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2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent in University Village, Chicago, IL - 3 Rentals available

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University Village, Chicago, IL Demographics

  • Total Population7,801
  • Female 4,039
    Male 3,762
  • Median Age31

Average Rent for 2 Bedroom apartments in University Village, Chicago, IL

  • The average rent for a 2 Bedroom apartment in University Village, Chicago, IL, October 2018$2,221/mo
  • Studio$1,702
  • 1 Bedroom$2,209
  • 2 Bedrooms$2,422
  • Studio$1,254
  • 1 Bedroom$1,771
  • 2 Bedroom$2,382

University Village, Chicago, IL 2 Bedroom Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $701-$1,00010%
  • $1,001-$1,50015%
  • $1,501-$2,0004%
  • > $2,00071%

University Village, Chicago, IL 2 Bedroom Apartment Rent Trends

Average Rent All rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
Oct / 2018 $2,221 $2,422
Jan / 2018 $2,221 $2,422
Sept / 2017 $2,118 $2,248
May / 2017 $2,053 $2,180
Jan / 2017 $1,954 $2,041
Sept / 2016 $1,956 $2,089
May / 2016 $1,949 $2,065
Jan / 2016 $1,939 $2,054
Sept / 2015 $1,881 $1,976
May / 2015 $1,848 $1,907

University Village, Chicago, IL Households

  • Total Number of Households3,069
  • Family 1,345
    Non-family 1,724
  • Children 602
    No Children 2,467
  • Average People Per Household2.29
  • Median Household Income$61,066
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,353

University Village, Chicago, IL Education Statistics

  • No High School6%
  • Some High School22%
  • Some College20%
  • Associate Degree4%
  • Bachelor Degree26%
  • Graduate Degree22%

Renting a 2 bedroom apartment in University Village, Chicago, IL

Welcome to 2-bedroom rental listings in University Village, Chicago, IL. You may know the neighborhood very well, but you might still feel lost among so many listings. It’s understandable, browsing through 3 rental properties can be a nerve wracking experience. We’ll give you a little sum-up, just so you know where you stand budget-wise and to be able to adjust your expectations realistically while looking for 2 bedroom apartment rentals. Now that you know where you stand budget-wise, let’s continue with a two-sentence real estate 101. Just as with most things in life, you can’t have everything. From great location, exquisite interiors and low price, you need to choose two. There you go, we’ve just summed up all the wisdom you could ever gather on “how to choose an apartment” articles on the internet.

Staying on the cheap side?

If you’ve made it this far, we guess one of your choices was low price. Very well. You can save big by making just minor sacrifices on location. After all, the difference between a 25 and 35-minute commute is just 10 minutes, while you are still basically living in University Village, Chicago, IL. Moving two blocks away from the street with all the best restaurants will save you from overspending and from a lot of noise. Then it’s also easy to get carried away by all the new high-tech indulgences newer apartments offer. But you always pay for those dearly and most of the time don’t even use them. Again, if you don’t really care that much about interior design then you’re in a good position to save money. While photographers from Elle magazine will certainly not be sending you requests for a cover-shoot, cheap 2 bedroom apartments still make great homes. It all depends on your priorities, so figure out what are your unique must-haves and nice-to-haves, then filter, sort, and browse through our 3 rental apartments until you land on the perfect one.