There are 12,300 homes in Antelope (zip code 95843), of which about 600 are condos. That’s a pretty good bunch of houses, and somewhere around a quarter of them are held as investment properties. That makes for something like 2,000 rental properties in Antelope.
With that many rental properties in the Antelope market, one would think a renter willing to pay fair market rent should be able to find the type of house, or condo, they want when it comes time to sign a rental agreement. Not necessarily so. As for rents, they are on the rise, but rents can be very unpredictable. Here are a few interesting facts on the Antelope rental market over the past year (October 2014 through September 2015):
- Homes with five bedrooms, or more, don’t come up often, and when they do they generally rent quickly. On average, less than two five-bedroom homes become available in Antelope each month, and when they do become available they rent-up in two weeks or less virtually every time.
- Rents for five-bedrooms in Antelope over the past 12 months have ranged between $2000 and $2600 per month.
- Five-bedrooms can be hard to find, but finding a two-bedroom to rent is even harder. On average, just over one two-bedroom home per month comes available in Antelope. So, if you want a two-bedroom in Antelope, be prepared to act quickly.
- One thing you can count on, the rent for a two-bedroom in Antelope is going to be right around $1250-$1350.
- If you have a downstairs three-bedroom condo unit for rent, figure you have leverage. Lots of renters want ’em, and nobody can find ’em.
Right now rentals are few and far between so the search can be tough!