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86 apartments for rent near Rialto, CA

2570 N Orange Avenue
Rialto
4 Bed
$2,200
866 N Eucalyptus Avenue
Rialto
3 Bed
$1,950
112 W Victoria St
Rialto
3 Bed
$1,395
Results within 1 miles of Rialto, CA
5789 Rina Court
Sierra Lakes
4 Bed
$2,400
7539 Laurel Ave
Fontana
4 Bed
$1,699
1640 Edmon Way
Northside
3 Bed
$2,200
18131 Laguna Pl
Fontana
Studio
$2,580
17838 Valencia Ave
Fontana
4 Bed
$1,895
Yellow Dock Way
San Bernardino
4 Bed
$2,600
Results within 5 miles of Rialto, CA
Castlepark Resort
2065 W College Ave
1 Bed
$1,195
2 Bed
$1,280
Alvista Terrace
1699 E Washington St
1 Bed
$1,174
2 Bed
$1,353
Las Brisas
2001 N Rancho Ave
Studio
$810
1 Bed
$938
Alvista Canyon
600 Central Ave
1 Bed
$1,362
2 Bed
$1,688
3 Bed
$1,912
Barrington Place
7950 Etiwanda Ave
1 Bed
$1,538
2 Bed
$1,800
3 Bed
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Windemere at Sycamore Highlands
5925 Sycamore Canyon Blvd
1 Bed
$1,391
2 Bed
$1,756
The Hills At Quail Run
5059 Quail Run Rd
1 Bed
$1,430
2 Bed
$1,670
3 Bed
$2,055
Camino Real
7951 Etiwanda Ave
1 Bed
$1,507
2 Bed
$1,702
3 Bed
$2,350
Artessa Luxury Apartments
7600 Ambergate Pl
1 Bed
$1,187
2 Bed
$1,304
22034 De Berry Street
Grand Terrace
3 Bed
$1,600
6076 Academy Ave
Canyon Crest
3 Bed
$1,925
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City Guide
Rialto
Renting in Rialto

Prepping for the Move The good news about renting an apartment in Rialto is the availability of rental properties which stands at 7%, in comparison to other cities, like Tracy, with a paltry 2% vacancy level. This removes some of the pressure from competing with other people also in the market for rental properties in Rialto. However, you still have to strategize to get the really coveted apartments with the best amenities. The first thing is for you to make a list of the qualities you want in an apartment. Usually, you create the list according to a scale of preference, with the most vital qualities at the very top. An apartment that fulfills, at least, the top three to five (depending on the length of your list) is good to go. Knowing the qualities that matter the most will help you quickly narrow down what you want. If you are using the services of an estate agent, it will also give him or her something concrete to work with.

Commuting The length of commute is something you should consider, even if you have a car. Spending hours in traffic daily on your way to and from work might not appeal to you. When you find an apartment, check the proximity of the place to major places you have to go to, or its proximity to the nearest public transit points.

Hoofing it Even though some landlords or property managers list available rental property online, there are many who don’t. Drive around the areas you are interested in finding an apartment, and you might find a “for rent” sign for that little nugget prime piece of real estate you would never have discovered otherwise.

Working with a Budget Set a reasonable budget for what you can comfortably afford. Rental housing prices differ according to so many parameters, including the available amenities, and other perks.

Credit Check Most landlords will ask you to submit to a credit check, in addition to a background check, to ensure that you have the right qualities they want. Or have co-signees, depending on the apartment policy.

Where to Live in Rialto

A little research into the attributes of the different neighborhoods will help you find a good place. Let’s take a look at some of the neighborhoods.

Bloomington: This is a cheaper part of town for California. This little spot here is almost at the top of the list of cheapest places to live in California. The apartment vacancy rate in this neighborhood is quite high in comparison to the other neighborhoods.

Verdemont / Devore: A more expensive part of town. Compared to other neighborhoods, the commute in this area is quite tolerable.

N Eucalyptus Ave / Base Line St: With properties that date back to the 1940s, this is a well-established neighborhood One good thing about this area is that the commute is quite mercifully short in comparison to other neighborhoods

Life in Rialto

Most people get around with their own car, while others use public transportation. Large availability of public parks, amusement parks, art centers, and other fun places. There's also bike paths, trails, and fitness clubs. Whatever it is you're looking for, you're likely to find a part of Rialto that feels like home.