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iHutto is about connecting community, one neighbor at a time, through interaction, imagination, and innovation. We want the world to know Hutto is more than hippos (though we are the Hippo Capital of Texas). We are a hardworking, caring, big-hearted, and all around great community that's changing quickly.But there's one thing that remains the same, it has always been and will always be everything we are, a bunch of neighbors that help one another while showing off our hippo pride.

 

iHutto is privately owned and not affiliated with the City of Hutto. We are a member of the Hutto Chamber of Commerce and offer free directory listings to local businesses or businesses that serve Hutto. All hippo photos and Hutto photos, not otherwise noted, are property of iHutto. Permission to replicate, reproduce, or otherwise copy photos must have written approval. Contact@iHutto.com for more information.

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Renting in Hutto, Texas

Apartments, duplexes, and rental homes in Hutto.

If you are considering a move to Hutto but aren't quite ready to buy a home. No worries. There are rentals in Hutto that may suit your current needs. Whether rentals homes, apartment complexes, or duplexes, you'll find it here. There are Real Estate Agents able to help as well. 

NORTH CREEK APARTMENTS

500 Chris Kelley Blvs.

Hutto, Texas, TX 78634

(512) 566-4880

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Photo courtesy of iHutto, taken at Northcreek Apartments

THE TRAILS AT CARMEL CREEK

300 Carl Stern

Hutto, Texas, TX 78634

(512) 846-4014

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Photo courtesy The Trails at Carmel Creek 

Photo courtesy The Trails at Carmel Creek 

Tips for Renting an Apartment or Rental House

TIP #1

Whenever you sign a lease the agent should go over each paragraph with you. Even when they do it can still be a little overwhelming. Do not hesitate to ask them to slow down or explain something more clearly. They shouldn't mind.

TIP #2

Treat the apartment as you would if you owned it and knew you had to live there forever. Report maintenance issues to the office as soon as possible. It's really just about respecting others' property the way you would want them to respect yours.

TIP #3

Always follow the community rules (that includes your guests as well) and you'll never have a problem! And yes, loud noise or disruption to peaceful living can get you kicked out!

Tip #4

Treat the apartment as you would if you owned it and knew you had to live there forever. Report maintenance issues to the office as soon as possible. It's really just about respecting others' property the way you would want them to respect yours.

How to Understand the TAA Lease

 

Lease contracts can be daunting and a little overwhelming. Here is the TAA Lease broken down. 

How to Qualify for an Apartment in Austin and Beyond

 

Understand what is required to get an apartment, before you apply. Here is what you need to know.

How to Be a Successful Apartment Locator in Texas

 

Interested in becoming an Apartment Locator? Here is what you need to know.

How to Write a Desirable Property Description

 

A property description helps get your property sold or rented. Here is step-by-step to creating one.