Virginia Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Virginia (VA)

Search for Cities in Virginia by Name

 

Largest Cities in Virginia

There are excellent rental markets all throughout Virginia, especially in the state’s largest urban communities. Prospective renters can access to plenty of available apartments that boast a variety of rental accommodations in Virginia Beach, which is the largest city in the state. Richmond and Arlington also are great cities in which apartment hunters have found outstanding places to live.

Other Large Cities in Virginia

who are looking for reasonably priced apartments, cities like Lynchburg and Roanoke have numerous advertized listings to check out. Suffolk might also be a great option.

 

Average September Rental Rates in Virginia


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $1,329 (343)
One Bedroom $1,188 (231)
Two Bedroom $1,358 (182)
Three Bedroom $1,658 (182)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Virginia Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Virginia $1358 -
West Virginia $777 (-581)
Maryland $1414 (56)
North Carolina $883 (-475)
Delaware $1062 (-296)
Pennsylvania $1169 (-189)
 

Rental Trends in Virginia


Month Rent Change
April $1367 -
May $1342 (-25)
June $1324 (-18)
July $1317 (-7)
August $1355 (38)
September $1358 (3)
 

Information about Virginia

People in Virginia can find terrific rental apartments in locations all throughout the state. In Virginia, the housing options run the gamut. Whether you want to rent a condo or you’re more interested in studio, this commonwealth state boasts housing options that match a range of tastes.

Overall, Virginia is one of the most populous states in the nation, with a total estimated inhabitance of 7.9 million people. Virginia residents make their homes everywhere from the Blue Ridge Mountains region to localities along Atlantic Coast. The city of Virginia Beach is the biggest metropolitan area and a significant force in the state’s tourism industry. Many of the people who reside in the state’s northernmost communities like Arlington and Alexandria have government or business sector jobs and many are employed in Washington, D.C. In all, the state has a diverse economy with the service sector representing a significant employer.

Popular attractions are everywhere in Virginia, so there’s a good chance residents can find a destination or activity that suits their tastes. For example, the state has a wealth of historical sites like Colonial Williamsburg, where actors dress in the garb of early America. However, if you’re not quite a history buff and you’d rather enjoy the sand and the sun, then resort communities like Virginia Beach might be the place to go. In the western part of the state, residents can enjoy a plethora of outdoor activities, such as swimming, fishing, and hiking. Not your cup of tea? Fine dining and outstanding shopping is in reach at Hampton Roads.