Apartments for Rent in Brandon, FL

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the average rent in Brandon, FL?

The average rent in Brandon, FL is at $1,561. There are 46 apartments for rent in Brandon, FL to choose from, with prices between $1,060 and $4,273 per month.

How to search for apartments for rent in Brandon, FL?

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How to find Brandon, FL apartments for rent I can afford?

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Renter’s City Guide to Brandon, FL

Introducing Brandon Expenses & Housing Stats Jobs & Education Lifestyle & Renting Tips

Located in Hillsborough County in Florida, Brandon is an unincorporated community within the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater metropolitan area. Dating back to the late 19th century, what was once a small town of around 8,000 residents has seen tremendous growth throughout the last few decades. A booming local economy home to more than 2,500 businesses, affordable housing and a small-town vibe all make Brandon an attractive place to call home.

How big is Brandon?

With a total area of around 35 square miles and a population of about 113,000, Brandon is a mid-sized community that is around one-fifth the size of nearby Tampa.

What cities are close to Brandon?

Brandon is about 13 miles east of downtown Tampa, 30 miles from Clearwater and 36 miles from St. Petersburg. It is also about 80 miles southwest of Orlando and 250 miles northwest of Miami.

What is the weather like in Brandon?

Brandon has a humid, subtropical climate, characterized by hot, wet summers and mild winters. It enjoys 245 sunny days per year, on average, with July highs of around 91°F. Winter lows average around 50°F in January although, unlike Tampa, Brandon does experience occasional freezing temperatures due to its more inland location. Brandon also receives around 51 inches of rain each year, with June through September typically the wettest months, although most months will experience some rain. As with much of Florida, the area is also at risk for hurricanes, although early warning and evacuation systems are in place.

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What are the pros of living in Brandon?

Brandon enjoys a fairly low cost of living, which is around 3% lower than other similar Florida cities. In particular, rent is typically more affordable here than it is in much of the U.S. Location is another major plus for Brandon and, with its close proximity and easy access to Tampa, it is popular with young professionals. Indeed, the median age is around 34 compared to 41.5 across Florida. Additionally, Brandon boasts good schools and median household incomes that are typically around 16% higher than the state average.

What are the cons of living in Brandon?

Infrastructure is an issue here, with rush hour congestion becoming increasingly frustrating and commute times typically higher than the national average.

Brandon Demographic Highlights

Total Population 115,911
Female
Male
59,080
56,831
Median Age 37.1
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How much is public transportation in Brandon?

Public transportation in Brandon is provided by the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART), which offers a number of bus routes in and around the area. Local routes include services to downtown Tampa, with one-way fares costing $2. A day pass is $4, while an unlimited monthly pass costs $65. For express routes, it’s $3 one-way, $6 for a day pass and $95 for an unlimited monthly pass.

How much does a meal cost in Brandon?

In Brandon, you can expect to pay around $50, on average, for a three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant. A regular coffee is typically about $3.60 and a single meal in an inexpensive restaurant will generally cost around $13.50, on average.

How much are utilities in Brandon?

Basic monthly utilities for a 915-square-foot apartment average around $155. This includes water, electricity, heating, cooling and garbage disposal. An internet connection will be an additional $60 per month, on average.

Brandon Rent Statistics

Apartment Rent Ranges

$501 - $7000.04%
$701 - $1,0006.42%
$1,001 - $1,50033.9%
$1,501 - $2,00052.32%
> $20007.33%

Average Rent Trends

What is the average rent in Brandon?

The average rent for an apartment in Brandon is $1,561 per month.

What is the average apartment size in Brandon?

The average apartment size in Brandon is 980 sq. ft.

What is the rent for a studio apartment in Brandon?

Rent for a studio apartment in Brandon ranges between $860 and $860 per month.

What is the rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Brandon?

Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Brandon ranges between $1,050 and $2,720 per month.

What is the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Brandon?

Rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Brandon ranges between $1,057 and $4,043 per month.

What is the rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Brandon?

Rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Brandon ranges between $2,005 and $4,213 per month.

Brandon Housing Statistics

Occupied Housing Units 42,821
Owner occupied 52.75%
Renter occupied 47.25%
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What are the major industries in Brandon?

The major industries in Brandon include healthcare, which employs around 13.5% of the local workforce; retail (13.3%); and finance and insurance (11.2%).

What are the top employers in Brandon?

Maple Leaf Consumer Foods is among the largest employers in Brandon, employing more than 2,100 local workers.

Brandon Employment Statistics

White Collar 48,501
Blue Collar 10,494
White Collar 82.21%
Blue Collar 17.79%
Self Employment 4,117
Private Companies 44,759
Governmental Workers 6,538
Not for Profit Companies 3,581
Self Employment 6.98%
Private Companies 75.87%
Governmental Workers 11.08%
Not for Profit Companies 6.07%
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Does Brandon have good schools?

Public schools in Brandon are provided by the Hillsborough County School District, which operates a number of highly regarded establishments, such as Limona Elementary School, one of the top-rated schools in Florida. McLane Middle School and Burns Middle School are other notable examples.

What are the top colleges in Brandon?

Brandon is home to a number of higher education institutes, most of which are satellite sites and campuses of the nearby University of Tampa and the University of South Florida in Tampa. Notable names include Everest University, Southern Technical College of Brandon, Athens State University and Emmaus Baptist College.

Brandon Education Statistics

No High School2.52%
Some High School34.25%
Some College23.37%
Associate Degree10.39%
Bachelor Degree21.02%
Graduate Degree0%
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What is there to do in Brandon for families?

Nearby, Dinosaur World is one of the top attractions for families in Brandon, offering an exciting look into a prehistoric world that is home to more than 150 realistic dinosaur sculptures. There’s also Skateland of Brandon and North Brandon Family YMCA.

Are there parks in Brandon?

Brandon is home to a number of appealing parks, including All Person Rotary Park, Paul Sanders Park, Lettuce Lake Park, Davis Park and the Park at Siena. Each offers a mix of waterside and inland green spaces, as well as facilities ranging from sports fields and picnic areas to playgrounds and trails. For dog walkers, Sadie Park is home to the five-acre, off-leash Mango dog park.

What museums are there in Brandon?

Brandon is home to several fascinating museums, including the Ybor Museum Society, which celebrates the Cuban population of Tampa and its surroundings. There’s also the Florida Railroad Museum, which showcases how important the development of the railroads were to Florida’s west coast.

Where to go out in Brandon?

Movie buffs can catch the latest blockbusters at the IMAX at AMC The Regency 20. Alternatively, check out The Rack for a night of sushi and billiards. To take in the country scene, head to the Dallas Bull, and for beer tastings, the Brass Tap is a great spot.

What are the main annual events in Brandon?

With a strong community spirit, Brandon hosts a number of annual events, such as the Christmas in July Celebration and the Hillsborough County Fair, which takes place each October.

Where to go shopping in Brandon?

Westfield Brandon is among the largest shopping malls in south Florida and is home to more than 170 specialty stores and retailers. There are also plenty of restaurants and cafes to enjoy, as well as numerous other amenities. For something a little smaller, Regency Square Shopping Center offers around 50 stores.

Brandon Household Statistics

Total Number of Households 42,821
Average People Per Household 3
Median Household Income$61,120
Average Household Income$74,472
Family
Non-family
27,239
15,582
Children
No Children
12,846
29,975

What are the renters’ rights in Brandon?

Renters’ rights in Brandon are protected by Florida state law, although it’s worth keeping up to date on the fine print. For example, both written and oral agreements are legally binding in Florida, so it’s important to insist on getting everything down on paper. Potential tenants have the right to a walk-through/inspection of the property and are advised to carry these out before agreeing to anything. In this way, they can check for any necessary repairs that are required to make the unit safe and habitable. If anything is discovered, be sure the repairs are made prior to moving in and add this as a clause to your contract. Tenants are also advised to use technology to their advantage to document any damage or issues that were evident prior to their lease beginning.

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