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Apartments for Rent in Raleigh, NC - 1,184 Rentals available

  • (2)
    2920 Boone Trail, Raleigh, NC 27610
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • (6)
    3201 Walnut Creek Pkwy, Raleigh, NC 27606
    $885 - $1,863
    • 1-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 10022 Meadow Chase Drive, Raleigh, NC 27617
    $1,160 - $3,256
    • 1-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 4209 Lassiter Mill Road, Raleigh, NC 27609
    $1,049 - $4,561
    • Studio-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 717 Tucker Street, Raleigh, NC 27603
    $1,119 - $5,720
    • Studio-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • (2)
    6450 Viewpoint Circle, Raleigh, NC 27617
    $1,150 - $2,651
    • 1-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • (11)
    3800-2 Colby Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609
    $880 - $1,055
    • 1-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 2400 Cluette Dr., Raleigh, NC 27615
    $1,009 - $1,199
    • 1-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • (9)
    650 Lake Front Dr, Raleigh, NC 27613
    $835 - $1,556
    • 1-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • (2)
    8501 New Brunswick Lane, Raleigh, NC 27615
    $1,031 - $4,229
    • 1-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 3801 Glen Verde Trail #101, Raleigh, NC 27613
    $941 - $2,022
    • 1-3 Beds
    Last updated 2 Dec 2020
  • 2128 Clark Avenue, Raleigh, NC 27605
    $981 - $2,577
    • Studio-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 401 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, NC 27605
    $1,221 - $3,294
    • Studio-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • (2)
    2805 Par Drive, Raleigh, NC 27603
    $890 - $1,920
    • 1-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 7521 Windmill Harbor Way, Raleigh, NC 27617
    $1,038 - $1,722
    • 1-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 5825 Pointer Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609
    $850 - $1,190
    • 1-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • (4)
    1141 Crab Orchard Drive, Raleigh, NC 27606
    $804 - $1,879
    • Studio-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • (3)
    100 Hunt Club Lane, Raleigh, NC 27606
    $883 - $2,061
    • 1-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 835 Navaho Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609
    $945 - $1,380
    • 2-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 5900 Timber Creek Lane, Raleigh, NC 27612
    $970 - $1,655
    • 1-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • (23)
    4518 Tournament Drive, Raleigh, NC 27612
    $857 - $1,454
    • Studio-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 201 Park At North Hills Street, Raleigh, NC 27609
    $1,216 - $4,063
    • Studio-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 1328 Steinbeck Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609
    $830 - $1,345
    • Studio-2 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • 417 West Peace Street, Raleigh, NC 27603
    $1,345 - $3,970
    • Studio-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020
  • (2)
    2038 Quail Forest Dr, Raleigh, NC 27609
    $1,022 - $2,657
    • 1-3 Beds
    Last updated 3 Dec 2020

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Frequently Asked Questions

When were prices and availability in Raleigh, NC last updated?

Prices and availability in Raleigh, NC were last updated on 3 Dec 2020.

What are the best apartments in Raleigh, NC?

The best apartments in Raleigh, NC are: Village at Town Center, Maystone at Wakefield, Bacarra Apartments, 712 Tucker and Abberly Grove Apartment Homes.

What is the average rent in Raleigh, NC?

The average rent in Raleigh, NC is $1,238. Start your search for apartments in Raleigh, NC now.

What is the price range for a studio apartment in Raleigh, NC?

The price range for a studio apartment in Raleigh, NC is between $804 and $3,801. View all studio apartments in Raleigh, NC.

What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Raleigh, NC?

The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Raleigh, NC is between $795 and $3,456. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Raleigh, NC now.

What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Raleigh, NC?

The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Raleigh, NC is between $840 and $5,840. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Raleigh, NC.

What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Raleigh, NC?

The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Raleigh, NC is between $895 and $4,577. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Raleigh, NC.

Renter's Guide to Raleigh

Raleigh, the capital city of North Carolina, is the second largest city in the state with over 430,000 people. The city’s been growing steadily for the last two decades, and has a bustling nightlife scene, historic architecture, and diverse culinary options.

Raleigh sits in what is known as the Research Triangle, consisting of Raleigh, Durham, and Cary. It’s just a short 12 miles from Cary, 25 miles from Durham, and 165 miles northeast of Charlotte.

The city has a humid subtropical climate, much like the rest of the southeastern United States. The weather in Raleigh is typically very pleasant, with a mild spring and fall. The summers do get pretty hot though, with a lot of rain during the summer months, and the winters are fairly mild, although residents will see some occasional sleet, snow, and freezing rain. The average temperature is 80 degrees F in July, the wettest month of the year, while January averages hover around 41.0 degrees F.

Raleigh, NC Demographics

  • Total Population457,159
  • Female 221,234
    Male 235,925
  • Median Age33.2

Cost of Living in Raleigh, NC

While Raleigh is more expensive than most surrounding areas, the cost of living here is relatively inexpensive compared to other large US cities. Salaries in Raleigh are also higher on average compared to areas outside of the city to accommodate for this.

Even though the city has a wide variety of dining options, two can eat at most area restaurants for less than $50. And for utility expenses, Raleigh sits right around the national average of $140 a month for gas, water, and electricity for a 915-square-foor apartment.

As for public transportation in Raleigh, GoRaleigh is a public bus line that operates over 40 transit routes throughout the city. It’s pretty inexpensive too, with a one day pass costing only $2.50, and a week pass $12.

Average Rent in Raleigh, NC

  • Raleigh, NC Average Rental Price, February 2020 $1,238 /mo

    Raleigh, NC Apartment Rent Ranges

    • $501-$7001%
    • $701-$1,00025%
    • $1,001-$1,50059%
    • $1,501-$2,00010%
    • > $2,0005%

    Raleigh, NC Rent Trends

    Average Rent Nov / 2016 Mar / 2017 Jul / 2017 Nov / 2017 Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Feb / 2020
    Raleigh, NC $1,093 $1,090 $1,117 $1,114 $1,115 $1,152 $1,160 $1,168 $1,208 $1,224 $1,238
    National $1,340 $1,337 $1,368 $1,371 $1,374 $1,408 $1,417 $1,422 $1,458 $1,466 $1,468
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    Living in Raleigh

    Aside from its ethnic diversity, Raleigh is known for having a vibrant downtown scene, with fun places to see and events to attend throughout the year. The city is also great for those with kids, as Forbes named Raleigh the best place in the nation to raise a family in 2014.

    Unfortunately, just like with many major cities, there are not many areas for parking. And most parking that is available is either a metered spot or a pay-for-park lot. The GoRaleigh bus line though is a great way to get around Raleigh, and ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft are also available.

    Things to do in Raleigh

    There’s plenty to do and see in Raleigh, including the North Carolina Art Museum, which has fantastic sculptures, paintings, and a highly-sought-after MC Escher exhibit. The Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh also sometimes hosts work and live music from local artists and bands.

    Raleigh also has lots of different recreational options like Shelley Lake Park, which provides visitors with scenic trails surrounding the lake, multiple playgrounds for the kids, and a basketball court. Durant Nature Preserve is also a popular spot and a great place to see some of what nature has to offer, covering over 230 acres where visitors can check out the lake, camp, hike, and even go mountain biking! Movie goers will love Cinemark Raleigh Grande, a 16-screen cineplex that offers indie and art films, plus food, beer and wine. And for those with kids, the Raleigh iMax never disappoints.

    Looking for a place to relieve stress after work? Check out DefyGravity, a 20,000 sq. ft. facility with wall-to-wall steel-frame trampolines including the world-famous Angled Wall Trampolines, an expansive Olympic Foam Pit, and one of the largest Trampoline Dodgeball cages in America.

    One of the more popular spots in Raleigh to grab a drink is Foundation, a whiskey bar that’s known for using only American ingredients. The city also features many local craft breweries like Raleigh Brewing Company and Trophy Brewing, famous for their session IPAs, as well as their Milky Way Stout.

    Shoppers head to the Crabtree Valley Mall, the largest mall in the Triangle covering over 1 million square feet and one of Raleigh’s best places to shop. The mall has over 220 stores, as well as several restaurants including The Cheesecake Factory,  Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, and McCormick & Schmick's. The Triangle Town Center is also a popular shopping spot in Raleigh for residents, with over 125 stores including anchors Belk, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Macy’s.

    There’s no shortage of great food options here either, and Bida Manda is one of the best spots for a night out in Raleigh. It’s traditional Laotian food, and also has some of the tastiest cocktails in the city. Centro is another popular spot in the downtown area for dinner, Bahama Breeze is heaven for those who fancy Caribbean cuisine, and if you’re in Five Points, Lilly’s Pizza is a must. Just as Buku Global if you’re into street food!

    For some locally-grown goodies, the State Farmers Market is one of the biggest and best in the country and has just about everything under the sun. And the goods are always high quality and fresh since the market is associated with one of the nation’s biggest agricultural schools, North Carolina State University.

    There are plenty of things to do in Raleigh for free too, like the Midtown Music Beach Series at North Hills. This popular music series sees over 125,000 guests during the 16-week season and is completely free to the general public.

    For the avid sports fans, two minor league teams play in the area: the Carolina Mudcats, an Atlanta Braves affiliate: and the Durham Bulls, a Chicago White Sox Affiliate. Not to mention for the big basketball fans, on the other ends of the triangle, both Duke and North Carolina play their home basketball games!

    Working in Raleigh

    Overall, unemployment in Raleigh is only 4.6 percent, below the national average of 5.5 percent. And for those looking for work in Raleigh, Forbes named Raleigh the second best city in the country for business and careers in 2014 and the 3rd best city for young professionals in 2016. Not to mention, the city is home to RBC Bank, Progress Energy, Ram Air Freight, and part of BB&T.

    Raleigh, NC Households

    • Total Number of Households180,046
    • Family 101,269
      Non-family 78,777
    • Children 53,613
      No Children 126,433
    • Average People Per Household2.43
    • Median Household Income$63,891
    • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,159

    Top Colleges in Raleigh

    Raleigh has great primary and secondary education, as the city happens to have one of the highest percentages of residents with college degrees in the country, and the Wake County School District serving the area is one of the top 15 districts in the state. The city also has multiple colleges and universities including North Carolina State University, Strayer's North Raleigh Campus, William Peace University, and Wake Technical Community College.

    Raleigh, NC Education Statistics

    • No High School3%
    • Some High School22%
    • Some College22%
    • Associate Degree7%
    • Bachelor Degree30%
    • Graduate Degree16%

    Tips for Renting in Raleigh

    Rights for renters in Raleigh are governed by North Carolina state law, and are very typical or rights of renters throughout the rest of the state and country. There are no special laws that renters need to be aware of in Raleigh, but those moving to the area may need to get used to a southern accents and hospitality!

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