Mississippi Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Mississippi (MS)

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Largest Cities in Mississippi

From 1 bedroom apartments to family sized housing, Mississippi’s largest cities have it all. Jackson, which is the largest city and state capital, has quite a few places that offer affordable apartments. Bigger urban areas like Gulfport and Buloxi also have great rental opportunities.

Other Large Cities in Mississippi

If the largest of Mississippi’s urban centers, don’t meet your needs, you still can find excellent rentals in smaller cities like Greenwood, Clinton, and Olive Branch. The aforementioned cities not only have prime locations, but also offer rentals at a range of prices. Make sure you check out these and other smaller cities in Mississippi, while you shop around for apartment deals.

 

Average December Rental Rates in Mississippi


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $928 (-62)
One Bedroom $701 (-259)
Two Bedroom $778 (-398)
Three Bedroom $964 (-491)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Mississippi Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Mississippi $778 -
Louisiana $1042 (264)
Alabama $772 (-6)
Arkansas $729 (-49)
Tennessee $914 (136)
Georgia $958 (180)
 

Rental Trends in Mississippi


Month Rent Change
July $736 -
August $736 (0)
September $746 (10)
October $741 (-5)
November $783 (42)
December $778 (-5)
 

Information about Mississippi

Now that your search is underway for a great place to live in Mississippi, you’ll find renters all over the state who are pleased with their apartments. From its northern border to the Gulf of Mexico, Mississippi property owners offer renters excellent housing availabilities in plenty of great locations.

Many of these renters enjoy the state capital, Jackson, Mississippi. With a citywide population of approximately 173,000 people, Jackson is the state’s largest urban center, offering everything from entertainment to fine dining. Although many people make their home in some of the state’s urbanized areas, many residents live in much smaller, agricultural communities. According to the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce, the state’s agricultural sector employs the largest portion of the Mississippi workforce and is a multibillion-dollar industry.

Need to find something to do? Mississippi many fine attractions that cater to a range of age levels and interests. Residents who are looking for indoor activities can check out facilities like the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science in Jackson or the state’s Music Hall of Fame in Clinton. Another popular destination is The Birthplace of Elvis Presley in Tupelo. The state has numerous public land areas where people can enjoy fresh air and beautiful scenery, like at Roosevelt State Park in Morton.

In order to land an excellent apartment at a reasonable rental rate, check out available listings by using MyApartmentMap’s search box.