Examples Of What Missoula’s ‘Median’ Priced Rentals Look Like
Trying to find an affordable place to rent in Missoula can be a challenge. You may have noticed that things are bit more expensive these days, that isn't your imagination. Here is actually how much you money you need to live in Montana.
Missoula Neighborhood Profiles
We have been covering the profiles of Missoula's neighborhoods, and breaking down what makes each neighborhood unique. Missoula has some interesting statics about our city compared to Montana as a whole. According to the city of Missoula's neighborhood profiles, Missoula's median gross rent is $895 per month. Which is below the state median gross rent of $835 per month. Median is defined by Cambridge Dictionary as an "amount in the middle of a series of numbers".
Missoula Rentals Available
Rental prices have continued to climb in Missoula. If the gross "median" rental price in Missoula is $895, in theory, there should be rentals below that price. The rentals that I found under $895 are not open to just anyone. Some of those rentals have income restrictions that need to be considered before renting. There are at least two rentals in Missoula that are at the gross median rental price in Missoula listed for rent for $895.
1501 S.10th West #2- This property is managed by Bitterroot Management. It is listed as a studio with 1 bathroom and 600 square feet and 1 pet can is allowed, either a cat or a small dog.
2541 River Road #2- This property is managed by MT Properties Group. It is listed as a one bedroom, one bathroom apartment. Pets may be allowed if you have approval from the owner.
With the Missoula property revaluations that recently took place and seeing some instances of increases in property values, we may only see rents increase even more.
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