Menu

Apartments and Homes for RentOver the past few weeks we’ve shown you apartments for rent in cities across the country and, post-by-post, the kinds of homes one can get at escalating prices. Most recently, we did apartments you can get for $3,000 in rent.

This week, we’re ramping it up again and showing you what you can get for $3,500 per month in rent in some of America’s best, most expensive cities.

Using Zillow’s search by monthly rent feature (image, left), you can easily browse cities and neighborhoods to see what’s for rent in any price range. Not only can you see apartments for rent on Zillow, but you can also post your home for rent!

New York, NY: $3,495/month

For Rent – 259 W 4th St. APT 12 New York, NY 10014

New York Apartments for Rent

> See more New York, NY apartments for rent

*****

Boston, MA: $3,200/month

For Rent – 1 Devonshire Place #PH 30 Boston, MA 02109

Boston, MA Apartments for Rent

> See more Boston, MA apartments for rent

*****

San Francisco, CA: $3,300/month

For Rent – 1233 Howard St. APT 2A San Francisco, CA 94103

San Francisco, CA Apartments for Rent

> See more San Francisco, CA apartments for rent

*****

Seattle, WA: $3,100/month

For Rent – 1950 Alaskan Way APT 337 Seattle, WA 98101

Seattle, WA Apartments for Rent

> See more Seattle, WA apartments for rent

*****

Chicago, IL: $3,500/month

For Rent – 230 W Division St. APT 1506 Chicago, IL 60610

Chicago, IL Apartments for Rent

> See more Chicago, IL apartments for rent

*****

Washington, D.C.: $3,300/month

For Rent – 1515 16th St NW APT 1D Washington, DC 20036

Washington D.C. Apartments for Rent

> See more Washington, D.C. apartments for rent

If you’re interested in doing some searches of your own, take a look Zillow’s apartments and homes for rent or, post your own home for rent.

Find a property manager in San Francisco

  • http://www.socialnews.biz Residential Real Estate

    Based on your data buying vs. renting definitely seems to be a very local decision. In some spots, it seems much better to rent. Especially in the big cities.

  • http://www.brainardridge.com Windham NY Real Estate

    Interesting post. Real Estate is having a big part on the business world, on real estate, selling is not as easy as eating peanuts, you need to have the guts, proper marketing and being honest on what you are selling but definitely real estate is really a great investment because it gives a lot of opportunity.Brainard Ridge Realty is a full-service real estate brokerage and development company, specializing in Timberframe and Custom Log Homes.

  • http://www.miamicondoshop.com Miami Condo Shop

    Considering all things are equal, it’s almost always a better idea to own your home rather than to rent. You get to build equity and write off your mortgage interest. However, this does not necessarily mean that everyone ought to be a homeowner. If your move is only short-term or if property values are falling, it may be advisable to deal with a landlord for a while.

  • http://www.boatinsurance.org/ Jonathon S.

    It’s great to see how far your money will go in different cities!

  • Pingback: What You Get for $4,000 in Rent

You also might like...

Source:  Tex Texin  via  Flickr Creative Commons

Skeletons in the Closet: Buying and Selling a Home with a Notorious Past

Source: Brook Ward via  Flickr Creative Commons

10 Things Non-Pittsburghers Might Not Know About the Steel City

Source:  Ivy Dawned  via  Flickr Creative Commons

Agent, Broker & Attorney: Understanding Their Roles in Your Real Estate Transaction

Source:  Tim Reckmann  via  Flickr Creative Commons

Can Shopping Around for a Mortgage Keep You from Getting One?

Subscribe for Zillow Blog updates

We will not rent, share or spam your account, ever. Please read and review our privacy policy.

You can also stay updated by following us below

instagram googleplus pinterest