How much does it cost to rent a condo in Fort Lauderdale?

Fort Lauderdale ‘s average rent is $2,301. Rent costs vary depending on many factors such as location, quality, and size.

Average rent in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Last update August 2021

Average Rent Average Apartment Size
$2,301 961 sq. 961 sq.

What is the average size of an apartment in Fort Lauderdale?

A Fort Lauderdale apartment measures 961 square feet. However, this can vary depending on the type of unit. Studio apartments have the smallest and most affordable. 1-bedroom apartments, 2-bedroom apartments, and 3-bedroom apartment offer more space.


Which are the most affordable areas in Fort Lauderdale?

City View Townhomes is the most affordable neighborhood in Fort Lauderdale. Renters can pay an average of $1,200 per month. Dillard Park renters typically pay $1,200/mo. Dorsey Riverbend rents for an average of $1,200/mo. You can also find great deals at Durrs ($1,200), Golden Heights ($1,200) and Home Beautiful Park ($1,200), which have asking prices below the average Fort Lauderdale rent price of $2,301/mo.

Which are the most expensive areas in Fort Lauderdale?

Fort Lauderdale’s most expensive neighborhoods are the Nurmi Isles (for $2684), Riviera Isles (for $2684) and Seven Isles (2684)

Which are the most populated neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale

Flagler Village is the most popular area in Fort Lauderdale. There are 10 verified listings on RENTCafe with an average rent at $2,578. Next is Wilton Moors where apartments rent for $1,343/month. Lauderdale Lakes is next with $1,396. If you are looking to rent in Fort Lauderdale, be sure to check out Bay Colony where renters typically pay $2,154 and Beverly Heights where the average rent is $2,684.

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