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65 Apartments for rent in Progress, PA

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Last updated July 27 at 2:24AM
Results within 1 miles of Progress, PA
2316 Luce Street
East Harrisburg
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 20 at 2:26PM
3 Bedrooms
$800
723 N 19th St
East Harrisburg
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 27 at 1:51AM
3 Bedrooms
$775
3009 Walnut St
Progress
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 27 at 2:24AM
1 Bedroom
$680
2224 Buttonwood Circle
Harrisburg
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 21 at 9:38AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
51 S Progress Ave
Progress
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 27 at 2:24AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1736 Herr St
Allison Hill
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 20 at 6:01PM
3 Bedrooms
$790
Results within 5 miles of Progress, PA
1730 Fulton St
Capital Heights
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 23 at 1:51AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
101 N Court St
Downtown Harrisburg
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 26 at 1:30AM
1 Bedroom
$1,250
104 Blue Ridge Cir
Harrisburg
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 20 at 6:01PM
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
2515 Woodlawn St garage 7
East Harrisburg
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 11 at 9:42AM
Studio
$199
209 Saddle Ridge Dr
Harrisburg
Harrisburg, PA
Updated July 12 at 10:54AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,275
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City Guide
Progress
Moving to Progress

The median home price is more expensive than a little over half of the neighborhoods in PA. Yet rents in Progress are reasonable. The average price is lower than 40 percent of Pennsylvania residential areas. This means that you should expect to find decent rental apts in Progress, as long as you're willing to be patient in the process of finding an apartment.

City apartments have a pretty wide range in price fairly consistent with the national average, and offer you up to three bedrooms or more, should you choose to pay more. That tends to be the general range for places to live in Progress, as the population follows the trends of suburban populations.

The Market for Rentals in Progress

As a neighborhood, Progress consists of a substantial number of single family homes and apartment complexes. Most of the homes are occupied by a mixture of both owners and renters. You'll find that the buildings are well established and slightly older as most were built prior to 1970. Vacancies hover at a relatively normal range of 9.7 percent.

Progress borders the city of Harrisburg on its east side. Although the housing statistics for Progress are often lumped in with the entire city of Harrisburg, the feel is quite different when you cross the city line. Harrisburg might be the capital city of Pennsylvania, but differs in overall amenities that a renter might want in their living.

Progress, on the other hand, has apartment complexes to suit any renter's tastes and price range, while retaining some proximity to services, restaurants and conveniences. When you compare Progress to the city of Harrisburg, you'll find buildings to be newer and more modern, whereas Harrisburg's stock is considered to be older and historic as most were built prior to 1940.

There are a number of small apartment buildings available to those who want to work directly with the building owners. There are tradeoffs when single family housing stock is a little older. You may find that the pricing is conducive to your budget, but you also run the risk of having a greater number of repair requests. This is important to keep in mind if you choose to rely on your rental space to do business.

Credit checks are going to be pretty common, as will be your need to show up on lease signing day with your first month's rent, last month's rent, and security deposit. Expect also to pay for the cost of your credit check with your application fee.

Progress Neighborhoods

Progress is a neighborhood itself and is built on the basis of the high points of Harrisburg. You will find that the public transportation system runs through Progress and into Harrisburg; however, the times are sporadic, and routes are somewhat limited. If you don't want to drive to work, you'll need to make sure that your apartment is near one of the bus stops on the main streets.

North Progress: This part of Progress has both small and medium sized homes, many of which are owner occupied. Renters will find their choice of apartment living in both complexes and houses for rent. There are a decent mix of restaurants which will require a car to visit.

South Progress: This area of Progress has primarily small homes that are occupied mainly by owners. Rental opportunities will be hard to find, but are available to those willing to inquire outside of normal channels.

Living in Progress

For the 2.8 square miles that Progress does cover, there are small town attractions geared toward families, including Twin Ponds for ice skating and ice cream parlors in the summer. Of course, Progress is a stone's throw away to attractions in Hershey, PA, such as Chocolate World and Hershey Park. For those that need a historical fix, drop into neighboring Harrisburg and visit the State Museum and the State Capitol.