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128 Apartments for rent in Oreland, PA

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Last updated December 18 at 2:48pm UTC
Oreland, PA
Updated December 18 at 2:48pm UTC
3 Bedrooms
Results within 1 miles of Oreland, PA
Glenside, PA
Updated December 17 at 5:41pm UTC
2 Bedrooms
Montgomery County
Montgomery County, PA
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Results within 5 miles of Oreland, PA
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7841 Ridge Ave
Philadelphia, PA
Updated December 18 at 12:52pm UTC
City Guide
Moving to Oreland

Landlords here typically charge the first month's and last month's rent when you sign the lease, and some charge an additional month as a security deposit. If you're bringing pets to your new digs, you'll likely have to pay a pet deposit as well. There are some all-bills-paid apartments, but they are few and far between. Make sure you can handle the rent and the utilities.

What to Bring

To have the best chance at getting approved for the rental you want, bring ID, proof of income, and your checkbook along on tours. Make sure your credit is good or find someone willing to cosign for you. When vacancy rates get low, landlords get picky.

Neighborhoods in Oreland

Unlike towns that have well-defined neighborhood borders, Oreland is a census-designated community. This basically means it is defined only for statistics and isn't an official town or city. In many cases, such places are like one large neighborhood, and Oreland is no exception. In fact, it isn't even all that large. Here are a couple of sections of town to consider as you hunt for house rentals or apartments for rent in Oreland:

Church Road/Paper Mill Road: Low vacancy rates and high rents are the name of the game in this part of Oreland. With patience, however, you can find attractive rental condos, homes for rent, and townhomes. This section of town gets a walk score of 25, which means you'll need to gas up your car to fill your belly at Oreland Pizza and get your java infusion at Whistle Coffee Cafe .

East Oreland/Sunnybrook: This part of town is a better option if you're looking for lower-cost apartments. Rents here trend toward half the price of those in the Church Road/Paper Mill Road area. You'll find single-family homes, a few smaller apartment buildings, condos, and duplexes for rent here. The walk score is still 25, though, so you'll need a car to go to Oreland Quick Mart or Prime Food Sales. Heading to Connell's Pub? Make sure to call a cab.

Living in Oreland

Oreland is a quiet, little community and not so much a hub of activity. You will, however, find such things as grocery stores and shopping venues as well as enough restaurants to keep you fed. You're going to want to travel to nearby Willow Grove, however, to go to the mall, and Glenside or Philadelphia for entertainment. For example, the Flutterby Theater Company in Glenside offers musicals and plays; and Philadelphia -- just minutes away by car -- offers everything from restaurants and theaters to museums and nightlife.