Minneapolis St Paul area - Hennepin County

Search for rentals in the Minneapolis St Paul area, including these towns:

Afton, Albertville, Andover, Anoka, Antlers Park, Apple Valley, Arden Hills, Argonne, Birchwood, Blaine, Bloomington, Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Buffalo, Burnsville, Centerville, Champlin, Chanhassen, Chaska, Circle Pines, Columbia Heights, Coon Rapids, Corcoran, Cottage Grove, Crystal, Dayton, Deephaven, Dellwood, Eagan, East Bethel, Eden Prairie, Edina, Elk River, Excelsior, Falcon Heights, Farmington, Fridley, Golden Valley, Grant, Ham Lake, Hamel, Hassan, Hastings, Hilltop, Hopkins, Hudson, Inver Grove Heights, Lauderdale, Lexington, Lino Lakes, Little Canada, Mahtomedi, Maple Grove, Maplewood, Medicine Lake, Medina, Mendota Heights, Minneapolis, Minnetonka, Minnetrista, Monticello, Mound, Mounds View, New Brighton, New Hope, Newport, North St. Paul, Oak Grove, Oakdale, Orono, Osseo, Plymouth, Prescott, Prior Lake, Ramsey, Red Wing, Richfield, Robbinsdale, Rockford, Roseville, Saint Michael, Saint Paul, Savage, Shakopee, Shoreview, Soderville, South St. Paul, Spring Lake Park, Spring Lk Pk, St Anthony, St Anthony Village, St Louis Park, St Paul, St. Bonifacius, St. Paul, St. Peter, Stillwater, Sunfish Lake, Vadnais Heights, Waconia, Wayzata, White Bear Lake, Woodbury, Woodland, in MN.

Average Rental Prices for Minneapolis St Paul:

Type Bedrooms Average
Apartment 1 Bedroom $860
Apartment 2 Bedroom $1,039
Apartment 3 Bedroom $1,499
Apartment 4 Bedroom $3,155
Apartment Studio $862
Duplex 2 Bedroom $775
Duplex 3 Bedroom $1,313
Condo-townhome 1 Bedroom $784
Condo-townhome 2 Bedroom $1,149
Condo-townhome 3 Bedroom $1,032
Condo-townhome 4 Bedroom $1,500
Single family home 2 Bedroom $1,400
Single family home 3 Bedroom $1,277
Single family home 4 Bedroom $1,564
Single family home 5+ Bedroom $3,025

Landlord Tip:

What does prorate your rent mean?

It's what you need to do if the tenant moves not on the first of the month. If you move in on the first and your rent is $1,500 a month you know you owe $1,500 (simple). However if you move in on the 9th or say the 10th you need to find out what portion you own for that portion of the month. That is called rent proration. You might ask how do I prorate my rent, where can I find a prorate calculator. I think FreeRentalSite has the best prorate calculator out there, it takes it out to four decimal places. You put in the date you are moving in and it kicks out a number for you instantly. Basically it gives you the exact calculation of the money you owe for a partial month. This is important because generally the terms of the lease always start on the first of the month. It is good to have an exact number that both parties can agree to.

Every contract is negotiated individually. Everyone has a form and they have some policies, most property managers will have a one year lease so if you started on the 17th it will go through the 16th of the same month of the following year. I would say almost 100% of the time you are going to have rent due on the first. That is what most leases say, they are boilerplate, because it is easier and they don't want to change their forms. Not a good reason but this is kind of the way we have always done it.

In a bad rental market the property manager will just throw in that partial month for free, but not right now while the rental market is good.

You can also use the prorate calculator to find out portions of the utility bill as well. David Borden - FreeRentalSite.com.

Neighborhoods: Armatage, North Loop in the Warehouse District, Powderhorn, Uptown, Highland, Linden Hills, Northeast Minneapolis, St. Paul's Grand Avenue, Whittier, Downtown West, Diamond Lake, Corcoran, Cooper, Como, Cleveland, Bryn Mawr, Bottineau, Audobon Park, Bancroft.