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295 Apartments for rent in Kettering, MD

Last updated April 4 at 06:18am
1 Unit Available
11781 Duley Station Road, Croom, MD
2 Bedrooms
1032 sqft
Quaint Cape Code recently remodeled offers 3 levels, 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, & basement with newer appliances. Detached 1 car garage. Good credit a must, non-smokers & no pets. Rental is house and immediate grassed area around home.
Last updated July 4 at 10:30pm
1 Unit Available
Suitland-Silver Hill
3853 Saint Barnabas Road, Silver Hill, MD
2 Bedrooms
979 sqft
2Ba/1Ba condo on the top floor*$50 application fee per person 18 years and older*$50.000 qualifying income*credit on case by case basis*job stability/sufficient income a must*no pets*
Last updated July 4 at 10:30pm
1 Unit Available
Randle Heights
3216 28th Street Southeast, Washington, DC
3 Bedrooms
600 sqft
Lovely and quaint Three Bedroom, One Bathroom apartment in Randle Heights neighborhood. Home also provides large living and huge back yard great for entertaining.
Last updated March 5 at 10:07pm
1 Unit Available
9314 Fox Run Drive
9314 Fox Run Drive, Clinton, MD
4 Bedrooms
2610 sqft
Make this charming 4 bedroom 2 bathroom house your new home! This home features a bright and spacious kitchen and dining room perfect for entertaining! The inviting living room offers ample room to enjoy an evening in or take your night outside to
Last updated March 12 at 11:13pm
1 Unit Available
Woodridge - Fort Lincoln
3472 Summit Court Northeast, Washington, DC
2 Bedrooms
963 sqft
FORT LINCOLN RENTAL: This 2 BR (one-level) Townhome is LIGHT-FILLED, Rare Find -- FOR RENT in Fort Lincoln NE DC: This is a uniquely designed 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, spacious townhome.
Last updated March 9 at 09:52pm
1 Unit Available
4416 Ockford Lane, Bowie, MD
4 Bedrooms
1512 sqft
Lovely Cape Cod in sought after Overbrook Community. One car garage, spacious eat in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, separate laundry room, 2 bedrooms and full bath on the main level. Upper level with 2 additional bedrooms and a full bath.
Last updated July 5 at 02:15am
1 Unit Available
Calvert Hills Historic District
4705 Fordham Road
4705 Fordham Road, College Park, MD
3 Bedrooms
1502 sqft
Home available for rent in College Park, Maryland. 3-2 This home has been recently renovated and in excellent condition, move in ready! Includes upstairs Master Bedroom Suite with walk in closet and private bathroom.
Last updated July 5 at 02:16am
1 Unit Available
4607 Hunt Pl Ne
4607 Hunt Place Northeast, Washington, DC
4000 sqft
Land parcel for rent at 4607 Hunt Pl NE. Square 5150, Lot 0053. Almost 4,000 square feet of Land Area. Zone R-2. Can be rented for multiple different uses, so use your imagination! Use the automated scheduling link to view showing availability.
Last updated July 5 at 02:16am
1 Unit Available
5502 40th Avenue
5502 40th Avenue, Hyattsville, MD
3 Bedrooms
17 sqft
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 5502 40th Avenue in Hyattsville. View photos, descriptions and more!
Last updated October 28 at 02:07pm
1 Unit Available
Hillcrest - Fairfax Village
2143 Suitland Terrace SE 201
2143 Suitland Ter SE, Washington, DC
2 Bedrooms
637 sqft
Unit 201 Available 12/01/19 2BD Renovated Condo - Property Id: 103381 This newly renovated two bedroom condo is located just minutes away from Capitol Hill providing easy access to multiple metro stations with park and ride services.
Last updated December 10 at 09:59pm
1 Unit Available
5722 Courtney Drive, Anne Arundel County, MD
6 Bedrooms
5075 sqft
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 5722 COURTNEY DRIVE in Anne Arundel County. View photos, descriptions and more!
Last updated December 10 at 09:59pm
1 Unit Available
10519 Gentian Court, Rosaryville, MD
5 Bedrooms
3354 sqft
Gorgeous 5 bedrooms, with 4 full baths & 2 half. Large rooms, lots of light. Two story foyer, kitchen w/island, breakfast nook & hardwood floors. Family room has wood burning fireplace.
City GuideKettering
It's rare for one park to define the landscape and atmosphere of an entire town, but Watkins Regional Park encompasses a major portion of Kettering's 5.5 square miles. With everything from miniature golf and pony rides to a turtle pond and live reptile displays, this is the place to play in Kettering.

Technically a part of Upper Marlboro, Kettering, Maryland is merely 15 miles from Washington, D.C. While its natural beauty is reason enough to live here, this town in Prince George's County also has ample shopping, a thorough transit system, and a healthy real estate market. All these qualities have led to a population rise, and currently Kettering is home to 12,790 people. And there's room for you to stay! You should be saying hooray!

Moving to Kettering

In addition to the qualities mentioned above, other aspects of Kettering, like a pleasant pace of life and low crime rate, have made it one of the best spots in Prince George's County. While getting rental property here can be tough, preparation goes a long way. So stop watching_ "_House of Cards" and get to it.

Finding a Home Despite Low Vacancies

During certain times of the year, a search for a home may yield little to no results. Many folks have come to Kettering to enjoy the lifestyle here, but the area simply lacks the space to continue building housing. Don't get frustrated, as there four methods to employ that can successfully land you a place.

  1. Contact management companies and realtors several months in advance. Giving yourself one to three months, if feasible, is advised. Obviously, if personal obligations are limiting the amount of time you have to find a home in Kettering, this is impossible, but start making calls and sending emails now! Even if there are no vacancies, you can get put on a waiting list; with leases expiring, you are bound to see some open apartment or condo rentals in any given community.

  2. Don't be fixated on one kind of housing. Sure, you only wish to tour furnished apartments in Kettering, but such homes are highly popular here and thus you may have to compromise. Know that Kettering features a solid mix of houses, town homes, condos, and apartments for rent. Try searching only by the number of bedrooms you want, rather than narrowing your search to meet impossible demands.

  3. Come right before leases typically expire. Again, this may be impossible due to personal obligations, but if you can, come a month before the beginning or end of the school year. With a few schools in town and also Prince George's Community College nearby, you'll find that the market has the most listings from May through August as some tenants are moving out. Realtors and landlords are also busy during this time. Be a vulture, and take the leftovers!

  4. Show how reliable you are. Take your credit report, former landlord references, and checkbook with you to any tour. If you like a place in Kettering, notify the appropriate people that you are ready to move to the next step. Say you have all that info with you and can pay the first month's rent, deposit, and other fees right away. They will ask for that stuff anyway, but volunteering it shows you are serious and trustworthy. It will make you the most desirable tenant, rather than that other guy wearing a vote Christopher Walken for president t-shirt.

Should You Purchase?

If you are not one to plan ahead, renting is the answer, without a doubt. Renting is also the best choice if you are testing out the area or need flexibility. Be aware, though, that 90.6% of homes in Kettering are owner-occupied, which is much higher than the county or state's average. During your house or apartment search, you will undoubtedly encounter a far greater number of for-sale listings.

Kettering Neighborhoods

If you are lucky enough to be able to choose your neighborhood in Kettering, make sure it's a good one. While every neighborhood is pretty neat, transit options, scenery, activities, and ability to walk to places vary throughout town.

Watkins Park: This is the heart of Kettering. Watkins Regional Park is the main attraction. Using a car is recommended, but there are nearby bus lines.

Northampton Lake: This northwest neighborhood has lots of housing. With Kettering Crossing, several major retailers, restaurants, cafes, and a few parks, this is the most convenient and walkable residential area. There are several bus stops. The Blue and Orange Metrorail lines, which are just over one mile away, offer transit to D.C.

Whiteholm: On the east side, this residential area is mostly car-dependent, but like all areas of Kettering, there are bus lines reachable via foot. You can find houses as well as apartments and condos.

Getting around Kettering

While the choice mode of transit is a car, Kettering has ample bus lines and is close to the Metrorail. You aren't handcuffed without a car at all. Some areas of town are walkable. A bike is also becoming an increasingly popular choice; get your calves in shape!

Living in Kettering

Life in Kettering is life within the Washington, D.C. area. On many days, folks are shooting off towards D.C. to frolic on the U.S. Capitol's lawn, toast the Lincoln statue, and live out fantasies at the International Spy Museum. Kettering, though, is more than just some town near the nation's capital. You could spend days in Watkins Regional Park, whether you intended to or not; it's that big, and full of everything you could ever want in a park. Other green spaces, such as Whiteholm Park and Castleton Park, only add to Kettering's beauty. Eateries like Peter's Carryout and Homeboy Seafood ensure you never have to leave Kettering to whet your appetite. And if you ever want more, you know what awaits outside. For all these reasons, Kettering is quite the spot within Prince George's County.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How much is rent in Kettering?
Apartment rentals in Kettering start at $1,700/month.
What colleges and universities are located in or around Kettering?
Some of the colleges located in the Kettering area include Baltimore City Community College, University of Baltimore, Coppin State University, Howard Community College, and Johns Hopkins University. If you are looking for off-campus housing near your school, follow the links above to see apartment listings in the area.
What cities do people live in to commute to Kettering?
Some of the nearby cities that people commute to Kettering from include Washington, Baltimore, Arlington, Alexandria, and Columbia.

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