Montana Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Montana (MT)

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Largest Cities in Montana

First-rate apartment rentals are accessible throughout Montana’s largest cities. The biggest urban area in Montana is Billings, which has a total estimated population of just over 100,000 people. Potential renters can find great deals in Billings, as well as some of the other largest cities in the state, including Missoula, Great Falls, and Butte.

Other Large Cities in Montana

Even though apartment hunters can find great rental deals across the largest urban areas in Montana, some of the state’s smaller cities offer rentals at excellent rates, as well. Reasonably priced apartments can be found in popular communities like Sidney, Whitefish, and Lewiston.

 

Average December Rental Rates in Montana


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $835 (-155)
One Bedroom $847 (-113)
Two Bedroom $922 (-254)
Three Bedroom $1,568 (112)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Montana Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Montana $922 -
Idaho $734 (-188)
Wyoming $856 (-66)
North Dakota $1200 (278)
Utah $955 (33)
South Dakota $807 (-115)
 

Rental Trends in Montana


Month Rent Change
July $901 -
August $889 (-12)
September $896 (7)
October $903 (7)
November $918 (15)
December $922 (4)
 

Information about Montana

Encompassing a vast and picturesque portion of the Western United States, Montana offers a sizeable catalog of apartment listings that suit an array of rental needs. Apartment hunters searching for places to live in Big Sky Country can uncover wonderful rental listings throughout the state, many which are on the market at affordable prices.

Although Montana has many fantastic communities where renters can access apartment rentals, the state isn’t densely populated. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the total estimated populous of Montana is about 975,000 people. However, Montana is ranked the 4th largest state in the nation by its total land area. Billings is Montana’s biggest city, but the capital Helena also is one of the state’s larger communities, with a population of nearly 30,000 people. Agriculture is one of Montana’s primary industries and tourism also is a significant economic force, as millions are drawn to the attractions of this Big Sky state every year.

Residents may be pleased to discover the range of attractions and recreational activities that Montana has to offer. Home to two of the most well-known national parks in the country, Montana has captivated many with its mountainous, wildlife-filled landscapes. Located in two different regions of the state, Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park elicit the fanfare of many outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you’d rather find something to do in the outdoors like skiing and hiking or are more interested in restaurants, shopping, and historical sites, Montana tenders it all.

From studio apartments to condos and townhouses, MyApartmentMap’s listings cover a variety of housing rentals throughout the entire state of Montana.