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  • How Much $1,000/Mo Can You Get a Rental for in Madison, Wisconsin

    Madison Skyline

    Madison, Wisconsin is a large, beautiful city. Actually, it’s the second-largest city in Wisconsin, is known for the dome-shaped capital, which was built after the U.S. Capital in Washington D.C.
    Madison is a great city for singles, families, and the elderly due to the vast array of things to do in and around the capital. Due to the high cost of homes in the area, rentals are highly desired. The average cost of rent in Madison, Wisconsin is $1,000 a month.

    These properties are what we believe are great values for rentals in Madison, Wisconsin:

    Studio Living at The New Fountains — $720-730 /Mo (view rent comp report)

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    The New Fountains features beautiful views from balconies and updated appliances. The property has two swimming pools, sand volleyball court, tennis courts, fitness center, on-site laundry, storage, and is perfect for pet lovers. Heat is included in the rent. If you’re looking for a home in Fitchburg, make The New Fountains yours by renting a studio, or one of their one or two-bedroom apartments.

    Learn more about this amazing place to live in Madison here.

    One-Bedroom Apartment at The Villages Apartments — $800-875 /Mo (view rent comp report)

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    The Villages Apartments has one-bedroom apartment homes that include air conditioning, dishwasher, refrigerator, laundry facilities, and on-site maintenance. The property has a fitness center with Wi-Fi café. Storage units are available, and apartments are fully equipped with new appliances, laminate floors, and carpeting. The Villages Apartments are perfect for pet lovers and is just a few minutes from restaurants, shops, and entertainment.

    Get more information about The Villages Apartments by going here.

    Two-Bedroom Apartment at River’s Edge — $1,025/Mo (view rent comp report)

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    The Palm two-bedroom floorplan is spacious and gorgeous. It’s the most expensive out of the other floorplans for a reason. This apartment is right off East Washington with easy access into Downtown. Tenney Park and Lake Mendota are just steps away. All buildings are equipped with elevators, underground parking, and some units have full-size washers and dryers. Cat lovers will love this option in Madison.

    Take a tour by contacting this apartment complex here.

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