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City Guide
Talladega

Bargain hunters, rejoice: Cheap apartments are pretty much the only way to go in Talladega, where the average apartment rental goes for less than $400, and even spacious apartments and rental homes are typically available for no more than $700. Most apartments in the city are on the older side, meanwhile, so don’t expect to be wowed with all kinds of shiny bells and whistles. On the bright side, at least a handful of rentals in Talladega do come equipped with above average amenities like patios/balconies, covered parking, renovated interiors, oversized closets, private yards, and more. Just be sure to bring along the basics (proof of income, I.D., banking info, and a list of previous dwellings) when you’re ready to submit a leasing application in Talladega.

Planning to share room and board with a furry four-footed roommate by any chance? Pet friendly apartments and rental homes in Talladega are available, although they typically come at a higher monthly cost ($25 or so). Of course, it can’t hurt to bring your best negotiating skills to the table when it’s time to seal the deal for your new digs. After all, leasing prices in Talladega aren’t set in stone, and many landlords are willing to bargain with prospective tenants for a lower price.

If you’re not from Talladega and you’re not too familiar with the lay of the land, be sure to visit the city in advance to see whether or not its sleepy small town vibes are a good fit for you. Also, use common sense, be aware of your surroundings, and lock your doors (and eat your spinach, too). The city is generally safe – you won’t really find any red-flag danger zones there – but it’s also home to the occasional eyesore neighborhood or lower-income, higher-crime area (especially around the older city center area).

So what are you waiting for? It’s time to get your motor running and find that primo rental in Talladega. Best of luck and happy hunting, y’all!