Rent Apartments in Gainesville, FL Under $600/month

Under $600/month

There is a wide variety of apartment options in Gainesville under $600/month for both students looking to live in a shared apartment situation and couples or professionals in search of a one-bedroom apartment. Use Swamp Rentals search tools to filter apartments for by-the-bedroom pricing or rental rates for the entire apartment to find the setup that fits your needs.

Student Focused Apartments in Gainesville Under $600/Month

When searching for apartments in Gainesville under $600 month, you will typically find that the majority of these communities are student focused communities. Both students and professionals alike call these apartments home, due to the amazing draw of the affordable price and amenities included. These are typically set up with individual leases. Your bedroom is your responsibility, while your roommates are responsible for their individual portion. Besides your individually leased portion, these by the bedroom communities offer common areas that you and your roommates will share. This can include a kitchen, dining room, porch or balcony, living room, closet space and more.

Gainesville apartments for rent under $600 month that are located within student-centric communities also typically offer all-inclusive options. This means, your utilities, furniture and amenities are all included in the price of your rent. Imagine making only one monthly payment that included all of your bills; now that's convenience! Another perk of these types of apartments are the awesome amenities that come with them. Resident activities, resort-style swimming pools, state-of-the-art fitness centers and more are just a few of the offerings available in these communities.

One Bedroom Apartments in Gainesville Under $600/Month

If you're looking to find more traditional-style apartments in Gainesville under $600 month that do not rent by the bed, there are a few options you can go with that exist over all areas of the city. If you are looking for a one bedroom with a traditional lease, the rent will most likely be lower due to the smaller amount of square footage. These cheap apartments are typically able to keep their rent prices low due to smaller community size and less amenity options. If you are interested in finding an affordable apartment with a traditional lease, you may have to sacrifice certain amenities. These could include a swimming pool, in-unit laundry, a workout center and more. However, the benefit of saving money each month is enough for someone to consider forgoing luxury apartment amenities.

Traditional lease apartments will also not include utilities or furniture packages. This means you will need to set up your electricity, water and more through outside companies in Gainesville. The prices of these utilities each month will not be reflected in the $600 amount, so be sure to keep that in mind while budgeting. There are many tips and tricks to follow to keep your utility costs low, keeping your monthly living expenses as close to the original $600 as possible. Turning off appliances when leaving town, making sure your air conditioning unit it set higher during the day when you're not home and turning lights off after you leave each room are great ways to cut your utility costs and save more money in the long run. 

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