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Apartments for Rent in Sacramento, CA

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  1. 2460 Ben Ali Way

    2460 Ben Ali Way, Sacramento, CA 95815

    4 Beds $2,800

  2. 1625 Basler St

    1625 Basler St, Sacramento, CA 95811

    3 Beds $2,500

  3. 3680 S Port Dr

    3680 S Port Dr, Sacramento, CA 95826

    2 Beds $2,000

Find Apartments for Rent in Sacramento, California

We found 3700 Apartments for rent in Sacramento, CA. provides you with the most comprehensive list of rentals so you can find your perfect home. Preview floor plans, view amenities, and compare rentals to find your perfect place. Whether you are looking for an apartment, townhome, condo, or single-family house to rent, delivers the most results. Have a pet? Need a swimming pool? You can filter your search and get tailored results designed just for you. If you are new to Sacramento, CA, be sure to read all about living in Sacramento to learn more about the local culture, nearby restaurants, and more. With as your go-to rental resource, you’ll be living in your dream home in no time.

Living in Sacramento, CA

Sacramento truly has something for every renter. As California’s capital city, Sacramento is known for its abundance of landmarks, museums, and extensive preservation. Similar to other California cities like San Francisco and Oakland, the city is known for its unique architectural styles. There are a variety of student apartments near California State University and the University of Sacramento. Spanish-style, Colonial, Victorian, and bungalow are just some of the many styles you’ll find in Sacramento’s family-friendly neighborhoods like Land Park. For a luxury high-rise apartment, head to Downtown Sacramento or Midtown.

Moving to the Area

Thinking about moving to the Sacramento? In comparison to the many metros in California, the cost of living is an attraction to major technology firms.


Residents in the Sacramento Valley enjoy the idyllic combination of affordable living, great job opportunities, and constant cultural infusions. Residents have access to a variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment options. The area's close proximity to San Francisco, Napa Valley, and Lake Tahoe give residents dozens of additional things to do that make great day or weekend trips. Interstate 80, which runs east to west, and Interstate 5, which runs north to south, both cross through the Sacramento area and make travel in and out of the city very easy and convenient.


Sacramento is a city of murals. In fact, it has more than 650 throughout the city, and the Wide Open Walls Murals Festival is a major draw for art lovers every year. Midtown is home to several small, local theaters, while the major performing arts also get a nod at venues like the historic Memorial Auditorium and the Sacramento Convention Center’s Community Center Theater. After moving to a Sacramento rental, be sure to visit the Crocker Art Museum and the Sacramento History Museum.


The most prominent industries in Sacramento include management, business, and finance, as well as a variety of engineering and computer science positions. Sacramento is a critical part of California's booming tech scene. The region is home to other industries, as well, like solar energy.

Sports & Colleges

Sacramento is home to a variety of sports teams, ranging from the well-known Sacramento Kings, which play at the metro's Golden 1 Center stadium, and the Sacramento Suns to the less-known Sacramento Monarchs. The region is also the location of California State University, Sacramento, and Sacramento City College. Nearby Davis is home to the sought-after campus of the University of California, Davis. You can also find The Art Institute of California - Sacramento here. The city is very sports-focused, and visitors and residents alike can enjoy year-round games of soccer, football, and basketball.


Sacramento offers no shortage of things to see and do. From tours of historical downtown Sacramento to tours through the Midtown Arts Center and the hip Sutter District, there are plenty of guided explorations to help you learn the area. For those who would prefer to go out on their own, the city is home to the California State Capitol, the Crocker Art Museum, and the California State Railroad Museum. There are also dozens of parks, including McKinley Park (which offers a rose garden and pool) to stroll through.

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Average Rent Rates

What's the average rent in Sacramento, CA?

Rent averages in Sacramento, CA vary based on size.

  • The average rent of a 1 bedroom rental in Sacramento, CA is $1,461
  • The average rent of a 2 bedroom rental in Sacramento, CA is $1,737
  • The average rent of a 3 bedroom rental in Sacramento, CA is $2,327
  • The average rent of a 4 bedroom rental in Sacramento, CA is $2,632