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97 apartments for rent near Foley, AL

503 E Orange Ave
Foley
2 Bed
$975
450 Park Av
Foley
2 Bed
$850
450 Park Av
Foley
3 Bed
$925
22517 Tranquil Lane
Foley
3 Bed
$1,200
7548 Audubon Drive
Foley
3 Bed
$900
304 E Orange Ave
Foley
2 Bed
$750
1142 N Alston St
Foley
2 Bed
$750
405 South Stuart Street
Foley
4 Bed
$1,400
15989 Mansion Street
Foley
3 Bed
$1,100
4001 Kendallbrook Lp
Foley
3 Bed
$950
2670 Hampton Park Circle
Foley
3 Bed
$1,300
517 West Rose Avenue
Foley
3 Bed
$885
16110 Mansion Street
Foley
3 Bed
$1,300
114 Elm Street
Foley
2 Bed
$675
Results within 1 miles of Foley, AL
6923 Crimson Ridge Street
Gulf Shores
4 Bed
$2,000
Results within 5 miles of Foley, AL
Emerald Greens
20080 Oak Rd
1 Bed
$769
2 Bed
$1,049
3 Bed
$1,209
17186 Bridgeport Drive
Summerdale
3 Bed
$2,200
22467 Beaver Creek Lane
Orange Beach
3 Bed
$1,400
26490 Marina Rd
Orange Beach
4 Bed
$3,000
4801 Easy Street
Orange Beach
3 Bed
$1,600
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City Guide
Foley
Renting in Foley

Foley is just an ordinary town, so finding a home for rent in Foley is pretty ordinary, too. It's wise to start looking for a rental property around four to six weeks in advance of the date you're planning to move, just to be sure that you'll have time to find somewhere suitable. The amount of money it'll cost to move into rental houses or apartments in the area varies, but you'll usually have to pay a month of rent upfront and a security deposit to cover any potential damages. Most landlords will ask you to sign a tenancy contract, agreeing to stay in the property for a minimum of 6 or 12 months, but sometimes you'll be able to rent on a month to month basis.

Foley Neighborhoods

You'll find a reasonable amount of difference between neighborhoods in Foley. The one you choose to live in will probably depend on how you prefer your surroundings, as well as whether you're looking for rental apartments or larger kinds of properties.

City Center: This is where most of the action is at in Foley. You'll be close to restaurants and shops if you choose to live in this area. You'll find smaller houses here and a fair amount of apartments.

Mackenzie: Homes in this neighborhood tend to be on the larger side. You'll find that most properties are fairly modern in this area.

Laurel: This is a good neighborhood for anyone who wants to be a bit out from the center and likes their green space. There's a good mixture of houses and apartments.

Life in Foley

There's not much to speak of in the way of public transport in Foley, so most residents drive to get around. The city's fairly spread out, over 25 square miles, so getting your groceries could even be an issue if you don't have a car. A lot of great town events happen throughout the year, so it's the ideal place for anyone who likes to get involved with the local community. Some of the highlights of the year include the Gulf Coast Hot Air Balloon Festival and the Alabama Festival of Flavor. During the warmer months, there's music and a movie in the park each Friday evening. Art buffs will love the Foley Art Center and the annual Art in the Park exhibit. The Foley Railroad Museum and the Holmes Medical Museum are both interesting and informative places to spend a rainy afternoon. If you feel like some more recreation, you can always head to The Gulf Bowl to knock down a few pins.

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