FT Worth Rentals
Fort Worth has come a long way from its days as an Army outpost to the vibrant, cultural city of today that embraces its strong Western heritage. Having one of the lowest unemployment rates in country – just 3% – combined with a rapidly increasing working-age population, the City of Cowboys and Culture is proud to be named one of America’s Fastest Growing Cities in 2015. It comes as no surprise that Forbes also ranks Fort Worth second in the 10 Top Cities for Job Seekers.
The surge in good jobs has led to a higher demand for rentals across the city, increasing the prices. On average, Fort Worth-area renters are paying $926/month for an apartment. That’s $240 less than the national average of $1, 166 as reported by Yardi Matrix. However, rental prices vary across town, according to apartment size, neighborhood, and overall amenities.
If you’re not willing to spend more than the city’s average on rent, rest easy – you can find plenty of wallet-friendly apartments in Fort Worth for around this amount – or even less! From lovely studios to spacious 2-bedroom units, here’s an inside look at what’s available right now in various neighborhoods around the city, all for under 0 a month:
Monticello Crossroads, West Fort Worth: from 7 / month for a 1-bed apartment, 698 sq. ft.
Located in the Cultural District, the one-bedroom apartments at Monticello Crossroads are within walking distance to excellent shopping and restaurants, The Fort Worth Zoo, and a host of unique museums – who wouldn’t want to see the Cowgirl Hall of Fame? Besides the dozens of nearby entertainment options, the apartments offer total comfort and style. Units feature wood-style flooring, granite countertops, and upgraded appliances. This gated, pet-friendly community also boasts a business center and coffee bar, 24-hour fitness center, and a pool that’s open year round.
Club at Fossil Creek Apartments, Far North Fort Worth: 1/month for a 2-bed apartment, 1, 201 sq. ft.
Those looking for a more scenic and spacious home setting will love the Club at Fossil Creek Apartments. Wood-burning fireplaces in select units, vaulted ceilings, and views of the surrounding Fossil Creek golf course make these 2-bedroom apartments both cozy and elegant. Active tenants will especially love the on-site volleyball court, two swimming pools, and scenic jogging paths. Located just north of Central Fort Worth, Fossil Creek is a quick trip away from historic downtown, and even closer to Alliance Shopping plaza, Costco, and anything else you might need.
Urban living set against a relaxing park-like backdrop – that’s what you’ll find (and love) about the 1-bedroom apartments at Southern Oaks. The apartments offer conveniences like large closets and plenty of extra storage, along with washer/dryer hookups, and a dishwasher. You can cuddle up by your fireplace or take a dip in the saltwater pool, browse the community library, or practice your backhand on the tennis court. The pet-friendly community is located steps away from Hulen Mall and lots of other entertainment and retail venues.
Mill Valley Apartments, East Fort Worth: $888 / month for a 2-bed apartment, 1, 020 sq. ft.
If you’re looking for more space, more style, more everything – you’ll love the Mill Valley Apartments in East Fort Worth. Accent walls and upgraded interiors, spacious floor plans and fenced-in private yards are just some of the many perks of these apartments. Do you have kids? Then you’ll surely appreciate all that extra space – indoors and outdoors – along with the pet-friendly policy, a bark park, and a brand new playground. The Resident Center features a billiards table. Outside you’ll find the community pool. The apartments are located just off of I-30, in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, making it a great choice for easy access to a number of nearby attractions and business centers.