Discover Rent Prices at Portland, OR

I wrote here before about the Top 3 Fun hangout Spots in Portland, the largest city in Oregon. Portland is home to some of the best entertainment venues and hangout spots in the entire country. So if you are thinking of getting a taste of the weekend fun and spend time in an amazing atmosphere of the place has to offer, you should check it out to know what locations you should look to.

The city straddles the Willamette River and is considered by many as one of the most advantageous places to live in the United States. If you are curious about the housing units for rent in Portland, you can use Zumper to easily search rates for houses, rooms, condos, or apartments.

Whatever draws you to visiting or moving to Portland, it is best to make a well-informed decision in facing the real estate market. Over the past month, the average rent for a studio apartment in Portland increased by 4% to $1,200. The average rent for a 1-bedroom apartment remained flat, and the average rent for a 2-bedroom apartment increased by 5% to $1,793.

As per Zumper, the average rent for a 1-bedroom  apartment is currently $1,400. Compared to last year, the average rent price has remained flat.

You can instantly search with the help of filter by location, price range, bedroom count, pet-friendly, or amenity. And can easily submit digital rental applications and credit reports with its screening service, powered by TransUnion™. The rental data for Portland, OR is updated weekly. You can set an alert to get notifications so you’ll always see new rentals on Zumper first.

Here’s the Top Important Things to consider when renting an apartment to fit your budget and lifestyle:

1. Price

Get the typical rental rates on the neighborhood to know the market.

2. Quality

You can click ‘request tour’ and enter your availability details to set-up your tour schedule to learn more. Some offers convenient live online video tours. Ask about healthy and safety issues like bug problems, rodents, leaky faucets, molds, rust, or any issues that the landlord needs to be fixed. Better to be clear on this one

3. Neighborhood

Assess the general age and demographics of the community and its safety.

4. Pet policy

This is very important if you have a pet or planning to get one.

5. Utility costs

This should be clearly lay out to know what’s to cover on top of the rent.

6. Amenities

Choose the amenities that would fit your lifestyle.

The most affordable neighborhoods in Portland are Wilkes where the average rent can go for $868 a month, Centennial for an average of $895 a month, and Mill Park for an average of $925 a month.

By carefully comparing the prices and what it offers, you can make good judgement in getting a lease agreement.


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