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City Guide
Newark, OH

The seat of Licking County, Newark is a small city just east of Columbus that offers a little something for everyone. Residents of all ages come to the “Land of Legend” for its community feeling and downright cost-effective apartment living.

If you’re ready to settle in the fine city of Newark, we have just the listings for you. Take a peek at some of the best apartment rentals Newark has to offer.

When it comes to getting your foot in the door of your new apartment, an application fee is necessary. Around Newark, applications will cost you between $35-$50 and typically involve a credit check and some paperwork. Once you’re approved, it all comes down to the deposit and choosing which apartment is right for you. Depending on the apartment size and location, your deposit will run anywhere between $250 and $600 (or one month’s rent). Typically, the newer the complex and the larger the apartment, the more you will pay for deposit.

Though the city of Newark is small, the rental options are abundant. Many communities feature studios and efficiencies in addition to standard one-three bedroom apartments and townhomes. All of these options usually feature their own share of perks such as parking spaces, fitness centers, a washer and dryer in every unit, paid utilities, and so on. While the spectrum of housing choices is huge, the cost of living is low. Moving here on your lonesome? Perfect. A studio is very easy to come by in Newark and will cost you about four bills. That’s $400 for those not familiar with the slang. A one-bedroom in Newark will range between $405-$645 (your low-end standard versus your high-end garden apartment) and a two-bedroom townhome with a whopping 1100 square feet will cost you a mere $715 a month. You can pick your jaw up off the floor now.

Moving in with pets? That may cost you a bit more, but your four-legged friend is worth it, right? While most apartment rental communities are pet-friendly, they do require a deposit, a monthly pet rent ($10-$20) and some require a pet interview. Yes, you read that right. Make sure to put Fido in his Sunday’s best.

Your new Newark neighbors (see what we did there?) will be the perfect blend of people all mixing and mingling at festivals, concerts, parks and community events. The city is filled with all sorts of things to do and see, not to mention the amazing rentals. Find your new apartment in Newark today. Ready, set, go!