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Apartments for Rent in Coral Springs, FL under $1500 – 70 Rentals available


Renter's Guide to Coral Springs

Welcome home to Coral Springs, FL! Top rated schools. Beautiful parks. Minutes from the beach. That's just a small sampling of why you’ll love calling Coral Springs home.

At 24 square-miles, Coral Springs is a little less than half the size of Miami. And speaking of Miami, it's just 45 miles away, and Fort Lauderdale is just 22 miles.

Coral Springs is the #1 Happiest City in Florida according to creditdonkey.com and it was also ranked among Money Magazine’s Top 100 Best Places to Live in the US.

The weather in Coral Springs can get hot and humid during the summer, with temperatures reaching into the upper 80s and 90s, while average winter temperatures are in the upper 50s. The city receives plenty of rain – almost twice the US average, in fact. But you’ll get plenty of sunny days too, around 244 per year.

Coral Springs, FL Demographics

  • Total Population132,568
  • Female 63,172
    Male 69,396
  • Median Age37.4

Cost of Living in Coral Springs, FL

Welcome home to Coral Springs, FL! Top rated schools. Beautiful parks. Minutes from the beach. That's just a small sampling of why you’ll love calling Coral Springs home.

At 24 square-miles, Coral Springs is a little less than half the size of Miami. And speaking of Miami, it's just 45 miles away, and Fort Lauderdale is just 22 miles.

Coral Springs is the #1 Happiest City in Florida according to creditdonkey.com and it was also ranked among Money Magazine’s Top 100 Best Places to Live in the US.

The weather in Coral Springs can get hot and humid during the summer, with temperatures reaching into the upper 80s and 90s, while average winter temperatures are in the upper 50s. The city receives plenty of rain – almost twice the US average, in fact. But you’ll get plenty of sunny days too, around 244 per year.

Average Rent in Coral Springs, FL

  • Coral Springs, FL Average Rental Price, May 2021 $1,852 /mo

    Coral Springs, FL Apartment Rent Ranges

    • $1,001-$1,50018%
    • $1,501-$2,00057%
    • > $2,00025%

    Coral Springs, FL Rent Trends

    Average Rent Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Mar / 2020 Jul / 2020 Nov / 2020 Mar / 2021 May / 2021
    Coral Springs, FL $1,666 $1,691 $1,716 $1,694 $1,731 $1,732 $1,744 $1,727 $1,767 $1,830 $1,852
    National $1,314 $1,345 $1,354 $1,358 $1,390 $1,397 $1,400 $1,392 $1,396 $1,407 $1,428
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    Living in Coral Springs, FL

    The city of Coral Springs was designated a “Community of Respect” by the Anti-Defamation League, thanks to its support for culture and diversity.

    The city was also listed as the 35th safest in Florida according to valuepenguin.com. Parkland – the city directly to the north – was #3.

    If you're a sports nut, you'll be pleased to find out that Miami has some great sports teams, including the Marlins, Dolphins, and former NBA champions, the Miami Heat.

    Coral Spring's proximity to Miami and Fort Lauderdale also means easy access to big city life and job opportunities. Not to mention the miles-and-miles of beaches and multitude of cultures that call the Florida coast home, making it easy to find unique Latin American flavors after a day in the sand.

    Of course, there are a few downsides to Coral Springs too. One being the summers, which can get oppressively muggy and warm. And even though you're 45 miles from Miami, commuting to areas along the beach and toward Miami can get very busy.

    Things to do in Coral Springs

    Coral Spring's warm weather will give outdoor enthusiasts plenty of opportunities to spend time in the local parks. Whether it’s going for a stroll along the trails at Betti Stradling or enjoying the nature areas at Fern Glen, there's always something to do for kids and adults.

    Don’t forget that the Everglades Wildlife Management Area is just to the west and allows visitors to observe the unique habitats, sawgrass marshes, and wildlife all nestled in this massive protected ecosystem.

    You’ll find events taking place throughout the year along the Artwalk in Coral Springs, including Downtown in December, which helps residents get into the spirit of the holidays with activities and live music.

    Make sure to check out the local Farmers Market, which is a perfect place to buy your organic and fresh produce, flowers, bread, and more, from over 40 vendors.

    If you’re a golfer, you'll love the TPC Eagle Trace golf club, which proudly held the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic nine times.

    Looking for some culture? The Coral Springs Museum of Art showcases modern artists and major exhibits to 30,000 visitors annually.

    Last but not least: beaches. Quick trips to the east put you in the mix with some of the most popular beaches in the country, where you can surf, shop, dine, or simply layout in the warm Florida sun.

    Employment and Economy

    Coral Springs boasts lower unemployment than both Miami and the state of Florida as a whole. The main industries here are education, health, social services, and retail.

    The South Florida area in general is home to major companies like Kraft Foods, Exxon-Mobil, and FedEx.

    Coral Springs, FL Households

    • Total Number of Households41,715
    • Family 32,237
      Non-family 9,478
    • Children 17,280
      No Children 24,435
    • Average People Per Household3.17
    • Median Household Income$77,360
    • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,622

    Education in Coral Springs

    Students in Coral Springs are served by Broward County Public Schools.

    For your higher education needs, there's Broward College, a community college with a campus in nearby Coconut Creek. And the University of Miami has their main campus in nearby Coral Gables. Their Hurricanes football team has produced two Heisman Trophy winners and five national titles.

    Coral Springs, FL Education Statistics

    • No High School2%
    • Some High School27%
    • Some College26%
    • Associate Degree11%
    • Bachelor Degree22%
    • Graduate Degree12%

    Tips for Renting in Coral Springs

    Ready to call Coral Springs home? Let's take a moment to get acquainted with some of the local tenant laws.

    For starters, Florida doesn’t have rent control. This means that at the end of your lease, the landlord has the right to raise the rent as much as they'd like – provided they can convince someone to pay it, of course.

    Even though Coral Springs is hot and humid, your landlord isn't required to provide air conditioning or even fix a broken A/C unit unless it's otherwise laid out in your lease. That's why it's a good idea to make sure to read your rental agreement first, especially since they can vary among different properties and apartment complexes.

    Renting apartments in Coral Springs, FL under $1,500

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