In Washington, Rent.com has apartments in:
- Des Moines
- Federal Way
- Gig Harbor
- Maple Valley
- Mercer Island
- Mill Creek
- Mountlake Terrace
- Port Orchard
Featured Apartments in Washington
A (farm) fresh approach to living
Bothell WA, 98012
Our Community Is Centrally Located Next To Seattle, Everett, and The North End Making Our Community An Excellent Location...
Lynnwood WA, 98087
Fantastic Lake Washington views! Huge town homes too.
Lake Forest Park WA, 98155
COME VISIT THE ATRIUM ON JAMES TODAY!! HURRY IN!!! * LIMITED AVAILABILITY *
Kent WA, 98032
Mountlake Terrace, just off Cedar Way at 236th St. SW. Convenient to I-5, I-405 and Rte 512. Close to shopping, dining and markets.
Mountlake Terrace WA, 98043
Located in Seattle ETMs Interbay quarter, Slate Apartments & Lofts will let you be part of it all, yet still get away.
Seattle WA, 98119
HURRY BEFORE THEY ARE ALL GONE...New and Gated...Cedar Court is perfectly situated near the best shopping in Tacoma. Here you will find friendly living amongst a setting of exciting pleasures such as restaurants, shopping, parks and recreation and entertainment. Cedar Court is just minutes away from revitalized downtown Tacoma, the Museum of Glass, the Tacoma Art Museum, Historic Tacoma and the waterfront.
Tacoma WA, 98409
Centrally located Apartment Homes and Community...
Bellevue WA, 98007
Naturally Landscaped, Wooded Grounds...Beautiful 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Floor Plans...Private Balconies and Patios...
Federal Way WA, 98023
Studio, One and Two Bedroom apartments at The Landing!!!
Renton WA, 98057
Picture yourself living in a green land, where you're surrounded by natural beauty, seemingly everyone enjoys outdoor activities in the fresh air, and all the city amenities you need are close at hand. Where might an idyllic place like this exist? Washington. Called the Evergreen State, which fits its gorgeous, year-round-green scenery as well as its reputation as a great place to live, Washington has lots of apartments and lots of great reasons to move there.
What to Expect
A robust economy is one of Washington's strengths. It's no surprise that the state is a leading lumber producer; with the landscape's abundant supply of Douglas fir, hemlock, white pine, cedar and other tree varieties providing the country with the building blocks of homes, furniture and other products. Washington is also a leading producer of apples, pears, raspberries and other crops. Livestock and commercial fishing are also important components of the economy. More recent industries, including high-tech, computer and aircraft manufacturing, have given Washington greater income and importance.
From rainforests to apple orchards, Mount St. Helens to the Space Needle, there's plenty to see and do here. Shopping and culture abound in the cities, while outdoor recreation is the popular pastime outside the metro areas. Residents here seem to do just about every outdoor sport and hobby there is, including camping, hiking, fishing, golfing rafting, boating, scuba diving, skiing...the list goes on and on.
The overall cost of living in Washington is about 3% above the national average, with housing costs—including apartments for rent—at about 2% above average.
Where to Explore
Seattle Apartments One of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States, the Greater Seattle region is home to 3.6 million people and counting, as more people become aware of all this great city has to offer its residents. A major source of the growth is the increase of high-tech industries, including aerospace, software, computers, biotechnology and telecommunications. Major employers include Boeing, Amazon.com, Costco, Nordstrom, Starbucks Coffee and Alaska Airlines. But enough about work. You'll enjoy Seattle year-round with its mild climate (rarely going below 40 or above 75), as long as you don't mind the rain (there's about 37 inches of it every year, and plenty of cloudy skies to go along with it). When you need to duck indoors, you'll appreciate the city's emphasis on culture, with numerous museums, galleries, theaters, music venues and pro sports to choose from. The overall cost of living in Seattle is about 8% above the national average, so it should come as no surprise that apartments don.t come cheap here. The median price for apartment rentals is $730, with the average price for apartments at $860.
Spokane Apartments This "All-American City" is the second largest in the state and one of the nicest places in the country to live, according to many publications (not to mention the locals). Mild weather and a multitude of outdoor activities keep Spokane residents out of their apartments, where they enjoy the many golf courses, local farms, wineries, parks and the beautiful Spokane River. Spokane enjoys a lower cost of living than Seattle, making this a great city to explore houses for sale or apartments for rent. Average house price is $125,000, while the median price for apartment rentals is $530 per month.