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98 apartments for rent near Roswell, GA

Holcomb's Pond
2745 Holcomb Bridge Rd
1 Bed
$1,075
2 Bed
$1,215
Park 83
100 Calibre Creek Pkwy
1 Bed
$1,045
2 Bed
$1,287
3 Bed
$1,437
Roswell City Walk
3000 Forrest Walk
1 Bed
$1,300
2 Bed
$1,792
Ashley Forest
9230 Nesbit Ferry Rd
1 Bed
$999
2 Bed
$1,059
3 Bed
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Wood Creek Apartments
600 Old Holcomb Bridge Rd
1 Bed
$785
2 Bed
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3 Bed
$1,350
11620 Laurel Lake Drive
Roswell
5 Bed
$2,500
140 Fieldgate Court
Roswell
4 Bed
$2,200
1013 Manchester Way
Roswell
4 Bed
$2,200
1625 River Oak Drive
Roswell
4 Bed
$2,395
228 Chads Ford Way
Roswell
3 Bed
$1,250
1550 Oakwood Drive
Roswell
4 Bed
$1,950
4939 Keota Run
Roswell
3 Bed
$1,400
11740 Wildwood Springs Dr
Roswell
4 Bed
$2,699
300 Sheringham Court
Roswell
4 Bed
$1,975
4204 Kendall Way
Roswell
3 Bed
$2,300
715 Rounsaville Road
Saddle Creek
3 Bed
$2,000
4365 Burnleigh Chase NE
Roswell
4 Bed
$1,725
4002 Manchester Circle
Roswell
3 Bed
$2,050
756 Mimosa Blvd
Roswell
2 Bed
$900
340 Tall Timbers Drive
Roswell
4 Bed
$2,500
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City Guide
Roswell
Finding an Apartment in Roswell

You'll find yourself reaching deep into the piggy bank when it comes to finding a place in Roswell. With an apartment vacancy rating of 6.6%, you'll need to do your research and plan carefully when it comes to finding a great place to live. But just keep the below tips in mind when planning your big move, and you'll be in your dream apartment home before an Atlantan drives three blocks.

Take a seat before you read on. Seriously, just take a seat. Since Roswell is one of the most affluent suburbs of Atlanta, and also the state, the rental market is cutthroat. A mere 20% of the population chooses renting an apartment versus home ownership. Prices can range drastically depending on the neighborhood and type of apartment that you're looking for, and if you're willing to settle for an older building (although you won’t find many in the area) you may save a few bucks.

Keeping in mind that Roswell is not that far from Atlanta, you'll want to avoid looking for an apartment near the start of college season. Due to the cost of high-rises in the city, many students prefer to commute. The beginning of the summer is a peak time to find great deals on apartments while everyone else is outside enjoying longer daylight hours and wonderful weather. Plus, many complexes offer great deals because of current leases that are set to expire in the summer. If you find a place you like, don’t think about it for too long. If your instinct tells you that it's great, chances are that someone else will have that same instinct!

Competition for apartments can be extreme and frustrating. It’s best to prepare ahead of time; you don’t want to end up broke, or in a place that you had to settle for because of a lack of availability. Just like a job search, being organized and efficient is the best approach to take when searching for your future home. Regardless of whether you're dealing with a real estate company or a private owner, be courteous when you're scheduling your appointment. Dress appropriately and arrive for your appointment on time--nobody likes to be kept waiting. As a rule of thumb, you should always keep your two most recent pay stubs, along with a recent copy of your credit information. If you are planning on having a pet, it doesn’t hurt to have a photo of your favorite animal, along with a recent shot record. No landlord is crazy about the possibility of large pets that are going to destroy their property, and a photo can soothe their worries and smooth along the process.

The Best Neighborhoods in Roswell

A large number, almost 10% to be exact, of white collar workers in Roswell work from home. This is not surprising considering that it's such an affluent and educated city full of young professionals.

The Greenway: This is one of the top ten most expensive neighborhoods in the area. You'll reach deep into your pockets to live here, but the perks make it worth it. It’s lush with mostly wooded areas, hiking trails, and fun things to do. Whether you like a drink at night or a place to take the kiddies, there is plenty to do and see. $$$$

Woodstock and Coleman Road Area: A beautiful, wooded area full of great scenery, this neighborhood is a mix of family-friendly and young professionals. As with most other neighborhoods in the area, there are plenty of parks and jogging trails. $$$

Chattahoochee Area: Lots of options and family-friendly homes to choose from. With Atlanta’s water reserve drying up, this area near the Chattahoochee River is a great option out in the suburbs. There really is nothing like living near water. $$$

Life in Roswell

Roswell has the distinction of being a small city in the shadow a big city. Atlanta is only 20 miles away, and public transportation is readily available. Marta has two bus lines that are available with daily routes into the city. Public transit is a great time-saving option when it comes to the gridlock of a daily commute into the city. Those that know the area know that traffic never stops in Atlanta.

Roswell may be up-and-coming for young professionals, but it's also full of culture and history. There are lots of Civil War monuments, majestic old churches and stately homes to explore. And you can have a great downtown experience without ever leaving the city limits: there are senior and youth programs, plenty of local events, plus locally-owned shops and restaurants. So if you don’t feel like battling other cars to make it to Atlanta, there is always plenty going on in Roswell to keep you occupied.

Roswell has a very low crime rate and lots of options for outdoor activities, making it a very family friendly city. Plus, it has some of the best public schools in the state. Yup, I said public, not private. I think we've found a winner.

It's also centrally located to everything you could want. Because the residents and civic leaders take such great pride in their city, the public areas are very well-maintained. Green spaces and parks are located throughout the city, making it feel less urban and more secluded from Atlanta.

The cost of living may be a bit higher but, if you can afford it, Roswell is a great place to live. It is full of history and beautiful outdoor spaces, and has a lively downtown scene. So ditch the car, cut the gas bill, and escape to the wonderful life that awaits in Roswell. Happy hunting!