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Houston has a classic downtown, along with expansive surroundings.
Featured rentals in Houston
Find rentals in Houston, TX. Browse 4 other, 8 duplexes, 112 apartments, 2 guest houses, 5 condos, 18 townhouses, 1 loft, and 35 houses with prices ranging from $500-$8,650. undefinedBrowse rentals all across Houston, on streets including Arbor Street, 2800 Kirby Drive, and Conley Street and in neighborhoods including Clear Lake City, Energy Corridor, and Imperial Plaza.Browse all rentals
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Find 32+ private and shared rooms starting at $500/month, 73+ one-bedroom rentals starting at $800/month, 40+ two-bedroom rentals starting at $1,800/month, and 11+ three-bedroom rentals starting at $2,000/month.
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Find 46+ rentals with elevator starting at $948/month, 88+ furnished rentals starting at $500/month, and 17+ wheelchair accessible rentals starting at $948/month.
Living in Houston
With over 2.3 million residents, Houston is the largest city in Texas. While downtown Houston is compact, the entire city sprawls out over 630 square miles. The city is so large that people refer to places based on whether they're inside out outside the loop, which is Interstate 610. Midtown, Greenway/Upper Kirby, NRG Park, and the Texas Medical Center are inside the loop, while Willowbrook and the Energy Corridor are outside.
Since Houston is massive, getting from one side of the city to the other can take over an hour, no matter how you travel. The car still reigns supreme here, but there are often accidents and heavy traffic. Houston METRO offers public transportation in the form of light rail and buses, but you'll likely have to make at least one connection.
Houston experiences rainfall throughout the year, but the spring and fall are the wettest seasons. Most summer days reach 90°F, so it’s good to know where the nearest swimming pool is. While winters are mild, temperatures can dip below freezing.
Top sights and attractions
Space Center Houston
If you want to learn more about space and space travel, the Space Center has you covered. Inside you’ll find replicas of shuttles and rockets, collections of moon rocks, and astronaut suits. You can even take a tram tour of astronaut training facilities and Mission Control.