Because of its small size, there aren't many apartments to rent in Greeneville. Most available spots are studio apartments and one- or two-bedroom apartments. On the plus side, it's easier to find apartments with free utilities here than compared to the rest of the country (cha-ching!), with several apartment complexes that offer all utilities paid.
Moving in after your apartment search is also pretty easy. A simple credit report, proof of income, and a referral are pretty much all you need.
Right now, some areas in Greeneville are a renter's market. High vacancy rates mean you get to pick and choose where you want to live based on your personal preferences, as well as how much rent your bank account can handle each month.
Bradburn Hill: With a 15% vacancy rate and a low average monthly rent, this neighborhood is within anyone's budget. $
Roaring Springs: This is one of the more popular places to live in Greeneville, and it's easy to see why. Rent is low, but finding an available apartment isn't always easy. $$
Sunnyside: Made up of small and medium-sized family homes, you can easily raise a family here. $$$
Town Center: Here's where you'll find most of the apartments for rent in Greeneville. It also has the most stores and entertainment, so you won't be bored. $$$$
E. Andrew Johnson Hwy.: Made up of homes, townhouses, and a few complexes, renting a place here won't be the easiest since most places aren't for rent. Pat yourself on the back if you do find an open apartment, because it's well worth the extra time you spent searching. $$$$$
Greeneville is on the main route to several towns and cities in eastern Tennessee, allowing residents to easily visit other places when they want a change of pace or a fun night out on the town. When they do stay in town, they can partake in any number of outdoor activities at the foot of the Appalachians, as well as tons of fun annual county fairs and friendly parties to enjoy.