Cheap apartments for rent, thank ye rental gods, are the standard in Cortland, so don’t worry about breaking your bankroll. The average rental goes for around $750, but you’ll find both cheaper (around $650) and slightly more expensive (closer to $900) apartments as well. Even after you factor in the cost of utilities, it should only take about a grand a month, tops, to live the good life in Cortland.
There are enough apartments for rent in the Cortland area that you won’t have to worry about getting left out in the cold, but you should know that the apartments situated close to SUNY College tend to see a spike in occupancy just before the fall semester. If you’re looking for a campus area crash pad in Cortland, be sure to begin your search no later than May or June to ensure your pick of the apartment litter.
Looking for a pet-friendly rental in Cortland? Pet policies differ from rental to rental, so be sure to contact a rental property in advance to see whether or not they allow four-legged roomies. Fortunately for short-term renters, meanwhile, a few apartments in Cortland offer month-to-month leases as well as the standard 1-year variety. Just plan to spend an extra $25-$50 a month in rent if you’ll be kicking back in a short-term rental or pet-friendly apartment in Cortland.
Apartments and townhouses in Cortland tend to come cheap, but they often come equipped with top-notch amenities anyway (patios/balconies, scenic views, some utilities included, modern appliances, covered parking, furnished interiors, monsters hiding under the bed, etc.) Just don’t forget to bring along proof of income, banking info, and a list of previous residences when you’re ready to submit a leasing app.
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