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1836 Etowah Street
1836 Etowah Street
Tarrant, AL
5 Bedrooms
$1,295
2756 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:46 AM
This home will be available soon, and we are accepting applications. At Main Street Renewal, we provide our residents with an easy leasing experience starting with applying for a home online and our dedicated teams ready to assist with any needs.
1 Unit Available
928 Jackson Blvd - 3
928 Jackson Boulevard
Tarrant, AL
2 Bedrooms
$825
1122 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:43 PM
Must-see cozy and open townhouse conveniently located near the Birmingham airport and I-20. Maintained lawn with a small open patio. Parking, landscaping, and trash service included!
1 Unit Available
913 Green Street
913 Green St
Tarrant, AL
2 Bedrooms
$635
900 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Tarrant - 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, WATER FURNISHED, freshly painted, Total Electric!, To take a video tour of this home go to www.barringtonrealestateco.com, click on "find a home." No Pets Allowed (RLNE6248372)
1 Unit Available
1121 Forest Street
1121 Forest Street
Tarrant, AL
2 Bedrooms
$750
1100 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Nice 2 Bedroom Home Tarrant Area - TARRANT AREA - Nice 2 Bedroom, 2 Bonus rooms, 1 Bathroom with a detached garage everything is newly updated in this beautiful home. Hardwood Floors and carpet throughout. Nice sized backyard (RLNE6181118)
1 Unit Available
1325 Sloan Ave
1325 Sloan Avenue
Tarrant, AL
4 Bedrooms
$795
1309 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
4 Beds & 2 Baths House / No Pets Allowed / No Section 8 - Coming Soon! - We are a few days away from completing the rehab on this property.
1 Unit Available
6319 Larkin Street
6319 Larkin Street
Tarrant, AL
4 Bedrooms
$1,100
3038 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Looking for Larkin? - Welcome home! This gorgeous, newly renovated 4 bedroom/3 bathroom home is waiting for you! Full renovations included new flooring, modern updates to fixtures/hardware, fresh paint throughout, brand new window coverings, and
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1 Unit Available
9725 Wood Avenue
9725 Wood Avenue
Birmingham, AL | Pine Knoll Vista
3 Bedrooms
$1,275
1852 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:47 AM
At Main Street Renewal, we provide our residents with an easy leasing experience starting with the flexibility to tour at any time (8am-8pm), applying for a home online, and our dedicated teams ready to assist with any needs.
1 Unit Available
4244 39th Avenue North
4244 39th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL | Inglenook
3 Bedrooms
$795
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:46 AM
The home comes with an appliance package that includes: Electric Stove This home features carpet flooring throughout the living areas and in the bedrooms, vinyl flooring in the kitchen and the bathroom. The unit has a living room.
1 Unit Available
4920 Brittain Street
4920 Brittain Street
Birmingham, AL | Inglenook
3 Bedrooms
$840
1274 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:46 AM
Owned & Managed by Sylvan Homes. HURRY.. Now offering 1-month free! If you apply, get approved, and move in by December 15th you would get February 2021 for Free.
1 Unit Available
2728 Nelda Cir
2728 Nelda Circle
Fultondale, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1200 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:46 AM
The home comes with an appliance package that includes: Gas Stove Dishwasher This home features laminate flooring throughout the living areas, the bedrooms, and the kitchen. The bathroom features tile flooring.The unit has a living and dining room.
1 Unit Available
561 READING LN
561 Reading Ln
Fultondale, AL
3 Bedrooms
$2,045
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Fully fenced yard with covered patio. Fully furnished option available for additional monthly fee. Month to month contract negotiable with minimum 6 month contract. Listing agent is also owner of property.
1 Unit Available
5744 34TH ST
5744 34th Street North
Fultondale, AL
3 Bedrooms
$925
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Just minutes from schools, churches, shopping and Interstate Central heat/air, All Electric, Hardwood floors throughout home. Newly renovated. Large private 2 acres
1 Unit Available
4209 Inglenook St
4209 Inglenook Street North
Birmingham, AL | Inglenook
3 Bedrooms
$895
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
4209 Inglenook St. - Property Id: 427194 To apply or schedule a self viewing please visit www.RisingTideManagement.net. This newly renovated 3 bedroom and 2 bath in Tarrant is clean and ready to be moved in.
1 Unit Available
905 Park Lane
905 Park Lane
Fultondale, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1054 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Great 3 bedroom, 2 bath house in Fultondale! - Great 1 level home in residential neighborhood on a flat lot just 10 minutes from downtown Birmingham. Hardwood floors throughout living areas, vinyl in kitchen and tile in bathrooms.
1 Unit Available
4012 38th Avenue North
4012 38th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL | Inglenook
3 Bedrooms
$725
1640 sqft
Last updated April 10 at 04:06 AM
This home features hardwood flooring throughout the living areas and in the bedrooms, tile flooring in the kitchen and in the bathroom. The unit has a living and dining room. Washer and Dryer hook-up.
1 Unit Available
1988 Pine Street
1988 Pine Street
Birmingham, AL | Brummitt Heights
4 Bedrooms
$1,100
1888 sqft
Last updated March 10 at 05:09 PM
Welcome home!!! This home features a great kitchen, fresh paint, and a nice outdoor space! This home has great bedrooms sizes and great closet space.
1 Unit Available
4224 50th Ave N
4224 50th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL | Inglenook
3 Bedrooms
$700
1326 sqft
Last updated October 28 at 02:06 PM
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 1 bath house in Inglenook neighborhood - Three bedroom, 1 bathroom house in the Inglenook neighborhood. Corner lot. Hardwood floors throughout. Spacious kitchen. Storage garage. Newly renovated. (RLNE3200873)
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245 Units Available
Cortland Vesta
2173 Highland Avenue South
Birmingham, AL | Five Points South
1 Bedroom
$1,485
744 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,055
1048 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:33 AM
With upscale features and city skyline views, our high-rise and mid-rise apartments take your living experience to new heights. Find your balance in our indoor and outdoor yoga space, or lounge with friends at our heated, saltwater rooftop pool.
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2 Units Available
Bradford Gardens
3815 6th Avenue South
Birmingham, AL | Forest Park
1 Bedroom
$800
575 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:14 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Bradford Gardens in Birmingham. View photos, descriptions and more!
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2 Units Available
Carson Landing
741 15th Ct NW
Birmingham, AL | Bridlewood
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$980
1102 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:09 AM
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13 Units Available
Magnolia Court
32 Westchester Ct
Center Point, AL | Apple Valley
1 Bedroom
$690
654 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$775
864 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$980
1076 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:06 AM
Magnolia Court Apartments, where we offer Luxury Living at Affordable Prices. Our property is located in Center Point, just moments from major highways and interstates as well as Metro bus stop service.
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23 Units Available
Advenir at Station 121
2000 2nd Ave S
Birmingham, AL | Five Points South
Studio
$1,124
587 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,235
737 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,535
948 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:05 AM
Prime location in the center of downtown Birmingham close to shops and entertainment. Apartments have washer/dryer in-unit, private patio/balcony and updated kitchens. Gym, pool, bike storage and courtyard.
Verified
3 Units Available
The Madrid
1927 15th Avenue South
Birmingham, AL | South Eastlake
Studio
$655
415 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Last updated December 4 at 01:05 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at The Madrid in Birmingham. View photos, descriptions and more!
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1 Unit Available
The Village at Grants Mill
5320 Beacon Drive
Irondale, AL
1 Bedroom
$884
637 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 01:04 AM
Come experience how life should feel at the newly transformed The Village at Grants Mill. The Village is sure to offer you upscale living the way you deserve it.
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Apartment Rentals in Tarrant start at $600/month.
How much is rent in Tarrant?
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Tarrant properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Tarrant. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham Southern College, Jefferson State Community College, Lawson State Community College-Birmingham Campus, and Samford University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Tarrant. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham Southern College, Jefferson State Community College, Lawson State Community College-Birmingham Campus, and Samford University.

City Guide

Tarrant
It's hard to lose with a town that held a contest to get its name. The contest was held in 1915, although it's still unclear if the name refers to longtime resident Benjamin Tarrant or Felix I. Tarrant, President of National Cast Iron Pipe Company.
It's hard to lose with a town that held a contest to get its name. The contest was held in 1915, although it's still unclear if the name refers to longtime resident Benjamin Tarrant or Felix I. Tarrant, President of National Cast Iron Pipe Company.

Tarrant is the kind of town Lynyrd Skynyrd spoke of in their iconic song "Sweet Home Alabama." Blue skies and quaint living are hallmarks of one of the South's most populated areas. Sweet tea flows in abundance and grits (a breakfast food similar to cream of wheat) is a staple on every table. That's not to say the area isn't modern. The region has enjoyed a boom in commerce that has sustained steady growth for decades. As a suburb of Birmingham, history was made as Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote one of his most important speeches nearby. Home to classic rock bands, a rich cultural history and unique cuisine, Tarrant provides a particular type of living experience. One the city itself describes as a close-knit feeling among the residents.

Moving to Town

The weather patterns of the southeast United States are consistent. Winters are relatively mild with only a few months of chilly temperatures. Summers are long, and humidity is high. Rainfall is a nearly weekly occurrence that provides a green and lush environment ideal for camping and hiking trails outside of the major towns. Outdoor activities that are popular in the region include hunting of all kinds, fishing, tent camping and hiking. Lasting as long as April to November in some cases, the moderate weather patterns of the region are conducive to the occasional getaway.

Moving to Town
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The weather patterns of the southeast United States are consistent. Winters are relatively mild with only a few months of chilly temperatures. Summers are long, and humidity is high. Rainfall is a nearly weekly occurrence that provides a green and lush environment ideal for camping and hiking trails outside of the major towns. Outdoor activities that are popular in the region include hunting of all kinds, fishing, tent camping and hiking. Lasting as long as April to November in some cases, the moderate weather patterns of the region are conducive to the occasional getaway.

All Roads Lead to Birmingham

The transit system in Tarrant is even more extensive than the industrial economy it is based on. North of the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport and at the junction of three major interstates, getting to and from the city is a lot easier than choosing which route to take. With no major hubs for hundreds of miles, Tarrant and the metropolitan area it borders is the center of activity for residents even from other nearby states.

All Roads Lead to Birmingham
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The transit system in Tarrant is even more extensive than the industrial economy it is based on. North of the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport and at the junction of three major interstates, getting to and from the city is a lot easier than choosing which route to take. With no major hubs for hundreds of miles, Tarrant and the metropolitan area it borders is the center of activity for residents even from other nearby states.

Moving to the Country

Tarrant isn't exactly country living complete with farmhouses and sprawling acres. Neither is it city life in its most sincere sense. It's a stopping point between the two. With virtually no development to the north and a jewel of the South just across the interstate, this city enjoys the benefits of both styles without an excessive amount of either spoiling the experience. When it comes to employment opportunities, if your background lies in manufacturing, you've got nothing but choices. Avionics is a big draw to Tarrant as well as manufacturing and production. For other kinds of work, professionals find it best to hit the highway and check a few miles south where commerce revolves around professional occupations. There aren't many office buildings in Tarrant, but there are plenty of chances to earn an honest wage for an honest days work.

Moving to the Country
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Tarrant isn't exactly country living complete with farmhouses and sprawling acres. Neither is it city life in its most sincere sense. It's a stopping point between the two. With virtually no development to the north and a jewel of the South just across the interstate, this city enjoys the benefits of both styles without an excessive amount of either spoiling the experience. When it comes to employment opportunities, if your background lies in manufacturing, you've got nothing but choices. Avionics is a big draw to Tarrant as well as manufacturing and production. For other kinds of work, professionals find it best to hit the highway and check a few miles south where commerce revolves around professional occupations. There aren't many office buildings in Tarrant, but there are plenty of chances to earn an honest wage for an honest days work.

Be Prepared

Of course, when moving you'll need to do all the dirty work. This means making sure you're credit report is squeaky clean, as many landlords will want to check. Also be ready with proof of income, meaning any bank statements or pay stubs, as your prospective landlord will also want to make sure you can actually afford the apartment to rent. You may even be lucky enough to find something with all utilities paid, so be sure to talk to your landlord about what's included. Whatever you do, just give yourself enough lead time -- think about a month -- to start your search. Looking online or in local papers are always a good idea, but don't forgo driving around town. You may just find that hidden treasure tucked away.

Be Prepared
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Of course, when moving you'll need to do all the dirty work. This means making sure you're credit report is squeaky clean, as many landlords will want to check. Also be ready with proof of income, meaning any bank statements or pay stubs, as your prospective landlord will also want to make sure you can actually afford the apartment to rent. You may even be lucky enough to find something with all utilities paid, so be sure to talk to your landlord about what's included. Whatever you do, just give yourself enough lead time -- think about a month -- to start your search. Looking online or in local papers are always a good idea, but don't forgo driving around town. You may just find that hidden treasure tucked away.

Neighborhoods in Tarrant

There's basically one large neighborhood in Tarrant, a large industrial area and extensive undeveloped forestland, oh, and Lake Ketona. There is not going to be nearly as many options for all expenses paid hi rise apartments in Tarrant. There will be plenty of opportunities to locate a house to rent or even decent studio apartments if you know where to look. Where to look is going to be south Tarrant with a few subtleties of which streets may appeal to you over others. South Tarrant: Almost the entirety of the residential area in Tarrant is north of the airport and south of the rock quarry. Referring back to the city's statement of a close-knit community, almost all of the homes in this town are within a few miles of each other. South Tarrant is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors and socialize with your fellow Tarrantonians. Being close to I-20 also makes it possible to hop on the interstate and explore the shopping and entertainment capital of northern Alabama within a matter of minutes. Central Tarrant: As indicated, central Tarrant is basically the city's lifeblood in the form a massive rock quarry and a number of industrial operations that provide employment opportunities for most of the town's residents. To the west side of this area, the city does have its commerce center. Though considerably smaller than what some might be used to, all of the towns needs can be supplied in the strip malls and shopping centers that line its western border. North Tarrant: As you head out of town, less and less in the way of human intervention can be detected as more and more of nature takes over. Between Tarrant and Memphis there's very little in the way of human involvement, period. Perfect for scenic drives and late summer outdoor activities, everything from north Tarrant to Tennessee is a cover shoot for Country Living magazine. Be careful venturing off alone, as black bears are common to this region, but an afternoon on the established trails can go a long way toward revitalizing a weary spirit.

Neighborhoods in Tarrant
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There's basically one large neighborhood in Tarrant, a large industrial area and extensive undeveloped forestland, oh, and Lake Ketona. There is not going to be nearly as many options for all expenses paid hi rise apartments in Tarrant. There will be plenty of opportunities to locate a house to rent or even decent studio apartments if you know where to look. Where to look is going to be south Tarrant with a few subtleties of which streets may appeal to you over others. South Tarrant: Almost the entirety of the residential area in Tarrant is north of the airport and south of the rock quarry. Referring back to the city's statement of a close-knit community, almost all of the homes in this town are within a few miles of each other. South Tarrant is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors and socialize with your fellow Tarrantonians. Being close to I-20 also makes it possible to hop on the interstate and explore the shopping and entertainment capital of northern Alabama within a matter of minutes. Central Tarrant: As indicated, central Tarrant is basically the city's lifeblood in the form a massive rock quarry and a number of industrial operations that provide employment opportunities for most of the town's residents. To the west side of this area, the city does have its commerce center. Though considerably smaller than what some might be used to, all of the towns needs can be supplied in the strip malls and shopping centers that line its western border. North Tarrant: As you head out of town, less and less in the way of human intervention can be detected as more and more of nature takes over. Between Tarrant and Memphis there's very little in the way of human involvement, period. Perfect for scenic drives and late summer outdoor activities, everything from north Tarrant to Tennessee is a cover shoot for Country Living magazine. Be careful venturing off alone, as black bears are common to this region, but an afternoon on the established trails can go a long way toward revitalizing a weary spirit.

Living in Tarrant

Tarrant is the kind of place where people talk to one another. It's not unusual to stop amongst daily errands and have a conversation with your neighbors about any number of topics. The community spirit is alive and well in a way that makes residents feel as though they are part of a larger family. Frequent summer festivals and fairs provide an opportunity to mingle with other residents and enjoy the typically pleasant weather patterns. Moving to this city can mean having to let go of the stress and hurry that typically accompanies larger residences. Like it or not, things move slower, life is lived with more emphasis on the moment than the future and taking it easy is not only acceptable, it's practically a necessity. For new initiates, the transition can be somewhat awkward at first, but with time the question becomes why would you want any other way? If you do find yourself longing for the hurry and commotion and, let's face it, a really good latte, a short drive is all it takes to find the concrete jungles that many call home. With countless entertainment venues, sporting events and shopping, nearby metro areas let you live it up in decadent cosmopolitan style. Don't worry, a front porch swing and cool glass of lemonade will be waiting when you get back.

Living in Tarrant
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Tarrant is the kind of place where people talk to one another. It's not unusual to stop amongst daily errands and have a conversation with your neighbors about any number of topics. The community spirit is alive and well in a way that makes residents feel as though they are part of a larger family. Frequent summer festivals and fairs provide an opportunity to mingle with other residents and enjoy the typically pleasant weather patterns. Moving to this city can mean having to let go of the stress and hurry that typically accompanies larger residences. Like it or not, things move slower, life is lived with more emphasis on the moment than the future and taking it easy is not only acceptable, it's practically a necessity. For new initiates, the transition can be somewhat awkward at first, but with time the question becomes why would you want any other way? If you do find yourself longing for the hurry and commotion and, let's face it, a really good latte, a short drive is all it takes to find the concrete jungles that many call home. With countless entertainment venues, sporting events and shopping, nearby metro areas let you live it up in decadent cosmopolitan style. Don't worry, a front porch swing and cool glass of lemonade will be waiting when you get back.

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City Guide

Tarrant
It's hard to lose with a town that held a contest to get its name. The contest was held in 1915, although it's still unclear if the name refers to longtime resident Benjamin Tarrant or Felix I. Tarrant, President of National Cast Iron Pipe Company.
It's hard to lose with a town that held a contest to get its name. The contest was held in 1915, although it's still unclear if the name refers to longtime resident Benjamin Tarrant or Felix I. Tarrant, President of National Cast Iron Pipe Company.

Tarrant is the kind of town Lynyrd Skynyrd spoke of in their iconic song "Sweet Home Alabama." Blue skies and quaint living are hallmarks of one of the South's most populated areas. Sweet tea flows in abundance and grits (a breakfast food similar to cream of wheat) is a staple on every table. That's not to say the area isn't modern. The region has enjoyed a boom in commerce that has sustained steady growth for decades. As a suburb of Birmingham, history was made as Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote one of his most important speeches nearby. Home to classic rock bands, a rich cultural history and unique cuisine, Tarrant provides a particular type of living experience. One the city itself describes as a close-knit feeling among the residents.

Moving to Town

The weather patterns of the southeast United States are consistent. Winters are relatively mild with only a few months of chilly temperatures. Summers are long, and humidity is high. Rainfall is a nearly weekly occurrence that provides a green and lush environment ideal for camping and hiking trails outside of the major towns. Outdoor activities that are popular in the region include hunting of all kinds, fishing, tent camping and hiking. Lasting as long as April to November in some cases, the moderate weather patterns of the region are conducive to the occasional getaway.

Moving to Town
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The weather patterns of the southeast United States are consistent. Winters are relatively mild with only a few months of chilly temperatures. Summers are long, and humidity is high. Rainfall is a nearly weekly occurrence that provides a green and lush environment ideal for camping and hiking trails outside of the major towns. Outdoor activities that are popular in the region include hunting of all kinds, fishing, tent camping and hiking. Lasting as long as April to November in some cases, the moderate weather patterns of the region are conducive to the occasional getaway.

All Roads Lead to Birmingham

The transit system in Tarrant is even more extensive than the industrial economy it is based on. North of the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport and at the junction of three major interstates, getting to and from the city is a lot easier than choosing which route to take. With no major hubs for hundreds of miles, Tarrant and the metropolitan area it borders is the center of activity for residents even from other nearby states.

All Roads Lead to Birmingham
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The transit system in Tarrant is even more extensive than the industrial economy it is based on. North of the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport and at the junction of three major interstates, getting to and from the city is a lot easier than choosing which route to take. With no major hubs for hundreds of miles, Tarrant and the metropolitan area it borders is the center of activity for residents even from other nearby states.

Moving to the Country

Tarrant isn't exactly country living complete with farmhouses and sprawling acres. Neither is it city life in its most sincere sense. It's a stopping point between the two. With virtually no development to the north and a jewel of the South just across the interstate, this city enjoys the benefits of both styles without an excessive amount of either spoiling the experience. When it comes to employment opportunities, if your background lies in manufacturing, you've got nothing but choices. Avionics is a big draw to Tarrant as well as manufacturing and production. For other kinds of work, professionals find it best to hit the highway and check a few miles south where commerce revolves around professional occupations. There aren't many office buildings in Tarrant, but there are plenty of chances to earn an honest wage for an honest days work.

Moving to the Country
+

Tarrant isn't exactly country living complete with farmhouses and sprawling acres. Neither is it city life in its most sincere sense. It's a stopping point between the two. With virtually no development to the north and a jewel of the South just across the interstate, this city enjoys the benefits of both styles without an excessive amount of either spoiling the experience. When it comes to employment opportunities, if your background lies in manufacturing, you've got nothing but choices. Avionics is a big draw to Tarrant as well as manufacturing and production. For other kinds of work, professionals find it best to hit the highway and check a few miles south where commerce revolves around professional occupations. There aren't many office buildings in Tarrant, but there are plenty of chances to earn an honest wage for an honest days work.

Be Prepared

Of course, when moving you'll need to do all the dirty work. This means making sure you're credit report is squeaky clean, as many landlords will want to check. Also be ready with proof of income, meaning any bank statements or pay stubs, as your prospective landlord will also want to make sure you can actually afford the apartment to rent. You may even be lucky enough to find something with all utilities paid, so be sure to talk to your landlord about what's included. Whatever you do, just give yourself enough lead time -- think about a month -- to start your search. Looking online or in local papers are always a good idea, but don't forgo driving around town. You may just find that hidden treasure tucked away.

Be Prepared
+

Of course, when moving you'll need to do all the dirty work. This means making sure you're credit report is squeaky clean, as many landlords will want to check. Also be ready with proof of income, meaning any bank statements or pay stubs, as your prospective landlord will also want to make sure you can actually afford the apartment to rent. You may even be lucky enough to find something with all utilities paid, so be sure to talk to your landlord about what's included. Whatever you do, just give yourself enough lead time -- think about a month -- to start your search. Looking online or in local papers are always a good idea, but don't forgo driving around town. You may just find that hidden treasure tucked away.

Neighborhoods in Tarrant

There's basically one large neighborhood in Tarrant, a large industrial area and extensive undeveloped forestland, oh, and Lake Ketona. There is not going to be nearly as many options for all expenses paid hi rise apartments in Tarrant. There will be plenty of opportunities to locate a house to rent or even decent studio apartments if you know where to look. Where to look is going to be south Tarrant with a few subtleties of which streets may appeal to you over others. South Tarrant: Almost the entirety of the residential area in Tarrant is north of the airport and south of the rock quarry. Referring back to the city's statement of a close-knit community, almost all of the homes in this town are within a few miles of each other. South Tarrant is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors and socialize with your fellow Tarrantonians. Being close to I-20 also makes it possible to hop on the interstate and explore the shopping and entertainment capital of northern Alabama within a matter of minutes. Central Tarrant: As indicated, central Tarrant is basically the city's lifeblood in the form a massive rock quarry and a number of industrial operations that provide employment opportunities for most of the town's residents. To the west side of this area, the city does have its commerce center. Though considerably smaller than what some might be used to, all of the towns needs can be supplied in the strip malls and shopping centers that line its western border. North Tarrant: As you head out of town, less and less in the way of human intervention can be detected as more and more of nature takes over. Between Tarrant and Memphis there's very little in the way of human involvement, period. Perfect for scenic drives and late summer outdoor activities, everything from north Tarrant to Tennessee is a cover shoot for Country Living magazine. Be careful venturing off alone, as black bears are common to this region, but an afternoon on the established trails can go a long way toward revitalizing a weary spirit.

Neighborhoods in Tarrant
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There's basically one large neighborhood in Tarrant, a large industrial area and extensive undeveloped forestland, oh, and Lake Ketona. There is not going to be nearly as many options for all expenses paid hi rise apartments in Tarrant. There will be plenty of opportunities to locate a house to rent or even decent studio apartments if you know where to look. Where to look is going to be south Tarrant with a few subtleties of which streets may appeal to you over others. South Tarrant: Almost the entirety of the residential area in Tarrant is north of the airport and south of the rock quarry. Referring back to the city's statement of a close-knit community, almost all of the homes in this town are within a few miles of each other. South Tarrant is a great opportunity to get to know your neighbors and socialize with your fellow Tarrantonians. Being close to I-20 also makes it possible to hop on the interstate and explore the shopping and entertainment capital of northern Alabama within a matter of minutes. Central Tarrant: As indicated, central Tarrant is basically the city's lifeblood in the form a massive rock quarry and a number of industrial operations that provide employment opportunities for most of the town's residents. To the west side of this area, the city does have its commerce center. Though considerably smaller than what some might be used to, all of the towns needs can be supplied in the strip malls and shopping centers that line its western border. North Tarrant: As you head out of town, less and less in the way of human intervention can be detected as more and more of nature takes over. Between Tarrant and Memphis there's very little in the way of human involvement, period. Perfect for scenic drives and late summer outdoor activities, everything from north Tarrant to Tennessee is a cover shoot for Country Living magazine. Be careful venturing off alone, as black bears are common to this region, but an afternoon on the established trails can go a long way toward revitalizing a weary spirit.

Living in Tarrant

Tarrant is the kind of place where people talk to one another. It's not unusual to stop amongst daily errands and have a conversation with your neighbors about any number of topics. The community spirit is alive and well in a way that makes residents feel as though they are part of a larger family. Frequent summer festivals and fairs provide an opportunity to mingle with other residents and enjoy the typically pleasant weather patterns. Moving to this city can mean having to let go of the stress and hurry that typically accompanies larger residences. Like it or not, things move slower, life is lived with more emphasis on the moment than the future and taking it easy is not only acceptable, it's practically a necessity. For new initiates, the transition can be somewhat awkward at first, but with time the question becomes why would you want any other way? If you do find yourself longing for the hurry and commotion and, let's face it, a really good latte, a short drive is all it takes to find the concrete jungles that many call home. With countless entertainment venues, sporting events and shopping, nearby metro areas let you live it up in decadent cosmopolitan style. Don't worry, a front porch swing and cool glass of lemonade will be waiting when you get back.

Living in Tarrant
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Tarrant is the kind of place where people talk to one another. It's not unusual to stop amongst daily errands and have a conversation with your neighbors about any number of topics. The community spirit is alive and well in a way that makes residents feel as though they are part of a larger family. Frequent summer festivals and fairs provide an opportunity to mingle with other residents and enjoy the typically pleasant weather patterns. Moving to this city can mean having to let go of the stress and hurry that typically accompanies larger residences. Like it or not, things move slower, life is lived with more emphasis on the moment than the future and taking it easy is not only acceptable, it's practically a necessity. For new initiates, the transition can be somewhat awkward at first, but with time the question becomes why would you want any other way? If you do find yourself longing for the hurry and commotion and, let's face it, a really good latte, a short drive is all it takes to find the concrete jungles that many call home. With countless entertainment venues, sporting events and shopping, nearby metro areas let you live it up in decadent cosmopolitan style. Don't worry, a front porch swing and cool glass of lemonade will be waiting when you get back.