Apartments for Rent in Corpus Christi, TX

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the average rent in Corpus Christi, TX?

The average rent in Corpus Christi, TX is at $1,055. There are 112 apartments for rent in Corpus Christi, TX to choose from, with prices between $500 and $7,100 per month.

How to search for apartments for rent in Corpus Christi, TX?

Your perfect apartment for rent in Corpus Christi, TX is just a few clicks away on Point2. You can look up 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom apartments, studio apartments or any other type of rental in Corpus Christi, TX. Just use the filtering options available to find properties according to your needs. 

How to find Corpus Christi, TX apartments for rent I can afford?

On Point2, you can search for apartment rentals in Corpus Christi, TX based on your budget. Sort all condos according to price, or get a tailored list of properties by setting the minimum and maximum monthly rates you're comfortable with. Moreover, you can use the Price Drop filter to look for any recent rent declines on the Corpus Christi, TX rental market. 

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Point2 offers a lot of information about rentals in Corpus Christi, TX, from property type, square footage and amenities to area demographics and even local rent trends. Additionally, you can use the map view to check if the apartments you're looking at are close to the facilities and services you need. The name and contact details of the real estate agents handling the condos are available on all listings, so just reach out to them directly through the contact forms provided. 

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Renter’s City Guide to Corpus Christi, TX

Introducing Corpus Christi Expenses & Housing Stats Jobs & Education Lifestyle & Renting Tips

The stunning coastal community offers sweeping views of Corpus Christi Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The city has been ranked #7 on Livability’s 10 Best Places for a Staycation and is known for its clean waters and beautiful beaches. 

How big is Corpus Christi?

Corpus Christi is nearly twice the size of Chicago with a total of 460 square miles. The city is comprised of one-third land and two-thirds water. 

Where is Corpus Christi located?  

The city lies 215 miles from Austin, 150 miles from Laredo and 180 miles from South Padre Island. 

What is the weather like in Corpus Christi? 

Corpus Christi experiences very hot summers, with humidity and temperature levels reaching into the mid-90s. Winters are pleasantly mild with average temperatures hovering around the mid-60s. The city receives 29 inches of rain annually.

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What are the pros of living in Corpus Christi? 

The city’s beaches are its finest assets, offering an ideal place for surfing, sunbathing, swimming, kiteboarding, sailing, kayaking, or just enjoying some quality rest and relaxation in the sun. Corpus Christi is also known for its exciting restaurant scene, offering a wide variety of BBQ, seafood, tasty entrees and trendy food trucks. 

What are the cons of living in Corpus Christi? 

The heat and humidity during the summer months can be a bit uncomfortable.

Corpus Christi Demographic Highlights

Total Population 325,780
Female
Male
164,660
161,120
Median Age 35.2
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Is it expensive to live in Corpus Christi? 

Generally speaking, living in Corpus Christi tends to cost less than living in Houston or San Antonio. 

How much does a meal cost in Corpus Christi?

A three-course meal for two at a mid-range Corpus Christ restaurant costs $40, on average. 

How much do utilities cost in Corpus Christi? 

Basic utilities for a 915-square-foot apartment cost around $141.24 monthly, which is below the national average. 

How to get around Corpus Christi?

The Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority ensures local bus service, with monthly passes costing $30. Uber and Lyft offer ride-sharing services, which are complemented by 24-hour taxi services, as well. The traffic in the city can get quite congested, with the city’s Staples Street having been ranked the third-busiest in the state. Nevertheless, the city was still named the third-best city to drive in by WalletHub.

Corpus Christi Rent Statistics

Apartment Rent Ranges

$501 - $7003.95%
$701 - $1,00047.43%
$1,001 - $1,50040.09%
$1,501 - $2,0007.04%
> $20001.48%

Average Rent Trends

What is the average rent in Corpus Christi?

The average rent for an apartment in Corpus Christi is $1,055 per month.

What is the average apartment size in Corpus Christi?

The average apartment size in Corpus Christi is 851 sq. ft.

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

Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Corpus Christi ranges between $633 and $1,815 per month.

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

Rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Corpus Christi ranges between $713 and $1,784 per month.

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

Rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Corpus Christi ranges between $1,265 and $1,685 per month.

Corpus Christi Housing Statistics

Occupied Housing Units 116,952
Owner occupied 56.72%
Renter occupied 43.28%
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What is the unemployment rate in Corpus Christi?

The city’s unemployment rate is comparable to that of the state of Texas, but a bit higher than San Antonio and Houston.

Where to work in Corpus Christi?

The Naval Air Station and the Port of Corpus Christi are two of the city’s largest employers, the latter being the fifth-largest port in the country, handling mainly oil and agricultural products. Besides the oil and petrochemical industry, the tourism sector is another large employer. The city was ranked #3 for Hispanic entrepreneurs, according to WalletHub.

Corpus Christi Employment Statistics

White Collar 111,592
Blue Collar 38,791
White Collar 74.21%
Blue Collar 25.79%
Self Employment 14,689
Private Companies 105,284
Governmental Workers 22,227
Not for Profit Companies 8,183
Self Employment 9.77%
Private Companies 70.01%
Governmental Workers 14.78%
Not for Profit Companies 5.44%
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What are the top colleges in Corpus Christi? 

Texas A&M Corpus Christi is the biggest college in the city, and is known for its excellent lab for marine life and environmental sciences, which have been ranked #1 by Best College Review on its list of 50 Best Colleges by the Sea. Del Mar Community College is another prominent higher educational facility in the city, boasting associate degrees in more than 80 fields and having 14 programs listed as exemplary by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Corpus Christi Education Statistics

No High School6.18%
Some High School40.1%
Some College26.16%
Associate Degree7.69%
Bachelor Degree13.1%
Graduate Degree0%
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What is there to do in downtown Corpus Christi? 

The Bayfront in the city’s downtown core is known as the SEA District and highlights the best that sports, entertainment and the arts have to offer. The area is dotted by high-end restaurants, bars, shops and walkways along the waterfront. 

Does Corpus Christi have any sports teams? 

The closest major league sports teams are in nearby San Antonio and Houston. However, the city has its fair share of minor league sports teams, including the Corpus Christi Hooks (the Texas League Champions of 2006) baseball team, as well as the Corpus Christi IceRays, a North American Hockey League team playing out of the American Bank Center. 

What parks are there in Corpus Christi? 

The Trust for Public Land ranked the city #1 for parks. Mustang Island State Park is an ideal getaway destination that friends, couples and families can enjoy. Specifically, camping on the beach; watching turtles, dolphins and birds; and going horseback riding are all possible here. 

What are some fun outdoor attractions in Corpus Christi? 

 The Texas State Aquarium offers a glimpse into marine life, Hurricane Alley Waterpark is a fantastic place for a fun day, and the Red Dragon Pirate Cruise also promises ample entertainment options.

Corpus Christi Household Statistics

Total Number of Households 116,952
Average People Per Household 3
Median Household Income$56,333
Average Household Income$75,516
Family
Non-family
78,524
38,428
Children
No Children
39,895
77,057

What to know about renting in Corpus Christi?

If you’re ready to call Corpus Christi your home, make sure you familiarize yourself with some local tenant laws first. Texas doesn’t have any strict rental control laws, so once your lease is up, your landlord is legally able to increase rent as much as they wish. If this is the case, they need to give notice — as in the case of moving out, which is generally 30 days’ time. Also, if the landlord doesn’t ensure repairs during your tenancy, you cannot legally withhold rent because your landlord will have the right to evict you.

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