3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent in Austin, TX
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Rent prices in Austin's popular neighborhoods
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Austin’s average rent reached $1,417 in April
Austin’s average rent reached $1,417 in April, after a 0.5% decrease since last year. A thriving economic and cultural center and a renter-majority city (51%), Austin is a popular location to call home, with apartment rents similar to the national average of $1,417. [View Full Report]
Austin’s average rent reached $1,417 in April
Austin’s average rent reached $1,417 in April, after a 0.5% decrease since last year. A thriving economic and cultural center and a renter-majority city (51%), Austin is a popular location to call home, with apartment rents similar to the national average of $1,417.
While the average rent for an apartment in Austin decreased, in Cedar Park ($1,351) prices saw a 2.3% rise since last year. Meanwhile, apartment rates in Round Rock went up by 3.3%, reaching a $1,244 average.
What it costs to rent in the largest renter hubs in the Austin area
San Marcos, the city with the largest renter share (69%) in the Austin area, has a $1,453 average rent, after a 0.3% annual decrease. Austin comes in second, followed by Round Rock, where 37% of residents are tenants.
Buda has the fourth largest share of renters (34%), with apartments going for $1,317, after a 6.4% annual increase. Last but not least, Kyle's 31% share of renters places it fifth among the area’s renter hubs. The city’s average rent reached $1,199 in April , going up by 0.1% in the past year.
The priciest and cheapest cities for renters in the Austin area
San Marcos is the priciest city for renters in the Austin area, with apartments renting for $1,453 per month. Leander’s $1,444 rate is the second most expensive, while apartments in Austin ($1,417) come in third.
For renters in search of budget-friendly apartments, Kyle's $1,199 average rent is the cheapest in the Austin area, followed by Round Rock's $1,244 rate. Pflugerville rentals are the third least pricey on the list, with a $1,295 average rent as of April.
Austin apartment rents in popular ZIP codes for renters
Among Austin's most popular renter ZIP codes, 78741 has a $1,325 average rent, below the city average ($1,417). At the same time, rentals in ZIP 78758 go for $1,347, while prices in ZIP 78704 circle around $1,607. Apartment rents in ZIP 78759 clock in at around $1,248, lower than the Austin average, while rates in ZIP 78753 average at $1,136.
Check out how average rents evolved across the Austin area
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The data on average rents included in our reports comes directly from competitively-rented (market-rate) large-scale multifamily properties (50+ units in size), via telephone survey. The data is compiled and reported by our sister company Yardi Matrix, a business development and asset management tool for brokers, sponsors, banks and equity sources underwriting investments in the multifamily, office, industrial and self-storage sectors. Fully-affordable properties are not included in the survey and are not reported in rental rate averages. Local rent reports include only cities with a statistically-relevant stock of large-scale multifamily properties of 50+ units.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the price of a 3 bedroom apartment in Austin, TX?
The price range of a 3 bedroom apartment is between $1,240 and $11,249. Search 3 bedroom apartments in Austin, TX.
How many 3 bedroom apartments for rent are available in Austin, TX on RENTCafé?
There are 80 3 bedroom rentals available on RENTCafé. Prices and availability in Austin, TX were last updated on 25 Jul 2021.
What is the average size of a 3 bedroom apartment in Austin, TX?
The average Austin, TX 3 bedroom apartment size is 1,330 sq. ft.
What are the advantages of renting a 3 bedroom apartment in Austin, TX?
Renting a 3 bedroom apartment offers extra space compared to a 2 bedroom apartment, suited for a family or for sharing it with someone else.
What are the downsides of renting a 3 bedroom apartment in Austin, TX?
A 3 bedroom apartment is more expensive than smaller units and it usually comes with higher utility costs. You might be interested in studio apartments, 1 bedroom apartments or 2 bedroom apartments, or browse all RENTCafé apartments for rent in Austin, TX.
Austin, TX Demographics
- Total Population950,807
Female 482,605Male 468,202
- Median Age33.3
Average Rent in Austin, TX
- Austin, TX Average Rental Price, June 2021 $1,539 /mo
Austin, TX Apartment Rent Ranges
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Austin, TX Households
- Total Number of Households380,392
Family 197,674Non-family 182,718
Children 102,757No Children 277,635
- Average People Per Household2.44
- Median Household Income$71,576
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,397
Austin, TX Education Statistics
Renting a 3 bedroom apartment in Austin, TX
With 186 apartments in Austin, TX, it can be hard finding just the right 3 bedroom apartment. Before you even start thinking about size, price and features, you have to choose a neighborhood. And that’s no easy task, considering that, depending on the area, you get a wide range of rentals in Austin, TX, from very cheap to very expensive. Downtown Austin is the most expensive neighborhood of Austin, TX with rents as high as $8,758, while in more affordable areas like Harris Ridge the monthly rent can be as low as $1,164. Then you also have to factor in the distance to work, kindergarten and/or school. It’s an important decision, as most likely you’re going to spend the next couple of years in this apartment with your family. You are not just searching for an apartment to live in, you’re searching for a home. The internet is supposed to help, but it only confuses you further with redundant lists of things you should pay attention to. We know the feeling very well. Let us give you just one piece of advice: take the rational path and get your priorities right. The only person who knows what type of apartment you need is you. Create a mental or written list of things you absolutely cannot live without, filter accordingly. If a balcony or a garage is absolutely crucial, then head on to the filters section and check the ones you want. This way you will save time by skipping the apartments that don’t meet your criteria.
Is choosing a cheap apartment worth it?
There are certainly plenty of options among our 186 available units in Austin, TX if you’re considering also cheap 3 bedroom apartments. But are they worth considering? Certainly. Yet, you should not get carried away with very low prices, as your decision is not affecting only you. Most probably you’re moving with a family, and for the next few years this will be the place where your children will create memories. Good or bad. Remember how much you hated staying between four walls when you were a kid? Are there any playgrounds or parks around? Neighborhood amenities are important too. Cheap apartments in Austin, TX have low prices mostly because of their location. Take into account your morning commute. With children morning commutes are quite long anyway, so moving to that amazing apartment in Harris Ridge can quickly become a drag if it’s on the opposite end of town than your job or the oldest one’s school. That being said, cheap apartments can be really good deals, but not at any price.