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111 apartments for rent in Shreveport, LA

The Residence at River Bend
1017 Quail Creek Rd
Studio
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1 Bed
$655
2 Bed
$750
1625 Centenary #123
Highland, Stoner Hill
1 Bed
$575
1420 W 58th St
Cedar Grove, Lynbrook
2 Bed
$400
111 Stratmore
Springlake, University Terrace
2 Bed
$1,100
2630 Emery
Queensborough
3 Bed
$700
430 Fuller St.
Cedar Grove, Lynbrook
3 Bed
$650
10312 Loma Vista Dr
Springlake, University Terrace
2 Bed
$900
741 C Robinson
Highland, Stoner Hill
1 Bed
$600
9803 Smitherman
Springlake, University Terrace
2 Bed
$975
2007 Corbitt
Caddo Heights, South Highlands
2 Bed
$550
117 Miriam
Ellerbe Woods
3 Bed
$975
1301 S Port-barksdale Hwy
Broadmoor, Anderson Island, Shreve Isle
Studio
$4,500
761 Dodd Drive
Freestate, North Highlands
3 Bed
$1,500
526 Rock Hollow
Springlake, University Terrace
3 Bed
$1,600
331 Robinson
Highland, Stoner Hill
3 Bed
$765
702 W. 74th
Cedar Grove, Lynbrook
2 Bed
$495
7032 Brandtway St
Sunset Arcre, Garden Valley, Morningside
3 Bed
$650
319 PROSPECT ST.
Highland, Stoner Hill
3 Bed
$600
1660 Ashton St.
Allendale, Lakeside
3 Bed
$595
4147 St. Vincent
Caddo Heights, South Highlands
3 Bed
$600
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City Guide
Shreveport
A Sneak Peek at Shreveport

What should you know about Shreveport before packing up shop and making the city your new maison? Funny you should ask, because we were just about to tell you anyway. Here are a few tidbits of info about Louisiana’s third-largest city that will make your apartment-hunting experience as smooth and delectable as an order of oysters-on-the-half-shell at Chicky's Boom Boom Room & Oyster House in downtown Shreveport:

  • The great “Great Outdoors”: There’s a reason peeps-in-the-know refer to northern Louisiana as “Sportsman’s Paradise:” The area offers a plethora of outdoors activities, and Shreveport is home to numerous lakes, golf courses, biking/hiking trails, and parks (including the amusement and Frisbee varieties). Bottom line: Shreveport’s residents won’t have a problem finding options for fun in the sun.

  • A Perpetual Jackpot: One of Shreveport’s most enticing charms is its affordability. The average rental unit costs less than $700, while quality units in popular areas like the Fairfield Historic District often pop up in the $550 range. The city’s cost of living index is 13 percentage points lower than the rest of America, which means you can save your money for more important things.

  • Riding in Style: For downtown dwellers, the SporTran public buses are a viable option for bumming around, but if you live anywhere else in Shreveport, you better have your own set of wheels. Is it possible to live outside the inner city without your own vehicle? Technically, yes, though we wouldn’t recommend it.

Finding your Home in Shreveport

Now that you have a taste of life in Cajun Country, it’s time to arm you with all the info you’ll need to track down your dream dwellings. Some things you should know about the leasing life in Shreveport:

  • Impossible to Categorize: Unlike many Southern cities, whose rental units have similar décors and offer comparable amenities, Shreveport’s residential properties vary from site to site. Because the city’s neighborhoods grew gradually over the past several decades rather than all sprouted up at once, almost every part of town offers a variety of leasing options. From modern, spacious apartments and lofts with all the bells and whistles to near-historic, freestanding houses, you’ll find something in Shreveport that fits your style, no matter how traditional or esoteric that style may be.

  • The Bayou Basics: As long as you’re equipped with proof of income and a decent renting history, you shouldn’t have a problem scoring an available unit at most complexes. Keep in mind, though, that you get what you pay for.

The Lay of the Land

Generally, the most economical digs in Shreveport are located on the west side, while the more pricey and modern units are centered down south. North Bossier, meanwhile, is a fast-growing ‘burb just across the Red River.

And now you’re all set to trek on down to the Bayou State and kick it with the Creoles. So welcome to Shreveport, and happy hunting!