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Popular Fairview Apartments
Fairview, Texas, 75069
1 Bedroom$816 - $2,033
2 Bedrooms$1,226 - $1,798
3 Bedrooms$1,522 - $1,875
Allen, Texas, 75013
1 Bedroom$875 - $907
2 Bedrooms$1,031 - $1,255
3 Bedrooms$1,387 - $1,407
Allen, Texas, 75013
1 Bedroom$825 - $913
2 Bedrooms$1,077 - $1,209
3 Bedrooms$1,435 - $1,450
Mckinney, Texas, 75070
1 Bedroom$835 - $1,195
2 Bedrooms$1,120 - $1,610
3 Bedrooms$1,845 - $1,905
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Fairview is a pleasant city in which to find your new place - there are various impressive apartments available for rent both east of city center and in many other excellent neighborhoods as well. No matter whether you want a rose ebony rec room or any other color scheme in your new place, you can easily use MyNewPlace to search for that dog friendly apartment in Fairview.
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Welcome Home to Fairview
Fairview is a suburb of Dallas in the super-sized state of Texas. It’s almost thirty miles from this big city, giving renters a peaceful, small-town refuge from the hustle and bustle of city life. The town’s slogan is, “Keeping it Country,” and they certainly do. Fairview is family-friendly and boasts lots of open space, excellent schools, low crime rates, and beautiful scenery.
Fairview Rental Trends
Are you looking for a great apartment near McKinney Airport? Maybe you want something with easy access to the Expressway. Or maybe you need something large enough to display your huge collection of George Clooney posters in. Whatever you're looking for, our apartment finder will locate it and help you get a great deal on it. So, what do apartments in Fairview actually go for? Check out the rent table right here on this page to get an idea. The table has the latest rates on one, two, and three bedroom apartments. When you think about it, apartments in Fairview really aren't too expensive, especially when you consider all that this town has to offer. Apartments here are also quite a bit cheaper than what you’ll find in some of the surrounding areas. If you’re itching to start searching for your new place, you can check out some of the popular rentals below. Otherwise, let out a hardy, “Yee-ha,” and read on to learn more about this tiny town in Texas.
Out and About
There are plenty of parks, playgrounds, and wide-open spaces to get folks from Fairview moving and grooving all year long. You know how they said they’re, “Keeping it Country,” here? Well they mean it. The town’s parks feature paved trails, playground equipment, athletic fields, horseshoe pits, picnic facilities, and nature trails for bird watching and wildlife viewing. If you’d like a little education with your outdoors, the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary is minutes from Fairview. This incredible place has educational programs, walking trails, gardens, an animal sanctuary, and a few informative exhibits. Birders will be especially enthused about a visit to the sanctuary since it’s been well-known by the Audubon Society as an important habitat for native and migratory birds. Pretty tweet. You don’t have to come to learn, though; this is also a beautiful place to visit if you like to get your Zen on. Check out the Heard Museum’s website for extensive info on the sanctuary and to keep tabs on all the special events and programs that are held throughout the year.
Do you prefer your outdoors to be carefully manicured? Do you like hitting little white balls into little holes with big iron clubs? Golfers can find plenty of courses to play in and around Fairview. The Heritage Ranch, for one, has an award winning golf course on site. Once you conquer Heritage, check out Oak Hollow Golf Course and the Golf Club at McKinney, among others.
What’s New in Fairview?
The Village at Fairview has luxury apartments—just in case you’re in the market for some upscale accommodations. Whether you move to The Village or to another location in town, you’ll still want to visit this snazzy spot for the plethora of shops, restaurants, bars, and entertainment. Businesses range from Whole Foods Market and BJ’s to Macy’s and JC Penny’s. The Village even has a dog park, a beach, and a Village Garden with 55 private community garden plots. Check out their website to explore this amazing place and consider whether you should spring for one of those fancy abodes.
Movin’ on Up
Find your new apartment in Fairview and join about 8,000 other people who enjoy living in this small community for its great opportunities for outdoor play and plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment. You won’t be bored in Fairview, that’s for sure!
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How much should I expect to pay for utilities in Fairview each month, depending on the time of year?
Monthly utilities in Fairview will vary depending on many factors, such as the season, how many people are in your household, and how big your living space is. Costs also fluctuate based on how enery-efficient your appliances are, as well how diligent you are at conserving energy. That said, for a family of four, heating and cooling combined should average about $200 a month in Fairview. In summer months, that bill might top at $270. Water should run about $65 a month.
Is the cost of living in Fairview higher relative to surrounding areas or other cities?
When the cost of living in Fairview is compared to the rest of the country, it is 15 percent lower than the US average. Rossville to the north is 4 percent cheaper than Fairview, while Lakeview to the northeast is on par with Fairview. Fort Oglethorpe to the east is 2 percent more expensive than Fairview, Chickamauga to the south is 4 percent more expensive than Fairview, and Chattanooga Valley to the west is 3 percent more expensive than Fairview.