Looking to pack up and move to Atlanta? You’re not alone. A recent study of millennials showed that young people rank Atlanta second in the country for ‘best value’ (unsurprisingly, Atlanta’s traffic situation garners lower scores.) The only city that beats out Atlanta for best value is Houston. And, Millennials aren’t wrong! The average rent in Atlanta is $1471, only a touch over the national average. With a vibrant cultural life, mild weather, and employment opportunities for young professionals, it’s no wonder that metro Atlanta boasts the 4th fastest growing population. Ready to join their ranks and rent in Atlanta? Check out some of the Rental Beast approved listings you can rent right now.
New and Ready to Rent in Home Park for $1328
This new construction studio apartment boasts open concept living/dining room and wood flooring throughout. If you’re feeling a bit stressed, decompress in this complex’s yoga studio and zen garden (seriously), or get your heart rate up in a state-of-art fitness studio. With a walk score of 82/100, and only a ten minute drive from the I-75, their tenants will be positioned to enjoy all that Atlanta has to offer.
Fit for a Family in Wilson Mill Meadows for $1095
Moving outside of the city has its perks for young families. Try living in the green suburb Wilson Hill Meadows, a drivable distance from schools and churches. This three bedroom, two bath single-family rental has both a front yard and a backyard. It’s perfect for a family looking to rent in Atlanta who need a bit more space.
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Two Floors in Cross Creek for $1444
With two floors of living area, this two bedroom, two bath apartment with wood flooring is perfect for a growing family, an empty nesting couple, or anyone who wants to rent in Georgia and needs a little bit more space. This apartment is situated in the green, suburban Cross Creek– meaning there’s abundant space for the community’s tennis courts, swimming pool, bark park, and coffee bar. With grocery stores and the I-75 nearby, there’s more amenities nearby.
City Living in Midtown for $1173
Looking to rent in this popular commercial hub and vibrant areas area? How about this this lux one-bedroom, one-bath in Midtown. Only a few minutes away from the bustling Peachstreet and all its shops and restaurants, this apartment gets you right in the center of the actions. However, with a laundry list of amenities– community swimming pool, sundeck, outdoor grilling and picnic area, bark park, fitness center, resident lounge, and coffee bar– you won’t feel bad about staying in. Also, bring your four-legged best friend! This property is pet friendly.
Spare No Expense in Midtown for $2180
Ok– this apartment is certainly not around average price, but we always like to sneak in a property that’s well above market price just to show you what’s out there for renters willing to open their wallets to enjoy luxury amenities. This apartment boasts some of the same benefits as the one above, and features stunning kitchens and walk in closets.
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