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Frequently Asked Questions

When were prices and availability in Round Rock, TX last updated?

Prices and availability in Round Rock, TX were last updated on 23 Sep 2020.

What’s the average rent in Round Rock, TX?

The average rent in Round Rock, TX is $1,203.

What is the price range for a studio apartment in Round Rock, TX?

The price range for a studio apartment in Round Rock, TX is between $875 and $2,108.

What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Round Rock, TX?

The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Round Rock, TX is between $810 and $3,940.

What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Round Rock, TX?

The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Round Rock, TX is between $1,024 and $4,548.

What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Round Rock, TX?

The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Round Rock, TX is between $953 and $8,626.

Renter's Guide to Round Rock, TX

Round Rock is a medium-sized city just north of Austin, the capital of Texas. Known primarily as a suburb of Austin, it was named the 8th Most Caring Suburb in America by Movoto in 2015, as well as the 3rd Most Affordable Place in America, by Nerdwallet. It was also listed by CNBC on its Top 10 Perfect Suburbs ranking.

Round Rock has a very family-oriented feel. It's small, full of great schools and real estate, and is just a quick drive down the road from Austin. Home to more than 115,000 people, Round Rock is actually fairly small in size – just 26.3 square miles in land area. That's less than a tenth of nearby Austin's footprint, which takes up more than 271 square miles.

From Austin, Round Rock is only a mere 20 miles. Depending on traffic, it can take anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour to get from one city to the other. From nearby Killeen, Round Rock is about a 50-minute drive, while trips to bigger cities like Dallas and Houston can take between 2 and a half and 3 hours.

Round Rock experiences very hot summers and mild winters, much like most of Texas. High temperatures from June to September range from 104˚F to 106˚F, while the rest of the year sees highs in the low-80s to mid-90s. Rainfall is highest in the summer, when the city averages 3.3 to 3.7 inches per month.

Round Rock, TX Demographics

  • Total Population120,157
  • Female 59,514
    Male 60,643
  • Median Age33.9

Cost of Living in Round Rock, TX

Overall, the cost of living in Round Rock is just slightly lower than the national average. Groceries and transportation are among its most affordable assets.

As for public transportation, Round Rock residents are fairly limited in their choices. The city does offer on-demand bus services, but those must be reserved ahead of time. Fares range from $2 to $4 per trip. The city also offers Uber, Lyft, and various taxi services.

A meal for two in a mid-range Round Rock or Austin-area restaurant would cost around $50. One pint of draft domestic beer would be $4, and a regular cappuccino about the same. Some of the area's top dining spots include Jack Allen's, Salt Lick BBQ, El Taquito, and Mighty Fine Burgers.

Utility costs in Round Rock are right on par with the national average, averaging about $146 per month for a 915-square-foot apartment. This includes electricity, water, garbage, and heating.

Average Rent in Round Rock, TX

  • Round Rock, TX Average Rental Price, February 2020 $1,203 /mo

    Round Rock, TX Apartment Rent Ranges

    • $701-$1,00023%
    • $1,001-$1,50067%
    • $1,501-$2,0008%
    • > $2,0002%

    Round Rock, TX 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
    Round Rock, TX $1,106 $1,078 $1,101 $1,110 $1,105 $1,135 $1,148 $1,152 $1,183 $1,183 $1,203
    National $1,340 $1,337 $1,368 $1,371 $1,374 $1,408 $1,417 $1,422 $1,458 $1,466 $1,468

    Living in Round Rock, TX

    Life in Round Rock is quaint and quiet. Most of the area's residents are families, so much of the activity in the town revolves around children, athletics, and education.

    There are loads of pros to living in Round Rock. For one, it boasts great housing options, amazing schools, and a much lower than average crime rate for both violent and property crimes. The city also plays host to dozens of family-friendly events year-round, and its prime location is also a huge plus, offering working professionals a quick and easy drive to and from downtown Austin.

    The biggest cons to the area are the traffic, mostly due to the fast growth the area has experienced in the last few decades, as well as the property taxes which are higher than in some other nearby suburbs.

    Things to Do in Round Rock, TX

    Because Round Rock is such a family-friendly city, there are loads of events, shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues within its limits.

    The biggest attraction in Round Rock is likely the Round Rock Outlets, a premium outlet mall with dozens of shops, boutiques, dining spots, and more. Ross Dress for Less is also a good alternative for reasonably-priced apparel. On the home store front, IKEA is a hot spot for furniture and home décor shopping.

    Round Rock is home to a number of great outdoor opportunities, including 34 unique parks that encompass more than 1,700 acres of land. Old Settlers Park is a top choice, as are the Dog Depot Dog Park, where you can bring a furry friend, and the Play for All Abilities Park, a play therapy and learning park for residents.

    There are loads of fun things to do with kids in Round Rock. One of the most popular is to catch a Round Rock Express game. The minor league affiliate of the Texas Rangers franchise calls Dell Diamond its home and plays games there from March until September. The Rock'n River Family Aquatic Center is also a great family stop - especially during summer. The city's parks are some of Round Rock's best free attractions, as is the city's public library, which boasts movies, books, music, and a summer reading program for kids.

    The city of Round Rock hosts dozens of annual events for its residents, including the July Fourth Frontier Days Celebration and Parade, the Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt, the Fall Fun Festival, and the Juneteenth Rhythm and Ribs Festival.

    As for culture, Round Rock's not short on that either. The Round Rock Leader keeps the area updated on the latest news, while the Sam Bass Community Theater is the city's home for plays, musicals, and performing arts. The city also boasts several live music venues, including Maverick's Dance Hall and Hanovers.

    Employment and Economy in Round Rock, TX

    Round Rock is home to a bustling economy. In fact, in 2015, WalletHub named it No. 10 on its list of Fastest Growing Economies in the nation. The Dell corporate headquarters are located within the city limits, and top employers in the area include Sears, IKEA, the Round Rock Premium Outlets, Cintas, and more. Its main industries are clean energy, life sciences, manufacturing, and technology.

    Round Rock, TX Households

    • Total Number of Households37,830
    • Family 27,874
      Non-family 9,956
    • Children 16,361
      No Children 21,469
    • Average People Per Household3.16
    • Median Household Income$80,637
    • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,396

    Education in Round Rock, TX

    Round Rock, which boasts its own school district, is known for its top-ranked schools and education system. Round Rock High School is the district's oldest campus and was built in 1867. As for higher education, Round Rock offers that, too. It is home to the Texas State University Round Rock Campus, the Texas A&M Health Science Center, and a campus of the Austin Community College system.

    Round Rock, TX Education Statistics

    • No High School3%
    • Some High School25%
    • Some College28%
    • Associate Degree8%
    • Bachelor Degree25%
    • Graduate Degree11%

    Tips for Renting in Round Rock, TX

    While Round Rock doesn't have any specific rules or statutes governing tenants' rights, the city follows Texas state law so if you're new to the state or haven't rented before, it would be a good idea to do some research prior to moving.

    Also, be sure to do your research thoroughly and know the market well before signing the lease. Go through each clause of the agreement carefully and ask for clarifications if necessary. If something seems confusing, you should discuss it with the landlord before signing the lease.

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