If you’ve been looking for a home for rent in Austin, you’re not alone.
A large swath of the city is being remodeled as part of a massive transformation underway.
A growing number of Austin’s apartments and condos are being renovated to include new features that will make them more attractive to renters.
According to data from Zillow, more than 50 percent of Austin rents in the past year have been for longer-term rental units.
Many of those are being offered for a lower rent.
The Austin Chronicle recently ran an article detailing some of the new amenities.
The article also reported on a growing trend among renters in Austin.
As the city continues to move into the “modern day” of rental housing, some renters are opting for longer leases, which could lead to better rates.
A recent study by Zillower, an online rental company, found that rent rates for Austin renters increased slightly in 2017.
However, it’s not all good news.
Austin renters are facing a number of challenges, including a significant housing shortage.
The city is currently dealing with the largest vacancy rate in the country, according to the Austin Rent Board, at 5.3 percent.
That’s up from 5.1 percent in 2017 and 5.0 percent in 2016.
Austin has seen an increase in the number of vacancies, which is also part of the reason that Austin is in the middle of the country’s largest vacancy crisis, according a recent study from the Urban Institute.
Renters also face a steep cost of living hike due to the city’s historic drought, according the Austin Chronicle.
This summer, a new rent hike for rental units is coming.
The new rate hike is set to go into effect on Aug. 31, and is expected to add more than $200 a month to a monthly rent.
However, the city isn’t letting landlords know yet how much it’s going to increase their rent.
For renters who are looking to rent out their home, a couple of things to consider are:1.
A big investment for a one-bedroom apartment, but a lower price than a two-bedroom.
The average rent for a two bedroom apartment in Austin is $1,700.
The median rent for that unit is $2,400.2.
Rents are going up, so it will be more expensive to rent.
Rental apartments in Austin are getting pricier due to a surge in new construction, including the new $100 million, mixed-use development known as the University of Texas at Austin.
It will add up to $3,400 more a month for a single-bedroom unit in the next three years.3.
It’s important to have a lot of space for your dog.
Austin has some of most dog friendly neighborhoods in the city, according Zillovision.
Dogs are welcome in all of the apartments, but owners must follow leash rules.
If you have a pet, the rules are different than most other cities.
It is not allowed to leave your dog unattended.