Bed:1 - 2 Bath:1 Sq Ft:530 - 950
Bed:Studio - 2 Bath:1 - 2 Sq Ft:450 - 1035
Denver is a large city and you will find Denver rentals in a lot of places. You can find pretty much anything you are looking for in Denver quite easily too. If you want pet friendly you can have it, if you want a place where you won’t have to park on the street you can have it, if you want a building with a fitness center that is accessible 24 hours you can have that too. And the list goes on but all these conveniences will come at a price, but this isn’t the only thing that affects the price.
It is well known that apartment rental prices in Denver varies depending on where they are and what you get in the apartment. You will also see that demand affects the prices as well as when there is not a lot of demand for apartments the prices go up and when there is a lot the prices go down. The good thing is that if you are earning below a certain income level you will qualify for low income housing which is quite affordable and quite tasteful with all the amenities you would expect from a top quality apartment.
Then there are some small apartment rentals in Denver CO that are operated by the owner of the building where you may have the opportunity to negotiate the quoted rental price. If you want to do this wait until you physically look at the place to try and negotiate the price and be careful you don’t offend the owner or landlord by low balling the price.
You will find mainly Denver apartments that have 1 and 2 bedrooms. On average a 1 bedroom apartment (outside of the low income bracket) with one bathroom will cost around $750 per month. This price has increased since the beginning of 2011 but only by a few bucks. For a two bedroom apartment you can expect to pay around $950 per month and this also is outside of the low income bracket. These prices have seen an increase from the prices in 2010 but not by too much; on average around $20 per month.
Since the beginning of the year a lot of Denver rentals have been increasing their prices. For one particular apartment the prices have increased every month for the last three months. In February the rent for a studio apartment was $857 per month, in March it went up to $885 and then in April to $911. For a 1 bedroom apartment the price is fluctuating; in February it cost $903 and then in March it cost $901 then in April it went up to $921 per month. For a 2 bedroom apartment the price went from $1182 in February to $1165 in March and $1157 in April. For three bedroom apartments the price went from $1730 in February to $1647 in March and then back up to $1747 in April. These are clear indications of how easily the prices for rentals in Denver Colorado can move from low to high or vice versa.
If you really need to get bang for your buck go through one of the websites that offer you cash back if you mention that you found rentals in Denver CO through them. These can be up to $200 and that is a lot of money when your rent is $750 per month.
Bear in mind that the cost of living in this city is 35% above the national average so you can expect high prices once you come to the city but that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to afford some nice Denver apartments once you decide to move.
Apartments in Denver, CO
Bed:1 - 2 Bath:1 Sq Ft:675 - 950
Bed:1 - 2 Bath:1 - 2 Sq Ft:772 - 1244
Bed:1 - 3 Bath:1 - 2 Sq Ft:687 - 1348
Bed:1 - 2 Bath:1 - 2 Sq Ft:670 - 1017
Bed:1 - 3 Bath:1 - 2 Sq Ft:720 - 1870