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  •  - Greenville, Texas

    • 1 Bedroom$685
    • 2 Bedrooms$855
    • 3 Bedrooms$1,053
    Hacienda Villa Apartments Greenville, TX
  •  - Greenville, Texas

    • 1 Bedroom$590 - $690
    • 2 Bedrooms$730 - $830
    Southridge Apartments Greenville, TX
  •  - Greenville, Texas

    • 2 Bedrooms$761
    • 3 Bedrooms$871
    Ranchview Townhomes Greenville, TX
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    5403 Sayle StreetGreenville, TX 75402
    Independent
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    $625 - $825 | 1 -2 Bedrooms | 1 - 2 Baths
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    1,050 Sq Ft 2/2 for $825
    850 Sq Ft 1/1 for $625
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  • Villas of Greenville Apartments Greenville, TX
    5000 Joe Ramsey Blvd EGreenville, TX 75401
    Pinnacle Realty Management
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    $647 - $775 | 1 -2 Bedrooms | 1 - 2 Baths
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    750 Sq Ft 1/1 for $675
    950 Sq Ft 2/2 for $705
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  • Bear Creek Apartments Greenville, TX
    5501 Sayle StreetGreenville, TX 75402
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    $750 - $800 | 1 -2 Bedrooms | 1 - 2 Baths
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    1,000 Sq Ft 2/2 with Attached Garage for $800
    708 Sq Ft 1/1 with Attached Garage for $750
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  • Watergate Apartments Greenville, TX
    1214 Interstate Highway 30Greenville, TX 75402
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    $525 - $675 | 1 -3 Bedrooms | 1 - 2 Baths
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    750 Sq Ft 1/1 for $525
    1,200 Sq Ft 3/2 for $675
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    4701 Moulton StGreenville, TX 75401
    Carlson Investments
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    $525 - $625 | 1 -2 Bedrooms | 1 - 1 Baths
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    950 Sq Ft 2/1 for $625
    635 Sq Ft 1/1 for $525
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  • Solarium Apartments Greenville, TX
    4900 Joe Ramsey Blvd EGreenville, TX 75401
    Amalgamated Management Co
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    $579 - $789 | 1 -2 Bedrooms | 1 - 2 Baths
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    803 Sq Ft 1/1 + Sun Room for $699
    750 Sq Ft 1/1 + Sun Room for $679
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  • Ridge Apartments Greenville, TX
    5015 Joe Ramsey Blvd EGreenville, TX 75401
    Pardue Management Company
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    $490 - $710 | Studio - 2 Bedrooms | 1 - 2 Baths
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    490 Sq Ft Studio/1 for $490
    782 Sq Ft 2/2 for $685
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Greenville Apartment Statistics

 Studio1 Bedroom2 Bedroom3 Bedroom
# Communities Offering:719207
Square Footage
Low:330462729994
High:6238501,1481,228
Avg:4746649441,135
Market Rent
Low:$372$426$481$635
High:$665$765$905$1,053
Avg:$512$610$720$840
Effective Rent
Low:$372$426$481$635
High:$665$765$905$1,053
Avg:$512$610$720$840
Effective Rent per Sq.Ft.
Low:$1.13$0.92$0.66$0.64
High:$1.07$0.90$0.79$0.86
Avg:$1.08$0.92$0.76$0.74
  • 1,054 Sq Ft 3 Bed, 1 Bath $1,053 / mo.

    Hacienda Villa Apartments , TX
  • 623 Sq Ft Studio, 1 Bath $372 / mo.

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  • 1,228 Sq Ft 3 Bed, 2 Bath $1,050 / mo.

    Stonebridge Villa/Los Incas Apartments , TX
  • 330 Sq Ft Studio, 1 Bath $510 / mo.

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Greenville Information

Greenville is a somewhat small city in Texas that was founded in 1846 and named after Thomas J. Green who had a rather large role in establishing Texas as a republic. Greenville originally had much more land than it has today, but during the Civil War it was divided due to secession like many surrounding towns and counties at the time. The attorney and State Senator Martin Hart was a Unionist that fought in Arkansas even though the majority of Greenville's residents were on the side of the Confederacy. Later in 1880, Greenville became a hot spot for work when The Old MTK Katy Depot was built. This railroad traveled from Texas to Kansas and Missouri and was Hunt County's first railroad. Additional to the rail road, Greenville was home to the world's largest inland cotton compress that contributed to Hunt County being known as the cotton capital of the world.

During the 1990's, Greenville showed about a 500 person population increase. The city is still growing a slow but consistent rate and currently has a population of about 25,500 people, making it the largest city within twenty miles. Greenville is only about 45 miles away from the Dallas/Fort Worth area, which is equivalent to about forty-five minutes of driving which isn't too bad at all for a weekend or even day trip to the area where there are countless things to do. Overall Greenville is close enough to multiple places so there should never be a problem finding stuff to do without needing to drive all that far; though of course there are many places meeting this criteria.

Greenville is home to L-3 Communications which employs upwards of 5,000 residents with the Presbyterian Hospital and the Greenville Independent School District supplying an additional 1600 jobs. Overall, there aren't many employment options in Greenville which leads to the 7,000 person population change during the day. The average household income of Greenville is around $37,000 and average home value as of 2009 was about $86,000.

The city of Greenville has a decent location being within an hour of Dallas and a large enough population to support retail stores and supermarkets. It's not a bad living option if you have found a job in the surrounding area with the, slowly but surely expanding neighborhoods and you don't mind living in an area with a higher than average crime rate, which is consistently rising.