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Need a place to stay? Find vacancies hereNeed a place to stay? Find vacancies herehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=176522017-09-06T05:00:00Z2017-09-06T23:00:00Z

​​​Picture of floodwaters in HumbleHOUSTON – The city is in a good position to meet the upcoming demand for apartments by people displaced by Hurricane Harvey. 

Here is a list of apartment availability and their average monthly rents:

  • Downtown/Montrose/River Oaks: 2,231 vacant units, $1,769 monthly rent;
  • Westchase: 2,206 vacant units, $957 monthly rent;
  • Far West Houston: 2,148 vacant units, $1,001 monthly rent;
  • Champions East: 2,140 vacant units, $825 monthly rent;
  • Sharpstown/Fondren Southwest: 1,918 vacant units, $763 monthly rent;
  • North Central Houston: 1,917 vacant units, $743 monthly rent;
  • The Woodlands: 1,799 vacant units, $1,194 monthly rent;
  • Gulfton/Westbury: 1,755 vacant units, $822 monthly rent;
  • Galleria/Uptown: 1,735 vacant units, $1,377 monthly rent;
  • Clear Lake: 1,651 vacant units, $1,022 monthly rent and;
  • Metro Houston: 47,033 vacant units, $1,030 monthly rent.

With 47,000 vacant units spread across the metro area, another 21,000 units are in the process of being built.​

Landlords will likely be flexible with leasing terms, offering shorter durations for those who need lodging while their homes are repaired.
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