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76 apartments for rent near Fairview, NJ

216 ANDERSON AVE
Fairview
Studio
$1,850
Results within 1 miles of Fairview, NJ
The River Club Apartments
105 Light House Ter
1 Bed
$2,369
2 Bed
$2,699
Avalon at Edgewater
100 River Rd
1 Bed
$2,790
2 Bed
$2,895
3 Bed
$3,060
Mariners Landing
312 Portside Dr
1 Bed
Ask
2 Bed
$3,007
3 Bed
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264 Old River Rd
Edgewater
1 Bed
$2,405
8125 RIVER RD
2 Bed
$4,900
435 79TH ST
1 Bed
$1,350
560 river rd 108
Edgewater
2 Bed
$3,500
8100 RIVER RD
3 Bed
$7,000
8100 RIVER RD
2 Bed
$3,850
8100 RIVER RD
1 Bed
$2,700
9017 BERGENWOOD AVE
1 Bed
$1,300
86 LYDIA DR
Guttenberg
2 Bed
$3,550
1 HUDSON PARK
Edgewater
1 Bed
$2,350
8611 3RD AVENUE
2 Bed
$1,950
75 Gorge Rd
Edgewater
2 Bed
$2,750
75 Gorge Rd
Edgewater
1 Bed
$2,230
190 Old River Rd
Edgewater
2 Bed
$3,425
190 Old River Rd
Edgewater
1 Bed
$2,150
111 River Rd
Edgewater
1 Bed
$3,250
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City Guide
Fairview
Moving to Fairview

Are you thinking about renting an apartment in Fairview? If so, gather your leasing documents. These include bank statements, tax returns, letters of employment, and other proof of income. Basically, when looking for a home for rent, landlords of apartment complexes will want to make sure that you're going to be a good renter! Also, be prepared to put down a deposit to secure your apartment. This can be as much as three months' rent up front, so be sure to save up before you make the decision to move!

Neighborhoods in Fairview

Not sure where you should find an apt for rent in Fairview? It can be helpful to do your research about neighborhoods before you go. After all, who wants to waste time looking at places in an area where you wouldn't actually be happy?

Western Fairview: This part of town has Route 9 running through it, so it's noisy and has a lot of traffic. That being said, it's great for commuters because of its convenience, and it has tons of handy restaurants, stores and businesses. The Boulevard Diner is a local's favorite.

Eastern Fairview: This is the most sought-after residential area. Lots of NYC commuters live here, and it has typical tree-lined suburban streets. It's a great contrast to the chaos of the Big Apple.

Living in Fairview

Fairview is a commuter town, where most people go into and out of New York City. Want a more peaceful place to rest your head at night when you're not in the Big Apple working or playing? This is a good budget-friendly option. Fairview has every suburban amenity you could think of, including shops, restaurants, grocery stores, doctors, and more. It also has its own small park, Zalewski Park, so you can spend some time in the greenery. You can have a car here, and many people do. But luckily, there is also bus service -- better for the environment as well as your stress levels!