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2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent in Katy, TX - 102 Rentals available


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price of a 2 bedroom apartment in Katy, TX?

The price range of a 2 bedroom apartment is between $1,345 and $4,176. Search 2 bedroom apartments in Katy, TX.

How many 2 bedroom apartments for rent are available in Katy, TX on RENTCafé?

There are 40 2 bedroom rentals available on RENTCafé. Prices and availability in Katy, TX were last updated on 13 Jun 2021.

What is the average size of a 2 bedroom apartment in Katy, TX?

The average Katy, TX 2 bedroom apartment size is 1,138 sq. ft.

What are the advantages of renting a 2 bedroom apartment in Katy, TX?

2 bedroom apartments offer more space compared to 1 bedroom or studio apartments. They are more suitable for 2 persons.

What are the downsides of renting a 2 bedroom apartment in Katy, TX?

A 2 bedroom apartment is usually slightly more expensive than a 1 bedroom apartment. You might be interested in studio apartments, 1 bedroom apartments or 3 bedroom apartments, or browse all RENTCafé apartments for rent in Katy, TX.

Renter's Guide to Katy

Located on the West side of Houston, Katy is a small, Texas suburb with plenty to offer new residents. Mostly neighborhoods and nice communities, it’s a great place for families and young adults. The city is also home to a number of big-name corporations and distribution centers.

Size-wise, Katy encompasses 10.7 square miles. Compared to nearby Sugarland, which is 64 square miles, and The Woodlands, with 43 square miles, it’s quite small.

From Houston proper, Katy is about a 30-minute drive – or 29 miles – away. It’s also fairly close to many of Texas’ other big cities, including Austin (136 miles away), Dallas (257 miles away) and San Antonio (168 miles away).
Katy weather includes very hot summers and mild springs, falls and winters. Average high temperatures from June to September range from 100 to 104, while highs the rest of the year hover between the low-80s and mid-90s. Though the city rarely has snow or ice, it does experience a good amount of rainfall – particularly in the summer.

Katy, TX Demographics

  • Total Population20,202
  • Female 10,490
    Male 9,712
  • Median Age40

Cost of Living in Katy, TX

Overall, the cost of living in Katy Texas is lower than the national average, but slightly higher than the state average.
Public transportation in Katy is handled by the Houston Metro system, which services all of the greater Houston area. The Metro’s Park and Ride service, which allows you to park your vehicle for free and ride one of the Metro’s many bus routes, has a station located in Katy. Fare for these buses range from $1.25 to $4.50 per ride, or you may opt for a day pass or commuter fare card, both of which can save you money depending on your route.
For two people, a meal in at a mid-range Katy or Houston area restaurant would cost about $60.  One pint of draft, domestic beer would be $3.50, and a regular cappuccino would be $3.79. Some of the top restaurants in Katy include Salt & Pepper, Alegria Brazilian Grill, Antonia’s, Olive Garden, and Da Vinci Ristorante.
Utilities in Katy are on par with the rest of the state, but actually quite lower than the national average. For a 915 square foot apartment, you could expect to pay about $144 a month for things like electricity, heating and water.

Average Rent in Katy, TX

  • Katy, TX Average Rental Price, June 2021 $1,305 /mo

Katy, TX Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $701-$1,00012%
  • $1,001-$1,50064%
  • $1,501-$2,00021%
  • > $2,0003%

Katy, TX Rent Trends

Average Rent Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Mar / 2020 Jul / 2020 Nov / 2020 Jun / 2021
Katy, TX $1,254 $1,251 $1,251 $1,239 $1,265 $1,277 $1,256 $1,260 $1,274 $1,305
National $1,314 $1,345 $1,354 $1,358 $1,390 $1,397 $1,400 $1,392 $1,396 $1,407
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Living in Katy, TX

Life in Katy Texas can be a great one for many people. With lots of real estate options, safe neighborhoods, a prime location and tons of restaurants, shops and things to do, it’s a top choice for many Houston-area families.

Just like any city, there are pros and cons to living in Katy. Some of the biggest advantages come with how new the area is. Homes are new, neighborhoods are new and schools are new, so the city is very well kept and pretty. Katy is also known for its great school district, so it’s a top choice if you have little ones in the house.

On the downside, Katy is prone to flooding, like many other areas of Houston area. Flood insurance is a must should you decide to own a home in the area. Another downside of Katy – at least of the homes in the area – is that they can be quite pricy. This is simply because of the high number of people moving to the area and the demand for local housing.

Katy is a fairly diverse city, with a population breakdown that looks like this: 83 percent Caucasian, 4 percent African American and 8 percent other races. More than 23 percent of the population is of Hispanic or Latino descent.

Things to do in Katy

Katy is full of fun things to do and see, and since the area is rapidly growing, new shops, restaurants and forms of entertainment are cropping up all the time.

One of the top spots to visit in Katy is Mary Jo Peckham Park, a public park that boasts an indoor pool, workout facilities, fishing, a koi pond, mini golf, disc golf, a picnic area, a playground and hiking and biking trails. For shopping, the can’t miss place is Katy Mills Mall – a massive shopping mall with dozens of department stores, boutiques, restaurants and more. La Centerra is also another hot shopping destination. As for grocery stores, HEB has a nice selection of organic and vegan foods. And Party City is a great spot for birthday party supplies, baby shower favors, and Halloween costumes!

There are loads of fun things to do with kids in Katy. Main Event and Dave & Busters both offer an arcade, bowling, and other family fun, while Top Golf is a great choice for the older kids. There’s also the Katy Contemporary Art Museum, which charges just $2 for a child’s admission year round.

If you’ve got furry friends, Millie Bush Bark Park and the City of Katy Dog Park are both free places to take your pet for a little fun in the sun. There are also three public libraries to choose from, all of which are free to Katy residents, and the jumping water fountains at La Centerra are always free and open to the public.

Want to impress your significant other? You’re in luck. Katy is full of top-notch restaurants – like Texas Roadhouse or Red Lobster – as well as a number of movie theaters where you can catch a flick. Try the AMC Katy Mills 20, the Cinemark 19, or stop by the Alamo Drafthouse, and see a movie, get drinks and grab dinner all at once. If you’re into beer, stop by and check out Katy’s very own brewery, No Label.

One of the biggest events in Katy is the annual Rice Harvest Festival, which happens every year in October. The event offers a parade, food, shops and live entertainment and is just $10 for adults (but is free for children!) The Katy Freedom Celebration is another big annual event, ringing in Independence Day every July 4th with fireworks, a ceremony and more.

Katy is full of opportunities to expand your culture. To take in some history, stop by the Contemporary Art Museum, the Katy Heritage Museum, or the Katy War Veterans Memorial any day of the year. For performing arts, look to the New World Theater, which hosts plays, musicals, theater and dance classes, summer camps and more.

Employment and Economy

Katy is home to many big-name corporations, including the Igloo Corporation, Academy Sports and Outdoors, and BP America. The city’s main industries are energy and retail, and thanks to the Katy Mills Mall, La Centerra and others, jobs in Katy are abundant. Costco recently opened in the area and is one of the top employers in the city as well.

Katy, TX Households

  • Total Number of Households6,651
  • Family 5,407
    Non-family 1,244
  • Children 2,488
    No Children 4,163
  • Average People Per Household3.01
  • Median Household Income$83,091
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,203

Education in Katy

Katy is well-known for its top-performing educational options. The Katy Independent School District holds a “recognized” designation from the Texas Education Agency and boasts seven high schools, including Taylor High School, a former National Blue Ribbon School, and Katy High School, which dates back to 1898. The district also offers a career and technology center. The city is also home to a charter school – Aristoi Classical Academy – and two community college campuses: Houston Community College Northwest and the University of Houston at Cinco Ranch.

Katy, TX Education Statistics

  • No High School7%
  • Some High School31%
  • Some College24%
  • Associate Degree6%
  • Bachelor Degree19%
  • Graduate Degree14%

Tips for Renting in Katy

Though Katy doesn’t have any specific rules or statutes governing renters’ rights, under Texas state law, all tenants in the city are protected from any kind of landlord retaliation. This means they can complain to their landlord or to the city about unsafe living conditions or they may sue their landlord without fear of rising rents rates or eviction.

Renting a 2 bedroom apartment in Katy, TX

Renting a 2 bedroom apartment is ideal if you’re living with someone else, whether it’s your partner, your roommate, or your whole family. The second bedroom gives you enough space for more than one person or can come in handy as a home office that doubles as a guest bedroom. 2 bedroom apartment rentals in Katy, TX offer a generous 1,042 Sq.Ft. of living space for an average monthly rent of $1,929. Your apartment quest is going to be different depending on where and what you’re looking for.

Things to remember when looking for a cheap 2 bedroom apartment in Katy, TX

There is a series of factors that determine the price of a rental apartment in Katy, TX. Its location is probably at the top of the list. The closer a building is to the city center, or to a public transportation station, the more expensive it is. The same goes for buildings located in popular areas with a high density of quality dining, shopping and entertainment options. That’s because most renters would rather be close to where things are happening, thus creating an increased demand for those apartments. Another determinant is the quality of the building, as in how old it is, how well maintained, what amenities it offers. Similarly, the quality of the apartment unit itself is a factor. A furnished apartment will most certainly cost more than an unfurnished one. One that has newer appliances, or has been remodeled recently, is going to demand a higher price. On the flip side, you can find some really good deals if none of these factors are a priority for you. There are 25 apartment buildings in Katy, TX you can explore that offer all types of floor plans, including cheap 2 bedroom apartments.

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