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63 apartments for rent in Beaverton, OR

Victory Flats
1345 SW 172nd Ter
1 Bed
$1,240
2 Bed
$1,585
3 Bed
$1,865
Emerald Place
1815 NW 173rd Ave
1 Bed
$1,030
2 Bed
$1,317
Terra Murrayhill
14305 SW Sexton Mountain Dr
1 Bed
$1,197
2 Bed
$1,369
3 Bed
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Birch Pointe
17520 NW Cornell Rd
Studio
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1 Bed
$1,129
2 Bed
$1,250
Village 185
18380 NW Heritage Pkwy
1 Bed
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2 Bed
$1,300
3 Bed
$1,430
Canyon Park
4200 SW 107th Ave
1 Bed
$1,227
2 Bed
$1,486
3 Bed
$1,881
20638 NW Delamere Terr
Sommerset West - Elmonica South
3 Bed
$1,850
12895 SW Dale Cir
Highland
3 Bed
$1,895
2963 NW Norwalk Place
Sommerset West - Elmonica North
3 Bed
$2,200
SW Elmonica Pl
Triple Creek
3 Bed
$1,595
16160 SW Baseline Rd
Five Oaks
3 Bed
$1,795
764 NW Adwick Dr
Sommerset West - Elmonica South
2 Bed
$1,595
6970 SW Oakwood Dr
Denny Whitford
3 Bed
$1,795
13715 SW Hazel St
Central Beaverton
3 Bed
$1,695
16025 SW Goshawk St
Neighbors Southwest
4 Bed
$2,799
10045 SW Sire Terrace
South Beaverton
4 Bed
$4,300
11675 SW Ridgecrest Dr
Vose
4 Bed
$2,200
2867 SW Lassie ter
Cooper Mountain - Aloha North
3 Bed
$1,895
14390 SW 6th Street
Central Beaverton
2 Bed
$1,695
13950 SW Linda Lane
Cedar Hills - Cedar Mill North
3 Bed
$1,895
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City Guide
Beaverton
Moving to Beaverton

Beaverton was recently named by _Money _ magazine as one of the 100 "best places to live" among smaller U.S. cities. It has a higher cost of living than the average U.S. city, but is notably lower than San Francisco, New York, or Los Angeles; it's on par with cities like Denver and Seattle.

Most people who move here for work are employed in tech and bio science industries. This makes since, because Beaverton is in the heart of what's known as Oregon’s “Silicon Forest.” Major companies like Nike, IBM, Welch Allyn, and Tektronix have made their home here, so don't be surprised if you see even more smart phones and tablets around the coffee shop than you're used to. This also accounts for the fact that one-fifth of residents are foreign-born--if you hope to expose yourself and your kids to a diverse -- and well-educated -- population, Beaverton is an ideal spot to put down roots.

Beaverton has almost 100 miles of bike lanes for getting around town, and the MAX light rail makes commuting to Portland a breeze. While most residents own and use their cars often, if you're trying to cut down on your carbon footprint, you could conceivably get by without a car.

You shouldn't have much trouble finding a permanent spot to call your own as long as you give yourself about a week or two to look. Make sure you take along with you proof of income -- either pay stubs or a letter of employment -- that equals about two times the rent. A credit check is also likely, so make sure there are no obvious dings in your financial past.

Neighborhoods in Beaverton

Beaverton is divided up into 11 distinct Neighborhood Association Committees (NACs), each with its own culture and character. For those who rent, apartment complexes exist in every part of the city, although the neighborhoods listed below are the most popular for renters. The dollar ratings denote the relative cost of rent compared with other Beaverton neighborhoods.

Central Beaverton: The historic heart of the city, Central Beaverton is ideal if you plan on commuting to Portland for work, since this is where the light rails are. Lots of historic sites are spread throughout this area, but the Beaverton City Mall is what brings most of the town's residents here on a regular basis. Most of the residents are renters; while studios and 1 bedroom apartments dominate, a few larger units can be found. $$$

Denney Whitford/Raleigh West: Don't let the name fool you, this neighborhood is actually on the eastern border of Beaverton, but west of Portland (those urban folk are so city-centric!). Lots of open spaces and parks make it a popular spot for families with young children. Outdoorsy singles might also enjoy it here, though it is pretty quiet. If you do chose this neighborhood, be prepared to search long and hard for a vacant apartment -- renters don't give up their spot easily here! $$$$

Five Oaks Triple Creek: Just west of Central Beaverton in the northwest corner of town, the makeup of this neighborhood is similar to that of Denney Whitford, but on overdrive. Think snazzier parks, upscale walking trails and the like. Apartments run a little smaller here, which explains the slightly more modest price than in the Denney Whitford 'hood. $$$

Greenway: Located on the southern side of town, this area is popular with athletic people -- both single and with small families -- due to the 15-mile Fanno Creek Greenway Trail that snakes through the middle of the neighborhood. The multi-use paved trail is popular with walkers, runners, and bicyclists. $$

Vose: Straddling a major highway, Vose is best for people who plan on commuting. Bicyclists will find many kindred spirits here, since the northern part of the Fanno Creek Greenway Trail is in this area. $$

Living in Portland

Plan on meeting friends for a jog instead of a drink, or a hike instead of a fierce round of bad karaoke. The city itself is mainly flat, although there are plenty of rolling hills found all around, and Mt. Hood is a quick drive away. Regardless of where you choose to put down roots, you won't have to travel even a mile to find a park.

Forget everything you've heard about the dreaded Pacific Northwest rainy weather--we mean it when we say it's really not so bad. Beaverton's average of only 36 inches of rain per year is less than the average of both Miami and Baltimore. Average summer temps are usually in the 80s. Because of how far north Beaverton is, the summer sun can peek out as early as 5 a.m. and stay out until 9 p.m.-- you crazy kids can bike for 16 straight hours without putting on reflectors! Major snowfalls in the winter are rare, but occasional light snow isn't.

Getting out and about once you move to Beaverton isn't just a good idea -- it's essential to meeting new people. Head down to Beaverton's Farmers Market during warmer months, or visit the many recreational options the city offers. Whether you enjoy tennis, golf, softball, biking, or jogging and hiking, you're sure to find not only the perfect spot to indulge your sport, but a resident ready to play right beside you.

Beaverton Renter Confidence Survey
National study of renter confidence in the economy, homeownership, and cities
Here's how Beaverton ranks on:
C Overall satisfaction
B Safety and crime rate
C+ Jobs and career opportunities
C- Recreational activities
F Affordability
C+ Quality of schools
C- Weather
D Commute time
D State and local taxes
A- Public transit
D Pet-friendliness
Best Worst
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Overview of Findings

Apartment List has released results for Beaverton from the second annual Apartment List Renter Satisfaction Survey. The survey, which drew on responses from over 30,000 renters, provides insight into what states and cities must do to meet the needs of the 105 million American renters nationwide.

“According to our results, Beaverton renters are somewhat dissatisfied with their city,” says Andrew Woo, Director of Data Science at Apartment List. “Many categories received below-average scores.”

Key findings in Beaverton include the following:

  • Beaverton renters give their city a C overall for satisfaction.
  • The highest-rated category for Beaverton was its access to public transit, which received an A-.
  • Renters in Beaverton gave average scores to safety and low crime rates (B).
  • Some areas of concern for Beaverton renters were local job and career opportunities (C+) and the quality of local schools (C+).
  • Renters here seem most dissatisfied with commute times (D), state and local taxes (D), and affordability/cost of living (F).
  • Renter satisfaction in Beaverton is lower than other Oregon cities like Portland (B), Hillsboro (A), and Salem (A-), but it is comparable to nearby Vancouver, WA (C).
  • The top rated cities nationwide for renter satisfaction included Arlington, VA; Lincoln, NE; Pasadena, CA; Boston, MA; and Madison, WI. The lowest rated cities included Newark, NJ; Bronx, NY; Bridgeport, CT; Baltimore, MD; and Salinas, CA.