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City Guide
Ashland

Cheap apartments are the standard in Ashland, where you can find a variety of quality one and two-bedroom apartments in the $425-$600 range. Don’t mistake cheap prices for low quality, though. Rental properties in Ashland tend to come equipped with some super-sweet amenities including modern kitchens and interiors, fenced patios, gyms, clubhouses, and in some cases, built-in bookcases, vaulted ceilings, and in-unit washers/dryers. Whether you’re looking for a short-term crash pad or a long-term luxury rental, you’ll find options galore in our listings for Ashland.

Planning to share room and board with a furry four-legged roommate? Pet-friendly apartments in Ashland are there for the taking and usually only cost about an extra $25 a month (same goes for furnished rentals and short-term leases).

Waiting lists are pretty much nonexistent in Ashland, and move-in specials pop up frequently, so feel free to leisurely shop the market for the best deals before deciding which is best for you. Before heading out, be sure to arm yourself with the apartment hunting basics (proof of income, banking info, a list of previous residences, a reputable cosigner if you have a shady renting/credit history) when you’re ready to slap your John Hancock on a leasing application.

Ashland is generally a safe city – violent crime is especially rare and there’s no thing as a “ghetto” – and you won’t find too much distinction among its various neighborhoods anyway as they’re all are on the older side and quiet as a church mouse in a cheese coma. Still, we recommend visiting in advance to see which part of the city is best for you before committing to a lease.

Are you itching to get out and have some fun in Ashland? The city plays host to a wide range of family-friendly attractions including a couple state parks, an art museum and history museum, and numerous sports fields, hiking and biking trials, and open spaces. Factor in a low crime rate, one of the Midwest’s lowest cost of living indexes, and an über-relaxed pace of life, and it’s safe to say you’ll soon be feeling quite right in the “World Headquarters of Nice People!”

Best of luck and happy hunting!