This price point has a little bit of everything—including a beachfront basement, a First Hill two-bedroom, and a Belltown studio.
Would you get fancy in Belltown or lakefront in Shoreline?
This price includes studios both great and small.
Big money means lots of choices
Bigger studios, smaller (usually) one-bedrooms
Apartments, houses, and even storefronts
Lots of tiny apartments—and even a shared bathroom.
Would you rent an apartment by the market or a big Roxhill house?
If you had $2,500 to spend, which of these homes would you rent?
For people who just want a taste of tiny living—or just want a cool place to stay—the Seattle area is full of airstream and other camper rentals.
At this price, find bigger studios—and smaller one-bedrooms—that are a little older, and sometimes a little weird.
At this price point, find a bevy of vintage studios—with a newer studio and a bigger place for variety.
Would you choose a cute place with a yard, a big place with a balcony, or the spot where it’s easiest to get around?
For two grand, would you rent a Lake City house or a Capitol Hill apartment?
We found apartments from Shoreline to Beacon Hill... and they’re all microstudios.
Let’s get fancy... or let’s get roommates
If you had a budget of $1,900, would you rent a Ballard mother-in-law apartment or a house near Skyway?
For $2,900 a month, would you rent a one-bedroom, new-construction apartment—or one of a selection of vintage houses?
This price point includes a little house in Mount Baker, a two-bedroom duplex in Magnolia, and a loft in SLU.
For $1,500 a month, would you rent a Pioneer Square loft or a two-bedroom in West Seattle?
A brand-new studio, a single-family house, and a collection of vintage apartments
At a price point this high, there’s plenty to choose from, including a couple of West Seattle townhouses, a whole midcentury home in Magnolia, and a lakefront ADU.
At this price point, homes come in all shapes and sizes
How do you feel about sharing a bathroom?
All of these apartments have at least one bedroom—but which would you choose?
This price point comes in all different shapes and sizes.
A northend townhome or a West Seattle house with a catch?
With a $1,300 budget, would you go for a U District microstudio or a Lake City cabin?
Would you rent a more central studio or a Lake City one-bedroom?
Craftsman houses and luxury apartments
Not a lot of bedrooms at this price point.
A studio by Pike Place Market or a big one-bedroom in Greenlake?
A West Seattle house or a First Hill one-bedroom?
How are you feeling about microstudios?
A cute, vintage two-bedroom or a snazzy new one-bedroom?
A Ballard basement or a Magnolia midcentury?
An energy-efficient studio or a vintage one-bedroom?
A First Hill loft or a Sand Point triplex?