Mumbai Apartments for Rent
Flats & Apartments on Rent in Mumbai
Located centrally on the west coast of India, Mumbai is the most populous and the wealthiest city of India. It is the main commercial and financial centre of India, meaning plenty of employment opportunities are available for Indian residents and international expats alike. Many expats move to Mumbai after being relocated internationally by the firm they work for back home, while others just want to experience the different culture of India and chase the opportunities available in this city.
Flats in Mumbai are available at pretty affordable prices, even in the city centre. A central one-bedroom apartment costs 38,500 Indian rupees on average, which is less than €500. In less central areas, this average figure drops to around €250 per month. The rental prices even make relocating with your family affordable, especially if you don’t want to live in the busy city centre. A three-bedroom apartment outside of the city centre would cost around €550, less than half the price of one at the heart of Mumbai.
When you’re looking for apartments for rent in Mumbai, some of the most popular areas for expats are Hiranandani, Juhu, Colaba, and Malabar Hill. However, these are not the most affordable places in the city, and some are home to local Bollywood stars. Many expats can afford to live in these areas because they have moved to the city for a high-paying job. More affordable areas include Lokhandwala, Khar, and Worli.
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Service Apartments in Mumbai
Service, Furnished & Hotel Apartments for Rent in Mumbai
Service apartments in Mumbai are especially popular among the high-flying businessmen and women working in the city, especially those based there temporarily. Because Mumbai is such a major economic hub, these apartments are in high demand in the city. These service apartments or hotel apartments in Mumbai afford you your own furnished apartment within a hotel-like complex. This means you get a lot of the services and amenities you would expect to find in a traditional hotel, like a maid-service, laundry services, meals provided, and room service. Or you can make the most of having your own apartment by cooking for yourself.
Service apartments in Mumbai are comfortably furnished, with some offering a real taste of luxury. For expats who don’t choose the convenience of a serviced apartment, there are still plenty of private furnished apartments for rent in Mumbai. Although you won’t have the services provided in a hotel apartment, this will still provide convenience because you don’t have the hassle of furnishing an apartment yourself. This is a necessity for expats who are only planning on living in Mumbai for a few months.
Rooms in Mumbai
Rooms on Rent in Mumbai
Are you looking for a more sociable way to rent and live in Mumbai? Expats moving to Mumbai on their own may prefer to share an apartment with a combination of locals and expats. Renting rooms in Mumbai gives you people you can easily reach out to, which might be a priority when moving to a new city alone. It is also a cheaper way to live, allowing those with lower budgets to live in the nicer areas of Mumbai.
A room on rent in Mumbai will vary greatly in price depending on the location. Cheap rooms in Mumbai may cost as little as 2,000 rupees, or less than €30, per month. But it’s important that you are comfortable with the area you’ll be living in as well as the quality of the room and apartment. Prices around 10,000-30,000 rupees are not uncommon for a room on rent in Mumbai.
Student Housing in Mumbai
The University of Mumbai is a large and well-renowned university that offers a variety of different degree subjects. The university has three campuses across the city of Mumbai, so where you live in the city will largely depending on what course you’ll be studying. So, there is a lot of student housing in Mumbai, with locations convenient for the different campuses and faculties. The cost of renting student accommodation in Mumbai is usually between €150-€200 per month.
Some popular locations for student housing in Mumbai are Chembur, Bandra, and Vile Parle. There are also a lot of student hostels around the city, often separated into male and female hostels.
|How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Mumbai?|
|According to Nestpick database, the average rental price in Mumbai for apartments are in between 876 INR and 313,006 INR.|
|How big is a Mumbai apartment?|
|Although sizes may vary depending on your selection of bedrooms, according to Nestpick database, apartments in Mumbai start from 12m² and could go up to 163m².|
|How to find apartments for rent in Mumbai?|
|Mumbai's population count might make things slightly difficult for new comers to find a place when they first move in. We suggest that you use Nestpick's smart tool to look for your new home, as well as if you are a student reach out to your school's counseling to find a rental in Mumbai.|
|Is rent cheap in Mumbai?|
|According to Nestpick database, the rent in Mumbai might vary between 876 INR and 313,006 INR. Compare to other big cities in India, rent in Mumbai is relatively reasonable.|
|Who can rent apartments in Mumbai?|
|Anyone is looking for accommodation can rent an apartment in Mumbai as long as they are +18 years old. You need to provide documents that are required for signing a lease agreement.|