Vermont Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Vermont (VT)

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Largest Cities in Vermont

The rental market in Vermont offers plenty of available apartments in the state’s largest cities. With your search underway, the city of Burlington is a great place to start, whether you need a family sized unit or you’re a young professional just looking on your own. Bigger communities like Rutland and St. Johnsbury also have an array of available rental listings.

Other Large Cities in Vermont

that there are plenty of rental housing options throughout the entire state. Middlebury and Hinesburg are two such communities that offer desirable rentals at reasonable rates.

 

Average August Rental Rates in Vermont


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $1,000 (42)
One Bedroom $1,027 (74)
Two Bedroom $1,679 (508)
Three Bedroom $2,674 (1200)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Vermont Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Vermont $1679 -
New Hampshire $1220 (-459)
Massachusetts $2075 (396)
Connecticut $1492 (-187)
Rhode Island $1400 (-279)
Maine $1239 (-440)
 

Rental Trends in Vermont


Month Rent Change
March $1556 -
April $1292 (-264)
May $1258 (-34)
June $1563 (305)
July $1706 (143)
August $1679 (-27)
 

Information about Vermont

Vermont, the Green Mountain State, is a beautifully quaint locality, where eager apartment shoppers can find rental opportunities in both easy to maneuver cities or in rustic, less populated communities. In either case, people who are looking to rent in Vermont can uncover plenty of fine apartment listings that are being offered at a range of reasonable prices.

With a statewide population that’s only larger than Wyoming’s total inhabitance, Vermont is ranked 49th in the nation for fewest residents. The Vermont total populous is approximately 622,000 people, and only slightly more than 7,700 of those people live in Montpelier, the capital city. In Vermont, manufacturing and healthcare are significant industries to the state economy, which altogether is relatively diverse. Tourism also is an important sector and agriculture is a multibillion-dollar industry. Vermont is home to several topnotch colleges and universities, including Middlebury College.

People who live in Vermont often are right in the heart of a community that has that classic New England atmosphere. Although both residents and visitors will have access to nightclubs and a bustling downtown lifestyle in cities like Burlington, other communities operate at a slower pace. Vermont also often is known as a famous skiing and snowboarding destination. Killington, Stowe, and Jay Peak are just a few locations that attract thousands of people year after year who want to enjoy the snow-covered slopes. Aside from a multitude of outdoor activities, residents can swing by historical sites, take a brewery tour or even visit the Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream factory in the town of Waterbury, Vermont.