Houses for Rent in Philadelphia, PA - 39 Rentals available
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Philadelphia’s Best Neighborhoods for Renters
Renowned internationally for its cheesesteaks and home to the Declaration of Independence, Philadelphia has that small-town charm with all the perks of a big city. Plus, this sixth-largest metro area in the U.S. is only a few hours from New York City and Washington, D.C., so neighborhoods in Philly are just as diverse as you’d expect them to be.
To help out, we put together a list of the most googled neighborhoods in the city by other renters like you. Check them out below:
Philadelphia’s average rent reached $1,685 in April
Philadelphia’s average rent reached $1,685 in April, after a 1.5% increase since last year. A thriving economic and cultural hub with a 44% renter share, Philadelphia is a desirable place to live and work in, with apartment prices above the national average of $1,417. [View Full Report]
Philadelphia’s average rent was $1,685 in April
Philadelphia’s average rent reached $1,685 in April, after a 1.5% increase since last year. A thriving economic and cultural hub with a 44% renter share, Philadelphia is a desirable place to live and work in, with apartment prices above the national average of $1,417.
The average rent for an apartment in Philadelphia rose slower than in other surrounding cities, such as Upper Darby ($946), where prices went up by 4.5%. Meanwhile, apartment rates in Bensalem increased by 8.2%, reaching a $1,372 average.
What it costs to rent in the largest renter hubs in the Philadelphia area
West Chester, the city with the largest renter share (63%) in the Philadelphia area, has a $1,637 average rent, after an 4.7% annual increase. The second largest renter hub, Norristown, has a 62% renter share, with its apartments going for $1,375 on average (up by 1.8% since last year). Exton and its 52% share of renters follows, with a $1,829 average apartment price.
Pottstown also has a 52% renter share, with apartments going for $1,241 after a 7.3% yearly increase. Last but not least, Bryn Mawr's 51% share of renters places it fifth among the area’s renter hubs. The city’s average rent reached $1,764 in April, going up by 3.8% in the past year.
The priciest and cheapest cities for renters in the Philadelphia area
Exton is the priciest city for renters in the Philadelphia area, with apartments renting for $1,829 per month. Malvern’s $1,807 rate is the second most expensive, while apartments in Bryn Mawr ($1,764) come in third.
For renters in search of budget-friendly apartments, Upper Darby's $946 average rent is the cheapest in the Philadelphia area, followed by Drexel Hill's $1,178 rate. Morrisville rentals are the third least pricey on the list, with a $1,209 average rent as of April.
Philadelphia apartment rents in popular ZIP codes for renters
Among Philadelphia's most popular renter ZIP codes, 19103 has a $2,206 average rent, above the city average ($1,685). At the same time, rentals in ZIP 19104 go for $2,551, while prices in ZIP 19144 circle around $1,302. Apartment rents in ZIP 19131 clock in at around $1,561, lower than the Philadelphia average, while rates in ZIP 19102 average at $2,238.
Check out how average rents evolved across the Philadelphia area
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The data on average rents included in our reports comes directly from competitively-rented (market-rate) large-scale multifamily properties (50+ units in size), via telephone survey. The data is compiled and reported by our sister company Yardi Matrix, a business development and asset management tool for brokers, sponsors, banks and equity sources underwriting investments in the multifamily, office, industrial and self-storage sectors. Fully-affordable properties are not included in the survey and are not reported in rental rate averages. Local rent reports include only cities with a statistically-relevant stock of large-scale multifamily properties of 50+ units.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much is the rent for a house in Philadelphia, PA?
The price range of a house for rent is between $900 and $2,995. Find house for rent in Philadelphia, PA.
How many houses are available in Philadelphia, PA on RENTCafé?
There are 9 house rentals available on RENTCafé. Prices and availability in Philadelphia, PA were last updated on 23 Jun 2021.
What is the average size of a rental house in Philadelphia, PA?
The average Philadelphia, PA rental house size is 1,188 sq. ft.
What are the advantages of renting a house in Philadelphia, PA?
Renting a house in Philadelphia, PA comes with more space, both indoor and outdoor.
What are the downsides of renting a house apartment in Philadelphia, PA?
Houses for rent in Philadelphia, PA 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 Philadelphia, PA.
Philadelphia, PA Demographics
- Total Population1,579,075
Female 747,479Male 831,596
- Median Age34.4
Average Rent in Philadelphia, PA
- Philadelphia, PA Average Rental Price, May 2021 $1,688 /mo
Philadelphia, PA Apartment Rent Ranges
- > $2,00024%
Philadelphia, PA Rent Trends
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Philadelphia, PA Households
- Total Number of Households601,337
Family 325,916Non-family 275,421
Children 163,078No Children 438,259
- Average People Per Household2.55
- Median Household Income$45,927
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$994
Philadelphia, PA Education Statistics
- No High School5%
- Some High School43%
- Some College19%
- Associate Degree5%
- Bachelor Degree17%
- Graduate Degree11%
Renting a house in Philadelphia, PA
If you are interested in living in a serene house, with no noise restrictions and a backyard, you might want to search through rental homes. More and more people nowadays choose to rent houses because the advantages are unlimited. Social butterflies can throw parties without worrying about Mrs. Jenny calling the police and sunbathers can soak up some vitamin D in the intimacy of their lovely patio. With a large variety of options to choose from, you are sure to find a house out of the 6 homes for rent in Philadelphia, PA that will satisfy your need for comfort and privacy. Regardless of the size you’re searching for, we have your covered with plenty of duplexes or single family homes for rent. Because your money is important and you want to choose wisely, there are also cheap houses for rent in Philadelphia, PA starting from $985. If you’re open to spending a little more, there are many wonderful rental houses situated in some of the best residential areas in Philadelphia, PA.
Pick your house based on how much living space you require
If you want to rent but are not willing to cut down on your size requirements, rental homes are for you. While large apartments are also great, houses have their advantages. The average house in Philadelphia, PA provides plenty of living and storage space for you and your family, including pets. Whether you have little children or you dream of being able to accommodate your out-of-town guests, you can choose from houses up to 3 bedroom and 4 bedroom in size. If you and your loved one are newly-weds and need something no larger than a 1 bedroom or 2 bedroom home, select the number of beds from the top menu. The right home is waiting to be discovered.