North Dakota Apartments For Rent
Apartments for rent in North Dakota are less expensive than the national average. The price of a studio averages $340 per month, which is $685 below the national average. The price of a one-bedroom averages $508 per month, which is $353 below the national average. Larger North Dakota apartment rentals follow the same trends. The price of a two-bedroom averages $553 per month, which is $503 below the national average. The price of a three-bedroom averages $653 per month, which is $692 below the national average.
If you're searching for an North Dakota apartment rental you should know that the trends vary depending on which city or county you're looking at. Among the most expensive North Dakota apartments for rent are in Grand Forks.
The bulk of North Dakota's economic activity and employment come from agriculture. Eight percent of North Dakotans work on farms, which is higher than many more famous farming states like Iowa and Indiana. The state is the largest producer of barley, sunflower seeds, several types of wheat, and farm-raised turkeys. North Dakota is also rich in coal mines, oil and natural gas, and stands to benefit from the next generation of green energy development—it's estimated that the state's wind energy could one day power up to a quarter of the nation's energy needs.
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