In Michigan, Rent.com has apartments in:
- Ann Arbor
- Auburn Hills
- Battle Creek
- Clinton Township
- Dearborn Heights
- East Lansing
- Farmington Hills
- Grand Blanc
- Grand Rapids
Featured Apartments in Michigan
The Pines of Cloverlane, where luxury meets affordability!...Ann Arbor Schools, convenient location and MUCH more! Check us out today!! You won't believe all that we have to offer....
Ypsilanti MI, 48197
Ask about the New Village Green of Waterford....Awarded the Real Estate A List Award for customer service 3 years running...... Convenient Location, the best of West Bloomfield, Bloomfield and Clarkston are nearby....Close to M-59 and Telegraph Roads...Resort-Class Amenities...Perfect for Roommate Living...Renovations Now Taking Place...Free WiFi at Clubhouse and Pool!
Waterford MI, 48328
Welcome Home to Briarcliffe! Our beautiful apartments and townhomes feature spacious and open floorplans, tons of cupboard, closet, and storage space. Our community comes equipt with central air and heat, in-home or on-site laundry and so much more!
Lansing MI, 48910
Brand New and Only 5 Minutes to Novi and Brighton...Large Dogs Welcome...Full Size Washer and Dryer in Every Apartment Home...
New Hudson MI, 48165
Walk to Shopping & Restaurants...Fenton's Newest Luxury Apartment Community...Easy Access To US 23, I-74, I-96...
Fenton MI, 48430
At University Green we provide our residents the peace of mind needed to relax comfortably in their apartment homes. Come home to enjoy a unique and unparalleled lifestyle in our recently renovated community.
Ypsilanti MI, 48198
One, Two, Three Bedroom Apartments and Town Homes in Dearborn, MI. Historic and Scenic Gated Community. Located In Dearborn. Ultimate Comfort And Convenience.
Dearborn MI, 48126
Georgetown Park ten minutes from I-75, and convenient to both Flint and Auburn Hills. Community amenities include poolside WiFi, fitness center, playground, basketball court, tennis court, manicured putting green, and picnic area, all set on 46 acres. Nine spacious floor plans include private apartment entry, intercom entry, ceiling fans, vaulted ceiling, large pantry, walk-in closet, full-size washer and dryer, utility room, and covered parking.
Fenton MI, 48430
Grand Rapids' best rental value with a location of supreme convenience. Nestled off Alpine Avenue, you'll enjoy the numerous restaurants, shopping, and entertainment that surrounds you, while secluded by a picturesque setting on 32 acres of mature and beautiful landscaping.
Grand Rapids MI, 49544
Minutes Away from major Expressways...Convenient Shopping Close by...Industrial Corridor South of City...Approximately 3 Miles South of Canterbury...
Livonia MI, 48152
Michigan may have the most straightforward state nickname in the whole country: The Great Lakes State. Michigan features more shoreline than any other state except Alaska, with shores along four of the Great Lakes: Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron and Lake Erie. Lake Michigan divides the state into two peninsulas: The Upper peninsula features a densely forested land and is only sparsely populated. The vast majority of the population lives on the Lower peninsula.
What to Expect
Manufacturing accounts for 30% of Michigan's economic production, concentrated mainly on automobiles and transportation equipment. Detroit, Dearborn, Flint, Pontiac and Lansing are historic centers of automobile production, although the industry is now in dramatic decline throughout the state. Other Michigan products include nonelectrical machinery, fabricated metal products, primary metals, chemicals and food products.
Residents and visitors alike take great pleasure in the great outdoors of Michigan. With more than 3,200 miles of shoreline, 11,000 inland lakes, 5,600 miles of snowmobile trails, dozens of downhill ski resorts and four national parks, there's more than enough nature to go around. Michigan is at its best in autumn, when the leaves of the state's lush forests explode into shades of red, orange and yellow. As a resident you'll have the luxury of enjoying the views on driving tours, at fall festivals or at the vineyards nestled in the most scenic areas of the state.
Where to Explore
Detroit Apartments The largest city in the state, Detroit is one of the nation's leading industrial centers and the world's foremost manufacturer of automobiles, which gave Detroit the nickname The Motor City. Detroit is currently undergoing a multimillion-dollar renewal of its cultural resources, evidenced in such attractions as the Motown Museum, Detroit Institute of Arts and Detroit Historical Museum. Detroit's inner city has recently started undergoing new investment and renovation as well, making it an especially interesting locale to explore for apartments for rent. Suburbs outside the city are constantly evolving and growing, so there are plenty of housing options there as well. The overall cost of living is 2% below the national average. It's possible to find apartments for rent starting in the $300-400 range, although posh apartment rentals with a view go well over $1,000 a month.
Grand Rapids Apartments Consistently ranked as one of the "Best Small Towns in America," the Land of 1,000 Grand Lakes lures newcomers and satisfies residents with its unsurpassed natural beauty. Recreational activities abound; golf, boating, fishing and hiking are all popular pastimes. Residents here also enjoy a strong economy, progressive educational systems, excellent healthcare and a friendly and caring community. It's a great place to find homes or apartments and settle down.
Ann Arbor Apartments A true college town, Ann Arbor is most famous as the home of the University of Michigan, one of the nation's top-ranked universities. This illustrious school may help explain why Ann Arbor is known as an intellectual and cultural haven; the city claims to buy more books per capita than any other American city. Cultural offerings include museums, galleries, live music and historic streets. The overall cost of living here is 24% higher than the national average, with many items such as food and clothing running quite expensive. However, housing costs are slightly lower than the national average, which is good news if you.re looking for apartments in the area. Average one-bedroom apartments rentals cost an average of $750 per month; two-bedroom apartments go for $1,000, and three-bedroom apartments cost an average of $1,500.