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103 apartments for rent in Amarillo, TX

7701 Cervin Dr
Amarillo
4 Bed
$1,800
8003 Kerr Pl
Amarillo
3 Bed
$1,295
6903 Michelle Dr
Amarillo
3 Bed
$1,200
3310 Lynette Dr
Amarillo
3 Bed
$1,150
1211 SW 13th Ave
Amarillo
3 Bed
$700
4431 Evelyn St
Amarillo
3 Bed
$1,550
2813 Steves Way
Amarillo
3 Bed
$1,395
2017 Oak Dr
Amarillo
3 Bed
$725
5710 Foxcroft Dr
Amarillo
3 Bed
$1,495
8500 Alexandria Ave
Amarillo
3 Bed
$1,650
4607 Preston St
Amarillo
2 Bed
$700
1013 SW 11th Ave
Amarillo
1 Bed
$450
3209 15th Ave
Amarillo
2 Bed
$1,395
6020 GREENWAYS DR.
Amarillo
3 Bed
$1,875
6051 Belpree Rd
Amarillo
2 Bed
$1,225
2413 Echo
Downtown Amarillo
3 Bed
$675
1612 Taylor St
Amarillo
3 Bed
$1,150
1021 Sugarloaf Dr
Amarillo
2 Bed
$800
4803 Capulin
Amarillo
3 Bed
$1,195
6015 Garden Lane
Amarillo
3 Bed
$895
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City Guide
Amarillo
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Amarillo is home to a large number of rodeos, equestrian competitions and motor sport expositions held annually in downtown Amarillo, including the Tri-State Fair and Rodeo and the World Championship Ranch Rodeo.

Nature-lovers take heart. Twenty-five miles south of Amarillo is the extensive and scenic system of canyons known as Palo Duro. The six miles of multi-use trails within the park can access Lighthouse Peak, the area’s signature feature.

So, about the weather. Amarillo has a semi-arid climate, and it’s centrally located in the flat, dusty, wind-swept plains of the Texas Panhandle. Consistently high and dry summer temperatures in the summer and blizzards in the winter make Amarillo a city of extremes. Well, the spring must be lovely then, right? Funny you should ask.

Neighborhoods

The areas of Plemons, Llano and Wolfin are located furthest southwest of the hollowed out downtown. Here, homes preserved by the National Register of Historic Places are occupied by mostly single-family owners. Rental options are occasionally available in private residences and the infrequent apartment building. While prices here are not outlandish when compared to, say, Houston, they are, on average, slightly higher than in neighborhoods to the immediate north. Expect to pay between $500 and $700 for a moderately sized two bedroom.

The Northwest side of town is home to a number of newly constructed rental properties that flank the city's many nationally renowned hospitals. Condo complexes and town house communities with gyms, community centers and pools range in price here from about $600 to $800 for a one to two bedroom. The area is also home to a number of conveniently located shopping centers and restaurants.

Further west, the near-suburban Soncy offers some of the most luxurious rental living around, complete with large, new developments priced up to $2,000 a month for a three bedroom.

The neighborhoods due north of Amarillo Boulevard is where rent is frequently the cheapest. The southern portion of the Old San Jacinto neighborhood is a good compromise for the area, as rent here generally falls between $500 and $600 for a two bedroom.

Home, Home on the Range

You can see how far Amarillo has come from its ranching roots when you consider the wide variety of new construction rentals. Townhouses, large apartment complexes and condos provide the most options in terms of space, amenities and price variance. Because management companies run these properties, metropolitan Amarillo real estate agents infrequently handle rentals. Applicants for apartments in these complexes can expect to pay between $30 and $40 for a credit check and sign leases of three to six months or a year. Privately owned apartments in single-family homes are frequently listed on Internet apartment searches (it's yer lucky day) and brokered directly through the owner.

Git Along Little Doggie

Interstate 40, the wide swatch of highway formerly known as Route 66, bisects the city and provides a fairly painless commute to downtown. Outside of saddling up your Quarter Horse, Amarillo provides little in terms of transportation for residents without automobiles. Amarillo City Transit operates eight bus lines throughout downtown and the surrounding neighborhoods.

As you can see, if you're ready for the rough, tough Wild West, Amarillo has a place to hang your hat in a variety of price ranges. So saddle up and get hunting, we’ll see you on the other side!

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