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Apartments for Rent in Seattle

Seattle is a gem of a major city that happens to be nestled in the northwestern corner of the United States, just south of Vancouver, Canada. The population of Seattle is made up of many people who have come to relocate to the city. Seattle is home to some of the most breathtaking natural beauty and amazing scenery. Surrounded on two sides by both mountains and water, the city enjoys a close proximity to nature - this is one of the biggest draws for those who relocate to Seattle. Although it boasts higher wages than average in the US, it also happens to be one of the most expensive cities. The increasing presence of tech companies like Amazon, Microsoft and others, attracts many young and wealthy professionals, which results in higher rents around the city. When looking for an apartment to rent in Seattle, some of the more expensive areas include Belltown (located downtown) and Lower Queen Anne. Both areas have some of the highest rent, around $1,900 and up. Additionally West Seattle is an up-and-coming neighborhood that is well suited for families, with more moderate prices around $1,600 - $1,700 per month, although families typically live outside the center among highly regarded Seattle public schools. Cheap apartments in Seattle can be found around Columbia city and Rainier Valley, which go for closer to $1,200 per month.


Furnished & Serviced Apartments in Seattle

Furnished apartments in Seattle are a great alternative for those that live in another city or metro area, but find themselves spending longer periods of time here. Furnished apartments, also known as Serviced apartments, in Seattle, offer an upscale accommodation experience that often includes more amenities and services than those offered by typical apartments. For example, furnished apartments often come with a full kitchen with dining utensils, including a dishwasher, and sometimes even a washing machine and dryer. It’s the extra services like these that cause furnished apartments to be more expensive than their unfurnished counterpart, going for closer to $2,000 per month on the low end, and going higher than $2,800. Even though the prices in these accommodations can be quite high, guests typically don’t stay more than a couple months. Serviced apartments in Seattle can mostly be found directly downtown or close to the city center - there are not many located outside of the city.


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Located in the West Hill of Kent by Lake Fenwick

$798
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Delighful Northgate home with outdoor patio - Bedroom 2

$700
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Single Room in 1 bed house in Puyallup

$935
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Beautiful Denny Blaine home with deck - Bedroom 4

$873
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Delightful Madrona home with charming backyard - Bedroom 2

$1,200
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Furnished Bedroom w/ private bathroom utilities in

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$1,750
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HUGE Master Suite in one-of-a-kind lakeview house!

$900
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Room for rent in 2 bed 2 bath home

$2,400
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House 2 bedrooms in Shoreline

$3,370
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The Kennedy Building Plan B1C

$1,528
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Furnished Studio - Seattle - Northgate

$3,500
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Apartment 2 bedrooms in Queen Anne

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$3,263
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First Hill Studio 1 - CO

$1,702
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Zen Loft Tiny House (No shower)

$2,117
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1 Bedroom Seattle Condo near Capital

$3,979
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Apartment in 2nd Ave NW, Seattle

$2,402
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CAFE COTTAGE★Private, Cozy, LightFilled, 1 BR, UW

$2,365
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Classic Seattle Bungalow private rm

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Rooms for Rent in Seattle

In the city of Seattle, there is unfortunately a stark wealth divide between the city’s most and least wealthy inhabitants, and as the tech boom remains alive and well, the amount in rent that tenants pay is continuing to increase. Public transportation is also not well connected throughout the city, so it may be wise to live as close as possible to your daily commute destination. For those who find it necessary to continue to live within the city limits, there are other options available, such finding rooms for rent in Seattle. Considering that Seattle has a very young population, and that many that come to the city are young professionals and students, it may be a good idea to consider renting a single room in Seattle, or getting a group of friends together and sharing the costs of a proper apartment. Although many rentals in the city can turn out to be quite expensive, flat shares can be an affordable way to end up in the neighborhood of your choice without having to compromise.


$1,649
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Master Suite with in-suite bath

$1,574
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Lg-Rm, View, 20 min to downtown, avail. to rent

$935
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Beautiful Denny Blaine home with deck - Bedroom 4

$697
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Caminita room 5: Large room shares bathroom with room 6

$2,513
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Comfy 1bdr/private full bathroom 15min to Downtown

$1,257
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~Armimi BnB~

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Student Housing in Seattle

Much like anywhere else in Seattle, the rent prices for students can be sky-high depending on the neighborhood you choose. On the other hand, each neighborhood in Seattle has its own unique personality. Therefore, despite the high cost of rent, many looking for a student apartment in Seattle will forego the price and compromise for the neighborhood they find the most suitable. The University District, also known as “The U-District” encompasses the University of Washington. This is one of the more popular locations to find a student residence in Seattle, along with Wallingford. Both neighborhoods are on the cheaper side, keep in mind that this creates a high amount of competition in these areas. Because of this, many students opt to live in other areas of the city. Although these neighborhoods are more expensive, some students choose to live in areas like Fremont or Queen Anne, where the bohemian/hipster vibe is in full-effect.


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