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93 Apartments for rent in Irondequoit, NY

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26 Vinal Ave - Up
26 Vinal Avenue
Irondequoit, NY
2 Bedrooms
$895
850 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:46 PM
Updated & Spacious 2 Bedroom in Waring/Norton neighborhood! Tenant pays RG&E, water & garbage provided. Tenant provides own appliances. No pets permitted. Renter's insurance required!
1 Unit Available
48 Pontiac Drive
48 Pontiac Drive
Irondequoit, NY
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
1136 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 04:43 PM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
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1 Unit Available
222 Longview Terrace
222 Longview Terrace , Rochester, NY
Homestead Heights
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
1200 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:46 PM
Single Family Home avail 10/1! Tenant pays all utilities: water, gas & electric. Lawn care is provided. No pets permitted. RENTER'S INSURANCE REQUIRED!
1 Unit Available
36 Roycroft Drive
36 Roycroft Drive , Rochester, NY
Group 14621
5 Bedrooms
$1,500
1408 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:46 PM
Beautifully remodeled 5 bedroom 2 full bath home ready for you to move right in! This 5 bedroom is a rare find! Everything from top to bottom has been redone. The stove and fridge are included in rent. Off-street parking.
1 Unit Available
8 Renwood Street
8 Renwood Street , Rochester, NY
Group 14621
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$900
1733 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
Super clean second floor apartment in heart of 14621, no smoking, no pets, no appliances included but SUPER CLEAN a truly amazing second floor apartment 3 bedrooms with an office, large living room with big eat in kitchen and walk in pantry, formal
1 Unit Available
26 Jersey Street
26 Jersey Street , Rochester, NY
Culver-Winton-Main
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
858 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
This single family home is located right in the heart of Winton Village where food, drink, and entertainment are walking distance away; Merchants Wood Fire, Lucca Kitchen, The Winfield, and Lucky’s Restaurant.
1 Unit Available
161 Royleston Road
161 Royleston Road , Rochester, NY
Culver-Winton-Main
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1040 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
Rare opportunity to rent a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath side-by-side double in the heart of North Winton Village. Walking distance to restaurants, coffee shops and more. Freshly painted throughout, new carpet and vinyl and refinished hardwood floors.
1 Unit Available
333 Grand Ave 3
333 Grand Avenue , Rochester, NY
Beechwood
1 Bedroom
$650
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 09:24 AM
Amazing 1 bedroom Grand Ave - Property Id: 212293 Amazing 1 bedroom, very tidy with nice front location Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.com/p/333-grand-ave-rochester-ny-unit-3/212293 Property Id 212293 No Dogs Allowed (RLNE6089183)
1 Unit Available
4136 Lake Ave 5
4136 Lake Avenue , Rochester, NY
Charlotte
2 Bedrooms
$675
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
cute 2 bedroom in Charlotte - Property Id: 353470 Email for showing time DO NOT APPLY ONLINE!!!! You could move into this Completely renovated 2 bedroom attic apartment, for Just your security deposit of $675 and get September free.
1 Unit Available
234 Pershing Dr Monroe County+City of Rochester
234 Pershing Dr , Rochester, NY
Homestead Heights
2 Bedrooms
$875
816 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
2 BR / 1 BR HOME - This is a Single-Family Home features an extra bonus room that could be used as a family room or office, new cabinets in kitchen, parsell hardwood floors, patio, car port.
1 Unit Available
138 Clairmount St.
138 Clairmount Street , Rochester, NY
Group 14621
2 Bedrooms
$950
1054 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
138 Clairmount St. Available 10/01/20 Modernized Two Bedroom Single Family Home! - Cozy two bedroom single family home, currently under renovation!! Located off of Fernwood Ave, this lovely 1.
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1113 Garson Ave Down
1113 Garson Avenue , Rochester, NY
Culver-Winton-Main
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 09:30 AM
2 Bedroom North Winton Village - 318 Wisconsin St Updated Kitchen and Baths, Stainless appliances - 2 Bedroom 1 Bath - North Winton Village Updated Kitchen Stainless Steel Appliances Tile bath Dishwasher Excellent credit required 650+ $20 Non
1 Unit Available
12 Afton St
12 Afton Street , Rochester, NY
Charlotte
3 Bedrooms
$1,150
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
*Cozy 3 bedroom home NEWLY available in Charlotte area!* - 3 bedroom, 1.
1 Unit Available
138 Wisconsin Street
138 Wisconsin Street , Rochester, NY
Culver-Winton-Main
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
1387 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
138 Wisconsin Street Available 06/01/20 Newly Available - Highly Sought-After North Winton Village Rental! - Move right in to this cozy colonial in sought-after North Winton Village.
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5 Units Available
Greystone Apartments & Townhomes
177 Greystone Ln
Rochester, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,041
810 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,215
1186 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 12:46 PM
Sophisticated apartment homes have been thoughtfully designed to cater to every lifestyle.
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6 Units Available
Greece Commons
100 Andover St
Rochester, NY
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$969
859 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:46 PM
Live in style and comfort in our spacious studio or one and two bedroom apartment homes. Greece Commons offers the perfect blend of spacious interiors and fine appointments that will impress those with even the most refined tastes.
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5 Units Available
933 the U
933 University Ave , Rochester, NY
East Avenue
1 Bedroom
$1,590
823 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,865
1261 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:47 PM
Brand new, pet-friendly luxury apartments centrally located near everything from the George Eastman Museum to Highland Park. Amenities include a yoga and fitness center, controlled-access buildings, a dog washing station and in-home laundry.
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8 Units Available
Webster Green
1205 Rousseau Dr
Webster, NY
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,555
1184 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1469 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:47 PM
Near I-590, Route 104 and Ahepa Park. Lots of on-site amenities including a pool and sundeck, fitness center and playground. Garages included. Luxury interiors with granite countertops, a fireplace, hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances.
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28 Units Available
Winding Creek Apartments
1017 Waverton Cir
Webster, NY
1 Bedroom
$1,290
838 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,575
1138 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,840
1268 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:47 PM
Winding Creek Apartment Homes offers brand new one, two, and three-bedroom apartments for rent conveniently located in Webster, NY. Each of the apartments offered at Winding Creek provides you with modern amenities and high-end features.
1 Unit Available
337 University Avenue - 1A
337 University Avenue , Rochester, NY
East Avenue
2 Bedrooms
$2,570
1316 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:46 PM
Apartment 1A features a large 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom + Study floor plan, a private deck to the community micropark, concrete floors, dimmable LED lighting, industrial chic design, a chef's kitchen complete with a bar area and wine fridge, southern
1 Unit Available
157 Conkey Avenue
157 Conkey Avenue , Rochester, NY
Group 14621
3 Bedrooms
$800
1281 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:46 PM
This is a large side by side 3 bedroom apartment for rent. Hardwood floors throughout, off-street parking. The fridge and stove are the responsibility of the tenant. ***NOTE*** The first step is to please apply online at www.cfpropertyventures.
1 Unit Available
91 Shepard Street
91 Shepard Street , Rochester, NY
Upper Monroe
3 Bedrooms
$1,410
1325 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
Nice newly painted 3 Bedroom 1 bath upper available. Large kitchen w/new floor, butler pantry. Formal dining room w/ ceiling fan. Large living room w/ decorative fireplace. Hardwood floors through out. Awesome screened in balcony.
1 Unit Available
1 Capron Street
1 Capron Street , Rochester, NY
Central Business District
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,100
1492 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
Extraordinary city living in the gorgeously renovated Capron Building just a glance from Geva.
1 Unit Available
1108 Lake Avenue
1108 Lake Avenue , Rochester, NY
Maplewood
1 Bedroom
$900
500 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
Adorable & affordable 1 bd apartment available for rent for the first time in 12 years! Complete with cute porch, living rm, kitchen bath and bedroom. Convenient location! Come make this beautiful apartment yours!
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City GuideIrondequoit
"I was born in Rochester to a book-making man /Had a fake cigar shop with the games on in the back." (- Matt Kearney)
"I was born in Rochester to a book-making man /Had a fake cigar shop with the games on in the back." (- Matt Kearney)

Irondequoit is a town in Monroe County, New York with a population of around 51,692. Located in the northeastern part of the state of New Yor, Its a major suburb of Rochester. One of the few cities in America that's bordered by major bodies of water on three sides (called a "peninsula"), Irondequoit has the Genesee River on the west, Irondequoit Bay on the east, and Lake Ontario to the north. This is a beautiful and scenic town with a friendly population and tree-lined neighborhoods and parks. There are plenty of good schools in the area, and local businesses by the lake, river, and bay bolster this growing population. If you're not a fan of feeling frozen several months out of the year, then Upstate New York is not the best place for you. The temperature drops well below freezing in the winter, making it great for ice fishing and skiing, but not so great for maintaining a tan.

Neighborhoods

Are you a fan of suburbs? Then Irondequoit is your dream come true. The town is basically one large suburb, full of the types of shopping, theaters, and restaurants you'll find in your average upper middle class corner of America. As such, the neighborhoods are all pretty much the same, but here's a quick rundown of the (extremely) minor differences between each:

Heyer Bayer Park: A quaint area named after some old residents who donated land here. Its quiet and has plenty of apartment rentals and houses for rent. $$$

Bayview: On the west shore of the bay, Bayview isa great place to find reasonably priced townhouses for rent and homes for sale. Its mostly younger families, but there's a good dose of retired folks too. $$

German Village: A tree-lined neighborhood tucked into the northeast part of town, you can find a lot of large 2 and 3 bedroom homes for rent, and its near some great schools in town. Vacancy rates are pretty low, so come looking early if youre interested.$$

Laurelton: A super charming area in southeast Irondequoit that's right on the Bay. It used to be commercial farms before WWII and now is filled with young families. $$$

Orchard Park: As the name implies, this neighborhood is situated on the grounds of a former apple orchard. You can't get more old-timey Americana than this! Residents love the big, open streets and lovely houses located all around Orchard Park. $$$

Summerville: What was once a collection of summer cottages is now filled with year-round homes. In the northwest corner of town, Summerville provides views of both the river and the lake. $$$

Parkside: A good area to look for apartment complexes and condos for rent. Its a more densely populated area thats close to the river, and commuting to Rochester from here is a piece of cake. $$$

Autumn View Estates: With over 400 moderately priced homes, this area is a little on the high end part of the spectrum, but it's still cheap in terms of nationwide averages. Look here for small apartment rentals and 3 bedroom houses for rent. $$$

Neighborhoods
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Are you a fan of suburbs? Then Irondequoit is your dream come true. The town is basically one large suburb, full of the types of shopping, theaters, and restaurants you'll find in your average upper middle class corner of America. As such, the neighborhoods are all pretty much the same, but here's a quick rundown of the (extremely) minor differences between each:

Heyer Bayer Park: A quaint area named after some old residents who donated land here. Its quiet and has plenty of apartment rentals and houses for rent. $$$

Bayview: On the west shore of the bay, Bayview isa great place to find reasonably priced townhouses for rent and homes for sale. Its mostly younger families, but there's a good dose of retired folks too. $$

German Village: A tree-lined neighborhood tucked into the northeast part of town, you can find a lot of large 2 and 3 bedroom homes for rent, and its near some great schools in town. Vacancy rates are pretty low, so come looking early if youre interested.$$

Laurelton: A super charming area in southeast Irondequoit that's right on the Bay. It used to be commercial farms before WWII and now is filled with young families. $$$

Orchard Park: As the name implies, this neighborhood is situated on the grounds of a former apple orchard. You can't get more old-timey Americana than this! Residents love the big, open streets and lovely houses located all around Orchard Park. $$$

Summerville: What was once a collection of summer cottages is now filled with year-round homes. In the northwest corner of town, Summerville provides views of both the river and the lake. $$$

Parkside: A good area to look for apartment complexes and condos for rent. Its a more densely populated area thats close to the river, and commuting to Rochester from here is a piece of cake. $$$

Autumn View Estates: With over 400 moderately priced homes, this area is a little on the high end part of the spectrum, but it's still cheap in terms of nationwide averages. Look here for small apartment rentals and 3 bedroom houses for rent. $$$

Moving to Irondequoit

Theres a fair amount of affordable housing in Irondequoit, so its just a matter of committing to your hunt and finding an apartment for rent. If you're working with a good broker, you shouldnt have too much trouble. You wont find too many hi-rise condos around here, but there are plenty of apartments and small to medium sized houses. When you get to Irondequoit, set out exploring and get a feel for the lay of the land. Youll definitely need a car to get around, so make sure you drive around to all the different neighborhoods to get a better sense of which part of town is best for you. Do you prefer being by the bay or by the river? Both areas have a different feel, so it might make a difference to you in your search. Perhaps you want your kids in a certain school district, or maybe you prefer the more urban parts of town with greater options for nightlife and going out? Once you decide where you want to rent, start checking out different homes with your broker. Tell them exactly what youre looking for. Considering the prices here, you can get all the space you need, and maybe even more.

Make sure to bring along the requisite paperwork for your meeting. Landlords like to see the whole nine yards for a new tenant - your credit report, bank statements, letters of reference, proof of income, etc. Bring your checkbook so you can lay claim to the place if you decide right away that you've found your dream home or apartment. A strong commitment will always impress a potential landlord, and it shows them that you're not a tenant they'll to have to worry about. If you can't front first and last month's rent plus security deposit right away, be prepared to have someone co-sign as your guarantor. Make sure you get someone who can cover you in the event you come up short on rent during your lease. It's mostly just a precaution that landlords require in order to cover their own butts - but you might want to start buttering up one of your more financially stable family members if you think you'll need to find someone to co-sign.

Moving to Irondequoit
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Theres a fair amount of affordable housing in Irondequoit, so its just a matter of committing to your hunt and finding an apartment for rent. If you're working with a good broker, you shouldnt have too much trouble. You wont find too many hi-rise condos around here, but there are plenty of apartments and small to medium sized houses. When you get to Irondequoit, set out exploring and get a feel for the lay of the land. Youll definitely need a car to get around, so make sure you drive around to all the different neighborhoods to get a better sense of which part of town is best for you. Do you prefer being by the bay or by the river? Both areas have a different feel, so it might make a difference to you in your search. Perhaps you want your kids in a certain school district, or maybe you prefer the more urban parts of town with greater options for nightlife and going out? Once you decide where you want to rent, start checking out different homes with your broker. Tell them exactly what youre looking for. Considering the prices here, you can get all the space you need, and maybe even more.

Make sure to bring along the requisite paperwork for your meeting. Landlords like to see the whole nine yards for a new tenant - your credit report, bank statements, letters of reference, proof of income, etc. Bring your checkbook so you can lay claim to the place if you decide right away that you've found your dream home or apartment. A strong commitment will always impress a potential landlord, and it shows them that you're not a tenant they'll to have to worry about. If you can't front first and last month's rent plus security deposit right away, be prepared to have someone co-sign as your guarantor. Make sure you get someone who can cover you in the event you come up short on rent during your lease. It's mostly just a precaution that landlords require in order to cover their own butts - but you might want to start buttering up one of your more financially stable family members if you think you'll need to find someone to co-sign.

Living in Irondequoit

With the river, the bay, the lake, and nearby Rochester, living in Irondequoit is anyone's waterfront dream come true. With so many options in outdooractivitieson the water, you'll never want for some aquatic entertainment. As for other attractions in the city, the historic Town Hall complex is home to the Pioneer House Museum, which also plays host to a summer concert series for those who love live music. You'll also find a seasonal farmers market most weekends, and the city hosts a huge Fourth of July festival as well. For the kiddies, theold Seabreeze Amusement Park, Hot Dog Row, and the country's oldest mini golf course will provide hours of family-friendly fun. There's truly something for everyone in Irondequoit.

Living in Irondequoit
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With the river, the bay, the lake, and nearby Rochester, living in Irondequoit is anyone's waterfront dream come true. With so many options in outdooractivitieson the water, you'll never want for some aquatic entertainment. As for other attractions in the city, the historic Town Hall complex is home to the Pioneer House Museum, which also plays host to a summer concert series for those who love live music. You'll also find a seasonal farmers market most weekends, and the city hosts a huge Fourth of July festival as well. For the kiddies, theold Seabreeze Amusement Park, Hot Dog Row, and the country's oldest mini golf course will provide hours of family-friendly fun. There's truly something for everyone in Irondequoit.

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City GuideIrondequoit
"I was born in Rochester to a book-making man /Had a fake cigar shop with the games on in the back." (- Matt Kearney)
"I was born in Rochester to a book-making man /Had a fake cigar shop with the games on in the back." (- Matt Kearney)

Irondequoit is a town in Monroe County, New York with a population of around 51,692. Located in the northeastern part of the state of New Yor, Its a major suburb of Rochester. One of the few cities in America that's bordered by major bodies of water on three sides (called a "peninsula"), Irondequoit has the Genesee River on the west, Irondequoit Bay on the east, and Lake Ontario to the north. This is a beautiful and scenic town with a friendly population and tree-lined neighborhoods and parks. There are plenty of good schools in the area, and local businesses by the lake, river, and bay bolster this growing population. If you're not a fan of feeling frozen several months out of the year, then Upstate New York is not the best place for you. The temperature drops well below freezing in the winter, making it great for ice fishing and skiing, but not so great for maintaining a tan.

Neighborhoods

Are you a fan of suburbs? Then Irondequoit is your dream come true. The town is basically one large suburb, full of the types of shopping, theaters, and restaurants you'll find in your average upper middle class corner of America. As such, the neighborhoods are all pretty much the same, but here's a quick rundown of the (extremely) minor differences between each:

Heyer Bayer Park: A quaint area named after some old residents who donated land here. Its quiet and has plenty of apartment rentals and houses for rent. $$$

Bayview: On the west shore of the bay, Bayview isa great place to find reasonably priced townhouses for rent and homes for sale. Its mostly younger families, but there's a good dose of retired folks too. $$

German Village: A tree-lined neighborhood tucked into the northeast part of town, you can find a lot of large 2 and 3 bedroom homes for rent, and its near some great schools in town. Vacancy rates are pretty low, so come looking early if youre interested.$$

Laurelton: A super charming area in southeast Irondequoit that's right on the Bay. It used to be commercial farms before WWII and now is filled with young families. $$$

Orchard Park: As the name implies, this neighborhood is situated on the grounds of a former apple orchard. You can't get more old-timey Americana than this! Residents love the big, open streets and lovely houses located all around Orchard Park. $$$

Summerville: What was once a collection of summer cottages is now filled with year-round homes. In the northwest corner of town, Summerville provides views of both the river and the lake. $$$

Parkside: A good area to look for apartment complexes and condos for rent. Its a more densely populated area thats close to the river, and commuting to Rochester from here is a piece of cake. $$$

Autumn View Estates: With over 400 moderately priced homes, this area is a little on the high end part of the spectrum, but it's still cheap in terms of nationwide averages. Look here for small apartment rentals and 3 bedroom houses for rent. $$$

Neighborhoods
+

Are you a fan of suburbs? Then Irondequoit is your dream come true. The town is basically one large suburb, full of the types of shopping, theaters, and restaurants you'll find in your average upper middle class corner of America. As such, the neighborhoods are all pretty much the same, but here's a quick rundown of the (extremely) minor differences between each:

Heyer Bayer Park: A quaint area named after some old residents who donated land here. Its quiet and has plenty of apartment rentals and houses for rent. $$$

Bayview: On the west shore of the bay, Bayview isa great place to find reasonably priced townhouses for rent and homes for sale. Its mostly younger families, but there's a good dose of retired folks too. $$

German Village: A tree-lined neighborhood tucked into the northeast part of town, you can find a lot of large 2 and 3 bedroom homes for rent, and its near some great schools in town. Vacancy rates are pretty low, so come looking early if youre interested.$$

Laurelton: A super charming area in southeast Irondequoit that's right on the Bay. It used to be commercial farms before WWII and now is filled with young families. $$$

Orchard Park: As the name implies, this neighborhood is situated on the grounds of a former apple orchard. You can't get more old-timey Americana than this! Residents love the big, open streets and lovely houses located all around Orchard Park. $$$

Summerville: What was once a collection of summer cottages is now filled with year-round homes. In the northwest corner of town, Summerville provides views of both the river and the lake. $$$

Parkside: A good area to look for apartment complexes and condos for rent. Its a more densely populated area thats close to the river, and commuting to Rochester from here is a piece of cake. $$$

Autumn View Estates: With over 400 moderately priced homes, this area is a little on the high end part of the spectrum, but it's still cheap in terms of nationwide averages. Look here for small apartment rentals and 3 bedroom houses for rent. $$$

Moving to Irondequoit

Theres a fair amount of affordable housing in Irondequoit, so its just a matter of committing to your hunt and finding an apartment for rent. If you're working with a good broker, you shouldnt have too much trouble. You wont find too many hi-rise condos around here, but there are plenty of apartments and small to medium sized houses. When you get to Irondequoit, set out exploring and get a feel for the lay of the land. Youll definitely need a car to get around, so make sure you drive around to all the different neighborhoods to get a better sense of which part of town is best for you. Do you prefer being by the bay or by the river? Both areas have a different feel, so it might make a difference to you in your search. Perhaps you want your kids in a certain school district, or maybe you prefer the more urban parts of town with greater options for nightlife and going out? Once you decide where you want to rent, start checking out different homes with your broker. Tell them exactly what youre looking for. Considering the prices here, you can get all the space you need, and maybe even more.

Make sure to bring along the requisite paperwork for your meeting. Landlords like to see the whole nine yards for a new tenant - your credit report, bank statements, letters of reference, proof of income, etc. Bring your checkbook so you can lay claim to the place if you decide right away that you've found your dream home or apartment. A strong commitment will always impress a potential landlord, and it shows them that you're not a tenant they'll to have to worry about. If you can't front first and last month's rent plus security deposit right away, be prepared to have someone co-sign as your guarantor. Make sure you get someone who can cover you in the event you come up short on rent during your lease. It's mostly just a precaution that landlords require in order to cover their own butts - but you might want to start buttering up one of your more financially stable family members if you think you'll need to find someone to co-sign.

Moving to Irondequoit
+

Theres a fair amount of affordable housing in Irondequoit, so its just a matter of committing to your hunt and finding an apartment for rent. If you're working with a good broker, you shouldnt have too much trouble. You wont find too many hi-rise condos around here, but there are plenty of apartments and small to medium sized houses. When you get to Irondequoit, set out exploring and get a feel for the lay of the land. Youll definitely need a car to get around, so make sure you drive around to all the different neighborhoods to get a better sense of which part of town is best for you. Do you prefer being by the bay or by the river? Both areas have a different feel, so it might make a difference to you in your search. Perhaps you want your kids in a certain school district, or maybe you prefer the more urban parts of town with greater options for nightlife and going out? Once you decide where you want to rent, start checking out different homes with your broker. Tell them exactly what youre looking for. Considering the prices here, you can get all the space you need, and maybe even more.

Make sure to bring along the requisite paperwork for your meeting. Landlords like to see the whole nine yards for a new tenant - your credit report, bank statements, letters of reference, proof of income, etc. Bring your checkbook so you can lay claim to the place if you decide right away that you've found your dream home or apartment. A strong commitment will always impress a potential landlord, and it shows them that you're not a tenant they'll to have to worry about. If you can't front first and last month's rent plus security deposit right away, be prepared to have someone co-sign as your guarantor. Make sure you get someone who can cover you in the event you come up short on rent during your lease. It's mostly just a precaution that landlords require in order to cover their own butts - but you might want to start buttering up one of your more financially stable family members if you think you'll need to find someone to co-sign.

Living in Irondequoit

With the river, the bay, the lake, and nearby Rochester, living in Irondequoit is anyone's waterfront dream come true. With so many options in outdooractivitieson the water, you'll never want for some aquatic entertainment. As for other attractions in the city, the historic Town Hall complex is home to the Pioneer House Museum, which also plays host to a summer concert series for those who love live music. You'll also find a seasonal farmers market most weekends, and the city hosts a huge Fourth of July festival as well. For the kiddies, theold Seabreeze Amusement Park, Hot Dog Row, and the country's oldest mini golf course will provide hours of family-friendly fun. There's truly something for everyone in Irondequoit.

Living in Irondequoit
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With the river, the bay, the lake, and nearby Rochester, living in Irondequoit is anyone's waterfront dream come true. With so many options in outdooractivitieson the water, you'll never want for some aquatic entertainment. As for other attractions in the city, the historic Town Hall complex is home to the Pioneer House Museum, which also plays host to a summer concert series for those who love live music. You'll also find a seasonal farmers market most weekends, and the city hosts a huge Fourth of July festival as well. For the kiddies, theold Seabreeze Amusement Park, Hot Dog Row, and the country's oldest mini golf course will provide hours of family-friendly fun. There's truly something for everyone in Irondequoit.