Sacramento, CA. - While living in Sacramento is typically less expensive than in California's other major cities, it still isn't cheap to rent an apartment.
In fact, the average rent for an apartment in the state's capital is over $1,800 a month. Luckily, renters who are savvy enough, search enough, and consider the entire metro area, can still find rental options for under half that amount!
1. Eaglewood - Woodland
Located in nearby Woodland, Eaglewood has spacious studio units that start at $867 a month.
Residents enjoy a wide range of amenities like a swimming pool, fitness center, clubhouse, controlled access for more security, and living near public transportation.
2. Delta Cove Senior Apartments - Sacramento
If you are looking for affordable senior housing in the city, the Delta Cove Senior Apartments have one-bedroom units that rent for as low as $735 a month.
Amenities include access to Meals on Wheels, beautiful grounds, including a rose garden, laundry facilities, controlled access for enhanced security, and being near public transportation.
3. Sonrisa - Sacramento
Sonrisa is an affordable housing community with cozy studio units that start at $710 a month. However, income restrictions do apply.
For example, a single-person household must make less than $28,400 a year.
Community amenities include high-speed internet access, controlled access, laundry facilities, and bike storage.
4. The Spoke Student Living - Davis
College students in Davis looking for off-campus housing should check out The Spoke Student Living community. The property has one-bedroom units that start at $890 a month.
Residents enjoy living near the UC Davis campus with a swimming pool, fitness center, laundry facilities, and study lounge.
5. Ryder on Olive - Davis
Another option for UC Davis students, the Ryder on Olive has apartments that start at $900 per person (bedroom).
Amenities include living near public transportation, a pet play area and washing station, a swimming pool and clubhouse, fitness center, and on-site laundry facilities.
6. The Crossings Sacramento
For college students looking for off-campus housing in Sacramento, The Crossings Sacramento offers residents affordable quad living. For example, four-bedroom units start at $880 per person (bedroom).
Community amenities include fully furnished units, a fitness center, swimming pool and clubhouse, on-site retail, WiFi access, bike storage, and being near public transportation.
7. Adobe at Evergreen - Davis
The Adobe at Evergreen is another official UC Davis housing partner. The property has four-bedroom, four-bathroom units that start at $852 a bedroom (person).
Residents enjoy free Xfinity WiFi, house-matching services for those without roommates, and nearby biking and walking trails.
8. Antioch Family and Senior Apartments - Antioch
Farther out from the city, the Antioch Family and Senior Apartments have one-bedroom units that rent for as low as $743 a month.
Community amenities include a swimming pool, pet play area, high-speed internet access, and living in a gated community.
9. Academy 65 - Sacramento
Finally, one last affordable off-campus housing option for college students in the city, Academy 65 has two-bedroom, two-bathroom units that start at $750 a person (bedroom).
Amenities include being close to campus, a hot tub, a courtyard with outdoor grilling space, a fitness center, and study areas.
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