195 Apartments for rent in Reading, PA

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Last updated July 25 at 9:58AM
801 LEHIGH STREET
Glenside
Reading, PA
Updated July 11 at 4:46AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,400
5290 OLEY TURNPIKE ROAD
Reading
Reading, PA
Updated April 29 at 4:05AM
4 Bedrooms
$7,250
48 N 11th St
Penn's Common
Reading, PA
Updated July 21 at 10:44AM
1 Bedroom
$625
913 Locust St
Reading
Reading, PA
Updated July 20 at 2:28PM
3 Bedrooms
$725
320 Miller St
St. Mary's
Reading, PA
Updated July 25 at 9:58AM
2 Bedrooms
$750
123 N 9th St
Reading
Reading, PA
Updated July 25 at 1:40AM
2 Bedrooms
$595
145 Oley Street
Bethany
Reading, PA
Updated July 20 at 1:19PM
5 Bedrooms
$795
142 S 5TH STREET
Center City
Reading, PA
Updated July 25 at 3:16AM
2 Bedrooms
$650
7 PINEHURST COURT
Flying Hills
Reading, PA
Updated July 11 at 4:53AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
206 Princeton Ave
Reading
Reading, PA
Updated July 23 at 1:55AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,275
611 S 18 1/2 St (w/s)
18th and Cotton
Reading, PA
Updated July 25 at 9:29AM
3 Bedrooms
$900
135 LUCINDA LANE
Spring Ridge
Reading, PA
Updated June 13 at 4:01AM
4 Bedrooms
$2,977
523 Wunder St.
Southeast Community
Reading, PA
Updated July 20 at 1:31PM
2 Bedrooms
$675
3601 PERKIOMEN AVENUE
Reiffton
Reading, PA
Updated April 29 at 4:07AM
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
550 Tulpehocken St
Center City
Reading, PA
Updated July 25 at 9:58AM
4 Bedrooms
$995
512 S 16th St
18th and Cotton
Reading, PA
Updated July 25 at 9:58AM
3 Bedrooms
$875
1459 Scott St
Reading
Reading, PA
Updated July 22 at 9:52AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
205 Pershing Blvd
Shillington
Reading, PA
Updated July 20 at 1:31PM
2 Bedrooms
$950
32 S Sterley St
Shillington
Reading, PA
Updated July 25 at 9:58AM
2 Bedrooms
$850
115 LAVENDER LANE
Reading
Reading, PA
Updated July 21 at 3:25AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,300
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City Guide
Reading
Why does the name Reading ring a bell?

Reading was once the home of one of the country’s most extensive railroad systems, the Reading Railroad, which has been forever immortalized in the board game Monopoly. Unsurprisingly, the city is, even today, inhabited mostly by mustachioed old men sporting top hats and bowties (nope, not really).

How’s the renting situation in Reading?

The city’s cost of living index (which takes into account things like consumer goods, utilities, groceries, travel expenses, and housing costs) is more than 15 percent lower than the national average, and it’s quite possible to find an apartment for less than $700.

What’s there to do in Reading for fun?

Downtown Reading has made major strides attracting visitors and new residents, and area attractions now include a performing arts venue, massive art center, IMAX cinema, and numerous concert venues, museums, and a symphony orchestra. The city is also dotted with pubs and clubs to appease night owls, meaning you’ll have much more to do in Reading than sit around your apartment twiddling your thumbs and playing Monopoly. Or reading.

Will I need a car to get around Reading?

The BARTA city busses run 21 routes throughout Reading and the surrounding areas, but unless you live downtown, where public transit is more readily available, we strongly suggest you bring along your own set of wheels. Even in the more walker-friendly areas, like West Reading and Wyomissing, your best bet is driving, since the city’s restaurants, stores, banks, etc. are mostly spread out and not entirely conducive to foot traffic.

Are apartments in Reading easy to come by?

Absolutely! There’s no such thing as a “renting season” in Reading, so you don’t have to worry about playing the waiting game to find the best available deals. You’re extremely unlikely to encounter waiting lists or landlords who demand exorbitant move-in fees, either. Apartment specials do pop up frequently and some property managers cover tenants’ utility bills. In other words, seek and ye shall find, and don’t settle for an apartment until you’re positive it’s perfect for you, because plenty others are available (in fact, 12 percent of residences are currently unoccupied).

Anything special I need to know before I sign a lease?

Landlords have different policies regarding pets, roommates, and even guests in some cases, so make sure you read and understand every detail of your lease before putting your stamp of approval on it. Also, don’t assume your apartment is in tip-top shape and ready for you to occupy it. Give your apartment a solid inspection to make sure time has treated it kindly enough. Run the furnace and air-conditioning units to make sure they function properly, check your pipes, faucets, toilets, sinks and showerheads for leaks, drips, etc., and examine the walls, ceilings, and floors for cracks, watermarks, or noticeable blemishes.

Finally, best of luck, happy hunting, and welcome to the Keystone State!