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6022 Gentle Knoll Lane
North Central Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$4,400
By Chris Menegay, 2 hours ago
3 Bed
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2 Bath
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3125 Rutz Street
Southwest Dallas, Southwest Dallas
$3,690
By Chris Menegay, 3 hours ago
4 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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5930 Victor Street
Junius Heights, Old East Dallas, Central Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$900
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By June, 8 hours ago
Private Room
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2 Bath
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246 Sqft
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5930 Victor Street
Junius Heights, Old East Dallas, Central Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$975
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By June, 10 hours ago
Private Room
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2 Bath
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159 Sqft
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2805 Rosedale Avenue
University Park, Northeast Dallas
$11,500
By John Weber, 1 day ago
5 Bed
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6.5 Bath
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3623 Routh Street
Oak Lawn, Central Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$2,600
By Amanda Mahoney, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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1.5 Bath
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6624 Westlake Avenue
Northeast Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$5,750
By Alexandra Marler, 1 day ago
5 Bed
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4 Bath
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4404 University Boulevard
University Park, Northeast Dallas
$4,500
By Clifford Wheeler, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2 Bath
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6815 Santa Maria Lane
Lakewood Trails, White Rock, Northeast Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$4,800
By Kelly Hosch, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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6416 Park Lane
Preston Hollow East, North Central Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$4,700
By Tucker Bomar, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2 Bath
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4425 Belclaire Avenue
Highland Park, Highland Park, Northeast Dallas
$13,000
By Jenny Wood, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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4.5 Bath
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7009 Eudora Drive
Hillcrest Forest, North Central Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$9,500
By Julie Provenzano, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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3.5 Bath
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4315 Beverly Drive
Highland Park, Highland Park, Northeast Dallas
$11,999
By Jonathan Rosen, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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3,306 Sqft
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1706 Kraft Street
Southwest Dallas, Southwest Dallas
$4,200
By Sal Khan, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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3 Bath
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1842 Nomas Street
Southwest Dallas, Southwest Dallas
$7,500
By Sal Khan, 1 day ago
5 Bed
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4 Bath
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2206 Boll Street
Uptown, Oak Lawn, Central Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$25,000
By Sue Krider, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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4611 Travis Street
Oak Lawn, Central Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$4,000
By Brandon Green, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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3.5 Bath
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4152 Emerson Avenue
University Park, Northeast Dallas
$5,600
By Jiehui Wan, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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3 Bath
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411 N Cavender Street
Beverly Hills, Southwest Dallas, Southwest Dallas
$2,800
By Thani Burke, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2 Bath
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8619 Angora Street
Little Forest Hills, Casa Linda-Casa View, Northeast Dallas, Northeast Dallas
$2,850
By Amy Sack, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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1 Bath
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Dallas

Dallas is one of the 10 largest cities in the entire country with a population of just under 1.3 million people. While it was once prominent for its oil and cotton industries, the economy of Dallas is now quite diverse and large. In addition to many skyscrapers and businesses, Dallas is also home to many shopping malls, museums, a large arts district and more. There is so much to do and see in Dallas, and the area is one of the fastest growing in the country.

Dallas Apartment for Rent

Dallas

Dallas is one of the 10 largest cities in the entire country with a population of just under 1.3 million people. While it was once prominent for its oil and cotton industries, the economy of Dallas is now quite diverse and large. In addition to many skyscrapers and businesses, Dallas is also home to many shopping malls, museums, a large arts district and more. There is so much to do and see in Dallas, and the area is one of the fastest growing in the country.
Atmosphere

They say everything is bigger in Texas, and this goes double for Dallas. There are skyscrapers galore, big personalities, and big business. As mentioned in the introduction, Dallas and the surrounding area was once famous for its role in the oil and cotton industries, but their economy has evolved big time. The overall GDP of the metropolitan area in DFW (Dallas-Fort Worth) is over $500 billion, making it one of the largest on the planet.

However, the Big D isn’t all about business, it is also a hub for recreation. Whatever your interests are they can be satisfied in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area. The area has major sports teams from every league, there are a number of great museums in the area, and Dallas features one of the largest Arts districts in the country.

With the weather being so good and mild throughout the year, there is also plenty to do outside in and around Dallas. Parks are plentiful around Dallas and there are lots of cycling and walking paths. Also, don’t underestimate the restaurants and bars in the area, as there are some real gems that can be found.

History

Dallas was formally incorporated as a city in 1856. With the construction of railroads in the area, Dallas became a business and trading area and experienced a boom. It became an industrial city and attracted people from all over the place. The city continues to be a major center to this day and has a varied and very diverse economy.

Despite the fact it has a great and diverse economy, and is a popular place to live, the rent in Dallas is actually quite affordable compared to other large cosmopolitan cities. The average rent in Dallas sits just over $1200. However, not everywhere in Dallas will be this cheap. Rent could be much higher (or lower) based on things like commuting times, safety, proximity to amenities, style of architecture, and other factors.

The options for real estate to rent and live in throughout Dallas are plentiful. While some of the homes and buildings in Dallas come from the late 19th century and early 20th century, much of the architecture is newer. As a result, those who prefer modernist, postmodernist, and other newer types of homes and apartments with find tons of viable options. However, there are some traditional options scattered throughout Dallas for those who want to rent somewhere older. Also, due to the size of Dallas, you have the options of living near the downtown or busier neighborhoods, but also in quieter or more suburban areas if that is what you prefer.

Getting Around

Like many other major cities in this country, driving is the primary mode of local transportation in Dallas. About 75-80% of all residents drive to work every day in Dallas, and the next most popular way of getting around is carpooling. Four different major interstate highways connect in Dallas, so there are plenty of ways to get in, out and around in the city. While congestion can be a problem with over a million people living in the city, the existence of many large roads and highways helps keep it to a minimum.

Despite the prevalence of driving, the city has been trying to make efforts to increase the viability and availability of alternative methods of transportation. These include the creation of bike paths, light rail lines, buses, and a trolley system. There are many stations (bus and rail) located throughout Dallas, and you will likely never be more than a few minutes away from a stop.

Universities Nearby
  • Southern Methodist University
  • University of Dallas
  • Texas Christian University

Check it Out
  • The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is a 66-acre series of gardens and fountains in Dallas. These offer visitors a fantastic place to walk, and also a great view of the Dallas skyline. The gardens and architecture here is beautiful, there is no other way to put it.
  • The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is one of the most popular cultural institutions in Dallas with well over 1 million visitors each year. There are tons of different permanent and visiting exhibits on a number of topics, so there is bound to be something you will love.
  • The Dallas World Aquarium is a zoo and aquarium in Dallas that houses a wide variety of animals, including many that are endangered. Tons of different animals are featured here, and the aquarium aims to not only entertain visitors, but also educate them as well.
  • Klyde Warren Park is a 5 acre public park in Dallas that serves as a public gathering space. It has a restaurant, performance stage, walking paths, green space, playgrounds and other cool features.
  • Even if you aren’t a big football fan, you should make an effort to check out AT&T Stadium. This is the home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and is one of the biggest and newest stadiums in the NFL. It is a mecca of entertainment and should be checked out.

For those interested, Dallas currently has 2,406 residential listings advertised on the market for rent. From data that we've compiled, listings range from $1,275 in the lower quartile to $2,679 in the upper quartile. Generally speaking, the median rental price is $1,765 or $20 / ft². For those interested in renting a listing in this search area, there are currently 12 studio, 870 one-bedroom, 828 two-bedroom, 517 three-bedroom, and 179 four+ bedroom properties available for rent.
For your convenience, we've included a more detailed breakdown of rental pricing by median bedroom sizes here:
Bedrooms Rent Rent / ft²
Studio $3,797 $0
1 BR $1,250 $21
2 BR $1,815 $19
3 BR $2,690 $20
4+ BR $4,250 $17

We make sure to refresh our rental listings every hour in order to provide you with the newest and most up-to-date inventory available on the market.

Dallas is located within the Dallas - Fort Worth - Arlington, TX Urban Area. This area currently has 5,516,663 residents in 1,956,261 households. Out of the total population, 33.97% of the residents speak another language at home instead of English. The majority of the inhabitants in this urban area are currently unmarried and have a median age of 34.

When looking at residents older than 25, 21.88% have graduated from high school, 21.92% have a bachelor's degree, and 11.46% have obtained their master's degree or above. Employment rate is typically around 65.1% and the median income in this urban area is $59,725.

At least 43.27% of those living in this urban area rents their homes. Most residents will commute to work by car with an average commute time of 27.2 minutes.

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