Future Residents

Renting a Home Vs. Renting an Apartment

Maybe you are moving to a new city, saving up to buy a house, or just love the flexibility of renting. Regardless of the reason, choosing to rent may just be the perfect option for you.

Now the question becomes, what type of rental is right for you? A Progress Residential® rental home offers amenities and opportunities that you won’t find anywhere else.

Ample Space
If your family needs more than 3 bedrooms, you are often out of luck in an apartment complex. Rental homes offer room to grow: more bedrooms, more square footage, larger garages and more storage space than apartments. Depending on the neighborhood you want, chances are Progress Residential has the perfect home for you– whether it’s a 5-bedroom with a pool and a 3-car garage, or a 3-bedroom with more than 2,000 square feet and a large backyard.

Backyard
Speaking of the backyard, you’ll never find one in an apartment.  Our rental homes have patios and grassy backyards for your family and pets to enjoy. Pools, fire pits and enclosed patios are some of the options our homes offer for your outdoor lifestyle.

No Pet Restrictions
You don’t have to worry about leaving your furry family members behind. Not only do we allow most types of domesticated pet, without common breed restrictions, there is no limit on how many pets you can have! Let’s face it, you won’t find that type of policy with an apartment complex, or another rental company for that matter.

Quiet and Private
It’s simple – single family homes have no shared walls. You won’t have the issues that often come along with apartment complexes, such as noisy upstairs neighbors or busy common areas.

Great Community
Choose a rental home located master-planned community so you enjoy amenities such as pools, clubhouses, tennis courts and even golf courses depending upon the location.

Upgrades
Progress Residential homes have been renovated and upgraded to our high standards of quality and design, ready for your family to move in. Many apartment complexes will go years without updating the countertops or replacing the carpet.

If you’re ready to see what rental homes Progress Residential has available in your area, just click here, type in your city and state, and then filter by your search criteria. Happy house hunting!

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