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54 apartments for rent near Arlington, TX

Dakota
707 Washington Dr
1 Bed
$695
2 Bed
$810
Cobblestone
1615 Stoneleigh Ct
1 Bed
$693
2 Bed
$935
Cliffs
1635 Jefferson Cliffs Way
1 Bed
$778
2 Bed
$981
Jordan Creek
2502 Burney Oaks Ln
1 Bed
$710
2 Bed
$834
The Dryden
711 Brentwood Pl
Studio
$910
1 Bed
$675
2 Bed
$1,050
Autumnwood
2409 Fallwood Dr
1 Bed
$736
2 Bed
$965
Legacy Point
1901 NE Green Oaks Blvd
1 Bed
$1,049
2 Bed
$1,475
3 Bed
$1,900
AMP @ The Grid
765 Polk Dr
1 Bed
$675
2 Bed
$850
3 Bed
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Fielder's Glen
3601 Fielders Glen Dr
1 Bed
$739
2 Bed
$875
Rock Ridge Apartment Homes
305 Ranch Dr
1 Bed
$875
2 Bed
$1,156
3 Bed
Ask
Landmark at Heritage Fields Apartment Homes
2308 Fair Oaks Dr
1 Bed
$669
2 Bed
$925
Landmark at Ridgewood Preserve Apartment Homes
1000 Mill Crossing Pl
1 Bed
$663
2 Bed
$984
Westwood Canyon
903 Road To Six Flags W
1 Bed
$772
2 Bed
$1,074
Monterra Pointe Apartment Homes
2105 Cottonwood Club Rd
1 Bed
$699
2 Bed
$874
Place on the Park
2021 E Pioneer Pkwy
1 Bed
$775
2 Bed
$960
3 Bed
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Aspen Court
2305 Ashcroft Ln
1 Bed
$774
2 Bed
$1,021
Bardin Oaks
4624 Windstone Dr
1 Bed
$880
2 Bed
$1,230
3 Bed
$1,319
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City Guide
Arlington
The Many Faces of Arlington

Arlington’s attractions, amenities, and neighborhoods appeal to a wide range of demographics, including:

Students. Roughly 33,000 students from around the globe are enrolled at the city’s University of Texas campus, lending a distinct college town vibe to certain parts of Arlington. The hallmarks of any university town – bookstores, coffeehouses, cafes, and, of course, watering holes – are situated on the streets surrounding the university. Some of Arlington’s most affordable leasing options can be found here as well, although we should warn you that many campus area crash pads offer minimal living space (500-600 square feet) and only the most basic amenities.

Working professionals. During the early 90s technology boom, DFW was flooded by tech professionals, many of whom have hung around and become permanent Metroplex fixtures. Several manufacturing, financial, and medical corporations are headquartered in Arlington, while the city’s various retail destinations, entertainment attractions, and educational institutions continue to employ large numbers of local residents as well. Considering the flourishing job market, it should come as no surprise that the city’s population has spiked nearly 15 percent since the year 2000.

Married couples and families. Married couples with children account for approximately 40 percent of Arlington’s residents, and it’s not hard to see why: The city offers tons of amenities, including supermarkets or convenient stores at practically every corner and countless shopping and dining options. Many areas of Arlington (Mansfield, Lindberg, and Dalworthington Gardens, to name just a few) are custom-built offering easy access to entertainment destinations, and major employers. Other popular family destinations include an amusement/water park and a variety of parks, trails, and sporting fields. Arlington is also home of the Dallas Cowboys’ gargantuan super stadium and the Rangers Ballpark (cheer up, Texans, the pain of the 2010 and 2011 World Series will eventually wear off!)

The Travel Situation

Arlington holds the dubious distinction of being the largest American city without a bona fide public transportation system (nifty, eh?). Unsurprisingly, traffic is a multi-headed monster during afternoon/evening rush hour, and each of the four major freeways that service the city experience a daily dose of uber-aggravating gridlock. Our advice: do some Jedi mind tricks or something and convince yourself you actually like traffic, because it’s about to become a regular part of your daily routine either way.

Playing it Safe

Arlington is, generally speaking, a good place to live. The more modern ‘hoods and apartments are generally clustered in the far northern, far southern, and western districts. But don’t take our word for it. Visit a neighborhood in advance (both under the sun and moon) to see if it feels like a good, comfortable fit for you before signing a lease.

Tips and Truisms for Lone Star Leasers

A few things to keep in mind before embarking on the search for your dream apartment:

A wide range. Arlington apartments range from simple studios in the $400 range to sprawling lofts, condos, and townhouses for close to two grand. Generally, the more reasonably priced rentals are centrally-located near the urban core (though not always), while the more spacious, pricey rentals are situated by the country clubs and lakes near the outskirts. But whether you’re spending two grand or two hundo (how’s that for a leasing special?) for your apartment, plan on spending an extra chunk of change on utilities during the summer months, when temperatures routinely surpass 100 degrees, sending tenants’ air conditioning units into hyper-drive.

‘Tis the season. Move-in specials are easy to find throughout Arlington, and apartments are available at the majority of complexes throughout the year. If you want the absolute best deals, though, wait until the end of the spring and winter semesters. Rental properties throughout Arlington (not just in the campus area apartments) typically experience drops in occupancy rates during these periods, and landlords often try to entice new tenants with dynamite move-in specials.

Pet-friendliness (but at a price). The good news is that it’s not hard to find landlords in Arlington who allow pets, including dogs. Unfortunately, most property managers charge some pretty steep one-time pet fees (up to $500 non-refundable). So don’t hesitate to bring along Fido. But encourage him to get a part-time job or something to help pay the rent.

The basics. You’ll need the usual documents and credentials to score an apartment in Arlington, including a respectable enough renting/credit history, proof of income, and a list of previous residences. Most apartments require an upfront (usually returnable) security deposit from new tenants, while some charge one-time cleaning/maintenance fees as well. If you’re a student who lacks money, credit, or a renting history, you’ll need a cosigner to sign the dotted line alongside you.

And now for the exciting part: scouring the Lone Star State for the apartment of your wildest dreams (assuming your wildest dreams involve apartments). Anyhow, best of luck, happy hunting, and welcome to Arlington!

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

Apartment List has released results for Arlington 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.

“Arlington renters expressed general satisfaction with their city,” says Andrew Woo, Director of Data Science at Apartment List. “They gave most categories average or above-average scores.”

Key findings in Arlington include the following:

  • Arlington renters give their city a B overall for satisfaction.
  • The highest-rated categories for Arlington were its affordability and state and local taxes, which both received an A score from renters.
  • Renters also gave above-average scores to local job and career opportunities (A-) and the quality of local schools (B+).
  • Arlington renters were somewhat satisfied with safety and low crime rates (B).
  • The biggest source of dissatisfaction for renters in Arlington is access to public transit, which received an F.
  • Compared to other large cities in the Dallas/Fort Worth metro, Arlington renters were less satisfied than those in Plano (A-) and Fort Worth (B+). However, Arlington has more satisfied renters than Dallas (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.