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Houses for Rent in Kissimmee, FL - 27 Rentals available

  • 480 Danube Dr, Kissimmee, FL 34759
    $1,745
    • 3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    Main Street Renewal
    Last updated 21 Jun 2021
    (407) 284-4494
  • 1517 COLONY AVE, KISSIMMEE, FL 34744
    $1,995
    • 4 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    Main Street Renewal
    Last updated 21 Jun 2021
    (407) 284-4494

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the rent for a house in Kissimmee, FL?

The price range of a house for rent is between $1,450 and $2,235. Find house for rent in Kissimmee, FL.

How many houses are available in Kissimmee, FL on RENTCafé?

There are 21 house rentals available on RENTCafé. Prices and availability in Kissimmee, FL were last updated on 20 Jun 2021.

What is the average size of a rental house in Kissimmee, FL?

The average Kissimmee, FL rental house size is 1,541 sq. ft.

What are the advantages of renting a house in Kissimmee, FL?

Renting a house in Kissimmee, FL comes with more space, both indoor and outdoor.

What are the downsides of renting a house apartment in Kissimmee, FL?

Houses for rent in Kissimmee, FL are usually located in non-central areas. You might be interested in studio apartments, 1 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments or 3 bedroom apartments, or browse all RENTCafé apartments for rent in Kissimmee, FL.

Renter's Guide to Kissimmee

Welcome to the land of recreation and sunshine!

The city of Kissimmee offers you plenty of parks, fun, shopping, and employment opportunities. You might even find more than that – the city was ranked #4 best place for singles in Florida.

WalletHub also named it one of the top 100 best cities for families.

As a suburb of Orlando, Kissimmee combines big city convenience with small town charm. It's the seat of Osceola County and is about 23 times larger than Davenport, FL, but is only one-sixth the size of Orlando.

Kissimmee is a short 23 miles from Orlando, 73 miles from Tampa, and 218 miles from Miami.

The climate here is subtropical. The temperature reaches freezing less than three days per year on average, so if you hate cold weather, you’ll love Kissimmee! Summer highs are usually in the high 80s/low 90s. Rain is frequent during the summer, but it’s pretty dry the rest of the year.

Kissimmee doesn’t experience much of an autumn, with winter from November through February, spring in March through May, and summer from June through October.  Like most east coast cities, hurricanes can be a problem in summer.

Kissimmee, FL Demographics

  • Total Population71,185
  • Female 35,590
    Male 35,595
  • Median Age34.5

Cost of Living in Kissimmee, FL

The LYNX bus system provides service in Kissimmee and all of central Florida. A single pass is $2, but you’ll only pay 25 cents more for an all-day ride pass. Or you can go all out, with a 30-day pass for $50.

Both Yellow Cab and Willy’s Taxi operate in and around Kissimmee. The average commute time is 28 minutes, only two minutes more than the national average.

Living in Kissimmee is very affordable. A three-course meal for two at a mid-priced restaurant ranges from $30 to $58, while the average price for a regular cappuccino is $3.58.

The monthly cost of electricity, heating, water, and garbage for a 915sqft apartment in Kissimmee is only $133.43 on average. That's less than the national average of $147.

Average Rent in Kissimmee, FL

  • Kissimmee, FL Average Rental Price, June 2021 $1,363 /mo

Kissimmee, FL Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $701-$1,00012%
  • $1,001-$1,50058%
  • $1,501-$2,00028%
  • > $2,0003%

Kissimmee, FL Rent Trends

Average Rent Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Mar / 2020 Jul / 2020 Nov / 2020 Jun / 2021
Kissimmee, FL $1,286 $1,287 $1,315 $1,336 $1,366 $1,381 $1,365 $1,340 $1,358 $1,363
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 Kissimmee

Life in Kissimmee comes with plenty of benefits.

In addition to beautiful weather and proximity to the ocean, the city has a variety of natural attractions. It’s also convenient to Orlando, Walt Disney World, and the Orlando airport.

Unfortunately, like almost the entire state of Florida, Kissimmee is also vulnerable to hurricanes. However, the city has the resources and infrastructure to minimize the threat.

Things to do in Kissimmee

Indoors or out, Kissimmee is absolutely filled with fun things for you to do. Both the Kennedy Space Center’s Visitor Complex and the alligator preserve, Gatorland, make great choices for family fun. Of course, the massive Walt Disney World and SeaWorld parks draw visitors from across the globe.

Free attractions include the Lake Lizzie Nature Preserve. This beautiful site is home to the largest population of bald eagles in the nation. Watching these majestic birds is not only fun, but free! Fun is also free on the Kissimmee River, where you can have a floating picnic or catch a few fish.

Kissimmee is a town full of parks, like the Lakefront Park downtown. As the name implies, it’s right on the water and has fishing, boat rentals, and a lighthouse. The Shingle Creek Regional Trail is a very new wildlife trail where you can view the wetland ecosystem and enjoy hiking, biking, or time with your dog.

Another park is Quail Hollow, which offers a playground, along with volleyball and basketball courts.

Shopping in Kissimmee centers around Old Town. This historic district provides hip restaurants, chic shops, and classic car shows. There are even carnival games and rides! However, if you'd prefer a Latin-themed shopping experience, visit Plaza Del Sol. This shopping center has dozens of shops and Latin American restaurants, all with a hacienda decor.

The Blizzard Beach Water Park is perfect for couples looking to have some aquatic fun together. Or if you decide you’d rather share a meal, you can choose from two dinner shows in Kissimmee – Capone’s Dinner and Show or Medieval Times.

Kissimmee has been hosting the annual Silver Spurs Rodeo for over 70 years now. You won't want to miss the yearly 4th of July celebration either. It includes a gigantic fireworks display that you can enjoy from the shore or out on the water. There’s also a patriotic parade of decorated boats.

Arts and culture are easy to find in Kissimmee. The Osceola County Performing Arts Center puts on live plays, stretching all the way from the time of Shakespeare up to the modern age. If you’re a military history buff, the Museum of Military History will be right up your alley. History enthusiasts will also enjoy the Pioneer Center. It has shops, workshops, and crafts right out of yesteryear.

Working in Kissimmee

The retail, leisure, and healthcare industries are strong in Kissimmee. Naturally, Walt Disney World is a major employer, providing thousands of jobs. Publix and Wal-Mart also offer plenty of career opportunities.

On the healthcare side, the Osceola Regional Medical System has careers available for a variety of fields, including nursing, information technology, and maintenance. Florida Hospital Celebration Health is also nearby, providing jobs in its 200-bed facility.

Kissimmee, FL Households

  • Total Number of Households22,210
  • Family 15,036
    Non-family 7,174
  • Children 7,511
    No Children 14,699
  • Average People Per Household3.18
  • Median Household Income$40,826
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,112

Top Colleges in Kissimmee

Although Kissimmee is rather small to host a university’s main campus, you will find the Osceola County campuses of both Valencia College and the University of Central Florida here. Valencia is one of the top community colleges in the US, while UCF is known for its excellent medical sciences program.

Kissimmee, FL Education Statistics

  • No High School6%
  • Some High School40%
  • Some College28%
  • Associate Degree10%
  • Bachelor Degree12%
  • Graduate Degree4%

Tips for Renting in Kissimmee

You have several important laws and statutes backing you up when you rent in Kissimmee.

For example, your landlord must return your deposit within 15 days of your moving out.

If they don't, you can sue your landlord in small claims court, provided the amount is under $5,000. This can save you a ton of money in legal fees.

You also have the right to withhold rent if necessary repairs aren’t made, but you must notify your landlord in writing first. Furthermore, Florida law dictates that your landlord must give you at least 12 hours’ notice before entering your apartment.

Renting a house in Kissimmee, FL

Those looking for a cozy home with lots of living and storage space and a backyard, and also like the freedom of renting, rental homes can offer the best of both worlds. This segment of the rental market has become very popular and the selection is better than ever. In Kissimmee, FL there are 27 homes for rent including duplexes, townhomes and single family homes for rent. To find the right house that fits your criteria, filter by price, number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms or amenities. It may also be useful to know that the average cost to rent a single family home in Kissimmee, FL is .

When you rent a house you can have as little or as much space as you wish

While apartments can be more limiting space wise, when you rent a house, you have a little more wiggle room (pun intended). Smaller 1 bedroom homes are perfect for a couple, 2 bedroom homes for those who need an extra bedroom for guests or for a baby, 3 bedroom and 4 bedroom homes that are just right for families with children. Larger rental homes are also great for sharing with roommates, whether you’re looking for something close to work, close to your college campus, or just close to shopping and entertainment.

Finding a home nearby is easier than you think. Check out our Apartments Near Me page and take your pick!