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One of the most important things to consider when looking for an apartment is whether or not you can afford it. The median rent in Grapevine is $1,589/month, which is about average for Texas and more than 30% more expensive than the national average.

The cost of living in Grapevine is 5% higher than the national average, but significantly lower than places like Austin and Dallas. When factoring in housing costs, however—which make up about half of your total expenses—Grapevine has a relatively high cost of living compared to other places in Texas and nationwide. This means that if you're looking at apartments in this city as well as others nearby like Fort Worth or Arlington/Ft Worth Airport (AFA), then it may be worth considering a few factors before choosing one over another:

In Grapevine, the average rental costs for two-bedroom apartments range from about $1,200-$1,500 per month depending on which area of town you choose. In most cases, apartment complexes will offer amenities like a fitness center or swimming pool if they have any available parking spots (which they don't always do). Apartment complexes with more units tend to charge higher monthly rents because they provide better access to amenities.

But if you're looking for a more affordable option, then it may be worth looking at apartments that have fewer units. For example, one-bedroom apartments usually cost less than two-bedroom ones because there are fewer bedrooms in each unit. If you need an apartment with three bedrooms or more than one bathroom, then expect to pay more per month than what we've outlined above.

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