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142 apartments for rent near Carpentersville, IL

10 Fir Street
Carpentersville
3 Bed
$1,325
2245 Flagstone Drive
Carpentersville
2 Bed
$1,300
2130 Orchard Ln
Carpentersville
3 Bed
$1,475
7023 Westwood Dr
Carpentersville
3 Bed
$1,785
141 Tay River Drive
Carpentersville
3 Bed
$1,600
103 ADOBE Circle
Carpentersville
5 Bed
$1,575
3002 Sunbury Lane
Carpentersville
5 Bed
$2,600
119 Granada Road
Carpentersville
4 Bed
$1,500
1115 Silverstone Drive
Carpentersville
2 Bed
$1,250
2425 Silverstone Drive
Carpentersville
2 Bed
$1,250
Results within 1 miles of Carpentersville, IL
Algonquin Square Apartments
2400 Millbrook Dr
1 Bed
$1,195
2 Bed
$1,492
2605 Pondview Drive
Algonquin
3 Bed
$1,650
1574 Millbrook Drive
Algonquin
2 Bed
$1,400
616 Bradford Lane
West Dundee
4 Bed
$2,050
2232 BARRETT Drive
Algonquin
3 Bed
$2,000
1203 Chadwick Lane
West Dundee
4 Bed
$3,500
1430 Yosemite Parkway
Algonquin
4 Bed
$2,100
312 Jackson Court
Gilberts
4 Bed
$2,250
830 Royal Lane
West Dundee
4 Bed
$1,700
2081 Waverly Lane
Algonquin
2 Bed
$1,350
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City Guide
Carpentersville
Moving to Carpentersville

Renting an apartment in Carpentersville is still a little on the expensive side compared to the Illinois median. Just to make things more challenging for you, the percentage of available rental properties is a mere 2%, meaning that vacant apartments are pretty limited. If you have a solid game plan, you should be able to find a good apartment in Carpentersville without too much of a headache. Simply follow the tips we will outline below.

Check Online Listings One of the first things you can do is look at the online listings for available rental properties in Carpentersville to familiarize yourself with the potential cost of apartments and the types of available apartments (e.g. two-bedroom, three-bedroom, etc.). You can also hire a real estate agent to help your scour the village for a suitable rental home. If you are able, you might also try visiting the area and looking around to see if there are any “for rent” signs for apartments that haven't been listed online. Who knows? You might score a sweet rental property this way.

Call Before Visiting If you find a place you are interested in, call the apartment manager or landlord to find out what you need and ask some questions about the place. For instance, you could ask about the condition of the apartment, the types of rules they have, the available amenities and other important questions.

Ask About Fido A lot of people have pets. Some people even have more than one. If you fall into this category, ask questions regarding the types of rules the management has regarding pets, if they even allow any to step paw on their property. In some instances, pet owners will have to put down a security deposit on their pets. Calling ahead to find out the policies will save you a lot of time spent running from one apartment to the next.

What About Parking? A car is a necessity, rather than a luxury, in Carpentersville. Even though the village provides public bus service, the wait time during non-rush hour is quite lengthy, and you could spend valuable hours just getting from point A to point B. If you do have one, make sure your apartment will have adequate parking space to accommodate your vehicle. One thing you should bear in mind is that the commute for most Carpentersvillagers is quite long, ranging from 30 to 40 minutes.

Requirements Most landlords will need a security deposit, a minimum of the first month’s rent, proof of employment or income and one or two references. You will also be asked to fill out a rental application form and agree to a credit check.

Where to Live in Carpentersville

Village Center: Like most villages, Carpentersville has a village center, which is the heart of the village and where you are most likely to find stores, a bank, bus stop, community center and worship center.

II/Randall Rd: This is one of the most affordable parts of Carpentersville. Due to the inexpensivehousing here in relation to other neighborhoods in Carpentersville, the available rental property is very, very low, more like 0.8%!

Sandbloom Rd/Bolz Rd: The medium rental property price for this part of Carpentersville is higher than some of the nearby ‘hoods, with a lot more vacancies for rental property than the II/Randall Rd area. $$$

Life in Carpentersville

Carpentersville is a thriving village, but it obviously has a slower pace than most cities and towns. Those looking for an active nightlife will be disappointed, but those looking for a serene place to relax will enjoy the village.