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187 apartments for rent near Jacinto City, TX

Last updated December 9 at 12:10PM
Results within 1 miles of Jacinto City, TX
Timber Ridge
12200 Fleming Dr
Updated November 24 at 12:05AM
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670 Maxey Rd
Updated November 28 at 7:07PM
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Results within 5 miles of Jacinto City, TX
Advenir at Stone Park
6160 E Sam Houston Pkwy N
Updated December 9 at 7:40AM
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Elysian at Liberty Hills
15330 Liberty River Dr
Updated December 9 at 12:10PM
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Riviera Pines
555 Normandy St
Updated December 9 at 6:28AM
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4011 Galveston Rd
Updated December 2 at 12:10AM
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La Mariposa Apartment Homes
2930 Plum Creek Ln
Updated December 8 at 6:48PM
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Results within 10 miles of Jacinto City, TX
The Redford
1221 Redford Rd
Updated October 18 at 9:38PM
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Market Square Tower
777 Preston St
Updated December 9 at 7:36AM
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The Millennium Kirby
7600 Kirby Dr
Updated December 9 at 7:35AM
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Elan Heights
825 Usener St
Updated December 9 at 7:39AM
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Pearl Washington
5454 Washington Ave
Updated December 9 at 7:40AM
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One Hermann Place
1699 Hermann Dr
Updated December 9 at 7:37AM
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Skyhouse Main
1725 Main St
Updated December 9 at 12:08PM
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City Guide
Jacinto City
Moving to Jacinto City

The first step to moving is looking for the right rental apartments for you. To do that, think of what you want out of house rentals. Do you want to live somewhere that is convenient for your commute? Do you want special amenities in apts for rent, like a dishwasher, multiple bathrooms and a fitness facility? Or, do you want a home in a community that you like and feel close to? Whatever it is, get your priorities clear before you search. Sometimes, the apartment inventory can be overwhelming, and you won't want to be led astray while you're looking.

Once you find apartment homes that you like, you should schedule appointments to see them. Seeing a home in person can make you feel sure that it's the right place for you (or not). Once you've decided which houses you're going to view, you should prepare to apply for an apartment. You're going to need to submit financial documents, such as bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs and proof of income. You should also prepare to put a deposit down once you do get approved for your apartment. Putting down a deposit is the only way you can take it off the market, so start pinching your pennies early!

Neighborhoods in Jacinto City

Before you move to any town, it's important to do research about it. After all, you want to get the lay of the land, and you want to make sure you're only considering homes in areas that you would actually like living in! Before you move to Jacinto City, do some research about the different neighborhoods in town. The list below could help! It contains some information about how each geographic neighborhood differs from another. By doing your research, you can save yourself a lot of time and energy on your housing hunt.

Western Jacinto City: This part of town is suburban paradise. Home to small streets with lots of yards and homes, this is a great place to look if you're looking to a rent a house. This neighborhood is also home to a great park, Wilke Park, so you should consider it if you like spending time outside.

Eastern Jacinto City: The eastern part of Jacinto City is the real commercial hub in town. It has things like a gym, stores, businesses and lots of restaurants. Pizza lovers will enjoy both the convenience of Little Caesars Pizza and the local feel of Village Pizza and Seafood. Popeye's Chicken and Biscuits is also just down the road. Want to be in the midst of the action? This is the place to live! You can also easily get to Houston from here via I-10, so it might be a good area to consider if you're commuting.

Living in Jacinto City

The drive to and from Houston is only about nine miles, so it can take less than 10 minutes to get there for work and play. Also, there's great public transportation around these parts, so you don't even have to have your own set of wheels to get into town.

If you decide to not leave town, there's plenty to do in Jacinto City. Exercise at 24-Hour Fitness or catch a movie at Cinemark Tinseltown. You could play outside with friends at Smith Park or Wilke Park, or you can enjoy the water views of the Hunting Bayou. If you're into big city excitement, just hop on into Houston. When you're there, you can enjoy one of the many world-class entertainment options, like one of the country's best opera companies, the Houston Grand Opera, or an NBA game with the Houston Rockets.