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211 apartments for rent in Doral, FL

AMLI Doral
11481 NW 41st St
1 Bed
$1,700
2 Bed
$2,261
3 Bed
$2,532
Camden Doral
4790 NW 107th Ave
1 Bed
$1,719
2 Bed
$2,029
3 Bed
$2,359
Camden Doral Villas
4600 NW 114th Ave
1 Bed
$2,229
2 Bed
$1,999
3 Bed
$2,339
11245 NW 43rd Terrace
Doral
4 Bed
$3,700
11245 Northwest 43rd Ter
Doral
4 Bed
$4,700
9805 Northwest 52nd St
Doral Resort and Country Club
3 Bed
$2,000
8828 NW 103rd Ave
Doral Resort and Country Club
3 Bed
$2,500
5837 NW 108th Pl
Doral Isles
3 Bed
$3,050
5501 Northwest 105th Ct
Doral Resort and Country Club
4 Bed
$3,500
10740 NW 83rd St
Doral
3 Bed
$1,950
9996 NW 51st Terrace
Doral Resort and Country Club
3 Bed
$2,300
6201 NW 112th Ct
Doral Isles
5 Bed
$4,600
5020 NW 79th Ave
Doral
1 Bed
$1,350
6440 Northwest 114th Ave
Doral Isles
2 Bed
$1,800
11102 NW 83rd St 210
Doral
3 Bed
$1,875
9729 Northwest 45th Ln
Doral Resort and Country Club
4 Bed
$2,400
7290 Northwest 114th Ave
Doral Isles
2 Bed
$1,750
4730 Northwest 102nd Ave
Doral Resort and Country Club
2 Bed
$1,750
11321 NW 64th Ter
Doral Isles
4 Bed
$4,890
7230 Northwest 114th Ave
Doral Isles
3 Bed
$2,000
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City Guide
Doral
Moving to Doral

If you're interested in moving to Doral, congratulations! You'll have lots of sunshine, beaches and beautiful weather in store. Doral's a sought-after area to live in, however, so if you're planning a move, it will pay to prepare well beforehand. One of the most important ways to prepare for a move is financially. Moving itself is expensive. However, it also takes a deposit to secure an apartment, and deposits can get hefty. Usually, landlords will require one month's rent, as well as a security deposit equal to one month's rent. However, some landlords are stricter and require a bigger deposit; some deposits can be as much as three months' rent! Make sure you check with your landlord before you start your rental application so you can be sure that you have enough money on hand to make the deposit and secure your apartment.

Another important way to secure your apartment is by putting in a completed leasing application. Leasing applications allow landlords to check and make sure that potential renters are financially stable, upstanding citizens. To submit a completed rental application, you'll need to gather several documents. These documents include copies of identification, bank statements from the past several months, tax returns from previous years, pay stubs or a letter of income proving how much money you make, letters from previous landlords proving that you're a good tenant, letters of reference from friends and colleagues proving that you're a good person, and anything else landlords may require. Just like with your deposit, you'll want to check with management companies before you begin your search because you don't want to be caught unprepared. It can be heartbreaking when someone ends up snatching the apartment instead of you because they were able to get a completed application in before you! If you have any hesitations about qualifying financially, consider getting a guarantor. A guarantor is someone who agrees to guarantee the apartment financially in case you have any financial problems. This reassures landlords that the apartment's rent will be paid and will be financially secure no matter what happens to it.

Neighborhoods in Doral

The next important step to take in moving is always to do research about the area. You'll want to make sure you end up in the right place and that you don't waste time looking in neighborhoods you don't actually want to live in! Check out some helpful information below to make sure you're looking in the right sections of Doral.

Northern Doral: This small square section at the top of Doral contains a good mix of residential and commercial property. There are lots of housing developments in this area, like the Polynesian-Islands of Doral, Galapagos II - Islands of Doral, Promenade Shores of Doral and more. If you're looking for suburban living, this is probably the best place to find it in the town. You can find rental properties here too, though it's probably not the best place to look for an apartment for rent in Doral.

Central Doral: Want to feel like you're living in a Florida vacation destination? Then choose an apartment in central Doral -- it has furnished apartments and ones that have all bills paid. The area is home to many upscale resorts, like Hyatt Miami at the Blue, Trump National Doral Miami and Hyatt Place Miami Airport West. You can find shops, restaurants, stores and anything tourists visiting the area might want. This is one of the least residential areas in the city, though, so don't move there looking for quiet neighborhood life.

Southern Doral: Of course you like water, because you're moving to a great beach town. But do you like greenery? If so, Southern Doral is the best place in the area for you. This neighborhood is home to a beautiful cemetery, Our Lady of Mercy, as well as the beloved Costa Greens Golf Club. If you want to spend time outside but don't play golf, the southern part of Doral is home to a great public park: J.C. Bermudez Park. Also, shoppers will definitely like living in Southern Doral. It's home to the Miami International Mall, arguably offering the best shopping selections in all of the Miami area.

Living in Doral

Let's face it: most people don't end up in Doral to be in Doral. Most people end up in Doral to be in Miami, which is one of the premier cities in the entire country. Miami is home to beautiful stretches of beaches, on which you can lounge in the sun, swim, boat, participate in watersports and more. Miami is also a dining destination in America, and it's home to some of the country's most upscale and freshest cuisines. Miami is also a great city for lovers of culture. Theater-lovers can enjoy the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts where Broadway shows tour through regularly, as well as other theaters like the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts and the Tower Theater, which shows movies. Sports lovers can rejoice in the proximity of great professional sports if they end up in Doral. Miami has great professional basketball with the Heat, as well as great professional football with the Dolphins. The Marlins, a pro baseball team, also play in Miami. If you do want to get into Miami from Doral, it's easy to do it. Many people in the area have cars so they can get into the city or get out to the beach. However, public transportation in the area is cheap and easy. Within Doral, there is the Doral trolley, which stops all throughout town to get you from one end to the other. You can also hop on the regular Miami-Dade County Transportation bus lines, which run around the perimeter of Doral and head straight into the heart of Miami.

You might think you'll have to drive into Miami proper to have a good time if you live in Doral. The truth is, though, that there's plenty to do to keep you occupied right in your home town! If you live in town, you can enjoy the amenities and facilities of some great local resorts, which also have outstanding dining options. The city is home to its own branch of the library, as well as several public parks where you can spend time outside in the Florida sunshine (those include J.C. Bermudez Park, Veterans Park and Doral Meadow Park). If you like to golf, this is a convenient area in Miami to do it. The Costa Greens Golf Club is located here, and you can play a round or enjoy a luxurious afternoon with friends at the clubhouse.