Miami’s average rent of $1729 is a few hundreds shy of average rent in other coastal metropolis (shame on you and your outrageous rents, Boston!) However, it’s still over the average rent in America. And, more importantly, getting this monthly sum together is a huge stretch for most inhabitants of the Magic City. Rent in Miami is so high that those who pay it are facing a serious affordability crisis– 6 out of 10 adults are paying over the suggested 30% of their income on rent. In this tricky renting environment it’s crucial to have all the listings and all the details. Our database of over seven million off-MLS listings sourced directly from private owners and landlords gets real estate agents 100% visibility (with co-brokes attached!) and gives tenants more choices.
Looking to relocate to Miami’s sunny shores? Already living in Miami and looking to find some fresh digs? See what you can rent in Miami right now for around average price.
Suburban Saver in The Hammocks for $1590
There’s some great reasons why renters are opting to live in the suburbs rather than the city (Related: Suburban Renting: Why Real Estate Agents Must Pay Attention). This spacious one-bedroom in a chic building perfectly demonstrates the bang you can get for your buck when you get away from downtown. The top-notch amenities in this building include a kids park, a billiards room, a conference center, a Starbucks, and a resort style pool. Plus, the units are newly renovated! You’ll need a car to live here, but with the Florida Turnpike only a 10 minute drive, this unit strikes the perfect urban/ suburban balance.
Retro Chic in South Beach for $1500
Who says you need to rake in millions to live on the South Beach? This one bedroom one bath in a chic 1950’s building gets you right in the center of the action. With generous square footage and in-unit laundry, you won’t feel like you’re compromising to live only five minutes from the beach.
Fresh and New in Wynwood for $1676
Located only 10 minutes away from Coyo, Wynwood Walls, El Patio, and (maybe most importantly!) The Salty Donut, this studio is perfect for a renter looking to enjoy local artwork and restaurants. Or, if you feel like beating the topical heat, this new construction features a luxe pool, a virtual spin studio, and a pet grooming salon for your furry best friend. This studio unit boasts floor to ceiling windows and custom Italian kitchens with stainless steel appliances and vanities.
Fit for A Family in Calusa for $1600
Think rentals are only for bachelors/ bachelorettes? Think again. There are lots of larger rentals fit for families that can be rented at around average price. Every time we peak into our database, we try to show you at least one. Check out this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom apartment that’s sure to draw the attention of a family hoping to rent in Miami. Spread out over two floors, residents can enjoy hardwood floors, and can beat the heat with the central AC. Plus, there’s a balcony and lawn, and a Publix only 10 minutes away.
Upscale Glamor in Brickell for $2025
Ok, so this one’s a little higher than average rent, but we thought you might want to look anyways. We’re getting some super glamorous vibes from this new construction’s Italian kitchens, hardwood floors, and open floor plans. With a “Walk Score” in the high 90s, residents can be car-optional. (Also, click through these photos to see the most gorgeous sunset view ever!)
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