Alabama Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Alabama (AL)

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Largest Cities in Alabama

Alabama has several large urban centers that offer affordable apartments and plenty of local attractions. You can find many great rental units in the city of Birmingham, which has the largest population in the state with nearly 230,000 people. Huntsville and Tuscaloosa also are big cities with reasonably priced housing and recreational activities. The capital city of Montgomery is another large urban center.

Other Large Cities in Alabama

Renting an apartment in some of Alabama’s smaller communities may help you to stretch your dollar a bit further than if you rented in one of the largest cities in the state. Opelika and Northport are two examples of very popular cities for apartment renters. Each location offers rental options that can suit a variety of needs. The city of Madison also could have rental rates within your means.

 

Average July Rental Rates in Alabama


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $707 (-249)
One Bedroom $651 (-292)
Two Bedroom $755 (-411)
Three Bedroom $967 (-501)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Alabama Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Alabama $755 -
Mississippi $736 (-19)
Georgia $936 (181)
Tennessee $924 (169)
Louisiana $1023 (268)
South Carolina $936 (181)
 

Rental Trends in Alabama


Month Rent Change
February $723 -
March $743 (20)
April $748 (5)
May $749 (1)
June $754 (5)
July $755 (1)
 

Information about Alabama

As you search the Alabama apartment listings for a rental property that meets your needs, keep in mind that this Gulf Coast state offers a range of both employment and leisure opportunities. For those who plan to relocate to Alabama or are looking to move to a new location, apartments run the gamut.

According to the Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, some of the hottest careers in the state are engineers, college business teachers, dental hygienists, occupational therapists, and computer systems analysts, to name a few. Alabama also has numerous military jobs. Also known as the Yellowhammer State, Alabama offers a number of colleges and universities. Foot at these schools often is a fan-favorite.

Those who rent an apartment in Alabama can have access to both the mountains and the beach. The Appalachian Mountains extend into the state’s northeast, where Cheaha Mountain, the highest peak of the eastern Sun Belt is located. However, if you’d rather relax by the water, Orange Beach is just one of many beautiful locations situated along the Gulf Coast. The state also is bordered by Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Mississippi. No matter what type of apartment you are looking for in Alabama, the rental listings featured on MyApartmentMap cover major cities like Huntsville, Mobile, Tuscaloosa and Birmingham, plus many other cities and towns.