Believe it or not, the time of year can definitely affect apartment prices. Generally speaking, if you’re looking for an apartment in the winter, your price will likely be much lower than in the summer.
Getting the best offers
The beginning of the month is also the least expensive time to rent and the end of the month is the most expensive. However, don’t entirely discount the middle of the month. Anything still available has probably been sitting for a while.
Sometimes, life circumstances require you to move out of your apartment before the end of your lease. You may be moving out of state for a new job, relocating from your college town due to coronavirus or even looking to get a feel of a different neighborhood for a short time period before committing.