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HOUSTON RENTALS

Houston EaDo Realtor

Want a New Apartment?

Enjoy the convenience of apartment living with a ton of top-notch amenities like fitness centers, swimming pools, business centers, and more right outside your front door.  

 

From quaint garden-style communities to hi-rises, and newly-constructed mid-rise apartments... there are thousands of apartment communities all over the city and making a decision can be tough.  

 

When looking for an apartment there are a few things to consider:

  • How long of a commute are you open to?

  • What floor do you want to live on?

  • Is a great view important to you?

  • What are must-have amenities you value?

 

Once you've made your decision, most communities require a non-refundable application and administrative/holding fee at the time of application.  The community will generally review your credit, background, employment and rental history.

 

When you're approved, your security deposit and first months rent will be due at move in.

 

This varies depending on the community standards where you apply.

Request your personalized apartment search HERE.

Looking for a Rental Home?

Enjoy the comfort, space, and storage provided by a townhome or single-family home.  There are tons of homes for rent throughout the city and outlying suburbs.  You can rent a home from an individual, corporation, or property management company.  

 

Using a REALTOR® to assist you in your home search is beneficial because you have one point of contact.  You won't have to call tons of listing agents - we do that work for you!

 

When looking for an home, there are a few things to consider:

  • What style of home are you most interested in?

  • Do you value outdoor space

  • What are the must-have features you want?

 

When you're ready to make your decision, most landlords will expect you to pay a non-refundable application fee at the time of application. The landlord will generally review your credit, background, employment and rental history.

 

Once you're approved, you will normally pay your security deposit.  Some landlords require both first and last months rent at the time of move in, while others just expect your first month.  

 

This varies depending on the rental standards for the home you select.

Request your personalized rental home search HERE.