$569 - $729
- 1-3 Beds
- 1-1.5 Baths
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Do you want a house with a backyard, a grill area, that offers you privacy and enough space for your family? RENTCafé offers you the possibility to look for a house for rent near you, to find the one that best suits your family. Browsing through our listings, you can filter by size, price, pet policy, check out the location, to find the best house in your area. Whether you are looking to move to a particular neighborhood, or a specific ZIP code, may it be for its safety, beautiful buildings, or quiet atmosphere, you can find the rental house that your whole family will enjoy.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much is the rent for a house in Dayton, OH?
The price range of a house for rent is between $569 and $1,465. Find house for rent in Dayton, OH.
How many houses are available in Dayton, OH on RENTCafé?
There are 16 house rentals available on RENTCafé. Prices and availability in Dayton, OH were last updated on 17 Jan 2021.
What is the average size of a rental house in Dayton, OH?
The average Dayton, OH rental house size is 1,167 sq. ft.
What are the advantages of renting a house in Dayton, OH?
Renting a house in Dayton, OH comes with more space, both indoor and outdoor.
What are the downsides of renting a house apartment in Dayton, OH?
Houses for rent in Dayton, OH 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 Dayton, OH.
Dayton, OH Demographics
- Total Population140,782
Female 68,740Male 72,042
- Median Age33.1
Average Rent in Dayton, OH
- Dayton, OH Average Rental Price, October 2020 $834 /mo
Dayton, OH Apartment Rent Ranges
- < $5003%
Dayton, OH Rent Trends
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Dayton, OH Households
- Total Number of Households57,704
Family 29,395Non-family 28,309
Children 15,829No Children 41,875
- Average People Per Household2.21
- Median Household Income$31,395
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$688
Dayton, OH Education Statistics
- No High School4%
- Some High School42%
- Some College30%
- Associate Degree8%
- Bachelor Degree11%
- Graduate Degree6%
Renting a house in Dayton, OH
Do you wish you could live the American Dream minus the roof repairs, fence painting and boiler repairs? You sure can. It’s called rental homes. You are working a steady 9-5, which is sometimes 9-7, so when you finally get home you don’t want to put in a couple of extra hours as an unpaid handyman. The American Dream is about the impeccable backyard lawn where the family dog runs around. It’s about 4th of July barbeques and summer nights spent on your back porch. Of course, the dream is different for everyone, so it all depends on you. And your budget. There are 15 listings in Dayton, OH with prices varying between $569 and . Regardless of your budget you will manage to find some interesting homes for rent that fit your style. If you are moving from an apartment and are on a tight budget, please keep on reading. The American Dream is not only for the rich and beautiful who can rent a 4 bedroom without blinking.
The road from apartment to house is paved with…
… extra expenses. At least everyone says so. If we compare the price of 3 bedroom apartments to single family homes for rent with the same bedroom count, the house will be more expensive. You are paying more to get a yard, more square footage, storage space and privacy. But if you are looking for cheap houses for rent, you should definitely consider duplexes too. They are slightly more affordable and they come in many forms and bedroom counts. You could rent a 1 bedroom duplex, albeit they are somewhat rarer than their 2 bedroom brothers, and it goes without say that the rent will be much lower than renting a single-family house. If you are taking the smart approach, moving to a house will not cost an arm and a leg. Of the 15 listings in Dayton, OH there are plenty of houses you can rent without breaking the bank. And besides, why would you pay extra to stay in a pricey neighborhood, when all you want at the end of a long day is to enjoy the tranquility of your backyard?