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Find Cheap Apartments in Mie, Japan

Finding a cheap apartment in Mie, whether it's in Yokkaichi, Matsusaka, or elsewhere may not be the easiest, but you will be able to secure one of your choices with Village House’s wide selection. Consider us for your rental apartments thanks to our ease of application and wide range of amenities.

With an extensive selection of accommodation options available in the market, you need to first have a budget in mind before starting the search for cheap rental apartments. Thorough research of the real estate market is an essential step before you shortlist all the rental apartments you are interested in renting. Certain conditions that are unique to Japan will affect your home and its rental, especially if you own a pet or practice musical instruments. Therefore, it is essential that you factor in what amenities are available at our apartments for rent in Matsusaka, Tsu, Suzuka, Ise, or more locations throughout Mie Prefecture.

More often than not, you may also be expected to pay other charges and fees on top of the rent. This may include property insurance, annual maintenance charges, key money, and other charges relating to your pets, etc.

The good news is, that is not the case when you look for your next home with Village House. Renting an affordable apartment in Mie, be it in Tsu, Ise or Matsusaka, can be incredibly convenient. You can, for instance, discover ideal accommodations like Village House Imura in Matsusaka. This Village House rental apartment is close to Matsusaka Station and Kaminoshō Station, accessible for those who are traveling by trains out to their schools or workplaces. Spanning 2K and 3DK apartments, you’re sure to find apartments suitable for your living needs.

Additionally, many foreign residents who want Mie rental apartments may not understand what key money is. Key money is an upfront non-refundable fee that may be required by landlords upon signing the contract. Commonly included in lease contracts in Japan, it is typically equivalent to one to three months' rent. However, when you rent an apartment with Village House, you will realize that there is absolutely no key money you need to pay!

Renting an Apartment in Mie Made Easy with Village House

The best way to zero in on an apartment in Mie for rent is to check our website and check out if any of the apartments suit your needs, taste, and preferences. There are thousands of rental homes for your perusal, and we are sure that one or the other is made for you. All you need to do is browse the listing and find a rental apartment that best matches your needs.

Check out the location and make sure that all the amenities are close by. If you cannot decide with the help of the pictures, you can call us and schedule an apartment visit for your chosen property. Our customer service staff will be delighted to help you have a sneak peek into your future home.

To learn more about available facilities and amenities around your selected rental apartments, please feel free to get in touch with us. We look forward to serving you!

Find Cheap Village Home Apartments in Mie Prefecture:

Yokkaichi Apartments

Tsu Apartments

Suzuka Apartments

Matsusaka Apartments

Ise Apartments

Iga Apartments

Nabari Apartments

Shima Apartments

Toba Apartments

Yokkaichi Apartments

Tsu Apartments

Suzuka Apartments

Matsusaka Apartments

Ise Apartments

Iga Apartments

Nabari Apartments

Shima Apartments

Toba Apartments

*Depending on the credit check results and contract details, a deposit may be required.

FAQ about Living in Mie

1. Is it expensive to live in Mie?

While the standard of living might be high, it isn’t unattainable. Starting with the right budget and apartment pick, you can settle in easily.

2. What are some highlights of living in Mie?

Mie offers various benefits. There are many cities within the prefecture, with advantages from convenience and accessibility to attractions and food. For instance, Matsusaka is very famous for its gourmet seafood. Some of the local delicacies include Ise lobster and abalone. The cattle in this area of the world are very popular for their highest grade of beef called Wagyu. Wagyu burgers, anyone?

3. What are the documents needed to rent a cheap apartment in Mie?

All applicants will need to provide their residence card. Additionally for students, you will have to submit a copy of your student ID. Take note you will also need a Japanese bank account for your rental apartment application.

Have more questions? Consider visiting our FAQ page for a more comprehensive overview.

*Dependent on the credit check results and contract details, a deposit may be required.

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