Whether you are relocating from out of town and want to rent before buying, are downsizing from a home and want to stay in the area, or have always been a renter, White Plains has a wide range of choices. You can rent a condo, coop, house, or in an apartment building. The price range is varied. Prices vary depending on how new the building is, how many amenities and whether it has parking. Parking can be a challenge for many of the “train accessible non-doorman buildings”, but there are several municipal lots that tenants take advantage of. You can pay daily or get a monthly parking permit. One bedrooms can start around $1300 for the non-doorman buildings along North Broadway, to $2200 for a one bedroom at a building like The Seasons on Martine, and up to a whopping $5,000 a month for an apartment at The Ritz. Two bedrooms generally start around $1800 and up. Homes that are listed currently range from $1700 for a small older home up to $5,000 for a 3400 square foot more modern home. If looking at the upscale apartment buildings like The Avalon or Bank Street Commons you are looking at one bedrooms starting at $2300 and 2 bedrooms starting at $3,000/month. Additional cost for parking! Whether you are renting an apartment, condo, coop or home, be prepared to furnish W-2’s, credit reports, employer information and references and in some cases bank statements with proof of funds. In the case of renting a coop, you will also have to go before a coop board for approval. Currently there are about 344 various rentals available in the White Plains area. If you are considering renting in White Plains, feel free to text or call me at 914-523-5087 or email me at email@example.com for further information.
Author:Thomas Ricapito Phone: 914-804-3048 Dated: August 7th 2013 Views: 2,825 About Thomas: I got into real estate sales by accident in 2006. At the time, I recently earned a Bachelor's Degre...
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