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Apartments in Raleigh, NC

164 apartments and houses for rent in Raleigh, NC

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City Guide for Apartments in Raleigh

As the second largest city in North Carolina, the state capitol is a bustling metropolis attractive to homeowners and apartment searchers alike. Nicknamed the “City of Oaks” for its abundance of towering oak trees, Raleigh is a city teeming with history and culture. The early government planned the city to become the state capitol, and you’ll find evidence of this as you explore. The State Capitol Building itself is a National Historic Landmark, showing off original 19th-century architecture. The city is also home to the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, the largest natural history museum in the southeast.

Raleigh offers much more than historical landmarks and grand museums. Residents love the city for its vibrant food and craft beer scene. With more than 25 unique breweries in the area, there’s always something new to taste. For the active residents, Raleigh offers a variety of outdoor activities for people of all ages. From canoeing and kayaking to hiking and biking, there are many waterways and trails open for enjoyment, including the 33-mile Neuse river trail.

The city also values its education, with a variety of public and private elementary and secondary schools around the region. There are more than 10 higher education institutions in Raleigh, the most notable being North Carolina State University and Strayer University. Many graduates choose to stay in Raleigh as it’s such a popular city for young professionals as well. The best part? The commute time is an average of 24.9 minutes, which is less than the national average.

With so much to see and do, this city attracts people of all ages, especially those looking for the perfect apartment in Raleigh. There are apartments for rent all over the city, from the cheap studio apartments nearby universities to luxury complexes downtown. The northernmost neighborhood, Brier Creek, offers just about everything in housing options and is close to the Research Triangle, the region named for its proximity to three major research institutions: Duke University, UNC Chapel Hill, and NC State. For more a city vibe, you’ll find apartments in the North Hills and Cameron Park neighborhoods offer just that. With an abundance of shopping and dining options and much to do in terms of entertainment, these neighborhoods are a favorite for young professionals.

There are so many apartments in Raleigh that you’re sure to find the perfect place. Finding a pet-friendly apartment complex is very easy as they’re scattered throughout the area. If you’re looking for an all bills paid option, most choices are in the southern part of the city, close to the business district. However, you will find a few Raleigh apartments featuring utilities included in most areas.

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Average Apartment Rental Prices Nearby

Studio $1,084
1 Bedroom $1,222
2 Bedroom $1,457
3 Bedroom $1,744

Average rent on Backpage and Craigslist Raleigh, North Carolina: $1,300

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