The New Jersey Transit bus lines cater to multiple stops within the city and are relied upon for regular commutes to and from work or other destinations. This is not the kind of town where you absolutely need to have your own car or even carpool; all you need is a bus schedule and a little practice and you can get yourself anywhere you desire - all for the low cost of a monthly bus pass. Rumor has it that the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail is going to be extended into the Englewood area, so an already great public transportation system is only going to be improved in the coming years.
Englewood is a popular place and the landlords know it, so although there are plenty of apartments for rent in this city they aren't on the cheap end of the spectrum. That said, they ARE spacious, pretty and well-kept, and the utility costs in Englewood are far below the national average. You can find a studio apartment for around $1000 here, although for high-end studio living the price is more like $1600. 1 and 2 bedroom apartments are usually listed at $1400 to $2000 a month in rent.