You will find public transportation in the form of buses.
Part of one of the fastest-growing areas of the country, Garner isn’t lacking for housing options. There's everything from luxury apartments to house rentals. Many of the apartment complexes are corporate owned. However, you can expect detailed credit and reference checks at large apartment complexes. One other plus of moving to a fast-growing area is the fact that a number of the rental apartments are new or only a few years old.
Looking at Garner on a map, the borders look like some kid scribbled them in a strange pattern with a crayon. Somewhere in all of that are neighborhoods, which mostly consist of housing subdivisions.
Cloverdale: With a median rent, it offers convenient commutes to downtown Raleigh and neighboring Cary.
Rosemoor Place: With huge homes on large tracts of land, you’ll have plenty of privacy here.
Heather Woods: Mostly consisting of single-family homes, this subdivision is not far from Lake Benson.
Forrest Hills: Close to the major road U.S. 70, this neighborhood is home to a few apartment complexes in addition to single-family homes.
Garner residents generally like to keep active, and with access to so many greenway trails, there’s plenty of options for biking, running or walking.