Apartments for Rent in Spring, TX - 88 Rentals available
Renter's Guide to Spring
Welcome to Spring, Texas – all the convenience of Houston, without the noise and crowds!
Not only is Spring attractive to young job seekers, it's also a great place to raise kids or start a family. In fact, the city made Niche’s 2016 list for best schools in the Houston metro area.
The weather here is very warm, with summer highs frequently reaching the low 90s. You won’t have to worry about freezing though, as the lows only drop into the low 40s on average. No blizzards here!
Spring, TX Demographics
- Total Population259,637
Female 127,603Male 132,034
- Median Age34.18
Cost of Living in Spring, TX
A three-course meal for two, at a mid-priced restaurant in the city, is priced from $35 to $60. The average cost of a regular cappuccino is $3.89.
Utilities like electricity, heating, water, and waste disposal for a 915-square-foot apartment cost, on average, $119 monthly. That's considerably lower than the national average of $147.
The Houston METRO bus system provides service to residents of Spring. Local one-way fare is $1.25.
There's also a park and ride in Spring, where commuters can park for free and ride the bus into downtown Houston at $3.25 per ride, discounted to $1.60 for students. This is incredibly convenient if you commute to Houston for school or work.
There are several taxi companies to choose from in Spring, including The Woodlands Transit, Reliable Cab Service, and Stan’s Taxi.
Spring, TX Average Rent
- Spring, TX Average Rental Price, February, 2017$1,130/mo
- 1 Bedroom$1,017
- 2 Bedrooms$1,236
Spring, TX Apartment Rent Ranges
- > $2,0005%
Spring, TX Rent Trends
|All Rentals||Studio||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds|
|May / 2016||$1,117||$1,009||$1,214|
|Jan / 2016||$1,121||$961||$1,198|
|Sept / 2015||$1,135||$1,008||$1,210|
|May / 2015||$1,122||$1,051||$1,185|
|Jan / 2015||$1,108||$1,004||$1,157|
|Sept / 2014||$1,147||$1,048||$1,195|
|May / 2014||$1,082||$972||$1,126|
|Jan / 2014||$1,026||$917||$1,077|
Average rent is projected to grow by 2% in 2016 compared to 2015.
Please note that projected rent growth is calculated at city level.
Average rent values on this page are aggregated from data from the following zip codes: 773737737977380773867738877389
Living in Spring, TX
Perhaps the best things about living here are the very affordable cost of living and the convenient commute to Houston. In addition to the METRO bus service, many companies in Houston provide free commuter shuttles to the suburbs, so your daily commute may end up costing you almost nothing.
Like many Texas cities, Spring is sometimes vulnerable to tornadoes. However, the city isn't located within 'Tornado Alley', so severe weather is an infrequent danger.
Things to do in Spring
High school and college sports are easy to find throughout the city. However, if you're in the mood to cheer on some pro teams, you need only take a short trip to Houston. There, you can watch the Astros hit home runs in Minute Maid Park, see the Rockets shoot hoops at the Toyota Center, or root for the Texans as they score touchdowns at NRG Stadium.
For boutique stores and specialty shops, you can’t beat Old Town Spring. This historic district preserves Spring’s origins as a railroad town and offers plenty of restaurants and shopping. If antiques are your thing, you’ll have another reason to love Spring – it's home to over a dozen antique stores!
For a day of family fun with the kids, you just have to visit Wet ‘N Wild Waterpark. It’s a massive complex that’s a real treat on a hot summer day.
Another great outdoor activity for families is a day of fishing at one of the city’s many waterways. In fact, Pundt Park provides facilities tailored for fishing and canoeing. For another free activity, take a trip to the Mercer Arboretum and Botanic Gardens. The facility features over 300 acres and nine distinct gardens.
There are several other great parks in Spring. Bayer Park features several baseball and softball fields. You can grill, play some basketball, and have a picnic at the B. F. Clark Community Building. Finally, there’s the Spring Creek Greenway, a large, protected area where you can hike, bike, or bring along your dog.
If you want to spend some quality time with your significant other, consider seeing a movie at the Spring AMC Theater. The city also has several pubs and taverns to choose from for a nice drink and a long, romantic conversation.
Every Independence Day, the area hosts Red, Hot, and Blue, a festival with performers, food, fireworks, and a lot of patriotic fun. Over 10,000 people attend every year! Then there's the Waterway Arts Festival, held nearby at The Woodlands. Over 200 artists show up each year to exhibit and sell art in a wide variety of mediums.
Spring is fortunate enough to have a recent addition to arts and culture in the city, the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts. It exhibits paintings, textiles, photography, ceramics, and other art both from the American West and around the world.
Employment and Economy
The city has several major economic sectors that offer numerous employment opportunities. The petroleum and energy industries are strongly represented by Exxon-Mobile, Baker Hughes, Halliburton, and Anadarko Petroleum.
If you’re in the medical or healthcare fields, Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital and St. Lukes The Woodlands Hospital are large facilities with many careers available. If that weren't enough, the Huntsman Company has brought hundreds of chemistry and chemical engineering jobs to the area.
Spring, TX Households
- Total Number of Households91,226
Family 70,315Non-family 20,908
Children 40,537No Children 50,687
- Average People Per Household2.82
- Median Household Income$82,196
- Median Household Disposable Income$56,715
Spring, TX Crime Rate and Statistics
|Below Average||100||Above Average|
Education in Spring
The Spring Independent School district provides public education here, with nine elementary schools and two high schools. There are also over a dozen private schools in the immediate area.
The North Harris campus of Lone Star Community College is located in the city. Of course, nearby Houston offers numerous other higher education opportunities. These include the University of Houston, known for its computing, biomedical, and engineering programs, and Rice University, a private research educational institution.
Spring, TX Education Statistics
- No High School5%
- Some HighSchool7%
- Some College33%
- Associate Degree11%
- Bachelor Degree31%
- Graduate Degree13%
Tips for Renting in Spring
Before moving into your new Spring apartment, you should know that Texas has no limit on the amount that can be charged as a security deposit, but does require it be refunded within 30 days of moving out. Also, renters who are late on their payments have three days to pay or move out before eviction can begin.
Another major plus is that Texas requires landlords to disclose their application criteria to potential tenants. This means you’ll have a good idea of whether you qualify for a lease before you pay a non-refundable application fee.
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