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While apartment hunting can be a pain, city hunting is even worse. Where to set down those roots? Ladies and Gentlemen, I present: Springdale, Arkansas, a city that bills itself as “The City With a Heart,” ‘cause it’s so full of friendly folks.
Those folks have good reason to be friendly, mind you, as Springdale weathered the recession pretty well. Its population grew and Springdalians (official term) make more money here than in most other parts of Arkansas. The credit for these small miracles may have something to do with the fact that Springdale is home to over 95 churches. Holy cow!
Actually, the experts say that at least part of the credit for both goes to Wal-Mart, whose headquarters is in now iconic Bentonville, a 25-minute drive north of Springdale. Tyson Foods is headquartered in Springdale itself. Both companies keep Springdale residents working, making money, paying rent, buying gardening equipment and Buffalo chicken nuggets like none other.
Not that rent costs an arm and a chicken leg here – it doesn’t. One of the things you’ll love about living in Springdale is that you’ll be able to save, or spend, more money. Rents start at a little over $300 a month and go up to $700 if you want to live on a golf course. Condos will run you up to $800. Springdale rentals have some pretty cool amenities, too, such as private soccer fields and free tanning facilities.
The application fees at most apartment complexes are $35 to $50 per person. Security deposits are inexpensive compared to larger cities. If you have a pet, plan on paying an additional deposit, which may or may not be refundable. Many complexes charge pet owners extra monthly rent as well. If you’re looking for a shorter-term arrangement, you’ll be happy to know that the 6-month lease is common in Springdale. See more
Finding condos for rent in Springdale is almost no different than renting an apartment in a big complex. The real difference is the ownership. Condos are owned by individuals within the same building. However, apartments in a large complex are owned by a single landlord or property management group.
Sometimes the price of condos in Springdale may prove cheaper. The owners are often moving onto a new home or leaving the city and just need someone to cover the costs. Apartment complexes are designed to deal with tenant issues, make repairs, and care for the property. Condo owners will still deal with repairs and upkeep but may need more time to address a problem, especially if they don’t live nearby. However, condo owners have a more vested interest in the property and keeping their tenants happy to reduce turnover.
Choose the best condos for rent in Springdale that meet your wishlist for budget, amenities, and layout. You probably won’t notice the difference between the condos and apartments you tour.