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11 Apartments for rent in Yakima, WA

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208 S 47th Ave
208 South 47th Avenue
Yakima, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
900 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:37 AM
Available 11/08/20 Quant Bungalow in great neighborhood - Property Id: 402005 Quant little home tucked away from the road in a nice quite neighborhood. New painted inside and out. New light fixtures throughout home inside and out.
1 Unit Available
1509 Swan Ave
1509 Swan Avenue
Yakima, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,095
1108 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:36 AM
1509 Swan Ave Available 11/15/20 Jevons Property Management presents 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Single Family Home - Pets Okay - 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms single-family home near McGuiness Park.
1 Unit Available
5306 Douglas Drive
5306 Douglas Drive
Yakima, WA
1 Bedroom
$600
1000 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 08:44 AM
One room in 2550 square foot home with kitchen use. Washer and dryer and fridge in quiet nieborhood with a view. Great for medical student or single person. No pets. Call
1 Unit Available
3616 Fairbanks Ave, Unit 3
3616 Fairbanks Avenue
Yakima, WA
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
3616 Fairbanks Ave, Unit 3 Available 04/09/20 2 Bedroom, 1 1/2 Bath Townhouse - New to Rent Ready Property Management, LLC! (Actual pictures coming soon, these pictures are of the next door unit!) Located in central Yakima, just a short drive to
1 Unit Available
202 North 21st Avenue
202 North 21st Avenue
Yakima, WA
4 Bedrooms
$1,195
2409 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
4bd/1.
1 Unit Available
6205 Crestfields
6205 Crestfields Road
Yakima, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1464 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
West Valley 3br 2ba home - West Valley 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home. Open-concept living room/kitchen with bar counter, dining room, master suite with garden tub and stand up shower, walk-in closet.
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1 Unit Available
8405 Aspen Road
8405 Aspen Road
Ahtanum, WA
2 Bedrooms
$995
800 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 06:51 PM
8405 Aspen Ave, Yakima WA Rent $995, Deposit $895, Expected Availability: October 1st - 7th (subject to current tenant returning keys and leaving unit rent ready) Septic is billed in addition to rent at $30 per month Directions: West on Ahtanum
1 Unit Available
1914 South 3rd Avenue
1914 South 3rd Avenue
Union Gap, WA
1 Bedroom
$725
736 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
1914 South 3rd Avenue Available 05/25/20 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Home with 2 Car Garage - 1914 S.
1 Unit Available
2300 Landon Lane
2300 Landon Avenue
Union Gap, WA
4 Bedrooms
$2,400
2400 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
2300 N Landon Lane - Newer Home !! - NEW Home 4 you! A very large, and spacious 2400 square foot, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathroom house with an oversized 2 car attached garage. All appliances are included.
1 Unit Available
2015 S. 4th ave
2015 South 4th Avenue
Union Gap, WA
1 Bedroom
$725
616 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
Union Gap 1 bedroom house with garage - Union Gap 1 bedroom home with all new flooring, new countertops, tenants supply their own fridge, bathroom remodel, washer/dryer hookup, large garage, shop, large lawn, deck.
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1 Unit Available
903 Riverview Avenue
903 Riverview Avenue
Selah, WA
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
2958 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:36 AM
903 Riverview Avenue Available 11/14/20 This LARGE, PRIVATE Home in Selah Will NOT Last Long! - This spacious, beautiful home will not be available long! Find your new home before winter hits, and enjoy not one, but two living rooms, office space,
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City Guide

Yakima
Yakima, Washington

Psst! Down here! Looking for some extra information on Yakima? Well, we’ve got it! First and foremost, let’s have a little lesson on pronunciation, shall we? Yakima: emphasis on the “Yak”, glide right through the “i”, and make sure to top it off with a good hearty “maw”. Definition? The eighth largest city in Washington state. Yakima is located in the Yakima Valley, which is a premiere production area for apples and wine (and, apple wine, we assume), as well as one of the nation’s top producers of hops. Nestled between beautiful, scenic mountains, Yakima is a small-town place with a certain Pacific Northwestern charm.

Yakima, Washington
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Psst! Down here! Looking for some extra information on Yakima? Well, we’ve got it! First and foremost, let’s have a little lesson on pronunciation, shall we? Yakima: emphasis on the “Yak”, glide right through the “i”, and make sure to top it off with a good hearty “maw”. Definition? The eighth largest city in Washington state. Yakima is located in the Yakima Valley, which is a premiere production area for apples and wine (and, apple wine, we assume), as well as one of the nation’s top producers of hops. Nestled between beautiful, scenic mountains, Yakima is a small-town place with a certain Pacific Northwestern charm.

Home Sweet Home

Even though Yakima may seem small, it has a pretty sizeable population of about 90,000. An even larger “metropolitan” population technically lives outside the city limits or in nearby smaller cities, but heads to Yakima for work and play. Many people choose to live outside the city proper for a multitude of reasons, which might explain why many who live within the city limits typically rent -- 47% to be exact. Some of the best things about renting in Yakima, though, are that prices tend to be slightly lower than average for Washington, and there are plenty of different housing types to choose from.

Yakima in Style: The most plentiful pads are single-family rental homes, which come in all shapes and sizes. These typically have fully-applianced kitchens, a parking space or garage, and almost always have hookups for a washer and dryer, so you may want to plan on bringing your own if having clean laundry is something you dig. The same rules apply to apartments, though it’s more likely they’ll have a coin-op laundry room in the building. As far as apartments go, smaller buildings and low-level complexes are pretty easy to find. The third most common type of housing is the duplex, which operates along the same lines as stand-alone houses, but may be a little less spacious.

Extras and Fees: Most places won’t have many utilities included, especially houses. Some older apartment buildings have steam radiators, in which case gas heat is likely to be included, but always ask! Pet fees are common if the place allows pets, and an application fee of $20 - $30 to cover a background check isn’t unheard of. Unlike the standard in most areas, security deposits in Yakima are typically a little less than the cost of one month’s rent.

Home Sweet Home
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Even though Yakima may seem small, it has a pretty sizeable population of about 90,000. An even larger “metropolitan” population technically lives outside the city limits or in nearby smaller cities, but heads to Yakima for work and play. Many people choose to live outside the city proper for a multitude of reasons, which might explain why many who live within the city limits typically rent -- 47% to be exact. Some of the best things about renting in Yakima, though, are that prices tend to be slightly lower than average for Washington, and there are plenty of different housing types to choose from.

Yakima in Style: The most plentiful pads are single-family rental homes, which come in all shapes and sizes. These typically have fully-applianced kitchens, a parking space or garage, and almost always have hookups for a washer and dryer, so you may want to plan on bringing your own if having clean laundry is something you dig. The same rules apply to apartments, though it’s more likely they’ll have a coin-op laundry room in the building. As far as apartments go, smaller buildings and low-level complexes are pretty easy to find. The third most common type of housing is the duplex, which operates along the same lines as stand-alone houses, but may be a little less spacious.

Extras and Fees: Most places won’t have many utilities included, especially houses. Some older apartment buildings have steam radiators, in which case gas heat is likely to be included, but always ask! Pet fees are common if the place allows pets, and an application fee of $20 - $30 to cover a background check isn’t unheard of. Unlike the standard in most areas, security deposits in Yakima are typically a little less than the cost of one month’s rent.

Yakima Facts

Yakima has long been affected by its physical location. It’s not too far from larger cities like Spokane and Seattle, yet is far enough away to be surrounded by the uninterrupted beauty of the outdoors. Mountains, rivers, and lakes dot the land, and natural areas are all over. An arboretum and botanical garden are within city limits, and Mount Rainier National Park is just a quick jaunt to the Northeast.

Agricultural Economy: Settlers began to move into the area in the early 1800s, after the Lewis and Clark expedition passed through and discovered the fertile soils of the Yakima Valley. Not only are the soil conditions very similar to the wine country of France, but due to nearby mountains, Yakima is located in a rain shadow that creates an optimal amount of rainfall. Today, the valley is known for its crops: fruits, vegetables, hops, and wine grapes all grow in abundance here, and the agriculture industry keeps the economy afloat even in hard times. Though it’s the largest city in the area, Yakima isn’t much of a commercial center. Most of the local big-box shopping is located in nearby Union Gap, with Yakima hosting more tourist areas and small shops.

Transportation: The city manages a public transportation service, Yakima Transit, which provides limited-schedule fixed-route buses, and commuter vanpools in Yakima and two nearby cities: Selah and Terrace Heights.

Yakima has some unique qualities and attractions that make it an interesting “getaway” type town in the northern Rockies. Perhaps, for you, it will be less of a getaway and more of a home, but you can never know until you check it out for yourself.

Yakima Facts
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Yakima has long been affected by its physical location. It’s not too far from larger cities like Spokane and Seattle, yet is far enough away to be surrounded by the uninterrupted beauty of the outdoors. Mountains, rivers, and lakes dot the land, and natural areas are all over. An arboretum and botanical garden are within city limits, and Mount Rainier National Park is just a quick jaunt to the Northeast.

Agricultural Economy: Settlers began to move into the area in the early 1800s, after the Lewis and Clark expedition passed through and discovered the fertile soils of the Yakima Valley. Not only are the soil conditions very similar to the wine country of France, but due to nearby mountains, Yakima is located in a rain shadow that creates an optimal amount of rainfall. Today, the valley is known for its crops: fruits, vegetables, hops, and wine grapes all grow in abundance here, and the agriculture industry keeps the economy afloat even in hard times. Though it’s the largest city in the area, Yakima isn’t much of a commercial center. Most of the local big-box shopping is located in nearby Union Gap, with Yakima hosting more tourist areas and small shops.

Transportation: The city manages a public transportation service, Yakima Transit, which provides limited-schedule fixed-route buses, and commuter vanpools in Yakima and two nearby cities: Selah and Terrace Heights.

Yakima has some unique qualities and attractions that make it an interesting “getaway” type town in the northern Rockies. Perhaps, for you, it will be less of a getaway and more of a home, but you can never know until you check it out for yourself.

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City Guide

Yakima
Yakima, Washington

Psst! Down here! Looking for some extra information on Yakima? Well, we’ve got it! First and foremost, let’s have a little lesson on pronunciation, shall we? Yakima: emphasis on the “Yak”, glide right through the “i”, and make sure to top it off with a good hearty “maw”. Definition? The eighth largest city in Washington state. Yakima is located in the Yakima Valley, which is a premiere production area for apples and wine (and, apple wine, we assume), as well as one of the nation’s top producers of hops. Nestled between beautiful, scenic mountains, Yakima is a small-town place with a certain Pacific Northwestern charm.

Yakima, Washington
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Psst! Down here! Looking for some extra information on Yakima? Well, we’ve got it! First and foremost, let’s have a little lesson on pronunciation, shall we? Yakima: emphasis on the “Yak”, glide right through the “i”, and make sure to top it off with a good hearty “maw”. Definition? The eighth largest city in Washington state. Yakima is located in the Yakima Valley, which is a premiere production area for apples and wine (and, apple wine, we assume), as well as one of the nation’s top producers of hops. Nestled between beautiful, scenic mountains, Yakima is a small-town place with a certain Pacific Northwestern charm.

Home Sweet Home

Even though Yakima may seem small, it has a pretty sizeable population of about 90,000. An even larger “metropolitan” population technically lives outside the city limits or in nearby smaller cities, but heads to Yakima for work and play. Many people choose to live outside the city proper for a multitude of reasons, which might explain why many who live within the city limits typically rent -- 47% to be exact. Some of the best things about renting in Yakima, though, are that prices tend to be slightly lower than average for Washington, and there are plenty of different housing types to choose from.

Yakima in Style: The most plentiful pads are single-family rental homes, which come in all shapes and sizes. These typically have fully-applianced kitchens, a parking space or garage, and almost always have hookups for a washer and dryer, so you may want to plan on bringing your own if having clean laundry is something you dig. The same rules apply to apartments, though it’s more likely they’ll have a coin-op laundry room in the building. As far as apartments go, smaller buildings and low-level complexes are pretty easy to find. The third most common type of housing is the duplex, which operates along the same lines as stand-alone houses, but may be a little less spacious.

Extras and Fees: Most places won’t have many utilities included, especially houses. Some older apartment buildings have steam radiators, in which case gas heat is likely to be included, but always ask! Pet fees are common if the place allows pets, and an application fee of $20 - $30 to cover a background check isn’t unheard of. Unlike the standard in most areas, security deposits in Yakima are typically a little less than the cost of one month’s rent.

Home Sweet Home
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Even though Yakima may seem small, it has a pretty sizeable population of about 90,000. An even larger “metropolitan” population technically lives outside the city limits or in nearby smaller cities, but heads to Yakima for work and play. Many people choose to live outside the city proper for a multitude of reasons, which might explain why many who live within the city limits typically rent -- 47% to be exact. Some of the best things about renting in Yakima, though, are that prices tend to be slightly lower than average for Washington, and there are plenty of different housing types to choose from.

Yakima in Style: The most plentiful pads are single-family rental homes, which come in all shapes and sizes. These typically have fully-applianced kitchens, a parking space or garage, and almost always have hookups for a washer and dryer, so you may want to plan on bringing your own if having clean laundry is something you dig. The same rules apply to apartments, though it’s more likely they’ll have a coin-op laundry room in the building. As far as apartments go, smaller buildings and low-level complexes are pretty easy to find. The third most common type of housing is the duplex, which operates along the same lines as stand-alone houses, but may be a little less spacious.

Extras and Fees: Most places won’t have many utilities included, especially houses. Some older apartment buildings have steam radiators, in which case gas heat is likely to be included, but always ask! Pet fees are common if the place allows pets, and an application fee of $20 - $30 to cover a background check isn’t unheard of. Unlike the standard in most areas, security deposits in Yakima are typically a little less than the cost of one month’s rent.

Yakima Facts

Yakima has long been affected by its physical location. It’s not too far from larger cities like Spokane and Seattle, yet is far enough away to be surrounded by the uninterrupted beauty of the outdoors. Mountains, rivers, and lakes dot the land, and natural areas are all over. An arboretum and botanical garden are within city limits, and Mount Rainier National Park is just a quick jaunt to the Northeast.

Agricultural Economy: Settlers began to move into the area in the early 1800s, after the Lewis and Clark expedition passed through and discovered the fertile soils of the Yakima Valley. Not only are the soil conditions very similar to the wine country of France, but due to nearby mountains, Yakima is located in a rain shadow that creates an optimal amount of rainfall. Today, the valley is known for its crops: fruits, vegetables, hops, and wine grapes all grow in abundance here, and the agriculture industry keeps the economy afloat even in hard times. Though it’s the largest city in the area, Yakima isn’t much of a commercial center. Most of the local big-box shopping is located in nearby Union Gap, with Yakima hosting more tourist areas and small shops.

Transportation: The city manages a public transportation service, Yakima Transit, which provides limited-schedule fixed-route buses, and commuter vanpools in Yakima and two nearby cities: Selah and Terrace Heights.

Yakima has some unique qualities and attractions that make it an interesting “getaway” type town in the northern Rockies. Perhaps, for you, it will be less of a getaway and more of a home, but you can never know until you check it out for yourself.

Yakima Facts
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Yakima has long been affected by its physical location. It’s not too far from larger cities like Spokane and Seattle, yet is far enough away to be surrounded by the uninterrupted beauty of the outdoors. Mountains, rivers, and lakes dot the land, and natural areas are all over. An arboretum and botanical garden are within city limits, and Mount Rainier National Park is just a quick jaunt to the Northeast.

Agricultural Economy: Settlers began to move into the area in the early 1800s, after the Lewis and Clark expedition passed through and discovered the fertile soils of the Yakima Valley. Not only are the soil conditions very similar to the wine country of France, but due to nearby mountains, Yakima is located in a rain shadow that creates an optimal amount of rainfall. Today, the valley is known for its crops: fruits, vegetables, hops, and wine grapes all grow in abundance here, and the agriculture industry keeps the economy afloat even in hard times. Though it’s the largest city in the area, Yakima isn’t much of a commercial center. Most of the local big-box shopping is located in nearby Union Gap, with Yakima hosting more tourist areas and small shops.

Transportation: The city manages a public transportation service, Yakima Transit, which provides limited-schedule fixed-route buses, and commuter vanpools in Yakima and two nearby cities: Selah and Terrace Heights.

Yakima has some unique qualities and attractions that make it an interesting “getaway” type town in the northern Rockies. Perhaps, for you, it will be less of a getaway and more of a home, but you can never know until you check it out for yourself.