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9 Apartments for rent in Porterville, CA

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Check out 9 verified apartments for rent in Porterville, CA with rents starting as low as $850. Some apartments for rent in Porterville might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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Income Restricted - Villa Robles
450 W Springville Dr
Porterville, CA
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$982
1187 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 30 at 12:01 PM
We are an Income Restricted Community. All applicants must income qualify. Welcome to Villa Robles Apartment Homes in Porterville, California. You will be very comfortable in your new home at our convenient location.
1 Unit Available
828 West Grand Ave
828 West Grand Avenue
Porterville, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,550
1715 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
Spacious 3 Bedroom home available in Porterville! - This lovely 3 bed, 2 bath home sits on just over 1700 square feet in a desirable neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
1430 Salisbury Street
1430 North Salisbury Street
Porterville, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
1500 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
1430 Salisbury Street Available 10/16/20 1430 Salisbury Street - Porterville - This Home Has Carpet And Tile Flooring. Central Air And Heating. Blinds And Ceiling Fans Throughout. Landscaped Front And Backyard. Fenced Backyard.
1 Unit Available
464 N Fourth Street
464 North 4th Street
Porterville, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1366 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:04 AM
Amazing brand new construction 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in Porterville.
1 Unit Available
572 North 4th Street
572 N 4th St
Porterville, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,225
1366 sqft
Last updated June 8 at 05:42 PM
Large Newer home! 3/2 with 2 car garage., Close to the walking trail; this home has granite counters, microwave, laundry hookups, AC, walk in closet, and more! This property allows self guided viewing without an appointment. Contact for details.
1 Unit Available
1996 North Main Street
1996 North Main Street
Porterville, CA
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
2450 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Incredible House with City Views - This 3 bedroom 2 bath vintage home is over 2450 sq ft plus full basement. Features new windows, a/c, forced air heat, hardwood floors.
1 Unit Available
2048 Hillcrest
2048 S Hillcrest St
Porterville, CA
2 Bedrooms
$875
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Cozy Country Home - 2 bedroom, 1 bath home. Office, updated bathroom, fenced yard, inside laundry, and alarm included. Outside dog with approval only double deposit and renters insurance (RLNE5506898)
Results within 1 mile of Porterville
1 Unit Available
1861 W Roby Ave
1861 West Roby Avenue
Tulare County, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
1001 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
1861 W Roby Ave Available 05/01/20 Brand New Home - Highly desired SW neighborhood located within walking distance to Port Naz Church, 2 Bedroom 2 bath open floor plan, modern farmhouse styling, granite countertops and upgraded stainless steel
Results within 10 miles of Porterville
1 Unit Available
16431 Cattle Dr
16431 Cattle Drive
Tulare County, CA
4 Bedrooms
$1,850
2028 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 09:48 AM
Refurbished Through-out - This home has new bathrooms, new kitchen, new paint, new floors, new appliances Plenty of room in and out sitting on over 1 acre in highly desired area 4 bedrooms 3 bathrooms Office, living and family room Includes
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Apartment Rentals in Porterville start at $850/month.
How much is rent in Porterville?
Apartment Rentals in Porterville start at $850/month.
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Median Rent in Porterville

Last updated Sep. 2020
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Porterville is $711, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,011.
Studio
$743
1 Bed
$711
2 Beds
$1,011
3+ Beds
$1,319

City Guide

Porterville
Porterville, CA

Apartment hunting in the San Joaquin Valley, are you? Looking for the kind of place that offers breathtaking views? A place where palm trees meet mountains and dairy farms and ranches share the same zip code with antique stores and museums? Well, curious Internet apartment hunter, look no further than Porterville, California.

Located in Central California and snuggling up close to the Sierra Nevada, Porterville is a small, but well populated, conservative town that goes by the simple motto that living here is all about “the good life.” With some of the freshest agriculture, some of the cheapest rent in the state and a local charm all its own, it seems safe to say that Porterville residents are indeed living up to this standard.

Residents flock to this city with a small town feel for its four-season weather, outdoor recreational activities (ten parks), location (close to lakes, mountains, ocean) and relatively cheap apartments. Though Porterville isn’t small in size (the city has a ton of rural space), most of the coveted living space is urban. The Porterville population is not especially different from the typical blend of city-folks, meaning you’ll be occupying the place with families, young professionals, a few college students and retirees. No matter what walk of life you hall from, you’re bound to fit in with this friendly group.

But just where do these outdoor-loving folks and their happy families rest their head at night, you ask? While the city is still developing and restoring, it’s the west side of town and the area close to the city center that gets the most rental love. That said, East Porterville is coming into its own, and is worth a look if you feel the need to stand out from the crowd. In terms of rent, there is no vast difference between renting a 2 BR ($790) in the west end and renting a 2 BR ($760) a bit closer to downtown. Overall, the median rent for a one bedroom in Porterville is about $695—an average much lower than other parts of the Golden State. With rents like these, it’s no wonder Porterville peeps rent (about 45% of the population). Don’t let that number scare you, though, as there are plenty of apartments to go around, and even a few fancy retirement communities in town for those in their golden years.

Aside from the cheap rents, apartment living here is filled with perks. Complexes throughout town feature saunas, swimming pools, parking, concierge service and so on. Most are pet-friendly, too, so you’ll have no trouble moving in with your lap dog, guard dog or finicky feline. Porterville rental communities also know their audience. With a median age of 29, the city is relatively young and active, full of hard workers and those looking to get more bang for their buck. For this reason, the city is filled with fabulous apartment specials (waived fees, free month’s rent, cable included, etc.), short term/corporate leases and the ability to pay rent online, for those always on the go.

In every way, Porterville, California is offering up the good life, and how could you say no? Take a look at the listings in our database and grab yourself a great Porterville apartment. Happy hunting!

Porterville, CA
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Apartment hunting in the San Joaquin Valley, are you? Looking for the kind of place that offers breathtaking views? A place where palm trees meet mountains and dairy farms and ranches share the same zip code with antique stores and museums? Well, curious Internet apartment hunter, look no further than Porterville, California.

Located in Central California and snuggling up close to the Sierra Nevada, Porterville is a small, but well populated, conservative town that goes by the simple motto that living here is all about “the good life.” With some of the freshest agriculture, some of the cheapest rent in the state and a local charm all its own, it seems safe to say that Porterville residents are indeed living up to this standard.

Residents flock to this city with a small town feel for its four-season weather, outdoor recreational activities (ten parks), location (close to lakes, mountains, ocean) and relatively cheap apartments. Though Porterville isn’t small in size (the city has a ton of rural space), most of the coveted living space is urban. The Porterville population is not especially different from the typical blend of city-folks, meaning you’ll be occupying the place with families, young professionals, a few college students and retirees. No matter what walk of life you hall from, you’re bound to fit in with this friendly group.

But just where do these outdoor-loving folks and their happy families rest their head at night, you ask? While the city is still developing and restoring, it’s the west side of town and the area close to the city center that gets the most rental love. That said, East Porterville is coming into its own, and is worth a look if you feel the need to stand out from the crowd. In terms of rent, there is no vast difference between renting a 2 BR ($790) in the west end and renting a 2 BR ($760) a bit closer to downtown. Overall, the median rent for a one bedroom in Porterville is about $695—an average much lower than other parts of the Golden State. With rents like these, it’s no wonder Porterville peeps rent (about 45% of the population). Don’t let that number scare you, though, as there are plenty of apartments to go around, and even a few fancy retirement communities in town for those in their golden years.

Aside from the cheap rents, apartment living here is filled with perks. Complexes throughout town feature saunas, swimming pools, parking, concierge service and so on. Most are pet-friendly, too, so you’ll have no trouble moving in with your lap dog, guard dog or finicky feline. Porterville rental communities also know their audience. With a median age of 29, the city is relatively young and active, full of hard workers and those looking to get more bang for their buck. For this reason, the city is filled with fabulous apartment specials (waived fees, free month’s rent, cable included, etc.), short term/corporate leases and the ability to pay rent online, for those always on the go.

In every way, Porterville, California is offering up the good life, and how could you say no? Take a look at the listings in our database and grab yourself a great Porterville apartment. Happy hunting!

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Porterville
Porterville, CA

Apartment hunting in the San Joaquin Valley, are you? Looking for the kind of place that offers breathtaking views? A place where palm trees meet mountains and dairy farms and ranches share the same zip code with antique stores and museums? Well, curious Internet apartment hunter, look no further than Porterville, California.

Located in Central California and snuggling up close to the Sierra Nevada, Porterville is a small, but well populated, conservative town that goes by the simple motto that living here is all about “the good life.” With some of the freshest agriculture, some of the cheapest rent in the state and a local charm all its own, it seems safe to say that Porterville residents are indeed living up to this standard.

Residents flock to this city with a small town feel for its four-season weather, outdoor recreational activities (ten parks), location (close to lakes, mountains, ocean) and relatively cheap apartments. Though Porterville isn’t small in size (the city has a ton of rural space), most of the coveted living space is urban. The Porterville population is not especially different from the typical blend of city-folks, meaning you’ll be occupying the place with families, young professionals, a few college students and retirees. No matter what walk of life you hall from, you’re bound to fit in with this friendly group.

But just where do these outdoor-loving folks and their happy families rest their head at night, you ask? While the city is still developing and restoring, it’s the west side of town and the area close to the city center that gets the most rental love. That said, East Porterville is coming into its own, and is worth a look if you feel the need to stand out from the crowd. In terms of rent, there is no vast difference between renting a 2 BR ($790) in the west end and renting a 2 BR ($760) a bit closer to downtown. Overall, the median rent for a one bedroom in Porterville is about $695—an average much lower than other parts of the Golden State. With rents like these, it’s no wonder Porterville peeps rent (about 45% of the population). Don’t let that number scare you, though, as there are plenty of apartments to go around, and even a few fancy retirement communities in town for those in their golden years.

Aside from the cheap rents, apartment living here is filled with perks. Complexes throughout town feature saunas, swimming pools, parking, concierge service and so on. Most are pet-friendly, too, so you’ll have no trouble moving in with your lap dog, guard dog or finicky feline. Porterville rental communities also know their audience. With a median age of 29, the city is relatively young and active, full of hard workers and those looking to get more bang for their buck. For this reason, the city is filled with fabulous apartment specials (waived fees, free month’s rent, cable included, etc.), short term/corporate leases and the ability to pay rent online, for those always on the go.

In every way, Porterville, California is offering up the good life, and how could you say no? Take a look at the listings in our database and grab yourself a great Porterville apartment. Happy hunting!

Porterville, CA
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Apartment hunting in the San Joaquin Valley, are you? Looking for the kind of place that offers breathtaking views? A place where palm trees meet mountains and dairy farms and ranches share the same zip code with antique stores and museums? Well, curious Internet apartment hunter, look no further than Porterville, California.

Located in Central California and snuggling up close to the Sierra Nevada, Porterville is a small, but well populated, conservative town that goes by the simple motto that living here is all about “the good life.” With some of the freshest agriculture, some of the cheapest rent in the state and a local charm all its own, it seems safe to say that Porterville residents are indeed living up to this standard.

Residents flock to this city with a small town feel for its four-season weather, outdoor recreational activities (ten parks), location (close to lakes, mountains, ocean) and relatively cheap apartments. Though Porterville isn’t small in size (the city has a ton of rural space), most of the coveted living space is urban. The Porterville population is not especially different from the typical blend of city-folks, meaning you’ll be occupying the place with families, young professionals, a few college students and retirees. No matter what walk of life you hall from, you’re bound to fit in with this friendly group.

But just where do these outdoor-loving folks and their happy families rest their head at night, you ask? While the city is still developing and restoring, it’s the west side of town and the area close to the city center that gets the most rental love. That said, East Porterville is coming into its own, and is worth a look if you feel the need to stand out from the crowd. In terms of rent, there is no vast difference between renting a 2 BR ($790) in the west end and renting a 2 BR ($760) a bit closer to downtown. Overall, the median rent for a one bedroom in Porterville is about $695—an average much lower than other parts of the Golden State. With rents like these, it’s no wonder Porterville peeps rent (about 45% of the population). Don’t let that number scare you, though, as there are plenty of apartments to go around, and even a few fancy retirement communities in town for those in their golden years.

Aside from the cheap rents, apartment living here is filled with perks. Complexes throughout town feature saunas, swimming pools, parking, concierge service and so on. Most are pet-friendly, too, so you’ll have no trouble moving in with your lap dog, guard dog or finicky feline. Porterville rental communities also know their audience. With a median age of 29, the city is relatively young and active, full of hard workers and those looking to get more bang for their buck. For this reason, the city is filled with fabulous apartment specials (waived fees, free month’s rent, cable included, etc.), short term/corporate leases and the ability to pay rent online, for those always on the go.

In every way, Porterville, California is offering up the good life, and how could you say no? Take a look at the listings in our database and grab yourself a great Porterville apartment. Happy hunting!