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85 apartments for rent near Cedar Falls, IA

2112 Merner Ave.
Cedar Falls
1 Bed
$675
2112 Merner Ave.
Cedar Falls
4 Bed
$375
5503 University
Cedar Falls
2 Bed
$800
1939 College Street
Cedar Falls
2 Bed
$919
1939 College Street
Cedar Falls
1 Bed
$719
604 Seerley Apt 9
Cedar Falls
3 Bed
$900
2112 Merner Ave.
Cedar Falls
1 Bed
$350
2306 Parrish
Cedar Falls
2 Bed
$775
3618 Dallas Drive
Cedar Falls
2 Bed
$900
2416 Olive St
Cedar Falls
1 Bed
$625
2416 Olive St
Cedar Falls
2 Bed
$875
2416 Olive St
Cedar Falls
3 Bed
$975
2416 Olive St
Cedar Falls
4 Bed
$1,600
2416 Olive St
Cedar Falls
1 Bed
$700
2623 Orchard Dr
Cedar Falls
2 Bed
$1,100
Melrose Ct
Cedar Falls
4 Bed
$1,000
2422 W 4th St
Cedar Falls
2 Bed
$675
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City Guide
Cedar Falls

When it comes to inexpensive apartments for rent, Cedar Falls rules. There is no shortage of affordable living in the area. Whether you’re searching for a studio, townhome, two-bedroom spot or even a furnished apartment for rent, Cedar Falls likely has a place for you. And they have it for inexpensive rents. How inexpensive? How about one-bedroom apartments ranging from $525 to $650 a month and two-bedroom apartments ranging between $650 and $800? Not too shabby, eh? If you’re in the market for a studio, communities like College Square Apartments offer basic studio apartments for rent for $585 per month.

One key piece of info we should clue you in on is that the university is the backbone of the city (many residents either work or study there) and for that reason the apartment scene in Cedar Falls tends to cater to UNI students. If you’re moving here for the college experience, keep in mind that leases on college apartment rentals typically run from May to May, so get a jump start early.

Though it may seem like UNI students run the show in Cedar Falls, there are a ton of non-student/basic apartment communities in town that offer affordable apartments in a great setting. Thunder Ridge, for example, features great resident perks like a fitness center, swimming pool, cable, a guest house AND furnished apartments for rent that are move-in ready with a flat screen TV!

For those who fancy themselves “city folk,” there are some lofts/apartments for rent above businesses in the downtown area known as Cedar Falls Community Main Street. The apartments are one of the hottest commodities in town and as soon as they open up they are rented out. The cost of rent also tends to fluctuate. Some one-bedroom lofts can cost about $1k/month while other apartments are far less expensive ($750 for three bedrooms). If you’re interested in living down here, shop around and haggle a bit.

If you’re moving to Cedar Falls with a pet or are interested in getting one, be sure to check with the rental office. Many college communities don’t allow pets of any kind while other apartment rentals throughout town welcome them with open arms, er, so long as you pay the $200 deposit, of course.

Now that you know what makes Cedar Falls tick, what are you waiting for? Click on the listings and find your new apartment today.