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Apartments for Rent in Longmont, CO under $1500 – 4 Rentals available

  • 600 Longs Peak Ave, Longmont, CO 80501
    $1,425 - $2,321
    • Studio-1 Bed
    • 1 Bath
    Roscoe Properties
    Available Today! Last updated 13 Jun 2021
    (303) 652-0466
  • 1855 Lefthand Creek Lane, Longmont, CO 80501
    $1,485
    • Studio
    • 1 Bath
    McWhinney Real Estate Services, Inc.
    Available Today! Last updated 13 Jun 2021
    (844) 745-3161
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    321 14Th Pl, Longmont, CO 80501
    $1,195
    • 1 Bed
    • 1 Bath
    Four Star Realty & Property Management
    Available Today! Last updated 13 Jun 2021
    (877) 469-1795
  • 2770 Copper Peak Lane, Longmont, CO 80504
    $1,490
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    FPI Management
    Last updated 13 Jun 2021
    (720) 594-6184

Renter’s Guide to Longmont, CO

The lovely city of Longmont is located in both Boulder and Weld County along northern Colorado’s beautiful Front Range region. Sitting slightly over 15 miles away from the big city of Boulder and under 35 miles northwest of Denver, it's a comfortable community with easy accessibility to basically everything the great state of Colorado has to offer!

It's also a modestly sized city that covers approximately 22 square miles of some pretty magnificent scenery. More specifically, there is a spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains to the west from practically everywhere here. In fact, the city is 4,979 feet above sea level, and a few of the other nearby communities include Lyons, and Fort Lupton.

The weather in Longmont varies during the course of a year ranging from around 18°F to 90°F. Though summers are usually hot and clear, winters are rather cold, dry, and windy with snowfall. However, the temperature here rarely goes below 0°F or beyond 99°F. Yet no matter the temperature, the sun shines an average of 300 days per year here!

Longmont, CO Demographics

  • Total Population94,445
  • Female 45,935
    Male 48,510
  • Median Age38.1

Cost of Living in Longmont, CO

While the cost of living in Longmont is roughly 4% above the national average, it's also 4% below the state average. So, the rates for basic monthly utilities including electricity along with water and garbage service for a one-bedroom rental in Longmont will cost around $110 per month. Plus, a meal for one in a restaurant is around $12 to $16, and a regular sized cappuccino can be bought for approx. $3.00.

The average commute for residents is 24 minutes and there is public transportation in Longmont. The Regional Transportation District (RTD) offers daily bus service to surrounding cities and fares start at $3.00 for one 3-hour pass. Daily, monthly, and yearly deals are also available along with discounts for seniors, disabled people, and kids & teens under 20. Also, Ride-Free Longmont actually offers a bit of free bus service in Longmont, yet it is only on 4 routes. And RTD Mobile Tickets is a handy app that's available for purchasing all-types of tickets.

A commuter Metro rail train also runs through the region, but service is currently limited. However, RTD recently announced plans to expand service. Furthermore, several airport shuttle services in Longmont provide economical travel to the Denver International Airport.

Average Rent in Longmont, CO

  • Longmont, CO Average Rental Price, June 2021 $1,464 /mo

Longmont, CO Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $1,001-$1,50062%
  • $1,501-$2,00036%
  • > $2,0002%

Longmont, CO Rent Trends

Average Rent Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Mar / 2020 Jul / 2020 Nov / 2020 Jun / 2021
Longmont, CO $1,348 $1,354 $1,430 $1,399 $1,477 $1,480 $1,477 $1,490 $1,504 $1,464
National $1,314 $1,345 $1,354 $1,358 $1,390 $1,397 $1,400 $1,392 $1,396 $1,407
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Living in Longmont, CO

One of the many likable aspects of living in Longmont is easy accessibility to the entire area, whether biking, hiking, or driving. Though somewhat spread out, getting anywhere within the city or even on the outskirts is possible in almost any way. It's also a well-kept area, as a majority of residents are outdoor enthusiasts who really care about the environment.

If there are any downsides to living in Longmont, one might be the weather. More specifically the winters, which can be long and quite cold. Also, for those who have any respiratory issues, the high elevation could be something to consider. Another potential setback may be for residents who work in other cities such as Denver, which is a considerable commute at 45 minutes each way.

Things to Do in Longmont, CO

There are undoubtedly lots of things to do in Longmont, whether in the center of the city or out in the wilderness. In fact, the downtown district recently underwent some major renovations and is now home to shops, restaurants, art galleries, and public parks. Take a brewery tour at Left Hand Brewery and/or listen to live music at Oskar Blues’ Tasty Weasel.

This is also an ideal location for enjoying outdoor adventures during any season. From snow activities such as skiing in the winter, to hiking or kayaking in the spring and summer, there's a ton of fun recreational activities in Longmont. With 1,500 acres of open spaces and parks in Longmont, adventure is awaiting. Furthermore, for the very adventurous, this is home to Mile-Hi Skydiving, the largest and top-ranked skydiving facility of its kind that you'll find within the northern Front Range area of Colorado.

Employment & Economy in Longmont, CO

Due to the centralized location and steady economic activity in the area, there are definitely job opportunities in Longmont. Some of the largest industries here are Manufacturing, Retail Trade, Health Care, and Social Assistance. Among the highest paying industries are Utilities and Public Administration along with Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services including Architecture, Computing, & Engineering.

In addition, a couple of the bigger employers in Longmont are the St. Vrain Valley School District and Seagate Technology, along with the City of Longmont itself. This is also a good region for outdoor jobs that are often seasonal, such as working in ski resorts, campgrounds, or another sort of recreation. Aside from jobs in Longmont, more opportunities can be found nearby communities like Boulder or Denver.

Longmont, CO Households

  • Total Number of Households36,784
  • Family 23,894
    Non-family 12,890
  • Children 11,507
    No Children 25,277
  • Average People Per Household2.55
  • Median Household Income$74,242
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,391

Education in Longmont, CO

There is no shortage of public schools in Longmont and the surrounding city/suburbs. In fact, the St. Vrain Valley School District currently consists of 52 schools and serves 13 communities. Although not all of the schools are located within Longmont, the city does have facilities to accommodate all grade levels, from pre to high school. Also, among the several private schools in Longmont are Fusion Academy and Faith Baptist School.

There are also some options for higher education in Longmont and throughout the area. In all, 54 colleges can be counted within 100 miles of Longmont. Many of them are smaller specialized schools and the nearest one is Boulder College of Massage Therapy, which is 9 miles from the city center. In addition, Front Range Community College has a campus here and there are larger colleges near Longmont including University of Colorado in Boulder.

Longmont, CO Education Statistics

  • No High School3%
  • Some High School27%
  • Some College24%
  • Associate Degree7%
  • Bachelor Degree24%
  • Graduate Degree14%

Tips for Renting in Longmont, CO

Like most locations across the country, rentals in Longmont range from small studio units to entire houses. So, knowing exactly what you're looking for size-wise prior to proceeding will certainly help narrow down the search. There are also several different neighborhoods, so perhaps take a drive through to see which area appeals to you and/or has the best view.

Plus, when viewing rentals in Longmont, be sure to go beyond simply seeing potential places online. Virtual reality tours can be a good starting point, yet they don't always reveal everything, especially the exterior conditions. It's also recommended to learn about your rights as a renter here. Laws regarding renting can vary from state-to-state, so review the rules/regulations in addition to reading any lease agreement entirely before picking a place to rent in Longmont!

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