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683 Apartments for rent in Englewood, Chicago, IL

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7010 South Morgan Street
Chicago, IL
Updated April 22 at 4:35am UTC
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6829 S. Aberdeen St.
Chicago, IL
Updated April 20 at 10:17am UTC
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7208 S Peoria St
Chicago, IL
Updated April 18 at 2:16am UTC
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1306 West 56th Street
Chicago, IL
Updated April 18 at 12:32am UTC
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444 West 61st Place
Chicago, IL
Updated April 18 at 12:25am UTC
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6040 South LAFLIN Street
Chicago, IL
Updated April 4 at 5:32pm UTC
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6828 South Loomis Boulevard
Chicago, IL
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6929 South Peoria Street
Chicago, IL
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7449 South Eggleston Avenue
Chicago, IL
Updated April 3 at 10:01pm UTC
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6444 South Stewart Avenue
Chicago, IL
Updated March 25 at 5:29pm UTC
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1306 West 56th Street
Chicago, IL
Updated March 22 at 11:53am UTC
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South Lafayette Avenue
Chicago, IL
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South Ada Street
Chicago, IL
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Englewood, Chicago
Tips for Moving to Englewood, Chicago, IL

Initial Expectations

The first thing to do after making the decision to search for a place to rent is to make a list of your expectations for your rental place. This list would include details like cost, neighborhood, amenities, proximity to work, and pet policies, for those who have pets. These are just some basic things to include on the list, since expectations are usually unique to different individuals. Having this list handy makes it easier to focus on what you want to look for, eliminating unnecessary distractions. And if you've ever tried to do any work while the entire internet awaits at your fingertips, you know just how much distractions can get in the way of progress!

Housing Varieties

Are you looking for a condo, studio apartment, furnished apartment, or other types of apartments for rent? Most neighborhoods tend to have specific rental housing options, such as row houses, town homes, high rises, and other places to rent that fit into the housing plan for that area. You will find a lot of 2 bedroom apartments for rent in Englewood, and they are very affordable, as well. Most of the rental properties here are in the form of high-rise apartments, smaller apartment buildings, studio apartments, and small homes.

Renting an Apartment

Most landlords and rental management companies will require you to provide proof of steady income as part of your application for an apartment. This may be in the form of payment stubs, or another specified form of proof. Self-employed renters may need to show evidence of consistent earnings, such as past tax returns. Your credit history is always an important factor when you are searching for an apartment, although the standard for apartment rentals in Englewood is not as high as those of the more expensive parts of Chicago. In occasional cases, some landlords might be content to accept tenants on a month-to-month basis. It all depends on the type of arrangement at each place. When all else fails, you can always look for a cosignatory to back you up on your application.

Pet Policies

Pet owners might want to call the leasing office of the rental property that they are interested in to find out if pets are allowed. Specific policies usually accompany spaces that allow pets, such as a safety deposit for each pet, a maximum number of pets, and the types of pets allowed. For instance, you might love your pet goat, but chances are very high that the leasing office will take a very dim view to having it on their property.

Living In Englewood, Chicago, IL

There is no getting around the fact that Englewood isn't the most sought-after neighborhood in Chicago, but it makes up for this particular shortcoming in the low process of rental property. The types of dwellings found here also make this area uniquely interesting. This is due to the prevalence of small apartment units standing close to each other. These units are often around corner stores, delis, pizza shops, and similar outfits, and this theme is repeated throughout most of the neighborhood. Some people find this endearing, while others just enjoy being able to get a pizza without going further than the end of the block. Another thing worthy of note is the high percentage of renters versus owners in Englewood. This is substantially higher than in other neighborhoods around the country, with most of the residents here renting rather than purchasing the property they occupy.


A high percentage of the residents in Englewood do not have their own vehicles, and so rely on public transportation for getting to their various destinations. The reason is more related to economics than to convenience, since it takes up to 45 minutes for most of the residents to get to work, making it a lengthy commute. The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and the Dan Ryan Expressway are the major forms of transportation for the residents of Englewood. You can take either the CTA's Green Line or Red Line to get to your destination. Some residents also save time and money by carpooling as an alternative these options.

Things to Do in Englewood, Chicago, IL

If you're looking for something to do, take a trip to 1022 1/2 W 63rd to visit Mana Gourmet Products. They offer a frozen beverage that's a cross between ice cream and custard, a favorite choice being their original Banana Mana. On the South Side of Englewood, Sikia offers contemporary cuisine, featuring food from Africa, Morocco, India, Jamaica, the Caribbean, and America. The decor is simple and elegant, and they also offer a live jazz band on weekends.

Sherwood Park offers residents amenities such as a fitness center, gymnasium, tennis court, and swimming pools. It's also the site for special events and programs throughout the year.

If these options seem to fit your lifestyle, then Englewood might be just the place for you. No matter the decision you make, we wish you all the best in your search for a suitable place to live.