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81 apartments for rent in Montgomery, AL

Peppertree
8201 Vaughn Rd
1 Bed
$800
2 Bed
$900
3 Bed
$1,010
Tapestry on Vaughn
3201 Watchman Dr
1 Bed
$710
2 Bed
$840
3 Bed
$930
Birchwood
500 Eastdale Rd S
1 Bed
$670
2 Bed
$715
3 Bed
$825
Halcyon Park
7880 Taylor Park Rd
1 Bed
$735
2 Bed
$835
3 Bed
$995
Barrington Place at Somerset
280 New Haven Blvd
1 Bed
Ask
2 Bed
$860
3 Bed
$1,135
3404 Wellington Rd
Cloverdale/Idlewild
4 Bed
$1,250
533 Rosa Parks 1
Montgomery
3 Bed
$550
511 Ponce de Leon Ave
Garden District
4 Bed
$1,200
6632 Chaprice Ln
Montgomery
2 Bed
$845
1831 Winona Ave
Capitol Heights
3 Bed
$725
1466 Woodley Road
Edgewood
3 Bed
$1,200
1809 Gillespie Dr
Forest Park
3 Bed
$925
1640 S Perry St
Garden District
4 Bed
$2,200
2829 Susan Dr
Montgomery
3 Bed
$825
2041 Mona Lisa Dr
Montgomery
4 Bed
$775
3772 Wares Ferry Road
Montgomery
2 Bed
$725
5805 Brewbaker Blvd
Montgomery
2 Bed
$625
1635 Cobblestone Ct
Montgomery
3 Bed
$895
430 E Park Ave
Montgomery
2 Bed
$475
2125 Halcyon Downs Loop
Montgomery
3 Bed
$1,100
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City Guide
Montgomery
How hard will it be to score my dream home … er, apartment … in Montgomery?

Easy as pie. Montgomery has no shortage of available living spaces (twenty-five percent of residential buildings are small apartments or high rises), so don’t rush into an apartment unless you’re sure it’s right for you. The turnover rate for apartments is high, and new units are constantly opening up.

During the mid to late summer months, occupancy rates tend to spike so don’t hesitate too long to begin your search if you’re relocating in the heart of summer. Even then, though, renters rarely end up on waiting lists.

When filling out a renter’s application, you’ll need the basics, including identification, proof of income, and a respectable renting history. Month-to-month leases are available at many locations after the renter has completed an initial six-month or one-year lease.

So which part of Montgomery is best for me?

The answer to that question depends on a number of factors, including how much you can afford to spend, whether you prefer a rural, suburban, or urban-based domicile, and what your transportation situation is. Generally speaking, the expensive neighborhoods lie in the central and eastern sections of the city, while the western and southwestern districts offer apartment dwellers lower-rent options. East Montgomery is the fastest growing part of the Capital of the South, but most of the residences on the east side are single-family homes rather than rental properties.

What are some things I should know before taking the Montgomery plunge?
  • Get your motor runnin’ … No matter which of Montgomery’s 50 neighborhoods you choose to live in, you’ll need to drive to get from points A to B. With wide lanes and ample parking in most districts, Montgomery is a driver-friendly city. The good news for non-vehicle owners is that public transportation is generally reliable and inexpensive (a one-way city bus ride only costs a buck and 35 bucks will get you a monthly pass).

And always remember: if you have questions about life in Montgomery, don’t hesitate to ask the locals. The folks in the Capital of the South love, love, love to chat it up, and they won’t hesitate to point you in the right direction. Happy hunting!