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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the advantages of renting a house in Provo, UT?
Renting a house in Provo, UT comes with more space, both indoor and outdoor.
What are the downsides of renting a house apartment in Provo, UT?
Houses for rent in Provo, UT 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 RentCafe apartments for rent in Provo, UT.
Provo, UT Demographics
- Total Population116,886
Female 57,710Male 59,176
- Median Age23.7
Provo, UT has a population of 116,886 according to the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau. 59,176 of Provo’s residents are women and 57,710 are men. The median age of those who live in Provo, UT is 23.7.
Average Rent in Provo, UT
- Provo, UT Average Rental Price, February 2022 $1,554 /mo
The average monthly rent of apartments in Provo, UT is $1,554.
Provo, UT Apartment Rent Ranges
About 24% of apartment rents in Provo, UT range between $1,001-$1,500. Meanwhile, apartments priced over $1,501-$2,000 represent 33% of apartments. Around 14% of Provo’s apartments are in the $701-$1,000 price range. 5% of apartments are priced between $501-$700.
Provo, UT Rent Trends
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Compared to the national average rent of $1,628, the average rent in Provo, UT is $1,554.
Provo, UT Households
- Total Number of Households33,447
Family 23,256Non-family 10,191
Children 10,625No Children 22,822
- Average People Per Household3.14
- Median Household Income$50,072
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$958
According to U.S. Census data, there are 33,447 households in Provo, UT. 23,256 are family households and 10,191 are non-family households. There are 10,625 households with children in Provo and 22,822 households without children. On average, about 3.14 people live in a household in Provo, UT. The median income of a Provo household living in Provo is $50,072 per year. The median housing costs per month are $958.
Provo, UT Education Statistics
The level of education of the population of Provo, UT is as follows: 3% have no high school education, 24% completed some high school, 25% partially completed college, 12% have an Associate Degree, 27% have a Bachelor Degree, and 9% have a Graduate Degree.
Renting a house in Provo, UT
Some people just don’t buy into the American dream of owning your own house and sacrificing flexibility. Also, a 30-year mortgage is not the most pleasant thought to wake up with every morning. We understand. But what if you need some extra storage space? What if you like a backyard where you could throw BBQ parties and the kids could play in a safe environment? Luckily, you can forget the dreaded mortgage. Renting a house is the answer. There are 4 homes for rent in Provo, UT. And it won’t necessarily cost an arm and a leg to rent the perfect home for your family. You can look into duplexes for rent too. Prices in Provo, UT for rental homes start at $2,250.
A rental house offers flexibility
Your family situation will change throughout your life. Renting makes it possible to match the size of your home to your lifestyle and financial situation. Maybe it’s just you and your significant other at the moment sharing a charming downtown apartment. But there’s a chance that at some point in time, a third family member will show-up and suddenly that 1 bedroom apartment you were so happy with will become too small. You will realize that you’d much rather prefer the comfort of your own backyard, than all the excitement your current neighborhood provides, that you no longer have time to enjoy anyway. If you want to continue living comfortably, you may want to rent a 2 bedroom house. Or maybe your oldest son turned into a young man who’s going off to college soon. You’ll find yourself in a 4 bedroom house that is suddenly too big. You could downsize and rent a 3 bedroom home with a pool, in a much nicer area. The flexibility of renting makes it possible.