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Lewisville

Lewisville is a mid-sized city in Denton and Tarrant Counties, Texas. It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, but it is also close enough to Fort Worth and Arlington to be considered part of those areas as well.

The average cost of rent here is $1,275 per month for a two bedroom apartment and $1,370 for a three bedroom unit. This data comes from Census Bureau surveys that were conducted between 2016 and 2018. The survey also says that the median rent in Lewisville was 5% higher than other cities over the same time period (this means half of all apartments cost more than this amount).

The average cost of rent has risen slightly since 2000 according to census data: 1 bedroom units have gone up 9%, while 2 bedrooms have increased 12%. However there are some signs that these increases may be slowing down; rents went up only 1% from 2014 through 2015 according to recent numbers from Zillow which tracks real estate prices across America's largest cities).

The best places to live in Lewisville will depend on your budget and what kind of neighborhood you're looking for. If safety is a concern, then check out neighborhoods like Lake Highlands where there are fewer crimes per capita than other parts of town. If affordability is more important than location then try searching for apartments that have all bills included in their rent prices (which include utilities).

In addition to finding the best neighborhood for you, there are other factors that can make or break your rental experience such as affordability and safety. Some of these factors include: location (nearby parks or recreation centers), cost of living relative to income, types of homes available for rent (apartment complexes vs. houses with yards), crime rates per capita in the area--just to name a few! You'll also want to consider what type apartment will meet your needs best while still being in a price range that is affordable for you. For example, if safety is important then check the crime rates per capita in neighborhoods like Lake Highlands and other areas where there are more parks or recreational centers nearby.

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