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12 Apartments for rent in Moss Point, MS

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6519 Jasmine St
6519 Jasmine Drive
Moss Point, MS
2 Bedrooms
$550
575 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 10:42 PM
Nicely Fixed, 2 Bed 1 Bath, Ready For A New Family!
1 Unit Available
4700 Mcfarlane St
4700 Mcfarlane Street
Moss Point, MS
3 Bedrooms
$850
1000 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 10:42 PM
Renovated 3 Bed Home In Moss Point, Huge Yard & Ready For A New Family!Come See Today!
1 Unit Available
5701 Grierson St
5701 Grierson Street
Moss Point, MS
3 Bedrooms
$825
1064 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 10:42 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 5701 Grierson St in Moss Point. View photos, descriptions and more!
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52 Units Available
Eden Manor
2917 Eden Street
Pascagoula, MS
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1 Bedroom
$530
620 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$600
1073 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 06:54 PM
Located minutes from Signal International, restaurants and parks. Close to the Gulf of Mexico. Pet-friendly. On-site grill area, pool and picnic space. Updated interiors with contemporary finishes.
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15 Units Available
Hartford Commons
3201 Eden St
Pascagoula, MS
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$530
620 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$600
1073 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 06:47 PM
Luxurious community features online rent payment, off street parking, and laundry facilities. Apartments have dishwasher, electronic thermostat, and high ceilings. Located just minutes from IG Levy Memorial Park.
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5 Units Available
Colonial Manor
1823 Parsley Avenue
Pascagoula, MS
1 Bedroom
$575
627 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$675
852 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 06:22 PM
You will find solace and comfort living at Colonial Manor. Located in Pascagoula, Mississippi, our community is only minutes away from a variety of delicious eateries, shops, exceptional schools, parks, fishing piers and the beach.
1 Unit Available
2410 Eden St
2410 Eden Street
Pascagoula, MS
1 Bedroom
$475
550 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 10:42 PM
1 Bed 1 Bath, Separate Living Room & Kitchen For Only $475 Per Month!Section 8 Welcomed!
1 Unit Available
2735 Ridgeway Dr
2735 Ridgeway Drive
Gautier, MS
3 Bedrooms
$950
1100 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 10:42 PM
Great rental with new appliances, paint, and other upgrades. Close to Shopping, MGCCC, Huntington Ingalls Shipbuilding, Chevron Refinery, VT Halter Marine, Signal Intl., and Northrop Grumman Broker related to owner
1 Unit Available
1805 Courtney Drive
1805 Courtney Drive
Gautier, MS
3 Bedrooms
$800
1056 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 03:24 PM
Great 3 bedroom 1.5 bath home, freshly painted with lots of space. Kitchen and dining are open, tile floors for easy cleanup, large backyard and one car garage. Not available to be seen until September 4. Great 3 bedroom 1.
1 Unit Available
3310 Charlie Ave
3310 Charlie Avenue
Pascagoula, MS
2 Bedrooms
$850
1096 sqft
Last updated May 15 at 06:27 PM
Quaint house on 1/4 acre with beautiful magnolias and oaks in the yard and bonus spaces! Kids can walk to school! This 2 bd 1 ba house with bonus room is available now! BONUS ROOM HAS BEEN USED AS 3RD BEDROOM. Termite contract is transferrable.
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1 Unit Available
1 Golfing Green Dr
1 Golfing Green Dr
Jackson County, MS
2 Bedrooms
$795
919 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 10:42 PM
NEW OWNER MOVE IN SPECIAL 3 BEDROOM $995 a mo. UNITS HAVE BEEN REMODELED with Granite Counter Tops, Stainless Steel Appliances, Neutral Paint Colors, Tile & Carpet.
1 Unit Available
Beach Blvd, 4304
4304 Beach Boulevard
Jackson County, MS
2 Bedrooms
$2,200
1200 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 03:24 PM
Tenant Occupied, Do Not go in the Gate area!! Stunning home on the beach in Ocean Springs with private dock and plenty of views! This well built round home features 2 bedrooms with deck access. Every space is maximized for comfort and space.
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Apartment Rentals in Moss Point start at $550/month.
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While some Moss Point properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Moss Point properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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City Guide

Moss Point
Moss Point: The city whose history is closely linked to the lumber industry, and the one city that could lay claim to the title 'largest exporter of pine lumber in the entire world' by the turn of the 20th century.
Moss Point: The city whose history is closely linked to the lumber industry, and the one city that could lay claim to the title 'largest exporter of pine lumber in the entire world' by the turn of the 20th century.

Moss Point was well on its way to being a booming city by the 1890's, and this is likely what led to its incorporation in 1901. Sadly, the economic beauty of this industrial city didn't last forever, since it was built on tearing down the natural resources that existed within the community. Fortunately, the city has since realized the error of its ways and is focused on once again becoming an economic powerhouse by taking advantage of natural resources in a more sustainable and responsible manner.

Moving to Moss Point

When you're looking for rental properties in Moss Point, it's not going to be as simple as picking out the first place that pops up on Craigslist. The city has definitely fallen on some hard times since its initial success around the time of its incorporation, and Hurricane Katrina didn't do it any favors when it came through. Fortunately, the town is rebounding, and come on, everyone loves a good underdog story. Just look at how popular Forrest Gump got. On top of that, there are a few things you can prepare for that will help you get the best apartment rental possible.

When to Start Looking

Nearly one out of every four residents in Moss Point are renters, but this doesn't mean that all of the good home rentals are already taken. In fact, there are actually plenty of places to go around. Usually in this situation, you could start looking for a place not long before the move, but this isn't the case here. In reality, you're going to want to spend a little time, maybe a month or two, looking at different apartments to pick out the one that best suits you. Don't let this little bit of work scare you off. You're hardcore; we can tell.

When to Make the Move

Fortunately, you won't have to worry about getting caught in much tourist traffic when making your move. The city did try to promote itself as an eco-tourism destination due to its natural resources and beauty, but this didn't really work out. So all you have to worry about is the weather, and honestly, it's something to worry about. At least when you're moving. You don't want to be out in the Southern heat during the summer moving boxes up and down a flight of stairs. Aim for cooler months if you can.

What to Bring Along

Just because there are plenty of rental apts to go around, it doesn't mean that you can just haphazardly go about finding a place. After all, if you want your first pick when choosing a great new home, you need to stand out. Bring along references from previous landlords. Many people forget this part, so keep it a secret from anyone vying for the same home you're going for. Also, bring along proof of income and maybe even a credit check. If you're looking for pet-friendly apartments, make sure you're prepared to pay an additional deposit.

Moving to Moss Point
+

When you're looking for rental properties in Moss Point, it's not going to be as simple as picking out the first place that pops up on Craigslist. The city has definitely fallen on some hard times since its initial success around the time of its incorporation, and Hurricane Katrina didn't do it any favors when it came through. Fortunately, the town is rebounding, and come on, everyone loves a good underdog story. Just look at how popular Forrest Gump got. On top of that, there are a few things you can prepare for that will help you get the best apartment rental possible.

When to Start Looking

Nearly one out of every four residents in Moss Point are renters, but this doesn't mean that all of the good home rentals are already taken. In fact, there are actually plenty of places to go around. Usually in this situation, you could start looking for a place not long before the move, but this isn't the case here. In reality, you're going to want to spend a little time, maybe a month or two, looking at different apartments to pick out the one that best suits you. Don't let this little bit of work scare you off. You're hardcore; we can tell.

When to Make the Move

Fortunately, you won't have to worry about getting caught in much tourist traffic when making your move. The city did try to promote itself as an eco-tourism destination due to its natural resources and beauty, but this didn't really work out. So all you have to worry about is the weather, and honestly, it's something to worry about. At least when you're moving. You don't want to be out in the Southern heat during the summer moving boxes up and down a flight of stairs. Aim for cooler months if you can.

What to Bring Along

Just because there are plenty of rental apts to go around, it doesn't mean that you can just haphazardly go about finding a place. After all, if you want your first pick when choosing a great new home, you need to stand out. Bring along references from previous landlords. Many people forget this part, so keep it a secret from anyone vying for the same home you're going for. Also, bring along proof of income and maybe even a credit check. If you're looking for pet-friendly apartments, make sure you're prepared to pay an additional deposit.

Moss Point Neighborhoods

You might have read that there's not much draw to Moss Point, but you can't believe everything you read on the Internet. Except this. You can believe this. Even those who think there's not much going on in the city will have to change their minds when they see what each individual area has to offer.

Interstate 10: The area around Interstate 10 is the largest part of Moss Point, but it's also the least populated. It's mostly commercial, but there are a few places to live as well. You may just love that Oak Center Shopping Center will be nearby. Oh, and you need to get out of town? Interstate 10 and the Trent Lott International Airport make that easy.

Griffin Street: This is the western area of Moss Point with numerous homes that are well spaced out. The main feature of this area is its various lakes, such as Lake Catch-em-all (not making that up), and Rames Khayat Memorial Park.

Frederick Street: Sure, it might be creepy living so close to Machpelah Cemetery, but you're also right by the Walmart Supercenter. Take the good with the bad, guys! Oh, and the layout of the streets makes it super easy to walk anywhere in the area and even to nearby lakes.

Shortcut Road: Even though you're still close to the Walmart Supercenter near Frederick Street, you're also within walking distance of a Family Dollar when you need to save even more money. You're also right next to Highway 90, so Interstate 10 is a quick shot north.

Moss Point Neighborhoods
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You might have read that there's not much draw to Moss Point, but you can't believe everything you read on the Internet. Except this. You can believe this. Even those who think there's not much going on in the city will have to change their minds when they see what each individual area has to offer.

Interstate 10: The area around Interstate 10 is the largest part of Moss Point, but it's also the least populated. It's mostly commercial, but there are a few places to live as well. You may just love that Oak Center Shopping Center will be nearby. Oh, and you need to get out of town? Interstate 10 and the Trent Lott International Airport make that easy.

Griffin Street: This is the western area of Moss Point with numerous homes that are well spaced out. The main feature of this area is its various lakes, such as Lake Catch-em-all (not making that up), and Rames Khayat Memorial Park.

Frederick Street: Sure, it might be creepy living so close to Machpelah Cemetery, but you're also right by the Walmart Supercenter. Take the good with the bad, guys! Oh, and the layout of the streets makes it super easy to walk anywhere in the area and even to nearby lakes.

Shortcut Road: Even though you're still close to the Walmart Supercenter near Frederick Street, you're also within walking distance of a Family Dollar when you need to save even more money. You're also right next to Highway 90, so Interstate 10 is a quick shot north.

Living in Moss Point

Sure, there's plenty of nifty things about each of Moss Point's neighborhoods, but it's really the experience of living here that keeps most people around. Even though the forest that once owned the area is now largely gone, the remaining natural beauty that comes along with living here simply cannot be denied.

Get Wild

We're not talking about the clubs. Head on over to Gulf Coast Gator Ranch and Tours. Yeah, there are alligators here. No point in acting like a man's man or strong woman here; everyone's a little freaked out.

Real Nature

So alligators behind a fence might not be your thing. Well, there are plenty of natural parks you can go to instead. In fact, go check out the Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge. See how hardcore you are when there are no fences!

Beautiful Ocean

All the lakes in the area didn't just pop up one day. The majority are fed by the Gulf of Mexico. Have you ever seen the water in the Gulf? Seriously, you need to get out there. There's no point in moving here if you're going to stay inside rental houses all day.

Living in Moss Point
+

Sure, there's plenty of nifty things about each of Moss Point's neighborhoods, but it's really the experience of living here that keeps most people around. Even though the forest that once owned the area is now largely gone, the remaining natural beauty that comes along with living here simply cannot be denied.

Get Wild

We're not talking about the clubs. Head on over to Gulf Coast Gator Ranch and Tours. Yeah, there are alligators here. No point in acting like a man's man or strong woman here; everyone's a little freaked out.

Real Nature

So alligators behind a fence might not be your thing. Well, there are plenty of natural parks you can go to instead. In fact, go check out the Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge. See how hardcore you are when there are no fences!

Beautiful Ocean

All the lakes in the area didn't just pop up one day. The majority are fed by the Gulf of Mexico. Have you ever seen the water in the Gulf? Seriously, you need to get out there. There's no point in moving here if you're going to stay inside rental houses all day.

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City Guide

Moss Point
Moss Point: The city whose history is closely linked to the lumber industry, and the one city that could lay claim to the title 'largest exporter of pine lumber in the entire world' by the turn of the 20th century.
Moss Point: The city whose history is closely linked to the lumber industry, and the one city that could lay claim to the title 'largest exporter of pine lumber in the entire world' by the turn of the 20th century.

Moss Point was well on its way to being a booming city by the 1890's, and this is likely what led to its incorporation in 1901. Sadly, the economic beauty of this industrial city didn't last forever, since it was built on tearing down the natural resources that existed within the community. Fortunately, the city has since realized the error of its ways and is focused on once again becoming an economic powerhouse by taking advantage of natural resources in a more sustainable and responsible manner.

Moving to Moss Point

When you're looking for rental properties in Moss Point, it's not going to be as simple as picking out the first place that pops up on Craigslist. The city has definitely fallen on some hard times since its initial success around the time of its incorporation, and Hurricane Katrina didn't do it any favors when it came through. Fortunately, the town is rebounding, and come on, everyone loves a good underdog story. Just look at how popular Forrest Gump got. On top of that, there are a few things you can prepare for that will help you get the best apartment rental possible.

When to Start Looking

Nearly one out of every four residents in Moss Point are renters, but this doesn't mean that all of the good home rentals are already taken. In fact, there are actually plenty of places to go around. Usually in this situation, you could start looking for a place not long before the move, but this isn't the case here. In reality, you're going to want to spend a little time, maybe a month or two, looking at different apartments to pick out the one that best suits you. Don't let this little bit of work scare you off. You're hardcore; we can tell.

When to Make the Move

Fortunately, you won't have to worry about getting caught in much tourist traffic when making your move. The city did try to promote itself as an eco-tourism destination due to its natural resources and beauty, but this didn't really work out. So all you have to worry about is the weather, and honestly, it's something to worry about. At least when you're moving. You don't want to be out in the Southern heat during the summer moving boxes up and down a flight of stairs. Aim for cooler months if you can.

What to Bring Along

Just because there are plenty of rental apts to go around, it doesn't mean that you can just haphazardly go about finding a place. After all, if you want your first pick when choosing a great new home, you need to stand out. Bring along references from previous landlords. Many people forget this part, so keep it a secret from anyone vying for the same home you're going for. Also, bring along proof of income and maybe even a credit check. If you're looking for pet-friendly apartments, make sure you're prepared to pay an additional deposit.

Moving to Moss Point
+

When you're looking for rental properties in Moss Point, it's not going to be as simple as picking out the first place that pops up on Craigslist. The city has definitely fallen on some hard times since its initial success around the time of its incorporation, and Hurricane Katrina didn't do it any favors when it came through. Fortunately, the town is rebounding, and come on, everyone loves a good underdog story. Just look at how popular Forrest Gump got. On top of that, there are a few things you can prepare for that will help you get the best apartment rental possible.

When to Start Looking

Nearly one out of every four residents in Moss Point are renters, but this doesn't mean that all of the good home rentals are already taken. In fact, there are actually plenty of places to go around. Usually in this situation, you could start looking for a place not long before the move, but this isn't the case here. In reality, you're going to want to spend a little time, maybe a month or two, looking at different apartments to pick out the one that best suits you. Don't let this little bit of work scare you off. You're hardcore; we can tell.

When to Make the Move

Fortunately, you won't have to worry about getting caught in much tourist traffic when making your move. The city did try to promote itself as an eco-tourism destination due to its natural resources and beauty, but this didn't really work out. So all you have to worry about is the weather, and honestly, it's something to worry about. At least when you're moving. You don't want to be out in the Southern heat during the summer moving boxes up and down a flight of stairs. Aim for cooler months if you can.

What to Bring Along

Just because there are plenty of rental apts to go around, it doesn't mean that you can just haphazardly go about finding a place. After all, if you want your first pick when choosing a great new home, you need to stand out. Bring along references from previous landlords. Many people forget this part, so keep it a secret from anyone vying for the same home you're going for. Also, bring along proof of income and maybe even a credit check. If you're looking for pet-friendly apartments, make sure you're prepared to pay an additional deposit.

Moss Point Neighborhoods

You might have read that there's not much draw to Moss Point, but you can't believe everything you read on the Internet. Except this. You can believe this. Even those who think there's not much going on in the city will have to change their minds when they see what each individual area has to offer.

Interstate 10: The area around Interstate 10 is the largest part of Moss Point, but it's also the least populated. It's mostly commercial, but there are a few places to live as well. You may just love that Oak Center Shopping Center will be nearby. Oh, and you need to get out of town? Interstate 10 and the Trent Lott International Airport make that easy.

Griffin Street: This is the western area of Moss Point with numerous homes that are well spaced out. The main feature of this area is its various lakes, such as Lake Catch-em-all (not making that up), and Rames Khayat Memorial Park.

Frederick Street: Sure, it might be creepy living so close to Machpelah Cemetery, but you're also right by the Walmart Supercenter. Take the good with the bad, guys! Oh, and the layout of the streets makes it super easy to walk anywhere in the area and even to nearby lakes.

Shortcut Road: Even though you're still close to the Walmart Supercenter near Frederick Street, you're also within walking distance of a Family Dollar when you need to save even more money. You're also right next to Highway 90, so Interstate 10 is a quick shot north.

Moss Point Neighborhoods
+

You might have read that there's not much draw to Moss Point, but you can't believe everything you read on the Internet. Except this. You can believe this. Even those who think there's not much going on in the city will have to change their minds when they see what each individual area has to offer.

Interstate 10: The area around Interstate 10 is the largest part of Moss Point, but it's also the least populated. It's mostly commercial, but there are a few places to live as well. You may just love that Oak Center Shopping Center will be nearby. Oh, and you need to get out of town? Interstate 10 and the Trent Lott International Airport make that easy.

Griffin Street: This is the western area of Moss Point with numerous homes that are well spaced out. The main feature of this area is its various lakes, such as Lake Catch-em-all (not making that up), and Rames Khayat Memorial Park.

Frederick Street: Sure, it might be creepy living so close to Machpelah Cemetery, but you're also right by the Walmart Supercenter. Take the good with the bad, guys! Oh, and the layout of the streets makes it super easy to walk anywhere in the area and even to nearby lakes.

Shortcut Road: Even though you're still close to the Walmart Supercenter near Frederick Street, you're also within walking distance of a Family Dollar when you need to save even more money. You're also right next to Highway 90, so Interstate 10 is a quick shot north.

Living in Moss Point

Sure, there's plenty of nifty things about each of Moss Point's neighborhoods, but it's really the experience of living here that keeps most people around. Even though the forest that once owned the area is now largely gone, the remaining natural beauty that comes along with living here simply cannot be denied.

Get Wild

We're not talking about the clubs. Head on over to Gulf Coast Gator Ranch and Tours. Yeah, there are alligators here. No point in acting like a man's man or strong woman here; everyone's a little freaked out.

Real Nature

So alligators behind a fence might not be your thing. Well, there are plenty of natural parks you can go to instead. In fact, go check out the Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge. See how hardcore you are when there are no fences!

Beautiful Ocean

All the lakes in the area didn't just pop up one day. The majority are fed by the Gulf of Mexico. Have you ever seen the water in the Gulf? Seriously, you need to get out there. There's no point in moving here if you're going to stay inside rental houses all day.

Living in Moss Point
+

Sure, there's plenty of nifty things about each of Moss Point's neighborhoods, but it's really the experience of living here that keeps most people around. Even though the forest that once owned the area is now largely gone, the remaining natural beauty that comes along with living here simply cannot be denied.

Get Wild

We're not talking about the clubs. Head on over to Gulf Coast Gator Ranch and Tours. Yeah, there are alligators here. No point in acting like a man's man or strong woman here; everyone's a little freaked out.

Real Nature

So alligators behind a fence might not be your thing. Well, there are plenty of natural parks you can go to instead. In fact, go check out the Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge. See how hardcore you are when there are no fences!

Beautiful Ocean

All the lakes in the area didn't just pop up one day. The majority are fed by the Gulf of Mexico. Have you ever seen the water in the Gulf? Seriously, you need to get out there. There's no point in moving here if you're going to stay inside rental houses all day.