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51 Apartments for rent in University, FL

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Last updated August 23 at 3:24AM
Results within 1 miles of University, FL
4158 Forest Island Drive
Sanctuary
Orlando, FL
Updated August 21 at 11:39AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
4032 Montara Ct
Suncrest
Orlando, FL
Updated August 9 at 9:27AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
561 Carey Way
Orlando
Orlando, FL
Updated August 17 at 10:56AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,795
2721 Geoffrey Dr.
Orlando
Orlando, FL
Updated August 19 at 9:49AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,550
10638 CHERRY OAK CIRCLE
Suncrest
Orlando, FL
Updated August 22 at 7:48PM
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
2711 Cypress Head Trail
Aloma Woods
Oviedo, FL
Updated August 17 at 10:47AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,950
4213 Iveyglen Avenue
Stonemeade
Orlando, FL
Updated August 18 at 10:36AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,520
14378 STAMFORD CIRCLE
University Estates
Orlando, FL
Updated August 15 at 6:05AM
4 Bedrooms
$2,350
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Before You Start to House-Hunt

Subscribe to the Orlando Sentinel Get a partial subscription for Wednesdays and Sundays when the rental sections are updated. You can start your search for an apartment that way before you come here.

Not in Hurricane Alley This is one of the main reasons Disney chose the site. They’re not Dopey.

Consider a Vacation Rental With around 51 million visitors a year, Orlando has no shortage of holiday rentals. Staying in a short-term rental while you find your feet during this transitional period is a smart idea.

Wish Upon a Star All Florida residents get serious discounts for annual passes at Walt Disney World.

Location, Location, Location

East Orlando The district to hone in on is around Green Park. There is a good mix of rental housing in this part of town. A lot of homes are on sizeable blocks where the city sprawled out in the boom of the 1970s when the land was cheap.

Cambridge Circle: This neighborhood is great for access to the Greenway (417) and so close to the Waterford Lakes.

Hickory Cove: This place has lots of local shops and places to eat at. It's a conservation area, so you can score water views.

University Acres: A community close to tennis courts and a playground.

Palm Beach Gardens: This is a smart new development with championship golf and classy shops.

Lake Rouse: Live by the water's edge, and you’re only a short drive into town.

Thornton Park: If you really crave character, head closer into town. This area has residential lofts, old cottages from the 1800s with wraparound porches and oak-lined streets. Cool. Literally.

Downtown: If you can't bear to be far from the action and all that live music, head downtown for new condos, high-rises and plenty of free parking.

Get Organized

Make sure you are ready to move swiftly. Have your two most recent pay stubs or other proof of income ready, preferably downloaded as a JPEG or GIF, since many real estate management companies in Florida will accept these online. You will also have to have the money for payment upfront, the deposit and the first month’s rent. If you don’t have proof of income, be prepared to find a guarantor because you’ll need one.

Got Pets?

This is an animal-loving community. A large number of rental properties, studios for rent and rental housing allow cats and dogs, so you may not have to parted from Fluffy or Fido. You’ll also have to pay a little extra for the privilege of renting with a pet, which is usually a non-refundable fee of around $500.

Pools

Lots of places in this area have community pools or tubs. If you can find one that does, grab it. You'll love the chance to take a dip when the barometer is climbing.

More Reasons to Move to Orlando

Fun Days Out Ok, so we mentioned Disney World, but did we also mention Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Gatorland and Wet 'n Wild?

An Hour to the Beach Yes, that gorgeous coastline is so close, you can jump in the car and be barbecueing on the beach, even on a weeknight. With the amazing climate, this is an option all year-round.

Pedal power Downtown is really safe and friendly for cyclists, with lots of bike lanes available.

Arts and Sport Venues This area has tons of theaters, performing arts venues and galleries, and it's home to the NBA's Orlando Magic and the NFL Citrus Bowl.

Fireworks! Every day is the Fourth of July when you live in Orlando. Where else are you guaranteed fireworks every single night of the year?