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143 apartments for rent near Richardson, TX

Marquis at Waterview
800 W Renner Rd
1 Bed
$1,271
2 Bed
$1,273
3 Bed
$1,902
Camden Buckingham
430 Buckingham Rd
1 Bed
$937
2 Bed
$1,236
Canterbury Courts
2600 E Renner Rd
1 Bed
$944
2 Bed
$1,295
3 Bed
$1,546
Post Eastside
1801 N Greenville Ave
Studio
$1,640
1 Bed
$975
2 Bed
$1,570
HOMES OF PRAIRIE SPRINGS
280 W Renner Rd
1 Bed
$1,243
2 Bed
$1,571
3 Bed
$2,155
Creekside Townhomes
3650 Custer Pky
1 Bed
$1,287
2 Bed
$1,788
3 Bed
$2,061
Parkside Towns
2230 Hibiscus Ave
2 Bed
$1,775
3 Bed
$2,250
Cutter's Point
1111 Abrams Rd
1 Bed
$892
2 Bed
$1,231
3 Bed
$1,271
Landmark at Preston Wood Apartment Homes
333 Prestonwood Dr
1 Bed
$917
2 Bed
$1,168
Results within 1 miles of Richardson, TX
Bel Air Oaks
700 W Plano Pkwy
1 Bed
$947
2 Bed
$1,129
3 Bed
$1,340
7421 Frankford
7421 Frankford Rd
1 Bed
$854
2 Bed
$1,258
3 Bed
$1,704
Aura One 90
680 Executive Dr
1 Bed
$1,125
2 Bed
$1,620
McCallum Communites
7740 McCallum Blvd
1 Bed
$715
2 Bed
$1,075
Junction 15
930 E 15th St
Studio
$945
1 Bed
$1,105
2 Bed
$1,499
Gateway Crossing
380 Vistacourt Dr
1 Bed
$950
2 Bed
$1,385
3 Bed
$2,035
Alta Market Central
3700 Mapleshade Ln
Studio
$1,100
1 Bed
$1,252
2 Bed
$1,700
The Westside
1515 Rio Grande Dr
1 Bed
$860
2 Bed
$1,135
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City Guide
Richardson
Every town has a shtick. What’s Richardson’s?

Richardson is most recognizable as the home of the “Telecom Corridor,” a vast business center where more than 5,000 companies including many of the world’s biggest technology giants are headquartered. The Corridor employs more than 80,000 people and is a big reason Richardson appears on so many of those “Best Places to Live in Texas” lists. How’s that for a “shtick?”

How’s the nightlife?

The city now sports a decent mix of dive bars, live music joints, hookah cafes, pub houses and other after-hours gathering spots. We don’t want to give you the impression that Richardson is Partytown, Texas, though, because it isn’t. Our advice for night owls: Dallas, with all its charms and hotspots, is just 12 miles away, so lean heavily on the big “D” for your after-hours kicks.

Is there public transportation available?

The Dallas Area Rapid Transit light rail does service the city and hits up the Corridor, but it’s more convenient for outsiders coming into the city than commuters looking to travel around Richardson itself. Just be sure to give yourself plenty of extra time for your daily commute until you get a feel for how long your journey takes.

Are apartments easy to come by in Richardson?

New units have sprung up in recent years around the Corridor, while plenty of other neighborhoods, from Buckingham along the southern edge all the way up to the Plano Road area, offer a fair share of apartments, condos, and houses for rent as well.

What can I expect from an apartment in Richardson?

Most of Richardson’s residential properties were built prior to the 1980s. Other apartments are brand-new or recently renovated, though, so don’t feel like you have to settle for a dated crash pad if you’d rather live in an ultramodern luxury unit. Just be sure to visit a place in advance to see you find its amenities and appearance agreeable or not.

Will an apartment cost me an arm and a leg?

Nope, just a thumb and a toe!

Kidding. Like much of North Texas, Richardson is remarkably affordable. Apartments might go for as much as a couple grand or as low as $500, depending on size and amenities, but a rule of thumb in Richardson is that if you’ve got a grand to spend on rent each month, you’ll have no problem finding an attractive 1-2BR apartment with decent amenities.

Any other advice for apartment shoppers?

Just be prepared. You’ll need a list of previous residences and proof of income to get approved for a lease, as well as a decent credit history (most landlords run background checks on prospective tenants). Or, you'll need a co-signer to piggyback their name onto your lease.

Leases range from 6 months to 1 year or even 2 years, and a few properties also offer short-term, corporate, and month-to-month leases. Chances are, when you sign your lease you’ll have to buck up a good-faith deposit, which is typically refundable if you take good care of your new humble abode.

Make sure you give your apartment a good inspection before settling in and make note (better yet, take pictures) of any blemish you notice. Most property managers in Richardson are almost always willing to fix any imperfections in your apartment (even the most minor ones) regardless of how long you’ve lived there, but it’s always easiest to get their attention before you’ve even unpacked.

Finally, don’t mess with Texas (why? because bumper stickers all over the state say so!) And on that note, you’re ready to begin the hunt for the perfect apartment. Welcome to Richardson and happy hunting!