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Bungalow doesn’t just list apartments for rent - we source, renovate, and operate all our homes to provide renters with the best possible experience from end to end.
Beautiful homes. Incredible locations. Pricing that makes sense. Find a home that hits the sweet spot between good quality and sensible pricing. Bungalow homes are hand-selected across 16 major markets to match your lifestyle.
A seamless rental experience––from finding the perfect place, to making it a home. Our platform provides a streamlined, end-to-end rental experience. From viewing properties and applying to managing maintenance requests and monthly payments––it can all be done in one place.
Move together now without being tethered to everyone's timelines later. One home. Multiple journeys. When it comes time for someone to move out of your shared home, let us help you fill their spot with ease.
Bungalow arranges power hookups so you don't have to, and then passes your power bill to you once you move in. The Bungalow app also makes it easy to split monthly rent and power payments with your roommates directly.
Bungalow’s Entire Home rentals come without furniture to allow you and your friends or family to make it your own. Appliances are included however, and we provide the opportunity to buy or rent furniture through us and our partners.
Some Bungalow Homes are pet friendly, while others are not. You can find pet information by clicking on a particular home. That said, emotional support animals (ESAs) are accepted in every Bungalow home.
Bungalow takes the hassle out of housing. We offer rooms in shared homes and entire home rentals in the country’s most vibrant neighborhoods, and can help match you with roommates you’ll love coming home to. Nationwide, Bungalow residents save an average of 30% on rent compared to studio apartments in the same neighborhood.
According to Zumper, the average 1 bedroom apartment in Houston is $1,178. Nationwide, Bungalow residents save an average of 30% on rent compared to studio apartments in the same neighborhood.
The public transit system in Houston is quite extensive. There are buses, light rail, and METRORail services that cover the city. The buses tend to be more crowded during peak hours, but they're a great option if you're looking to save money. The light rail is a little more expensive, but it's also faster and less crowded. And the METRORail is the most expensive option, but it also has the most stops and is the quickest way to get around downtown Houston.
There is no shortage of things to do in Houston! The city has a diverse mix of cultural and recreational attractions, as well as a lively nightlife scene. Make sure to check out the Museum District, which is home to 19 museums, including the Houston Museum of Natural Science and the Children's Museum of Houston. Swing by the Theater District, which is one of the largest performing arts districts in the country and features more than 10 theaters including the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts and Jones Hall for the Performing Arts. Don't miss Bayou Place, an entertainment district located in downtown Houston that features live music venues, restaurants, and movie theaters. And if you're up for it, take a day at the Houston Zoo, one of the largest in the world.
There are many universities around Houston, including Rice University, the University of Houston, and Baylor College of Medicine.