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What You Can Rent for $1k in Texas’ 4 Largest Cities

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    What You Can Rent for $1k in Texas’ 4 Largest Cities

    From the trendy Houston Heights to budding East Austin, we’ve compiled apartments that can be had for under $1k in Texas’ four major cities. Throughout the state, you get a good bang for your buck, but some spots are more affordable and desirable than others.  

    The Heights

    What You Can Rent for $1k in Texas’ 4 Largest Cities

    Garage Apartment with Charm

    Area: Houston 

    Cost: $995/month

    Size: one-bedroom

    Brief Description: This small but cozy garage apartment is in the popular Heights area of Houston, just inside the 610 Loop and minutes from Downtown. It’s also within walking distance to historic 19th Street, an area with restaurants, bars, grocery stores and everything in between.

    Woodlands/Spring

    What You Can Rent for $1k in Texas’ 4 Largest Cities

    Luxury Apartment North of Houston

    Area: Houston

    Cost: $955/month 

    Size: one-bedroom

    Brief Description: Located in Spring, right next to the booming Woodlands area, this property has a ton of amenities, including a 5k SF clubhouse, yoga studio, cyber café, and poolside grills and cabanas. Although it’s a bit of trek to Downtown Houston, this spot isn't short on amenities. 

    Hyde Park

    What You Can Rent for $1k in Texas’ 4 Largest Cities

    Hyde Park Apartment in Prime Location

    Area: Austin

    Cost: $1k/month 

    Size: one-bedroom

    Brief Description: The unit sits at 38th and Guadalupe, so you’d be hard-pressed to find a better location close to the UT campus, Downtown and the Drag. The apartments are simple but include faux wood flooring, updated countertops, and on-site laundry and parking. 

    East Austin

    What You Can Rent for $1k in Texas’ 4 Largest Cities

    East Austin Spot Close to I-35

    Area: Austin

    Cost: $995/month 

    Size: one-bedroom

    Brief Description: This complex is just east of I-35, close to downtown and the UT campus. At 642 SF, the one-bedrooms aren’t particularly roomy, but they do include updated fixtures and appliances and an on-site fitness center and laundry facility. 

    Pearl 

    What You Can Rent for $1k in Texas’ 4 Largest Cities

    Retro Apartments Near Pearl

    Area: San Antonio

    Cost: $905/month

    Size: one-bedroom

    Brief Description: These renovated 850 SF apartments boast stained concrete floors, granite countertops, and a built-in microwave and ice maker. The location can’t be beat—this spot is minutes away from Pearl, Quarry and Alamo Heights. 

    Westover Hills

    What You Can Rent for $1k in Texas’ 4 Largest Cities

    New Property Near Westover Hills & Seaworld

    Area: San Antonio

    Cost: $880/month 

    Size: one-bedroom

    Brief Description: These swanky apartments feature nine-foot ceilings, huge private patios and balconies, and upscale finishes. The community includes a clubhouse, fitness center, pool, sun deck, outdoor fireplace and pet park with pet washing station

    Uptown

    What You Can Rent for $1k in Texas’ 4 Largest Cities

    Uptown Duplex Close to West Village

    Area: Dallas

    Cost: $895/month

    Size: one-bedroom 

    Description: This privately owned 12-plex in popular Uptown is just a short walk from West Village. The unique property was built in the 1930s and maintains some original charm in addition to hardwood floors, granite counters and secured parking with electronic entry. 

    Richardson 

    What You Can Rent for $1k in Texas’ 4 Largest Cities

    Sherill Park Luxury Apartments

    Area: Dallas

    Cost: $995/month

    Size: one-bedroom

    Description: This new apartment complex in Richardson is adjacent to Sherill Park and close to mixed-use retail and dining. The apartments have high-end finishes and include a washer/dryer, crown molding, garden tubs and a chef-style kitchen.