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482 Apartments for rent in Lauderhill, FL

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30 Units Available
Windward Vista
4491 NW 19th St
Lauderhill, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,075
816 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1245 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,555
1900 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 07:38 PM
You want more than just an apartment. You deserve a luxury apartment situated in a wonderful community environment that offers beautiful and functional living arrangements.
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5 Units Available
Heron Landing
5350 NW 88th Ave
Lauderhill, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,557
1064 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 07:37 PM
Make Heron Landing located in Lauderhill, FL your choice for your new apartment home! Our luxurious apartments for rent in Lauderhill, FL encompass great amenities, a pet friendly community and a premium location which will be met by our helpful
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7 Units Available
Spectra Palms
1861 NW 46th Ave
Lauderhill, FL
Studio
$985
450 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,155
778 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1010 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 06:30 PM
Experience ideal living at Spectra Palms Apartments.
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9 Units Available
2500 Inverrary
2580 NW 56th Ave
Lauderhill, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,134
942 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
1219 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,740
1595 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 06:03 PM
Gated, smoke-free community with a fitness center, high-speed internet and a barbecue area. Carpeted homes that feature spacious walk-in closets and screened patios. Less than 20 minutes from Fort Lauderdale International Airport.
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9 Units Available
Inverrary 441
1196 NW 40th Ave
Lauderhill, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,154
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,402
1000 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 06:00 PM
Located just across the street from Broward Regional Center Park and close to dining and shopping. Tile kitchen and bath floors, oversized bedrooms, and screened balconies.
1 Unit Available
766 Northwest 35th Avenue
766 Northwest 35th Avenue
Lauderhill, FL
3 Bedrooms
$1,925
1703 sqft
5 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 09:52 PM
766 Northwest 35th Avenue, Lauderhill, FL 33311 - 3 BR 2 BA Single-Family Home. Listing uploaded and marketed by Yola Navam, Lr, (954) 314-2752. Available from: 10/08/2020. Pets: allowed.
1 Unit Available
8101 Northwest 44th Court
8101 Northwest 44th Court
Lauderhill, FL
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1354 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:44 PM
At Main Street Renewal, we provide our residents with an easy leasing experience starting with the flexibility to tour at any time (8am-8pm), applying for a home online, and our dedicated teams ready to assist with any needs.
1 Unit Available
2200 Northwest 42nd Avenue
2200 Northwest 42nd Avenue
Lauderhill, FL | Holiday Village
3 Bedrooms
$1,945
1440 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:44 PM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
1 Unit Available
4341 NW 16th Street
4341 Northwest 16th Street
Lauderhill, FL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,200
870 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
First floor, Lightly Unit in Corner (lots of windows), First Level, Wheel chair access, Window terrace with lock door, parking in front of your door, big size rooms, at least 1 people on the lease must be 55+, 650 credit +, total household $45,000.
1 Unit Available
6100 NW 44th Street
6100 Northwest 44th Street
Lauderhill, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1092 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
55+ COMMUNITY ONE TENANT MUST BE 55+ TO BE ELIGIBLE VERY NICE UNFURNISHED 2/2 WASHER/DRYER IN UNIT BRIGHT SPACIOUS ENCLOSED PATIO OVERLOOKING GOLF COURSE AND POOL AREA COMPLETELY UPDATED 2 YEARS AGO WITH TILE FLOORING THROUGHOUT AND OPEN FLOOR PLAN
1 Unit Available
5214 NW 25th Street
5214 Northwest 25th Street
Lauderhill, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
829 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
2 bedroom/1 bath, with living rm, dining rm. and remodeled kitchen. 2 parking spots. Water is provided by HOA, tenant is responsible for electricity.
1 Unit Available
4801 NW 22nd Court
4801 Northwest 22nd Court
Lauderhill, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,100
812 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
Beautiful totally renovated apt ,New kitchen , granit counter tops, new bathrooms
1 Unit Available
5604 NW 28th St
5604 NW 28th St
Lauderhill, FL
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
3650 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 5604 NW 28th St in Lauderhill. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
4299 NW 16th St
4299 Northwest 16th Street
Lauderhill, FL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,300
893 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
Beautiful 2 bed 2 bath corner unit with water view and updated interior. Per association at least one person must be 55+. Seasonal rental welcome!!! Screened patio overlooking the water for your morning coffee or just relaxing.
1 Unit Available
7372 NW 49th Pl
7372 Northwest 49th Place
Lauderhill, FL | Boulevard Woods North
5 Bedrooms
$3,600
2635 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
Large family oasis! Featuring 5 bedrooms, 5th bedroom can be used as a separate in law suite, 4.5 baths, plus office/media room. Large kitchen with plenty of cabinets and counter space. Many upgrades and updates not to be missed.
1 Unit Available
5310 NW 16th St
5310 Northwest 16th Street
Lauderhill, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,385
650 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
Convenient location, Huge 2 bedrooms 2 baths, Separate unit in a 3 family building, ceramic tiles thru out, Washer and dryer in unit, newer bathroom fixtures, great price.
1 Unit Available
6080 NW 44th St
6080 Northwest 44th Street
Lauderhill, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
1092 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
Move-in ready. Very nice secure gated 55+ community! Enjoy lovely southern views of the Golf Course from this top 4th floor condo. All tile flooring throughout this Large condo. Plenty of closet space too. Two walk-in closets in the master bedroom.
1 Unit Available
6201 N Falls Circle Dr
6201 Falls Circle Drive North
Lauderhill, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1390 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
Light and bright two bedroom, two bathroom condo in the gated community of The Falls at Inverrary. This unit features a spacious screened in balcony with amazing golf course views. Tile and laminate throughout, no carpet.
1 Unit Available
5335 NW 27th St
5335 Northwest 27th Street
Lauderhill, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
1020 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
BEAUTIFUL AND LARGE 2 BEDROOMS, 1. 5 BATHROOMS TOWNHOUSE READY FOR IMMEDIATE MOVE IN. THIS PROPERTY IS CLOSE TO EVERYTHING,MAJOR ROADWAYS,SCHOOLS, SHOPPING MALLS, CORNER STORES AND RESTAURANTS.
1 Unit Available
3485 Environ Blvd
3485 Environ Boulevard
Lauderhill, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1220 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
HUGE 1390 SQ FT 2 BEDROOM 2 BATHROOM CONDO WITH WASHER & DRYER IN UNIT! 3 LARGE WALK-IN CLOSETS AND BEAUTIFUL NEWLY RENOVATED KITCHEN. WELL MAINTAINED 55+ COMMUNITY WITH BEAUTIFUL WATER VIEWS, HEATED POOL AND BBQ AREA.
1 Unit Available
4141 NW 26th St
4141 Northwest 26th Street
Lauderhill, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
812 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
ALL AGES COMMUNITY!!! 2 BEDROOMS AND 1 BATHROOM IN EAST LAUDERHILL CLOSE TO ALL MAJORS HIGHWAYS MINUTES TO WALMART SUPER STORE, BURLINGTON ETC...TILE THROUGHOUT ENTIRE UNIT, FRESH PAINTED. PROPERTY IS READY TO MOVE.
1 Unit Available
4230 NW 21
4230 Northwest 21st Street
Lauderhill, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,350
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
Beautifully renovated no expenses have been spared. MUST SEE will not last. - $4,050 to move in First, Last and Security. - Proof of income: Letter from employer, 3 last paystubs and most recent bank statement. - No eviction on record.
1 Unit Available
5702 NW 21 St
5702 Northwest 21st Street
Lauderhill, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
940 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
Beautiful 3 bed 1.5 bath Completely Remodeled unit. Brand new kitchen, floors, stairs, bathrooms, A/C unit. Stainless Steel Appliances. Nicest Unit in the neighborhood. Fenced Patio, by the lake.
1 Unit Available
6061 N Falls Circle Dr
6061 Falls Circle Drive North
Lauderhill, FL
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1361 sqft
Last updated November 24 at 09:22 PM
Beautiful Remodeled spacious 3/2 condo. New floors, Stainless Steel appliances, New Bathrooms. Located in the beautiful community of Falls of Inverrary. The unit is freshly painted. Neighborhood is peaceful. Close to main roads and shopping centers.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Lauderhill. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Broward College, Keiser University-Ft Lauderdale, Miami Dade College, Nova Southeastern University, and Everglades University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Lauderhill. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Broward College, Keiser University-Ft Lauderdale, Miami Dade College, Nova Southeastern University, and Everglades University.

City Guide

Lauderhill
A city planned (well, copied) from the off-the-shelf architectural designs displayed in Moscow, Lauderhill is to Florida what Montauk is to New York. This is as great place thanks to Herbert Sadkin, the developer who was inspired by his success in Montauk.
A city planned (well, copied) from the off-the-shelf architectural designs displayed in Moscow, Lauderhill is to Florida what Montauk is to New York. This is as great place thanks to Herbert Sadkin, the developer who was inspired by his success in Montauk.

Lauderhill, Florida, is a medium-sized city in Broward county. Lauderhill is home to a population of 68,117 people living in 15 neighborhoods. There are more people of Jamaican and Haitian descent in Lauderhill than anywhere else in the US, and they have influenced the flavor of the city in many ways, from delicious cuisine to festive occasions. Lauderhill is also home to a number of universities and colleges, so a large proportion of residents are students.

Having trouble with Craigslist Lauderhill? Can't find that special apartment for rent on Apartment Finder or Zillow? Apartment List is here to help!

Finding an Apartment

To get an apartment easilyplease note the word "easily"you simply need to do an online search. This is the simplest way to tell where vacant houses are; in a matter of minutes, you can have information about every neighborhood, anywhere. Considering that gas is expensive, think of how much you'll save by not driving to every neighborhood.

How much will it cost?

Rental units range from moderately priced smaller units like studio apartments to large and expensive places that can fit a small basketball team. A very expensive house might mean living far away from the happening areas of Lauderhill, and that would result in a duller life.

When to rent

This city is filled with college kids, so the number of rental listings should increase at the end of the school year, while the rental market heats up again when the students return. Expect to scramble for houses and part with higher rents when the schools back in.

What you will need

In certain neighborhoods, most of the residential houses are taken up by students, so expect landlords to ask you what your area of study is. For regular folks with jobs, a good credit report will stand in well for university admission forms. Your employers and current landlords referral notes might also come in handy to closing the deal with your future landlord, especially if you want to beat out those students.

Finding an Apartment
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To get an apartment easilyplease note the word "easily"you simply need to do an online search. This is the simplest way to tell where vacant houses are; in a matter of minutes, you can have information about every neighborhood, anywhere. Considering that gas is expensive, think of how much you'll save by not driving to every neighborhood.

How much will it cost?

Rental units range from moderately priced smaller units like studio apartments to large and expensive places that can fit a small basketball team. A very expensive house might mean living far away from the happening areas of Lauderhill, and that would result in a duller life.

When to rent

This city is filled with college kids, so the number of rental listings should increase at the end of the school year, while the rental market heats up again when the students return. Expect to scramble for houses and part with higher rents when the schools back in.

What you will need

In certain neighborhoods, most of the residential houses are taken up by students, so expect landlords to ask you what your area of study is. For regular folks with jobs, a good credit report will stand in well for university admission forms. Your employers and current landlords referral notes might also come in handy to closing the deal with your future landlord, especially if you want to beat out those students.

Lauderhill Neighborhoods

There are many fantastic places to live in Lauderhill. The only hiccup is getting a place when you need it. Certain areas are a favorite among the college crowd, so here is a breakdown to ease your home search.

W Oakland Park Blvd:Average rental costs in this large community are on the high side, even though vacancies abound at a chart-topping 33.4 percent. If you intend to move here, expect to mingle with university students a lot and fight for housing during the beginning of semesters. But most of the time, expect empty houses as neighbors and a lot of Jamaican and Haitian eateries close by. $$$

Inverrary Blvd: If you fancy living in an estate of row houses or attached houses, you will most likely love this neighborhood. However, a vacancy rate of 2.9 percent and moderate rents means you will not be alone in your search. Commuting to work from here takes about half an hour. $$$

Inverrary Blvd Area:Average rental rates here are at a premium, but still, the vacancy rate is quite low at 6.5 percent. So what's pulling in the crowds? Well, this area happens to be college-student friendly. Housing here consists mainly of medium-to-small family homes and high-rise apartments. Landlords can get high rents by cramming lots of students into these small spaces--talk about economical. $$$$$

Broward Estates:This metropolitan neighborhoods rental prices are low to medium, but the housing is medium-to-large family houses and apartment buildings. Many returning World War II GIs took advantage of the GI Bill to start families here. Commuting time averages 30 minutes; enough for one to forget the weekend. $$

NW 12th St:This is an urban neighborhood with average rental costs at the lower end of the scale. This 'hood has a greater percentage of apartment complexes than almost every other community in the country. Uninhabited apartments account for 27.4 percent of total housing. Of daily commuters, 22.6 percent ride the bus and 66.2 percent drive their cars alone with the windows rolled up. But everyone reaches work in under 30 minutes. $

NW 19th St: This is a metropolitan neighborhood that has an average rental cost hovering between moderate and high. This area mostly consists of medium-to-small single-family homes and apartment complexes. The vacancy rate is only 9.8 percent; and for some strange reason, there are more single-mother families here than in 97.4 percent of the rest of the country. Expect your work commute to be about 30 minutes and driving alone seems to be the transportation method of choice--whatever happened to carpooling?$$$

NW 26th St: This is largely an urban neighborhood with moderate rents and a landlord-stressing vacancy rate of 16.6 percent. This area is made up of apartment complexes and high-rise apartments -- mostly one and two bedrooms. Commuting is still between 15 minutes and half an hour, and most people drive to work. It's a mystery why the vacancy rate is so high...$$

NW 44th St: This neighborhood has high rents, a high vacancy rate (26.4 percent), and the highest concentration of divorcees in the United States. This 'hood is mostly made up of small- and average-sized apartment complexes, with a few town homes to break the monotony. Be prepared to part with 15 to 30 minutes of your life every weekday traveling to work in the mornings and a similar amount of time getting back home. $$$$

NW 50th St:One of the more expensive areas of Lauderhill, this neighborhood has a vacancy rate of only 9.2 percent. Most houses are either medium-sized single-family homes or apartments in complexes. This locale is ideal for college students because its very walkable and safe. Expect less excitement when the students aren't around and an average 25-minute commute to work. $$$$

NW 55th Ave: This locale is mostly dominated by studio apartment buildings and single-family homes. Rentals are in the moderately high price range, and the vacancy rate is 21.8 percent. Average commute time for residents of this area is 15 minutes to half an hour, way better than the US average, so you can sleep in and not worry about being late for work. $$$

Lauderhill Neighborhoods
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There are many fantastic places to live in Lauderhill. The only hiccup is getting a place when you need it. Certain areas are a favorite among the college crowd, so here is a breakdown to ease your home search.

W Oakland Park Blvd:Average rental costs in this large community are on the high side, even though vacancies abound at a chart-topping 33.4 percent. If you intend to move here, expect to mingle with university students a lot and fight for housing during the beginning of semesters. But most of the time, expect empty houses as neighbors and a lot of Jamaican and Haitian eateries close by. $$$

Inverrary Blvd: If you fancy living in an estate of row houses or attached houses, you will most likely love this neighborhood. However, a vacancy rate of 2.9 percent and moderate rents means you will not be alone in your search. Commuting to work from here takes about half an hour. $$$

Inverrary Blvd Area:Average rental rates here are at a premium, but still, the vacancy rate is quite low at 6.5 percent. So what's pulling in the crowds? Well, this area happens to be college-student friendly. Housing here consists mainly of medium-to-small family homes and high-rise apartments. Landlords can get high rents by cramming lots of students into these small spaces--talk about economical. $$$$$

Broward Estates:This metropolitan neighborhoods rental prices are low to medium, but the housing is medium-to-large family houses and apartment buildings. Many returning World War II GIs took advantage of the GI Bill to start families here. Commuting time averages 30 minutes; enough for one to forget the weekend. $$

NW 12th St:This is an urban neighborhood with average rental costs at the lower end of the scale. This 'hood has a greater percentage of apartment complexes than almost every other community in the country. Uninhabited apartments account for 27.4 percent of total housing. Of daily commuters, 22.6 percent ride the bus and 66.2 percent drive their cars alone with the windows rolled up. But everyone reaches work in under 30 minutes. $

NW 19th St: This is a metropolitan neighborhood that has an average rental cost hovering between moderate and high. This area mostly consists of medium-to-small single-family homes and apartment complexes. The vacancy rate is only 9.8 percent; and for some strange reason, there are more single-mother families here than in 97.4 percent of the rest of the country. Expect your work commute to be about 30 minutes and driving alone seems to be the transportation method of choice--whatever happened to carpooling?$$$

NW 26th St: This is largely an urban neighborhood with moderate rents and a landlord-stressing vacancy rate of 16.6 percent. This area is made up of apartment complexes and high-rise apartments -- mostly one and two bedrooms. Commuting is still between 15 minutes and half an hour, and most people drive to work. It's a mystery why the vacancy rate is so high...$$

NW 44th St: This neighborhood has high rents, a high vacancy rate (26.4 percent), and the highest concentration of divorcees in the United States. This 'hood is mostly made up of small- and average-sized apartment complexes, with a few town homes to break the monotony. Be prepared to part with 15 to 30 minutes of your life every weekday traveling to work in the mornings and a similar amount of time getting back home. $$$$

NW 50th St:One of the more expensive areas of Lauderhill, this neighborhood has a vacancy rate of only 9.2 percent. Most houses are either medium-sized single-family homes or apartments in complexes. This locale is ideal for college students because its very walkable and safe. Expect less excitement when the students aren't around and an average 25-minute commute to work. $$$$

NW 55th Ave: This locale is mostly dominated by studio apartment buildings and single-family homes. Rentals are in the moderately high price range, and the vacancy rate is 21.8 percent. Average commute time for residents of this area is 15 minutes to half an hour, way better than the US average, so you can sleep in and not worry about being late for work. $$$

Life in Lauderhill

The bus service in Lauderhill is decent, and a big portion of the population uses it for their day-to-day commute. Parents with school-aged children have great choices for their education; Lauderhill has 18 public schools. There are many universities and colleges in the area, so expect to see some of the typical college shenanigans in public places and, sometimes, private ones.

Life in Lauderhill
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The bus service in Lauderhill is decent, and a big portion of the population uses it for their day-to-day commute. Parents with school-aged children have great choices for their education; Lauderhill has 18 public schools. There are many universities and colleges in the area, so expect to see some of the typical college shenanigans in public places and, sometimes, private ones.

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City Guide

Lauderhill
A city planned (well, copied) from the off-the-shelf architectural designs displayed in Moscow, Lauderhill is to Florida what Montauk is to New York. This is as great place thanks to Herbert Sadkin, the developer who was inspired by his success in Montauk.
A city planned (well, copied) from the off-the-shelf architectural designs displayed in Moscow, Lauderhill is to Florida what Montauk is to New York. This is as great place thanks to Herbert Sadkin, the developer who was inspired by his success in Montauk.

Lauderhill, Florida, is a medium-sized city in Broward county. Lauderhill is home to a population of 68,117 people living in 15 neighborhoods. There are more people of Jamaican and Haitian descent in Lauderhill than anywhere else in the US, and they have influenced the flavor of the city in many ways, from delicious cuisine to festive occasions. Lauderhill is also home to a number of universities and colleges, so a large proportion of residents are students.

Having trouble with Craigslist Lauderhill? Can't find that special apartment for rent on Apartment Finder or Zillow? Apartment List is here to help!

Finding an Apartment

To get an apartment easilyplease note the word "easily"you simply need to do an online search. This is the simplest way to tell where vacant houses are; in a matter of minutes, you can have information about every neighborhood, anywhere. Considering that gas is expensive, think of how much you'll save by not driving to every neighborhood.

How much will it cost?

Rental units range from moderately priced smaller units like studio apartments to large and expensive places that can fit a small basketball team. A very expensive house might mean living far away from the happening areas of Lauderhill, and that would result in a duller life.

When to rent

This city is filled with college kids, so the number of rental listings should increase at the end of the school year, while the rental market heats up again when the students return. Expect to scramble for houses and part with higher rents when the schools back in.

What you will need

In certain neighborhoods, most of the residential houses are taken up by students, so expect landlords to ask you what your area of study is. For regular folks with jobs, a good credit report will stand in well for university admission forms. Your employers and current landlords referral notes might also come in handy to closing the deal with your future landlord, especially if you want to beat out those students.

Finding an Apartment
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To get an apartment easilyplease note the word "easily"you simply need to do an online search. This is the simplest way to tell where vacant houses are; in a matter of minutes, you can have information about every neighborhood, anywhere. Considering that gas is expensive, think of how much you'll save by not driving to every neighborhood.

How much will it cost?

Rental units range from moderately priced smaller units like studio apartments to large and expensive places that can fit a small basketball team. A very expensive house might mean living far away from the happening areas of Lauderhill, and that would result in a duller life.

When to rent

This city is filled with college kids, so the number of rental listings should increase at the end of the school year, while the rental market heats up again when the students return. Expect to scramble for houses and part with higher rents when the schools back in.

What you will need

In certain neighborhoods, most of the residential houses are taken up by students, so expect landlords to ask you what your area of study is. For regular folks with jobs, a good credit report will stand in well for university admission forms. Your employers and current landlords referral notes might also come in handy to closing the deal with your future landlord, especially if you want to beat out those students.

Lauderhill Neighborhoods

There are many fantastic places to live in Lauderhill. The only hiccup is getting a place when you need it. Certain areas are a favorite among the college crowd, so here is a breakdown to ease your home search.

W Oakland Park Blvd:Average rental costs in this large community are on the high side, even though vacancies abound at a chart-topping 33.4 percent. If you intend to move here, expect to mingle with university students a lot and fight for housing during the beginning of semesters. But most of the time, expect empty houses as neighbors and a lot of Jamaican and Haitian eateries close by. $$$

Inverrary Blvd: If you fancy living in an estate of row houses or attached houses, you will most likely love this neighborhood. However, a vacancy rate of 2.9 percent and moderate rents means you will not be alone in your search. Commuting to work from here takes about half an hour. $$$

Inverrary Blvd Area:Average rental rates here are at a premium, but still, the vacancy rate is quite low at 6.5 percent. So what's pulling in the crowds? Well, this area happens to be college-student friendly. Housing here consists mainly of medium-to-small family homes and high-rise apartments. Landlords can get high rents by cramming lots of students into these small spaces--talk about economical. $$$$$

Broward Estates:This metropolitan neighborhoods rental prices are low to medium, but the housing is medium-to-large family houses and apartment buildings. Many returning World War II GIs took advantage of the GI Bill to start families here. Commuting time averages 30 minutes; enough for one to forget the weekend. $$

NW 12th St:This is an urban neighborhood with average rental costs at the lower end of the scale. This 'hood has a greater percentage of apartment complexes than almost every other community in the country. Uninhabited apartments account for 27.4 percent of total housing. Of daily commuters, 22.6 percent ride the bus and 66.2 percent drive their cars alone with the windows rolled up. But everyone reaches work in under 30 minutes. $

NW 19th St: This is a metropolitan neighborhood that has an average rental cost hovering between moderate and high. This area mostly consists of medium-to-small single-family homes and apartment complexes. The vacancy rate is only 9.8 percent; and for some strange reason, there are more single-mother families here than in 97.4 percent of the rest of the country. Expect your work commute to be about 30 minutes and driving alone seems to be the transportation method of choice--whatever happened to carpooling?$$$

NW 26th St: This is largely an urban neighborhood with moderate rents and a landlord-stressing vacancy rate of 16.6 percent. This area is made up of apartment complexes and high-rise apartments -- mostly one and two bedrooms. Commuting is still between 15 minutes and half an hour, and most people drive to work. It's a mystery why the vacancy rate is so high...$$

NW 44th St: This neighborhood has high rents, a high vacancy rate (26.4 percent), and the highest concentration of divorcees in the United States. This 'hood is mostly made up of small- and average-sized apartment complexes, with a few town homes to break the monotony. Be prepared to part with 15 to 30 minutes of your life every weekday traveling to work in the mornings and a similar amount of time getting back home. $$$$

NW 50th St:One of the more expensive areas of Lauderhill, this neighborhood has a vacancy rate of only 9.2 percent. Most houses are either medium-sized single-family homes or apartments in complexes. This locale is ideal for college students because its very walkable and safe. Expect less excitement when the students aren't around and an average 25-minute commute to work. $$$$

NW 55th Ave: This locale is mostly dominated by studio apartment buildings and single-family homes. Rentals are in the moderately high price range, and the vacancy rate is 21.8 percent. Average commute time for residents of this area is 15 minutes to half an hour, way better than the US average, so you can sleep in and not worry about being late for work. $$$

Lauderhill Neighborhoods
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There are many fantastic places to live in Lauderhill. The only hiccup is getting a place when you need it. Certain areas are a favorite among the college crowd, so here is a breakdown to ease your home search.

W Oakland Park Blvd:Average rental costs in this large community are on the high side, even though vacancies abound at a chart-topping 33.4 percent. If you intend to move here, expect to mingle with university students a lot and fight for housing during the beginning of semesters. But most of the time, expect empty houses as neighbors and a lot of Jamaican and Haitian eateries close by. $$$

Inverrary Blvd: If you fancy living in an estate of row houses or attached houses, you will most likely love this neighborhood. However, a vacancy rate of 2.9 percent and moderate rents means you will not be alone in your search. Commuting to work from here takes about half an hour. $$$

Inverrary Blvd Area:Average rental rates here are at a premium, but still, the vacancy rate is quite low at 6.5 percent. So what's pulling in the crowds? Well, this area happens to be college-student friendly. Housing here consists mainly of medium-to-small family homes and high-rise apartments. Landlords can get high rents by cramming lots of students into these small spaces--talk about economical. $$$$$

Broward Estates:This metropolitan neighborhoods rental prices are low to medium, but the housing is medium-to-large family houses and apartment buildings. Many returning World War II GIs took advantage of the GI Bill to start families here. Commuting time averages 30 minutes; enough for one to forget the weekend. $$

NW 12th St:This is an urban neighborhood with average rental costs at the lower end of the scale. This 'hood has a greater percentage of apartment complexes than almost every other community in the country. Uninhabited apartments account for 27.4 percent of total housing. Of daily commuters, 22.6 percent ride the bus and 66.2 percent drive their cars alone with the windows rolled up. But everyone reaches work in under 30 minutes. $

NW 19th St: This is a metropolitan neighborhood that has an average rental cost hovering between moderate and high. This area mostly consists of medium-to-small single-family homes and apartment complexes. The vacancy rate is only 9.8 percent; and for some strange reason, there are more single-mother families here than in 97.4 percent of the rest of the country. Expect your work commute to be about 30 minutes and driving alone seems to be the transportation method of choice--whatever happened to carpooling?$$$

NW 26th St: This is largely an urban neighborhood with moderate rents and a landlord-stressing vacancy rate of 16.6 percent. This area is made up of apartment complexes and high-rise apartments -- mostly one and two bedrooms. Commuting is still between 15 minutes and half an hour, and most people drive to work. It's a mystery why the vacancy rate is so high...$$

NW 44th St: This neighborhood has high rents, a high vacancy rate (26.4 percent), and the highest concentration of divorcees in the United States. This 'hood is mostly made up of small- and average-sized apartment complexes, with a few town homes to break the monotony. Be prepared to part with 15 to 30 minutes of your life every weekday traveling to work in the mornings and a similar amount of time getting back home. $$$$

NW 50th St:One of the more expensive areas of Lauderhill, this neighborhood has a vacancy rate of only 9.2 percent. Most houses are either medium-sized single-family homes or apartments in complexes. This locale is ideal for college students because its very walkable and safe. Expect less excitement when the students aren't around and an average 25-minute commute to work. $$$$

NW 55th Ave: This locale is mostly dominated by studio apartment buildings and single-family homes. Rentals are in the moderately high price range, and the vacancy rate is 21.8 percent. Average commute time for residents of this area is 15 minutes to half an hour, way better than the US average, so you can sleep in and not worry about being late for work. $$$

Life in Lauderhill

The bus service in Lauderhill is decent, and a big portion of the population uses it for their day-to-day commute. Parents with school-aged children have great choices for their education; Lauderhill has 18 public schools. There are many universities and colleges in the area, so expect to see some of the typical college shenanigans in public places and, sometimes, private ones.

Life in Lauderhill
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The bus service in Lauderhill is decent, and a big portion of the population uses it for their day-to-day commute. Parents with school-aged children have great choices for their education; Lauderhill has 18 public schools. There are many universities and colleges in the area, so expect to see some of the typical college shenanigans in public places and, sometimes, private ones.