Over the course of your search you'll likely be comparing a number of facilities against one another to find the right option for you. Most would agree that the more storage businesses there are to compare, the better. After all, who doesn't like options? When it comes to the number of facilities operating in Conroe, how many options are available?
Analysts at SelfStorage.com report that there are an estimated 24 storage facilities located in the Conroe area. When compared to other cities in the state, Conroe offers a slightly-higher number of facilities, 8 more than the state average of 16 per city. In fact, Conroe's 24 facilities give it the 24th-highest count in the state out of all 179 cities. It's home to a surprising 0.84% of all facilities in Texas. Conroe also has a large number of facilities for a city on the national scale, with 15 more facilities than the national average of 9.
But making comparisons between any cities, whether it be comparing Conroe to its neighbors in Texas or on a national scale, isn't a very fruitful excercise when we ignore a city's population. So how does Conroe, with its population of 58,431, compare to cities with similar populations? Considering that cities with populations of 50,000 to 100,000 average 11 storage facilities, we feel fully confident in saying that Conroe--which offers 13 more facilities--has plenty of extra storage space for its size. One might point out that comparing Conroe to cities of a similar size doesn't prove its healthy supply of storage space for the size of the population, and that a better measure would be actually looking at its facilities per capita. Well, we have, and it has firmly corroborated our former results. Among cities nationwide, Conroe ranks in the 71st percentile for the number of storage units per capita, offering its 58,431 residents a moderately-high amount of storage space. The same goes for Conroe when we compare it to other cities in Texas: just as it achieves a high rank for per capita storage facilities versus cities nationwide, it ranks in the 69th percentile for cities in Texas.
Our discussion of facilities per capita can't be completed without mentioning Conroe's rapid population growth from 2000-2010, a period over which it took on 50.1% more people. That's a 29.5%-higher growth rate than Texas, which grew by 20.6%, saw as a whole. But even if Conroe's growth in population has caused a surge in demand, keep in mind that the city still, even after all that growth, has a good number of facilities per capita, which may balance out the population surge.
As storage prices are closely tied to local real estate prices, it makes sense that rental rates can often differ substantially even in neighboring cities. A more expansive search could help uncover some hidden storage gems. Depending on how often you'll need to access your unit, this could be the way to go. We've had our analysts go over the data on self-storage (sometimes known as public self storage or mini storage) in Conroe to see how it compares with other cities in its state.
An average price of $65.31 a month for a storage unit makes Conroe the 88th most expensive city in Texas for self-storage, while Texas itself is the 22nd most expensive state. In general, storage units in Conroe go for $7.72 less than the state average of $73.03.
These average prices don't necessarily tell you how affordable storage in one city is compared to another, as the cost of living changes from place to place. That's why we've developed a 'relative price' scale that takes state median income into account. In Texas, the median income is $48,902.00 a year, which would make the average $65.31 unit in Conroe cost 1.6% of a median earner's monthly income. This is a somewhat-low percentage of income to spend on storage compared to prices in other cities, ranking at the 49th percentile among cities in Texas, meaning storage here is pretty cheap.
When placed on a national scale and compared to cities across the country, storage prices in Conroe are still relatively cheap, ranking at the 49th percentile in terms of relative expense. Nationwide, storage costs an average $72.15 a month. Expect to pay about $6.84 less than that for self storage in Conroe.
Storage prices can vary widely depending on which part of Conroe you're in The best prices on storage in Conroe can be found in the 77306 ZIP code. Units there average $65.07 a month. The 77384 ZIP code, on the other hand, is the costliest place in Conroe, with an average price of $151.27 for a unit.
The demand for storage being as highly seasonal as it is, moving between highs and lows throughout the year, the season you decide to book a unit during can have as much affect on the price you pay as any other factor. Storage prices generally reach their peak during the period from May to September, coinciding with moving season. Sometimes called 'National Moving Day' or 'Crazy Tuesday', the day following Memorial Day is typically the busiest for storage businesses and the highest point of the high season. College towns often see more radical seasonal swings, as their student populations drive demand on smaller units in particular up during the summer.
Self storage prices in Conroe are not nearly as affected by seasonal changes as other cities are, meaning there's a greater likelihood you'll find stable year-round prices. Still, hunting for storage during the cheapest month of the year is always a great way to find a good deal. The best month to go searching for storage in Conroe is April, when the average unit goes for a low $50 a month. The worst month, on the other hand, is October, when units hit a high of $91.3.
It's impossible to know what a good deal on storage is if you don't know what kind of prices to expect in Conroe. After all, storage prices can vary widely from place to place, so the only comparison you can make is with other facilities in the area. But don't worry: we've gone ahead and calculated everything you might need to know about the price of storage in Conroe.
On average, storage businesses in Conroe charge a rate of $65.31 per month to rent a storage unit. That's $783.72 a year, for those of you whose storage needs are of a lengthier nature. This average does encompass all storage unit sizes, so it should be taken with a large grain of salt. You can, after all, end up paying twice as much for the larger unit sizes than the smaller sizes. Storage units in Conroe come in these standard sizes: 5x5, 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, and 10x20. The following are the average prices for each size:
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Are you seeking out a super-low price on a self storage unit in Conroe, TX? April is the best time to find cheap storage, while the cheapest neighborhood for storage is the 77306 ZIP code. Do your best to avoid searching in October, the most expensive month, and be attentive to the fact that the 77384 area is the most expensive part of town for storage.
Conroe self storage typically costs between $35 and $164 a month. Storage is currently in stock.
If you’re considering buying/selling a home instead of renting, it’s crucial to find a storage unit that will last you through the purchase or sale process. Especially when, according to Zillow, Conroe had an average home value of $229,900 which in the past year is down 0.005%.