How Much Will it Cost?
The real estate market in Candler-McAfee revolves mostly around single-family homes. While the majority of people in town own their own homes, it is possible to find a family home to rent in town. Start your search early, to make the most of the homes rentals available in the area. On average, you won't have to spend too much on a three bedroom house in Candler-McAfee. Not bad for your own chunk of the Georgia countryside. Help your case by having all your ducks in a row before calling potential landlords.
What Do You Need?
Having copies of your credit report on file and proof of employment will only help you stand out among other applicants.
Bringing along Fido and FiFi could make your rental search a little more difficult. Make your pets look more appealing by putting together a friendly-pet profile. Include your vet’s information and records of all their shots. Be willing to shell out a little extra cash. You may need it for additional pet fees.
MARTA Makes it Possible
While having a car would certainly make things easier, MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) makes it possible to get around in Candler-McAfee.
Three bus lines service the town: the 9, 15 and 86. Use the 15 to get to the South DeKalb Mall, the 9 to get to Kensington Station in Atlanta and the 86 to connect to GRTA (Georgia Regional Transportation Authority).
Candler-McAfee is certainly a departure from the city life in Atlanta. The town’s houses for rent are great, giving you plenty of space to spread out at an affordable price point. While Candler-McAfee will not win any prizes as a cultural mecca, it is excellent for enjoying a Georgia lifestyle. Sip your sweet tea and enjoy your stay. Congratulations and good luck on finding your perfect home.