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43 Apartments for rent in Rincon, GA

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Panther Effingham Parc Apartments
617 Towne Park Drive
Rincon, GA
Studio
$1,046
575 sqft
1 Bedroom
$934
766 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,423
986 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:30 PM
Convenient to Rincon South Shopping Center and Mill Creek Center, this community offers residents a clubhouse, 24-hour fitness center, pet spa and on-site laundry. Apartments can be furnished and offer granite countertops and screened patios.
1 Unit Available
116 Fox Trace
116 Fox Trace
Rincon, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,700
2184 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 07:16 PM
This beautiful split plan home in Ridgewood located in Rincon for RENT! It features a master bedroom filled with natural light and en-suite bath. Two spacious bedrooms and a full bath sits on opposite sides of this better than new home.
1 Unit Available
109 Barfield Way
109 Barfield Way
Rincon, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1680 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 109 Barfield Way in Rincon. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
103 Barfield Way
103 Barfield Way
Rincon, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1680 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Large townhome, 3 beds 2.5 baths, stainless appliances, granite tops in kitchen, single car garage with remote entry, front and back porches. Great Rincon location, close to schools and shopping. $1300 per month. No Pets. No Smoking.
1 Unit Available
6006 Towne Park Drive
6006 Towne Park Drive
Rincon, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1459 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 6006 Towne Park Drive in Rincon. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
503 Weisenbaker Rd
503 Weisenbaker Road
Rincon, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1252 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:49 AM
**Available Now** 3bd/2ba newly remodeled Rincon home with fenced in backyard. - Do not miss this 3 bedroom, 2 bath newly remodeled Rincon home with garage with fenced in backyard and vinyl plank throughout.
1 Unit Available
24 Weber Court
24 Weber Court
Rincon, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,500
1823 sqft
Last updated December 10 at 11:58 PM
Beautiful home in Effingham overlooking the golf course. 3 Bedroom, 2 bath home, large eat-in kitchen, dining room, and family room. Sits on a cul-de-sac. This is a must-see and will not be available long. New flooring and carpet going in.
1 Unit Available
116 Danielle Loop
116 Danielle Loop
Rincon, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1550 sqft
Last updated October 16 at 10:41 PM
UNDER CONSTRUCTION! Will be available December 6th, 2019! The Creston Floor plan. 3 bedroom 2 bath split plan with Flex Room. $1300 Security Deposit and 1 year lease agreement minimum. All Appliances and blinds included. No Smoking! No Pets
Results within 1 mile of Rincon
1 Unit Available
230 Rosehill Dr. E
230 Rosehill Drive
Effingham County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,595
1717 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:49 AM
Four Bedroom Home in Rincon - Four-bedroom, two and one half bathroom home in Rincon with a two-car garage and large porch. Two pets welcome with owner approval and $300 deposit first pet, $150 second Security deposit equal to rent (RLNE4597817)
Results within 5 miles of Rincon
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24 Units Available
The Columns at Coldbrook Station
501 Old Richmond Road
Port Wentworth, GA
1 Bedroom
$950
875 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,060
1213 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1461 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:47 PM
The Columns at Coldbrook Station is where you will find pure, simple luxury in the heart of Port Wentworth Georgia.
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Ardmore at Rice Hope
1332 Mulberry Blvd
Port Wentworth, GA
1 Bedroom
$1,075
752 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,299
1048 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,575
1332 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:54 AM
BRAND NEW APARTMENT HOMES... NOW OPEN! Find your new home today! Welcome to Ardmore at Rice Hope! Our Port Wentworth Apartments for rent have everything you need when looking for a home.
1 Unit Available
43 Corsair Circle
43 Corsair Circle
Port Wentworth, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1257 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 43 Corsair Circle in Port Wentworth. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
112 Tackhouse Lane
112 Tackhouse Lane
Effingham County, GA
5 Bedrooms
$2,000
3196 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 112 Tackhouse Lane in Effingham County. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
8 Coronedo Lane
8 Coronedo Lane
Port Wentworth, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,800
2506 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:49 AM
8 Coronedo Lane Available 10/01/20 Beautiful 4 bedroom home! 8 Coronedo Lane in Port Wentworth! - Welcome home! Located in the Rice Creek subdivision, this home boasts 4 bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
1383 Goshen Road
1383 Goshen Road
Effingham County, GA
2 Bedrooms
$950
1470 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:49 AM
1383 Goshen Road - Rincon, GA 31326 $950/mth - Spacious home on convenient Goshen Road location in South Effingham county! Home has 2 large bedrooms, 1 bathroom, family room, large kitchen with dining area, covered back porch, and laundry room.
1 Unit Available
160 Jackson Rd
160 Jackson Road
Effingham County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$950
1044 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:49 AM
4 Bedroom Renovated Home in Springfield - Renovated Home! 4 Bedroom 2 Bath Home on Wooded Lot! Like-new Stove, Refrigerator, Dishwasher & Bathroom. This home also features a screened-in porch & a deck.
1 Unit Available
6 Miriam Jordan Rd
6 Miriam Jordan Rd
Port Wentworth, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1472 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 07:32 AM
3 Bedroom In Rice Creek
1 Unit Available
3 Sandy Point Way
3 Sandy Point Way
Port Wentworth, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,025
1542 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 07:05 AM
Amazing 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house in The Lake Shore. Amenities included: central air, dishwasher, and washer dryer. Utilities included: gas, air conditioning and water. Is pet friendly. Date Available: Sep 8th 2020. $1,025/month rent.
1 Unit Available
672 Ebenezer Rd
672 Ebenezer Road
Effingham County, GA
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
990 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
672 Ebenezer Rd - Rincon, Ga 31326 $1000/mth - Adorable cottage in the Ebenezer school district! Features 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, kitchen with solid surface countertops, dining area, family room, covered front and back porch, with a wooded lot.
Results within 10 miles of Rincon
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12 Units Available
Carlyle at Godley Station
385 Godley Station Blvd
Pooler, GA
1 Bedroom
$840
725 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$865
1085 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,255
1413 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:50 PM
Designed to provide a resort-style living. On-site sundeck with pool. Larger homes with an open floor plan. Garden-style apartments in a gated community. Bark park, media center, and playground on site. Short-term leases available.
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Parkside at the Highlands
2170 Benton Blvd
Savannah, GA
1 Bedroom
$930
666 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,130
1079 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,435
1378 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
A charming community with lots of access to Savannah's best amenities. On-site amenities include a large resort-like pool with sundeck. Apartments feature designer flooring, top appliances, and spacious layouts.
Verified
73 Units Available
The Meadows
702 East Hwy 80
Bloomingdale, GA
2 Bedrooms
$1,123
1044 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
The Meadows Apartments community provides comfort at an affordable price. Our on-site management and maintenance team are key to ensuring that our tenants are provided with the quality service they deserve.
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12 Units Available
Capital Crest at Godley Station
1565 Benton Boulevard
Savannah, GA
1 Bedroom
$974
885 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,293
1415 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,578
1480 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Newly renovated, picturesque community nestled among the trees with incredible lake views, just minutes from historic Downtown Savannah. Contemporary apartment homes loaded with modern luxuries, including stainless steel appliances, wine racks and high ceilings.
Verified
16 Units Available
Villas at Park Avenue
260 Park Ave
Pooler, GA
1 Bedroom
$1,035
816 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,275
1195 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1445 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Upscale apartments featuring gourmet kitchens, large outdoor patios and private entrances. Available attached garages. Minutes from I-95 and the airport. Clubhouse, fitness room and resort-style pool.

Median Rent in Rincon

Last updated Apr. 2014
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Rincon is $873, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,007.
Studio
$769
1 Bed
$873
2 Beds
$1,007
3+ Beds
$1,374
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How much is rent in Rincon?
In Rincon, the median rent is $769 for a studio, $873 for a 1-bedroom, $1,007 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,374 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Rincon, check out our monthly Rincon Rent Report.
How much is rent in Rincon?
In Rincon, the median rent is $769 for a studio, $873 for a 1-bedroom, $1,007 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,374 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Rincon, check out our monthly Rincon Rent Report.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Rincon. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah State University, and Armstrong State University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Rincon. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah State University, and Armstrong State University.

City Guide

Rincon
"Weekends they bar-be-que and have a cold one / They run on a big ol' heart and a pinch of Skoal / That's how country boys roll" -- From "That's How Country Boys Roll," by Billy Currington
"Weekends they bar-be-que and have a cold one / They run on a big ol' heart and a pinch of Skoal / That's how country boys roll" -- From "That's How Country Boys Roll," by Billy Currington

Rincon is found in the southeastern part of Effingham County, about 30 miles from the Georgia coast. It's a pretty young town, all things considered -- with just over 8,800 residents, at the time of the 2010 U.S. Census. The town was not incorporated until 1927, when the railroad was laid through the area. The name Rincon is Spanish for "corner," and it's believed that the town was named for a Mexican village by the same name, or due to the fact that the railroad within town had a bend in its path. Rincon is unique in its layout: the incorporated city limits of the area form a circle that's two-and-a-half miles in diameter, resulting in a population density of about 650 people per mile. It's not overcrowded, but the folks are friendly, and there's plenty to do. Rincon embodies the feel of small-town Georgia, but remains close enough to bigger cities that the residents can find whatever they need.

Moving to Rincon

Rincon has an abundance of homes for rent, so if you're in the market for a cozy, southern home, this is the place. Plus, finding a place to live isn't very difficult; although the area is home to several thousand people, the population growth rate is pretty slow. Rincon has the sort of volatile, unpredictable climate associated with so much of Georgia, but it also receives cooling sea breezes because of its proximity to the Atlantic. On a clear day, you can almost taste the salt on the wind. Since there are so many places to live, make sure you give yourself enough time to look around the area and find a home that's suitable for your needs. There's no rush.

Forest or the Middle of the Circle?

Rincon's unique city limits mean that housing and neighborhoods are arranged in rather predictable patterns. The outer limits of the city are more rural, where tightly packed homes give way to forest. For people who prefer quiet living, further from the city center is probably a good bet -- but a drive anywhere will likely be longer! However, living in the middle of the circle, in the main shopping area of Rincon, can mean higher costs. You're more likely to find two bedroom apartments in this area, though.

Furnished or Not?

In addition to having a number of apartment complexes, Rincon also has a large number of independent landlords who are willing to lease out individual rooms or properties to the right person. These landlords tend to have less strict requirements, and it's easier to negotiate with them -- they're willing to take the extra steps to make sure their tenant is comfortable. This means you can potentially rent an already furnished home instead of being forced to bring your own supplies, but this does mean a pricier rent each month, so watch out! The swanky two bedroom apartment complexes also tend to be located closer to the center of town rather than on the outskirts, where privately owned houses can be found.

What You Need

No matter whether you choose to go through an independent landlord or a leasing agency, it's important that you provide proof of income in the form of pay stubs, a copy of your credit history, past rental history, if you can, and any other documents they might ask for. Make sure the area you are looking to live in allows pets if you have one, and be sure to double check on properties before agreeing to anything. Taking the time to find the perfect place to live is completely worth it, so give yourself a month or two to look before making a decision.

Moving to Rincon
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Rincon has an abundance of homes for rent, so if you're in the market for a cozy, southern home, this is the place. Plus, finding a place to live isn't very difficult; although the area is home to several thousand people, the population growth rate is pretty slow. Rincon has the sort of volatile, unpredictable climate associated with so much of Georgia, but it also receives cooling sea breezes because of its proximity to the Atlantic. On a clear day, you can almost taste the salt on the wind. Since there are so many places to live, make sure you give yourself enough time to look around the area and find a home that's suitable for your needs. There's no rush.

Forest or the Middle of the Circle?

Rincon's unique city limits mean that housing and neighborhoods are arranged in rather predictable patterns. The outer limits of the city are more rural, where tightly packed homes give way to forest. For people who prefer quiet living, further from the city center is probably a good bet -- but a drive anywhere will likely be longer! However, living in the middle of the circle, in the main shopping area of Rincon, can mean higher costs. You're more likely to find two bedroom apartments in this area, though.

Furnished or Not?

In addition to having a number of apartment complexes, Rincon also has a large number of independent landlords who are willing to lease out individual rooms or properties to the right person. These landlords tend to have less strict requirements, and it's easier to negotiate with them -- they're willing to take the extra steps to make sure their tenant is comfortable. This means you can potentially rent an already furnished home instead of being forced to bring your own supplies, but this does mean a pricier rent each month, so watch out! The swanky two bedroom apartment complexes also tend to be located closer to the center of town rather than on the outskirts, where privately owned houses can be found.

What You Need

No matter whether you choose to go through an independent landlord or a leasing agency, it's important that you provide proof of income in the form of pay stubs, a copy of your credit history, past rental history, if you can, and any other documents they might ask for. Make sure the area you are looking to live in allows pets if you have one, and be sure to double check on properties before agreeing to anything. Taking the time to find the perfect place to live is completely worth it, so give yourself a month or two to look before making a decision.

Rincon Neighborhoods

Rincon doesn't have any distinct neighborhoods -- given that the city is only around two miles wide, it's the size of a neighborhood in smaller cities! However, there are different areas that are worth mentioning. The central part of the city, where N Columbia Avenue and E 4th Street meet, is the most commercially developed area. That's also where the courthouse and other important buildings can be found. To the southeast is the Lost Plantation Golf Club. The northwestern part of the area is almost completely uninhabited, consisting mostly of forestland rather than homes.

Rincon Neighborhoods
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Rincon doesn't have any distinct neighborhoods -- given that the city is only around two miles wide, it's the size of a neighborhood in smaller cities! However, there are different areas that are worth mentioning. The central part of the city, where N Columbia Avenue and E 4th Street meet, is the most commercially developed area. That's also where the courthouse and other important buildings can be found. To the southeast is the Lost Plantation Golf Club. The northwestern part of the area is almost completely uninhabited, consisting mostly of forestland rather than homes.

Living in Rincon

The Rincon lifestyle is just a small taste of the lifestyle of all of southern Georgia -- slow and laid-back. People around here are quite friendly -- you'll often find yourself invited to a barbecue in someone's backyard after striking up a conversation with them at the grocery store. Plus, there's plenty to do and see. You won't even have a chance to get bored!

The Georgia Salzburger Society is one attraction that's nearby. It's dedicated to the family that helped found Savannah and settled the surrounding area. Backwater Expeditions is a company that takes visitors out onto the numerous creeks and rivers in the area. If you get a hankering to swing a club, head over to the Lost Plantation Golf Club and play a few holes.

Since Rincon is so close to Savannah, quite a few of the residents head that way for more serious shopping ventures. Rincon itself doesn't have too many stores, but what it does have is great cuisine. Tomo Japanese Restaurant is a favorite of local residents, with all flavors of Japanese food one could possibly want. The Schnitzel Shack serves authentic German cuisine, while Baibry's Coffee & Caf̩ is a place to sit back, relax and read the paper while sipping a cool, tasty coffee or tea drink.

Southern Georgia wouldn't be complete without fishermen. Around many of the creeks in the area, you'll find men sitting, drinking a cold brew and passing the time away waiting for a bite from the local fish. It's almost a regional pastime in these parts, so bring your rod, hook and some worms -- who knows, you might catch your dinner!

Living in Rincon
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The Rincon lifestyle is just a small taste of the lifestyle of all of southern Georgia -- slow and laid-back. People around here are quite friendly -- you'll often find yourself invited to a barbecue in someone's backyard after striking up a conversation with them at the grocery store. Plus, there's plenty to do and see. You won't even have a chance to get bored!

The Georgia Salzburger Society is one attraction that's nearby. It's dedicated to the family that helped found Savannah and settled the surrounding area. Backwater Expeditions is a company that takes visitors out onto the numerous creeks and rivers in the area. If you get a hankering to swing a club, head over to the Lost Plantation Golf Club and play a few holes.

Since Rincon is so close to Savannah, quite a few of the residents head that way for more serious shopping ventures. Rincon itself doesn't have too many stores, but what it does have is great cuisine. Tomo Japanese Restaurant is a favorite of local residents, with all flavors of Japanese food one could possibly want. The Schnitzel Shack serves authentic German cuisine, while Baibry's Coffee & Caf̩ is a place to sit back, relax and read the paper while sipping a cool, tasty coffee or tea drink.

Southern Georgia wouldn't be complete without fishermen. Around many of the creeks in the area, you'll find men sitting, drinking a cold brew and passing the time away waiting for a bite from the local fish. It's almost a regional pastime in these parts, so bring your rod, hook and some worms -- who knows, you might catch your dinner!

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Rincon
"Weekends they bar-be-que and have a cold one / They run on a big ol' heart and a pinch of Skoal / That's how country boys roll" -- From "That's How Country Boys Roll," by Billy Currington
"Weekends they bar-be-que and have a cold one / They run on a big ol' heart and a pinch of Skoal / That's how country boys roll" -- From "That's How Country Boys Roll," by Billy Currington

Rincon is found in the southeastern part of Effingham County, about 30 miles from the Georgia coast. It's a pretty young town, all things considered -- with just over 8,800 residents, at the time of the 2010 U.S. Census. The town was not incorporated until 1927, when the railroad was laid through the area. The name Rincon is Spanish for "corner," and it's believed that the town was named for a Mexican village by the same name, or due to the fact that the railroad within town had a bend in its path. Rincon is unique in its layout: the incorporated city limits of the area form a circle that's two-and-a-half miles in diameter, resulting in a population density of about 650 people per mile. It's not overcrowded, but the folks are friendly, and there's plenty to do. Rincon embodies the feel of small-town Georgia, but remains close enough to bigger cities that the residents can find whatever they need.

Moving to Rincon

Rincon has an abundance of homes for rent, so if you're in the market for a cozy, southern home, this is the place. Plus, finding a place to live isn't very difficult; although the area is home to several thousand people, the population growth rate is pretty slow. Rincon has the sort of volatile, unpredictable climate associated with so much of Georgia, but it also receives cooling sea breezes because of its proximity to the Atlantic. On a clear day, you can almost taste the salt on the wind. Since there are so many places to live, make sure you give yourself enough time to look around the area and find a home that's suitable for your needs. There's no rush.

Forest or the Middle of the Circle?

Rincon's unique city limits mean that housing and neighborhoods are arranged in rather predictable patterns. The outer limits of the city are more rural, where tightly packed homes give way to forest. For people who prefer quiet living, further from the city center is probably a good bet -- but a drive anywhere will likely be longer! However, living in the middle of the circle, in the main shopping area of Rincon, can mean higher costs. You're more likely to find two bedroom apartments in this area, though.

Furnished or Not?

In addition to having a number of apartment complexes, Rincon also has a large number of independent landlords who are willing to lease out individual rooms or properties to the right person. These landlords tend to have less strict requirements, and it's easier to negotiate with them -- they're willing to take the extra steps to make sure their tenant is comfortable. This means you can potentially rent an already furnished home instead of being forced to bring your own supplies, but this does mean a pricier rent each month, so watch out! The swanky two bedroom apartment complexes also tend to be located closer to the center of town rather than on the outskirts, where privately owned houses can be found.

What You Need

No matter whether you choose to go through an independent landlord or a leasing agency, it's important that you provide proof of income in the form of pay stubs, a copy of your credit history, past rental history, if you can, and any other documents they might ask for. Make sure the area you are looking to live in allows pets if you have one, and be sure to double check on properties before agreeing to anything. Taking the time to find the perfect place to live is completely worth it, so give yourself a month or two to look before making a decision.

Moving to Rincon
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Rincon has an abundance of homes for rent, so if you're in the market for a cozy, southern home, this is the place. Plus, finding a place to live isn't very difficult; although the area is home to several thousand people, the population growth rate is pretty slow. Rincon has the sort of volatile, unpredictable climate associated with so much of Georgia, but it also receives cooling sea breezes because of its proximity to the Atlantic. On a clear day, you can almost taste the salt on the wind. Since there are so many places to live, make sure you give yourself enough time to look around the area and find a home that's suitable for your needs. There's no rush.

Forest or the Middle of the Circle?

Rincon's unique city limits mean that housing and neighborhoods are arranged in rather predictable patterns. The outer limits of the city are more rural, where tightly packed homes give way to forest. For people who prefer quiet living, further from the city center is probably a good bet -- but a drive anywhere will likely be longer! However, living in the middle of the circle, in the main shopping area of Rincon, can mean higher costs. You're more likely to find two bedroom apartments in this area, though.

Furnished or Not?

In addition to having a number of apartment complexes, Rincon also has a large number of independent landlords who are willing to lease out individual rooms or properties to the right person. These landlords tend to have less strict requirements, and it's easier to negotiate with them -- they're willing to take the extra steps to make sure their tenant is comfortable. This means you can potentially rent an already furnished home instead of being forced to bring your own supplies, but this does mean a pricier rent each month, so watch out! The swanky two bedroom apartment complexes also tend to be located closer to the center of town rather than on the outskirts, where privately owned houses can be found.

What You Need

No matter whether you choose to go through an independent landlord or a leasing agency, it's important that you provide proof of income in the form of pay stubs, a copy of your credit history, past rental history, if you can, and any other documents they might ask for. Make sure the area you are looking to live in allows pets if you have one, and be sure to double check on properties before agreeing to anything. Taking the time to find the perfect place to live is completely worth it, so give yourself a month or two to look before making a decision.

Rincon Neighborhoods

Rincon doesn't have any distinct neighborhoods -- given that the city is only around two miles wide, it's the size of a neighborhood in smaller cities! However, there are different areas that are worth mentioning. The central part of the city, where N Columbia Avenue and E 4th Street meet, is the most commercially developed area. That's also where the courthouse and other important buildings can be found. To the southeast is the Lost Plantation Golf Club. The northwestern part of the area is almost completely uninhabited, consisting mostly of forestland rather than homes.

Rincon Neighborhoods
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Rincon doesn't have any distinct neighborhoods -- given that the city is only around two miles wide, it's the size of a neighborhood in smaller cities! However, there are different areas that are worth mentioning. The central part of the city, where N Columbia Avenue and E 4th Street meet, is the most commercially developed area. That's also where the courthouse and other important buildings can be found. To the southeast is the Lost Plantation Golf Club. The northwestern part of the area is almost completely uninhabited, consisting mostly of forestland rather than homes.

Living in Rincon

The Rincon lifestyle is just a small taste of the lifestyle of all of southern Georgia -- slow and laid-back. People around here are quite friendly -- you'll often find yourself invited to a barbecue in someone's backyard after striking up a conversation with them at the grocery store. Plus, there's plenty to do and see. You won't even have a chance to get bored!

The Georgia Salzburger Society is one attraction that's nearby. It's dedicated to the family that helped found Savannah and settled the surrounding area. Backwater Expeditions is a company that takes visitors out onto the numerous creeks and rivers in the area. If you get a hankering to swing a club, head over to the Lost Plantation Golf Club and play a few holes.

Since Rincon is so close to Savannah, quite a few of the residents head that way for more serious shopping ventures. Rincon itself doesn't have too many stores, but what it does have is great cuisine. Tomo Japanese Restaurant is a favorite of local residents, with all flavors of Japanese food one could possibly want. The Schnitzel Shack serves authentic German cuisine, while Baibry's Coffee & Caf̩ is a place to sit back, relax and read the paper while sipping a cool, tasty coffee or tea drink.

Southern Georgia wouldn't be complete without fishermen. Around many of the creeks in the area, you'll find men sitting, drinking a cold brew and passing the time away waiting for a bite from the local fish. It's almost a regional pastime in these parts, so bring your rod, hook and some worms -- who knows, you might catch your dinner!

Living in Rincon
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The Rincon lifestyle is just a small taste of the lifestyle of all of southern Georgia -- slow and laid-back. People around here are quite friendly -- you'll often find yourself invited to a barbecue in someone's backyard after striking up a conversation with them at the grocery store. Plus, there's plenty to do and see. You won't even have a chance to get bored!

The Georgia Salzburger Society is one attraction that's nearby. It's dedicated to the family that helped found Savannah and settled the surrounding area. Backwater Expeditions is a company that takes visitors out onto the numerous creeks and rivers in the area. If you get a hankering to swing a club, head over to the Lost Plantation Golf Club and play a few holes.

Since Rincon is so close to Savannah, quite a few of the residents head that way for more serious shopping ventures. Rincon itself doesn't have too many stores, but what it does have is great cuisine. Tomo Japanese Restaurant is a favorite of local residents, with all flavors of Japanese food one could possibly want. The Schnitzel Shack serves authentic German cuisine, while Baibry's Coffee & Caf̩ is a place to sit back, relax and read the paper while sipping a cool, tasty coffee or tea drink.

Southern Georgia wouldn't be complete without fishermen. Around many of the creeks in the area, you'll find men sitting, drinking a cold brew and passing the time away waiting for a bite from the local fish. It's almost a regional pastime in these parts, so bring your rod, hook and some worms -- who knows, you might catch your dinner!