Idaho Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Idaho (ID)

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Largest Cities in Idaho

Affordable apartments in prime locations can be found throughout Idaho, especially in the state’s largest urban areas. With nearly 200,000 people living within city limits, Boise is Idaho’s biggest metropolitan community, as well as its state capital. Nampa, Pocatello, and Idaho Falls also are some of Idaho’s more sizeable cities.

Other Large Cities in Idaho

Smaller cities in Idaho often suit the needs of many renters who are looking for reasonably priced apartments. In popular cities like Blackfoot and Moscow, the cost associated with renting an attractive property might fall into your price range. Idaho cities have plenty of rental options you can look through.

 

Average April Rental Rates in Idaho


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $658 (-288)
One Bedroom $599 (-343)
Two Bedroom $712 (-429)
Three Bedroom $964 (-388)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Idaho Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Idaho $712 -
Montana $893 (181)
Oregon $1018 (306)
Wyoming $811 (99)
Utah $966 (254)
Washington $1277 (565)
 

Rental Trends in Idaho


Month Rent Change
November $705 -
December $705 (0)
January $702 (-3)
February $710 (8)
March $712 (2)
April $712 (0)
 

Information about Idaho

The state of Idaho offers renters many housing options all throughout its majestic and mountainous landscape. Whether you’re a first-time renter or just looking for a change of scenery, an apartment in Idaho might fit your housing needs.

Of the nearly 1.5 million people who call this vast Pacific Northwest state “home,” more than 450,000 of those Idahoans live in the Boise metro area, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The state capital is Boise, a bustling center of commerce situated at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Overall, Idaho has what its state Department of Commerce describes as a diversified economy with agriculture and forest products at the top of the industries list. However, the department indicates that renewable energy and recreation technology are growing business sectors.

Residents of Idaho have easy access to a range of entertainment, culture, and outdoor recreation. For example, Idaho is home to many historical sites and museums, as well as protected land areas. In a single day, residents can visit a cultural center like the Boise Art Museum and then head outdoors to enjoy activities like camping, rafting or fishing. If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure, you also can check out parks such as Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve. Park visitors can see massive and unique lava fields.

Whether you plan to move near the Boise State campus or intend to live in Blackfoot, where The Idaho Potato Museum is located, the Gem State has plenty of available apartments. MyApartmentMap can help you sort through listings to find an excellent rental property.