Houston, TX Apartments

MyApartmentMap has 2406 Houston, Texas Apartments


Renter's Questions

The Experts are here to Help!

CiCi Conner

CiCi Conner - Real Estate Agent

Century 21 Premier Gold

#1 in Westchase , #1 in West Houston , #1 in Northwest , #1 in Northeast , #1 in North

Sue Phillips

Sue Phillips - Real Estate Agent

Welcome Home Rentals, LLC

#1 in Missouri City, TX , #1 in Humble, TX , #1 in Fresno, TX , #1 in Stafford, TX , #1 in South Houston, TX

Ced Thomas

Ced Thomas - Real Estate Agent

Century 21 Olympian

#1 in Southwest , #1 in Southeast , #1 in River Oaks , #1 in Meyerland , #1 in Medical

Ron Tibbets

Ron Tibbets - Real Estate Agent

Ron Tibbets Real Estate

#1 in Apache Junction, AZ , #1 in Sun Lakes, AZ , #1 in Queen Creek, AZ , #1 in Higley, AZ , #1 in Gilbert, AZ


Choosing the Right Rental Property

cici4realestate Century 21 Premier Gold Real Estate Agent

In all cases when choosing a rental property you want to make sure that some basic necessities are always considered. For instance, for those individuals that are relocating and looking for a place that is close to their new job they want to make sure that they have the full and complete insight ...

View Guide

Information About the Area from our Experts



Sue Phillips - Real Estate Agent

Houston is a city well-known for its fantastic restaurants. The CityCentre has a collection of acclaimed places, such as Bistro Alex, Yard House, Brio Tuscan Grille, and many more. One of the neighborhoods that locals claim has the best food is Montrose. The area has a good mix of established restaurants, such as Dolce Vita and Hugo’s, and new flavors, such as El Real and Feast. Chinatown, in southwest Houston, is also a favorite for many. Some of the best restaurants in the area are Quan Yin Vegetarian Restaurant, Sushi Miyagi, and Mala Sichuan Bistro.

Renter Friendly

Renter Friendly

Sue Phillips - Real Estate Agent

In recent years Houston has become a city where more people rent than own. In 2010, 48% of the city’s properties were renter occupied units, which was slightly more than owner occupied units, which accounted for 46% of properties. Even more telling was that in the same year, of all the vacant housing units, 59% were for rent, and only 12% were for sale. It’s much easier to rent an apartment than buy a home here in Houston, and today, there are over thousands of rent friendly places to choose from.

Schools & Education

Schools & Education

Sue Phillips - Real Estate Agent

There are 17 school districts that have jurisdiction in Houston, the largest being the Houston Independent School District. There are over 700 public schools, and over 300 private schools here. There are also a wealth of colleges here, the most prominent being the University of Houston, which is the third-largest university in the state. There are also liberal arts universities, research universities (Rice being the most popular), religious universities, and community colleges.



Sue Phillips - Real Estate Agent

It’s undeniable that Houston offers some of the best culture in the U.S. The city’s Theater District is comprised of six performing halls and nine arts organizations, which host a variety of events for the city’s thriving theater and music scenes. There are also a variety of places to visit in the Museum District, such as the Museum of Fine Arts and the Houston Museum of Natural Science. As for outdoor activities, Houston is home to professional football, basketball, soccer, and baseball teams. They have 56,000 acres of green space, which is the largest amount out of the ten most populous cities in the U.S. (they are the fourth largest U.S. city). This is just a brief overview of all Houston has to offer -- come and see for yourself everything that the city has to offer.


We Have 2,406 Houston, TX Apartment Listings

Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,495 711 Main Street, Houston, TX May 20th
thumbnail 1 Bed $737 San Jacinto/Prairie, Houston, TX May 6th
thumbnail 0 - 3 Bed $1,805 - $16,100 777 Preston Street, Houston, TX May 19th
thumbnail 0 - 3 Bed $1,185 - $5,150 909 Texas Avenue, Houston, TX December 13th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,000 917 Main, Houston, TX May 20th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,400 915 Franklin Street, Houston, TX May 20th
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $1,590 - $3,325 500 Crawford Street, Houston, TX May 21st
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $2,818 - $5,088 Houston, TX June 13th
3 Bed $3,900 2900 N Braeswood Street - 6406-C Mail Box 458 Due Date, Houston, TX May 21st
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,290 - $3,185 15 N Chenevert Street, Houston, TX December 31st
note: use the search at the top of the page to see all listings.

Search all of our rentals

View all listings


Apartment Complexes

Name Bedrooms Price Range
One - Two $966 - $2,821
One - Two $1,487 - $2,228
One - Two $1,385 - $2,827
Three $2,900
Two $5,500
Studio $3,000
note: not all apartment complexes shown.

Rental Data & Trends


Average Apartment Rents for May

Average rent in Houston

Rental Trends for May

Rental trends in Houston


Nearby Cities & Towns

Name Dist. Available Apartments
Bellaire 6.9mi 2,573
Galena Park 7.9mi 1,793
South Houston 10.4mi 1,703
Pasadena 10.5mi 1,629
Pearland 15.0mi 1,630
Stafford 15.2mi 2,458
Channelview 15.3mi 872
Deer Park 15.5mi 971
Fresno 16.5mi 1,808
Humble 17.2mi 1,199
Missouri City 17.3mi 1,988
Friendswood 20.3mi 706

Average Rent near Houston

Rent of cities near Houston

Neighborhoods in Houston