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85 Apartments for rent in Auburn, GA

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1619 Highland Court
1619 Highland Court
Auburn, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,399
1296 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Coming soon! THIS HOME IS CURRENTLY BEING ENJOYED BY ANOTHER RESIDENT BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY. PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY AND DO NOT DISTURB.
1 Unit Available
1520 Oakleaf Drive
1520 Oakleaf Drive
Auburn, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,449
1204 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Take a look at this beautiful home featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and approximately 1,204 square feet. Enjoy the freedom of a virtually maintenance free lifestyle while residing in a great community.
Results within 5 miles of Auburn
1 Unit Available
2783 Sam Calvin Drive
2783 Sam Calvin Drive
Dacula, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
1503 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:42 AM
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1 Unit Available
5304 Castle Shoals Way
5304 Castle Shoals Way
Gwinnett County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,700
2412 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 05:51 AM
For more information, contact Ellen Yi at (404) 281-9226. Visit http://www.crye-leike.com/atlantafmls/6745679 to view more pictures of this property.
1 Unit Available
2050 Cabela Drive
2050 Cabela Drive
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1965 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 05:51 AM
Nice home! This home has 3 spacious bedrooms and open floor plan. Located in sidewalk community with pool. Granite in kitchen, 2 car garage. No pets.
1 Unit Available
1728 Snapping Court
1728 Snapping Court
Winder, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1800 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 05:51 AM
Brand new luxury 3 Bed/2.5 Bath townhome within walking distance of Fort Yargo Park. Discover the Southern care-free living in an open floor plan designed for the way you want to live.
1 Unit Available
3230 Indian Shoals Road
3230 Indian Shoals Road
Gwinnett County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$2,095
3746 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 05:51 AM
Welcome to this beautiful 4 sided brick ranch home located in the exclusiveArcher district. Generously sized 4 bedrooms/3 full baths with spaciousowner's suite. Full bedroom/bath on terrace level for your guests/family orhobbies.
1 Unit Available
340 Meadow Vista Ln
340 Meadow Vista Lane
Hoschton, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,700
2513 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 05:51 AM
Spacious 4 bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
1755 Rutland Pass Dr
1755 Rutland Pass Drive Southeast
Gwinnett County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,700
2762 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 05:51 AM
Beautiful and immaculate home for rent with master on main and open floor plan. Kitchen/family room combo with separate dining and breakfast area. Laundry room on main level. Large master with tub and shower, large secondary bedroom and baths.
1 Unit Available
276 Baylee Ridge Cir
276 Baylee Ridge Cir
Gwinnett County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
26690 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 08:32 PM
You won't want to miss out on this property. I know a lot of listings tells you this but this one is it. This amazing ranch home with an additional suited above the garage is perfect for several living situations. The home is barely a year old.
1 Unit Available
1240 Wilkes Crest Drive
1240 Wilkes Crest Drive
Gwinnett County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,750
1788 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 08:32 PM
This is a updated lovely ranch home; located in a desired school district in Gwinnett County. It is conveniently located not far from the Mall of GA. I-85 is minutes away.
1 Unit Available
2540 Harbins Mill Drive
2540 Harbins Mill Drive
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,599
1630 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Coming soon! THIS HOME IS CURRENTLY BEING ENJOYED BY ANOTHER RESIDENT BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY. PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY AND DO NOT DISTURB.
1 Unit Available
1335 Slate Bend Drive
1335 Slate Bend Drive
Dacula, GA
5 Bedrooms
$2,000
2831 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
Dacula Home For Rent, 5 Bdrm, 3 ba by Property Management Atlanta - Move in Ready with Fresh Paint! Impressive and Spacious 5 Bed/3 Bath home in Harbins Landing Estates.
1 Unit Available
3370 Stratton Lane
3370 Stratton Lane
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,399
1651 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Take a look at this beautiful home featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and approximately 1,651 square feet. Enjoy the freedom of a virtually maintenance free lifestyle while residing in a great community.
1 Unit Available
3019 Morgan Spring Trl
3019 Morgan Spring Trl
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
2000 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
new house for rent near Mall of GA - Property Id: 234953 Newly 3 Bed/ 2.5 bath home ready for moving in. Minutes to Mall of GA. Great Location for shopping, dining and recreation. A large kitchen with granite countertop.
1 Unit Available
2773 Austin Ridge Drive
2773 Austin Ridge Drive
Gwinnett County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,499
2293 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Take a look at this beautiful home featuring 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and approximately 2,293 square feet. Enjoy the freedom of a virtually maintenance free lifestyle while residing in a great community.
Results within 10 miles of Auburn
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1 Unit Available
Ridgewood
419 Hurricane Shoals Rd
Lawrenceville, GA
1 Bedroom
$860
627 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 25 at 06:28 AM
Located off of Hurricane Shoals in Lawrenceville, Ridgewood Apartments is a 52 unit community offering the opportunity to be part of a small tight-knit community.
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22 Units Available
Overlook at Gwinnett Stadium
1600 Overlook Park Ln
Lawrenceville, GA
1 Bedroom
$1,074
792 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,347
1170 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1401 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:20 AM
Apartment community featuring a saltwater pool, two tennis courts, and a gym. The one- to three-bedroom homes boast walk-in closets and tile backsplash. Near Mall of Georgia overlooking Gwinnett Stadium, with easy access to I-85.
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44 Units Available
Crofthouse Grayson
1655 Grayson Hwy
Grayson, GA
1 Bedroom
$1,254
733 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,744
1159 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,275
1400 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:06 AM
Unlike any other apartments in the area, Crofthouse Grayson brings you all the comforts of home with our modern farmhouse style apartments and townhomes.
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4 Units Available
The Square at Lawrenceville
255 Honeysuckle Cir
Lawrenceville, GA
2 Bedrooms
$1,260
1082 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,460
1308 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 05:37 AM
Knollwood Park is now The Square at Lawrenceville! Welcome to The Square at Lawrenceville, a newly renovated community featuring two and three-bedroom apartments in Lawrenceville, GA.
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16 Units Available
The Views at Coolray Field
755 Braves Ave
Lawrenceville, GA
1 Bedroom
$1,190
692 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,487
1071 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 03:41 AM
Conveniently situated just minutes from the Mall of Georgia and Buford Drive. Units offer residents stainless appliances, ceiling fans and wood flooring. Luxury community includes game room, saltwater infinity pool and skybox for games.
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176 Units Available
SouthLawn Lawrenceville
30 S Clayton St
Lawrenceville, GA
Studio
$1,100
622 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,225
743 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1082 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 03:40 AM
Located just 30 miles northeast of Atlanta, Lawrenceville’s SouthLawn is a 33-acre mixed-use community with a blend of refined apartments, spacious townhomes, stylish single family homes, and abundant retail.
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7 Units Available
Preserve at Mill Creek
1400 Mall of Georgia Blvd
Buford, GA
1 Bedroom
$1,265
782 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,380
1150 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 25 at 03:40 AM
Featuring beautiful one, two, and three-bedroom apartment homes in Buford, Georgia.
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4 Units Available
Century at the Ballpark
1110 Ballpark Lane
Lawrenceville, GA
1 Bedroom
$1,295
791 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,465
1134 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 25 at 03:40 AM
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Apartment Rentals in Auburn start at $1,350/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Auburn start at $1,350/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Auburn. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Clark Atlanta University, Georgia State University, University of Georgia, Lanier Technical College, and Life University.
City GuideAuburn
Auburn, Georgia is the poster town for quaint, friendly America with its iconic red caboose located in downtown's R.H. Burel Park. The caboose, a gift bestowed to the township by the CSX Railroad, is the town's focal point to help commemorate its long history as the transportation hub of the railroad that connected Athens with Atlanta.
Auburn, Georgia is the poster town for quaint, friendly America with its iconic red caboose located in downtown's R.H. Burel Park. The caboose, a gift bestowed to the township by the CSX Railroad, is the town's focal point to help commemorate its long history as the transportation hub of the railroad that connected Athens with Atlanta.

When strolling downtown, your eye is automatically drawn to the city's charm, which reflects a bygone era mixed with good, old fashioned Southern hospitality. Visitors and residents alike always feel right at home in the picturesque community. Parks abound with flowering crape myrtle, playgrounds and picnic tables, The city's 22 mile bike path, built across an old railroad track, beckons biking enthusiasts to hit the trail. With its small town appeal, city leaders in Auburn are happily projecting that the town's population may triple over the next decade. Located approximately 42 miles from Atlanta, Auburn is almost sure to see some of the burgeoning growth that the big city of Atlanta has been experiencing. Such a bright forecast for the small town makes home rentals and apartment complexes much sought after commodities as folks looking to relocate to Auburn seek a place to call home.

Moving to Auburn

You might be asking yourself when you should start seeking property rentals to move to Auburn. The answer to that question is simple -- any time. The area's pleasant climate makes year round moving a delight. You don't have to worry about bone-chilling cold, excessive snow or days of rain when planning your move. The highest yearly temperature is about 81 degrees in August and the lowest temperature averages 45.8 degrees. Auburn is known for its mild winters, and the fact that temperatures rarely dip below freezing. In the spring and summer, the town is a bright pastel of flowering plants, trees and shrubs. Fall even brings changes to the tree's leaves.

Your Housing Choices and Stats

The fact that Auburn offers housing affordability is undeniable. If you are seeking a 3 bedroom house for the family, or a small apartment located in an apartment complex, you are sure to find exactly what you need. Spread out over almost six miles, you might want to seek a residence in the city limits or you can expand your search to neighboring rural hamlets. Generally, around 18 percent of the homes in Auburn are rentals. Don't panic over that percentage though, because the statistic only takes into consideration rental homes, and overlooks apartments and condos, which give you even more housing options to choose from.

If you are looking for a house for rent, you will more than likely check out the Internet and local papers to find a home in Auburn that meets your needs. However, an often overlooked place to look for a house to rent is with a real estate agent. Many people mistakenly believe that real estate agents only deal with homes that are for sale, but many run a rental network that offers numerous home rentals, apartments and condominiums for the area of Auburn, Georgia. Other local real estate agents also work to help people find rentals within the community, so don't overlook the value of working with a real estate agent to find the rental of your dreams in Auburn.

Moving to Auburn
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You might be asking yourself when you should start seeking property rentals to move to Auburn. The answer to that question is simple -- any time. The area's pleasant climate makes year round moving a delight. You don't have to worry about bone-chilling cold, excessive snow or days of rain when planning your move. The highest yearly temperature is about 81 degrees in August and the lowest temperature averages 45.8 degrees. Auburn is known for its mild winters, and the fact that temperatures rarely dip below freezing. In the spring and summer, the town is a bright pastel of flowering plants, trees and shrubs. Fall even brings changes to the tree's leaves.

Your Housing Choices and Stats

The fact that Auburn offers housing affordability is undeniable. If you are seeking a 3 bedroom house for the family, or a small apartment located in an apartment complex, you are sure to find exactly what you need. Spread out over almost six miles, you might want to seek a residence in the city limits or you can expand your search to neighboring rural hamlets. Generally, around 18 percent of the homes in Auburn are rentals. Don't panic over that percentage though, because the statistic only takes into consideration rental homes, and overlooks apartments and condos, which give you even more housing options to choose from.

If you are looking for a house for rent, you will more than likely check out the Internet and local papers to find a home in Auburn that meets your needs. However, an often overlooked place to look for a house to rent is with a real estate agent. Many people mistakenly believe that real estate agents only deal with homes that are for sale, but many run a rental network that offers numerous home rentals, apartments and condominiums for the area of Auburn, Georgia. Other local real estate agents also work to help people find rentals within the community, so don't overlook the value of working with a real estate agent to find the rental of your dreams in Auburn.

Neighborhoods in Auburn

A relatively small city with a population of under 7,000, Auburn really doesn't have designated neighborhoods. Most residents choose a home's location based on their work, distance to shopping, schools or other attractions. Its small size makes it easy to pick a place of residence based on your own personal tastes, style and needs. You don't have to worry about a traffic jam when you are headed to work each morning, or any other major headaches that you might experience if you were living in a more metropolitan area. Simply choose what appeals to your for your next home. Do you want a studio apartment, a house rental, a duplex or a condominium? Maybe you don't want to worry about much when living in Auburn, and you would like to seek apartments with paid utilities. An apartment that has utilities included in the rental takes away the head of having to make individual payments each month for electricity, sewer, water or other monthly utility bills.

Top Apartment and Duplex Communities

Auburn Park Apartments: Located off Parks Mills Road sits this apartment complex with a healthy number of options including studio apartments to rent. A nice community-based complex, you shouldn't have a tough time making some new friends in Auburn here. Stay cheery and say hello to your neighbors. They're sure to strike up a conversation and, before you know it, you'll feel right at home.

Auburn's Quail Valley Duplexes: If apartments are not exactly your cup of tea, but you also don't want to rent a large 3 bedroom house, you may want to check this place out, which are conveniently located next to Auburn Park Apartments.

In neighboring Winder you will find the Hillcrest Apartments, Holly Hill Apartments, Rock Spring Apartments and the Winder Woods Apartments. With so many apartment complexes in one vicinity, you might want to call ahead to see who has units available. You should also remember that most apartments or condominiums will expect you to undergo a background check and possible credit rating appraisal before approving your application to rent. You will also generally need to provide deposits and first/last month rent prior to moving in.

Neighborhoods in Auburn
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A relatively small city with a population of under 7,000, Auburn really doesn't have designated neighborhoods. Most residents choose a home's location based on their work, distance to shopping, schools or other attractions. Its small size makes it easy to pick a place of residence based on your own personal tastes, style and needs. You don't have to worry about a traffic jam when you are headed to work each morning, or any other major headaches that you might experience if you were living in a more metropolitan area. Simply choose what appeals to your for your next home. Do you want a studio apartment, a house rental, a duplex or a condominium? Maybe you don't want to worry about much when living in Auburn, and you would like to seek apartments with paid utilities. An apartment that has utilities included in the rental takes away the head of having to make individual payments each month for electricity, sewer, water or other monthly utility bills.

Top Apartment and Duplex Communities

Auburn Park Apartments: Located off Parks Mills Road sits this apartment complex with a healthy number of options including studio apartments to rent. A nice community-based complex, you shouldn't have a tough time making some new friends in Auburn here. Stay cheery and say hello to your neighbors. They're sure to strike up a conversation and, before you know it, you'll feel right at home.

Auburn's Quail Valley Duplexes: If apartments are not exactly your cup of tea, but you also don't want to rent a large 3 bedroom house, you may want to check this place out, which are conveniently located next to Auburn Park Apartments.

In neighboring Winder you will find the Hillcrest Apartments, Holly Hill Apartments, Rock Spring Apartments and the Winder Woods Apartments. With so many apartment complexes in one vicinity, you might want to call ahead to see who has units available. You should also remember that most apartments or condominiums will expect you to undergo a background check and possible credit rating appraisal before approving your application to rent. You will also generally need to provide deposits and first/last month rent prior to moving in.

Living in Auburn

You might be wondering what life in Auburn will be like. Well, its a laid back kind of lifestyle. Auburn remains a place where people get to know you on a first name basis and your family becomes their family. The town's year round mild temperatures will call to you, and you will want to make the most of outdoor activities. The town boasts ample parks -- six parks within city limits alone. You can stroll along trails, bike or play a game of baseball at the City of Auburn Ball Fields located at 252 Parks Mill Road. During the summer months, every Wednesday, fresh produce is available at the local Whistle Stop Farmers Market in Auburn. Residents of Auburn love to buy the regions fresh veggies and fruits. The market is open rain or shine, and is a great place to make friends with the locals and hear about the town's diverse history. If you rent a home that has a small garden spot, you are also free to fill out an application to sell your fresh produce at the town's Whistle Stop Farmers Market, and before you know it you will be an Auburn local too!

Living in Auburn
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You might be wondering what life in Auburn will be like. Well, its a laid back kind of lifestyle. Auburn remains a place where people get to know you on a first name basis and your family becomes their family. The town's year round mild temperatures will call to you, and you will want to make the most of outdoor activities. The town boasts ample parks -- six parks within city limits alone. You can stroll along trails, bike or play a game of baseball at the City of Auburn Ball Fields located at 252 Parks Mill Road. During the summer months, every Wednesday, fresh produce is available at the local Whistle Stop Farmers Market in Auburn. Residents of Auburn love to buy the regions fresh veggies and fruits. The market is open rain or shine, and is a great place to make friends with the locals and hear about the town's diverse history. If you rent a home that has a small garden spot, you are also free to fill out an application to sell your fresh produce at the town's Whistle Stop Farmers Market, and before you know it you will be an Auburn local too!

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City GuideAuburn
Auburn, Georgia is the poster town for quaint, friendly America with its iconic red caboose located in downtown's R.H. Burel Park. The caboose, a gift bestowed to the township by the CSX Railroad, is the town's focal point to help commemorate its long history as the transportation hub of the railroad that connected Athens with Atlanta.
Auburn, Georgia is the poster town for quaint, friendly America with its iconic red caboose located in downtown's R.H. Burel Park. The caboose, a gift bestowed to the township by the CSX Railroad, is the town's focal point to help commemorate its long history as the transportation hub of the railroad that connected Athens with Atlanta.

When strolling downtown, your eye is automatically drawn to the city's charm, which reflects a bygone era mixed with good, old fashioned Southern hospitality. Visitors and residents alike always feel right at home in the picturesque community. Parks abound with flowering crape myrtle, playgrounds and picnic tables, The city's 22 mile bike path, built across an old railroad track, beckons biking enthusiasts to hit the trail. With its small town appeal, city leaders in Auburn are happily projecting that the town's population may triple over the next decade. Located approximately 42 miles from Atlanta, Auburn is almost sure to see some of the burgeoning growth that the big city of Atlanta has been experiencing. Such a bright forecast for the small town makes home rentals and apartment complexes much sought after commodities as folks looking to relocate to Auburn seek a place to call home.

Moving to Auburn

You might be asking yourself when you should start seeking property rentals to move to Auburn. The answer to that question is simple -- any time. The area's pleasant climate makes year round moving a delight. You don't have to worry about bone-chilling cold, excessive snow or days of rain when planning your move. The highest yearly temperature is about 81 degrees in August and the lowest temperature averages 45.8 degrees. Auburn is known for its mild winters, and the fact that temperatures rarely dip below freezing. In the spring and summer, the town is a bright pastel of flowering plants, trees and shrubs. Fall even brings changes to the tree's leaves.

Your Housing Choices and Stats

The fact that Auburn offers housing affordability is undeniable. If you are seeking a 3 bedroom house for the family, or a small apartment located in an apartment complex, you are sure to find exactly what you need. Spread out over almost six miles, you might want to seek a residence in the city limits or you can expand your search to neighboring rural hamlets. Generally, around 18 percent of the homes in Auburn are rentals. Don't panic over that percentage though, because the statistic only takes into consideration rental homes, and overlooks apartments and condos, which give you even more housing options to choose from.

If you are looking for a house for rent, you will more than likely check out the Internet and local papers to find a home in Auburn that meets your needs. However, an often overlooked place to look for a house to rent is with a real estate agent. Many people mistakenly believe that real estate agents only deal with homes that are for sale, but many run a rental network that offers numerous home rentals, apartments and condominiums for the area of Auburn, Georgia. Other local real estate agents also work to help people find rentals within the community, so don't overlook the value of working with a real estate agent to find the rental of your dreams in Auburn.

Moving to Auburn
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You might be asking yourself when you should start seeking property rentals to move to Auburn. The answer to that question is simple -- any time. The area's pleasant climate makes year round moving a delight. You don't have to worry about bone-chilling cold, excessive snow or days of rain when planning your move. The highest yearly temperature is about 81 degrees in August and the lowest temperature averages 45.8 degrees. Auburn is known for its mild winters, and the fact that temperatures rarely dip below freezing. In the spring and summer, the town is a bright pastel of flowering plants, trees and shrubs. Fall even brings changes to the tree's leaves.

Your Housing Choices and Stats

The fact that Auburn offers housing affordability is undeniable. If you are seeking a 3 bedroom house for the family, or a small apartment located in an apartment complex, you are sure to find exactly what you need. Spread out over almost six miles, you might want to seek a residence in the city limits or you can expand your search to neighboring rural hamlets. Generally, around 18 percent of the homes in Auburn are rentals. Don't panic over that percentage though, because the statistic only takes into consideration rental homes, and overlooks apartments and condos, which give you even more housing options to choose from.

If you are looking for a house for rent, you will more than likely check out the Internet and local papers to find a home in Auburn that meets your needs. However, an often overlooked place to look for a house to rent is with a real estate agent. Many people mistakenly believe that real estate agents only deal with homes that are for sale, but many run a rental network that offers numerous home rentals, apartments and condominiums for the area of Auburn, Georgia. Other local real estate agents also work to help people find rentals within the community, so don't overlook the value of working with a real estate agent to find the rental of your dreams in Auburn.

Neighborhoods in Auburn

A relatively small city with a population of under 7,000, Auburn really doesn't have designated neighborhoods. Most residents choose a home's location based on their work, distance to shopping, schools or other attractions. Its small size makes it easy to pick a place of residence based on your own personal tastes, style and needs. You don't have to worry about a traffic jam when you are headed to work each morning, or any other major headaches that you might experience if you were living in a more metropolitan area. Simply choose what appeals to your for your next home. Do you want a studio apartment, a house rental, a duplex or a condominium? Maybe you don't want to worry about much when living in Auburn, and you would like to seek apartments with paid utilities. An apartment that has utilities included in the rental takes away the head of having to make individual payments each month for electricity, sewer, water or other monthly utility bills.

Top Apartment and Duplex Communities

Auburn Park Apartments: Located off Parks Mills Road sits this apartment complex with a healthy number of options including studio apartments to rent. A nice community-based complex, you shouldn't have a tough time making some new friends in Auburn here. Stay cheery and say hello to your neighbors. They're sure to strike up a conversation and, before you know it, you'll feel right at home.

Auburn's Quail Valley Duplexes: If apartments are not exactly your cup of tea, but you also don't want to rent a large 3 bedroom house, you may want to check this place out, which are conveniently located next to Auburn Park Apartments.

In neighboring Winder you will find the Hillcrest Apartments, Holly Hill Apartments, Rock Spring Apartments and the Winder Woods Apartments. With so many apartment complexes in one vicinity, you might want to call ahead to see who has units available. You should also remember that most apartments or condominiums will expect you to undergo a background check and possible credit rating appraisal before approving your application to rent. You will also generally need to provide deposits and first/last month rent prior to moving in.

Neighborhoods in Auburn
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A relatively small city with a population of under 7,000, Auburn really doesn't have designated neighborhoods. Most residents choose a home's location based on their work, distance to shopping, schools or other attractions. Its small size makes it easy to pick a place of residence based on your own personal tastes, style and needs. You don't have to worry about a traffic jam when you are headed to work each morning, or any other major headaches that you might experience if you were living in a more metropolitan area. Simply choose what appeals to your for your next home. Do you want a studio apartment, a house rental, a duplex or a condominium? Maybe you don't want to worry about much when living in Auburn, and you would like to seek apartments with paid utilities. An apartment that has utilities included in the rental takes away the head of having to make individual payments each month for electricity, sewer, water or other monthly utility bills.

Top Apartment and Duplex Communities

Auburn Park Apartments: Located off Parks Mills Road sits this apartment complex with a healthy number of options including studio apartments to rent. A nice community-based complex, you shouldn't have a tough time making some new friends in Auburn here. Stay cheery and say hello to your neighbors. They're sure to strike up a conversation and, before you know it, you'll feel right at home.

Auburn's Quail Valley Duplexes: If apartments are not exactly your cup of tea, but you also don't want to rent a large 3 bedroom house, you may want to check this place out, which are conveniently located next to Auburn Park Apartments.

In neighboring Winder you will find the Hillcrest Apartments, Holly Hill Apartments, Rock Spring Apartments and the Winder Woods Apartments. With so many apartment complexes in one vicinity, you might want to call ahead to see who has units available. You should also remember that most apartments or condominiums will expect you to undergo a background check and possible credit rating appraisal before approving your application to rent. You will also generally need to provide deposits and first/last month rent prior to moving in.

Living in Auburn

You might be wondering what life in Auburn will be like. Well, its a laid back kind of lifestyle. Auburn remains a place where people get to know you on a first name basis and your family becomes their family. The town's year round mild temperatures will call to you, and you will want to make the most of outdoor activities. The town boasts ample parks -- six parks within city limits alone. You can stroll along trails, bike or play a game of baseball at the City of Auburn Ball Fields located at 252 Parks Mill Road. During the summer months, every Wednesday, fresh produce is available at the local Whistle Stop Farmers Market in Auburn. Residents of Auburn love to buy the regions fresh veggies and fruits. The market is open rain or shine, and is a great place to make friends with the locals and hear about the town's diverse history. If you rent a home that has a small garden spot, you are also free to fill out an application to sell your fresh produce at the town's Whistle Stop Farmers Market, and before you know it you will be an Auburn local too!

Living in Auburn
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You might be wondering what life in Auburn will be like. Well, its a laid back kind of lifestyle. Auburn remains a place where people get to know you on a first name basis and your family becomes their family. The town's year round mild temperatures will call to you, and you will want to make the most of outdoor activities. The town boasts ample parks -- six parks within city limits alone. You can stroll along trails, bike or play a game of baseball at the City of Auburn Ball Fields located at 252 Parks Mill Road. During the summer months, every Wednesday, fresh produce is available at the local Whistle Stop Farmers Market in Auburn. Residents of Auburn love to buy the regions fresh veggies and fruits. The market is open rain or shine, and is a great place to make friends with the locals and hear about the town's diverse history. If you rent a home that has a small garden spot, you are also free to fill out an application to sell your fresh produce at the town's Whistle Stop Farmers Market, and before you know it you will be an Auburn local too!