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Prices and availability in Conroe, TX were last updated on 3 Jul 2022.
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What is the average rent in Conroe, TX?
The average rent in Conroe, TX is $1,295. Start your search for apartments in Conroe, TX now.
What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Conroe, TX?
The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Conroe, TX is between $740 and $3,898. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Conroe, TX now.
What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Conroe, TX?
The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Conroe, TX is between $950 and $4,491. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Conroe, TX.
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The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Conroe, TX is between $977 and $5,868. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Conroe, TX.
Renter's guide to Conroe, TX
You should see how sweet home can be in Conroe!
While the city has the charm and feel of a rural area, it's still very convenient to the Houston metro. It’s also a great place to start a family or raise kids. The local public school district was named the 8th best in the state in 2015. The schools here even won an award for their music education curriculum.
Meanwhile, the city is 40 miles away from Houston, 200 miles from Dallas, and about 160 miles from Tyler.
There's a warm, humid climate here. Highs in the summer average in the low 90s, while winter lows hover around 40ºF. That means there’s no chance of being snowed in!
Conroe, TX Demographics
- Total Population88,369
Female 43,891Male 44,478
- Median Age33.7
Conroe, TX has a population of 88,369 according to the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau. 44,478 of Conroe’s residents are women and 43,891 are men. The median age of those who live in Conroe, TX is 33.7.
Cost of Living in Conroe, TX
A three-course meal for two at a mid-priced restaurant in the city costs from $32 to $55. If you're in the mood for a cappuccino after your meal, you can expect to pay around $3.75.
Living in a 915 square-foot apartment, your monthly utilities – including electricity, heating, water, and waste disposal – will cost a total of $108 per month, on average. That's much lower than the national average of $147.
Conroe has its own public bus service, remarkable for a city of its size. The Conroe Connection charges a $1 fare for each trip, while children under 6 ride free with an adult.
There are also numerous taxi companies to choose from. Taxi 24, City Cab Taxi, CVS Taxi, and Continental Cab Company all provide service here.
Average Rent in Conroe, TX
- Conroe, TX Average Rental Price, June 2022 $1,295 /mo
The average monthly rent of apartments in Conroe, TX is $1,295.
Conroe, TX Apartment Rent Ranges
About 22% of apartment rents in Conroe, TX range between $1,501-$2,000. Meanwhile, apartments priced over > $2,000 represent 3% of apartments. Around 56% of Conroe’s apartments are in the $1,001-$1,500 price range. 19% of apartments are priced between $701-$1,000.
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Compared to the national average rent of $1,628, the average rent in Conroe, TX is $1,295.
Living in Conroe, TX
Conroe is a growing city, which provides the benefit of many new services in the city, in terms of transportation, recreation, and job opportunities. Another great feature is the very affordable cost of living.
Unfortunately, the area is prone to both flooding and drought. However, droughts here are not nearly as severe as they are in states further to the west. And the city, in conjunction with FEMA, has taken measures to identify floodplains and prevent erosion to lessen flooding.
Conroe has a large Hispanic community, which has infused itself into the city's culture, art, and food. Most city services are even offered in both Spanish and English.
Things to do in Conroe, TX
There are plenty of local high school and community college sports here, and professional games are only a brief trip away in Houston. There you can watch the best of the MLB at an Astros game, cheer on the Rockets NBA team, or catch some NFL football with the Texans.
Conroe has several good shopping options. The historic downtown area is jammed with art galleries, antique stores, coffee shops, restaurants, pubs, and taverns. The city also has an outlet mall, the Outlets at Conroe, that offers discounts on big name brands. Then there’s a variety of retail shops where you can find second hand items still in great condition.
For some family fun with the kids, visit Wet ‘N Wild Waterpark in nearby Spring, TX. You’ll cool off and have a blast at the same time. Or you can head to the Conroe Aquatic Park right in town. It has a swimming pool, splash area, and water slide. Another great family activity is bowling a few frames at 300 Bowl.
The city offers numerous other parks as well. Candy Cane Park is the home of the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County and features basketball and tennis courts. Gibson Park has an athletic field and playground, while Kasmiersky Park provides a playground, picnic tables, skate park, and a riding/hiking trail.
For some couple’s time together, try Kat Daddy’s, an authentic Texan bar, after a movie at The Grand Theater. If you’re looking for something more upscale, visit Sonata Piano and Sushi Bar at La Torretta Resort in nearby Montgomery. You can also show off your moves on the Energie Lounge's large dance floor.
Each summer, Conroe provides a real crowd pleaser with the Free First Thursday concert series. It’s held at the outdoor amphitheatre at Heritage Place, in the heart of downtown. There’s also the annual Hispanic Heritage Celebration with loads of food, vendors, and music.
Conroe doesn’t lack for arts and culture either. The Crighton Theatre is a historic building that's home to both an adult and children’s community theater. The Sounds of Texas music series is also held here, and the Conroe Art League is active as well. They paint murals around town, give lessons in multiple arts, and hold exhibitions.
Conroe, TX employment & economy
Conroe offers many employment opportunities in the education, civil service, manufacturing, and healthcare fields. The local school district and Lone Star College employ thousands. There are also plenty of jobs in the city and county government.
Tenaris, a multinational steel manufacturer, has a large facility here as well. On top of that, Conroe Regional Medical Center employs over a thousand people in the medical sector.
Conroe, TX Households
- Total Number of Households32,547
Family 21,369Non-family 11,178
Children 10,939No Children 21,608
- Average People Per Household2.67
- Median Household Income$61,997
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,142
According to U.S. Census data, there are 32,547 households in Conroe, TX. 21,369 are family households and 11,178 are non-family households. There are 10,939 households with children in Conroe and 21,608 households without children. On average, about 2.67 people live in a household in Conroe, TX. The median income of a Conroe household living in Conroe is $61,997 per year. The median housing costs per month are $1,142.
Education in Conroe, TX
The award-winning Conroe Independent School District serves the city with eight elementary schools and a high school. There are also four private and parochial schools in the area.
If you’re interested in attending a community college, the Montgomery campus of Lone Star College is nearby. Plus, both the University of Houston and Texas A&M are only about an hour’s drive away. The latter is best known for popular programs in business, management, and marketing.
Conroe, TX Education Statistics
The level of education of the population of Conroe, TX is as follows: 8% have no high school education, 35% completed some high school, 24% partially completed college, 7% have an Associate Degree, 17% have a Bachelor Degree, and 8% have a Graduate Degree.
Tips for renting in Conroe, TX
Ready to start packing? Before you begin, let's take a look at some of the renters rights in Conroe.
When you rent an apartment here, you have some important protections under state law. Chief among these is the right to withhold rent if your landlord hasn’t made critical repairs. Also, landlords must wait three days before beginning eviction proceedings for late rent payments.
And although Texas does not limit the amount that may be charged as a security deposit, the deposit must be returned to you within 30 days of your move out date.
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