Prices and availability in Mountain View, CA were last updated on 9 Dec 2022.
In Mountain View, 58% of the residents are renting compared to 42% owning a home, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Large-scale apartment buildings with more than 50 units represent 23% of Mountain View’s rentals, 66% are small-scale complexes with under 50 units, and 9% are single-family rentals.
There’s more than one way to spend $2,300 on rent in Mountain View, CA, so the first step is to start thinking about what you really want from your new home. Be mindful of what makes you tick. Look for 2 bedroom apartments for rent for less than $2,300 if you want to share your living space and don’t mind being further away from the city center. Search for 3 bedroom apartments if you’re moving in with family or planning to share part of your life and living expenses with more friends. If city bustle is what you live for, you might want to search for a studio or 1 bedroom apartment closer to the city center.
Don’t dismiss the idea of a studio just because it sounds small and featureless: studios come in many shapes and sizes, and it only takes a few strikes of creativity to go from drab to lively. If an all-in-one-room apartment spells total lack of privacy for you, have a look at the 1 bedroom apartments for rent in Mountain View, CA. Customize your search by using more RentCafe filters. Decide what amenities you can’t live without and focus your search on the apartments that offer them. Are you bringing in a pet? Narrow your options to pet-friendly apartments for rent. Want more windows so that natural light floods your home? Hardwood floors or plush carpet in the living area? There are 25 apartments for rent below $2,300 in Mountain View, CA for every taste. Decide what you need, stay focused, and you’re bound to find your perfect apartment in no time.