Florida Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Florida (FL)

Alphabetical Directory of Cities in Florida

 
 
 

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Largest Cities in Florida

Florida has several large cities that feature not only reasonably priced rentals, but also offer fun and enjoyable nightlife to match. Miami and Tampa are examples vast metropolitan areas where renters can find apartments that meet an array of needs. The largest population center is Jacksonville. With an estimated residential base of more than 1.5 million people, this big city has numerous places to live.

Other Large Cities in Florida

Gainesville, Pensacola, and West Palm Beach are examples of cities that are very popular locations for renters. These communities, and many others in Florida, have many outstanding housing opportunities for apartment hunters. Conveniently, smaller cities often have rental listings at very reasonable prices.

 

Average April Rental Rates in Florida


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $1,028 (81)
One Bedroom $976 (34)
Two Bedroom $1,295 (153)
Three Bedroom $1,574 (221)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Florida Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Florida $1295 -
Georgia $912 (-383)
Alabama $748 (-547)
South Carolina $890 (-405)
Mississippi $771 (-524)
Louisiana $1039 (-256)
 

Rental Trends in Florida


Month Rent Change
November $1356 -
December $1334 (-22)
January $1364 (30)
February $1327 (-37)
March $1328 (1)
April $1295 (-33)
 

Information about Florida

People who enjoy the sun, the beach, and plenty of attractions, might find Florida to be their choice state when it comes to renting an apartment. As one of the larger states on the Eastern Seaboard, renters can find great apartments in several distinct areas of Florida, including the panhandle and the Keys. In order to locate the Florida apartment that’s right for you, browse through the multitude of rental listings from the Sunshine State that are hosted on MyApartmentMap.

Ranked as one of the largest states by population, Florida is home to more than 18.5 million people, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Many of these people dwell in large urban areas, including the state capital of Tallahassee and its surrounding metro area. About 360,000 people reside in that urbanized region. Miami also has a significant population and is considered a hub of culture and commerce. Florida offers a range of employment opportunities, notably in tourism, hospitality, and other service sectors. Numerous colleges and universities are headquartered in the state.

Florida famously is home to several amusement parks. Walt Disney World Resort, SeaWorld, and Universal Studios, are all located in the Orlando metropolitan area, where these major attractions collectively draw millions of visitors each year to that part of the state. Florida’s beaches also are an unparalleled fixture of this well-known peninsula’s allure. Residents can hit the sands not only along the Atlantic Ocean, but also on the Gulf Coast. Sports fans also might feel right at home in Florida. There are a number of pro sports teams, which represent leagues like the NBA, NFL, MLB, and NHL.