Affordable High End Apartments

15 Cities for Affordable High-End Apartments

Everywhere you look these days you see apartment complexes popping up. It does not matter if you are in a poor neighborhood or a high-end neighborhood, multi-family rental buildings seem to be the choice for investors these days. Most of these complexes come with all the bells and whistles to attract tenants from all walks of life and all age groups, you will see them equipped with amenities such as fitness centers, yoga rooms, free breakfast, theaters, multiple pools, indoor basketball courts, VR golfing rooms, saunas, hot tubs, and the list goes on and on.  These places all look too expensive to afford but when you consider having access to these increasingly extravagant amenities these places seem like a great deal.

We have discovered that the average monthly rental price nationally for one of these high -end apartment buildings is about $1,600. While that price seems high for the budgets of most people these prices can drastically vary from city to city. We did the legwork to figure out which cities have the most affordable high-end apartments. We considered the prices of both one and three bedroom digs; then we compared those rental prices to the lower end rental property prices for even further comparison.  Here are 15 cities with the most affordable high-end rentals.

 

  1. El Paso, TX

Average High-End Rental Price: $976

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $852 to $1,194

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $291

 

  1. Oklahoma City, OK

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,024

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $872 to $1,295

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $368

 

  1. Las Vegas, NV

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,102

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $838 to $1,322

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $284

 

  1. Louisville, KY

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,123

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $832 to $1,500

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $312

 

  1. Memphis, TN

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,134

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $988 to $1,476

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $486

 

  1. Phoenix, AZ

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,154

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $999 to $1,378

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $351

 

  1. Jacksonville, FL

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,173

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $1,010 to $1,434

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $347

 

  1. San Antonio, TX

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,176

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $1,029 (studio) to $1,537

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $351

 

  1. Indianapolis, IN

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,191

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $1,137 to $1,394

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $453

 

  1. Charlotte, NC

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,247

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $1,157 to $1,455

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $347

 

  1. Columbus, OH

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,319

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $992 to $2,047

Low-end to High-end Price Difference:: $528

 

  1. Dallas, TX

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,428

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $1,165 to $2,049

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $524

 

  1. Austin, TX

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,432

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $1,247 to $1,891

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $371

 

  1. Houston, TX

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,448

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $1,229 to $1,848

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $608

 

  1. Nashville, TN

Average High-End Rental Price: $1,513

One to Three BDR Rental Price: $1,410 to $1,745

Low-end to High-end Price Difference: $502