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55 apartments for rent near George Mason, VA

Results within 1 miles of George Mason, VA
Modera Fairfax Ridge
3887 Fairfax Ridge Rd
Studio
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1 Bed
$1,720
2 Bed
$1,790
The Reserve at Fairfax Corner
11727 Fairfax Woods Way
1 Bed
$1,400
2 Bed
$1,715
3 Bed
$2,260
Ellipse at Fairfax Corner
11842 Federalist Way
1 Bed
$1,433
2 Bed
$1,651
Camden Fairfax Corner
4245 Summit Corner Dr
Studio
$1,548
1 Bed
$1,557
2 Bed
$2,051
Fairfax Square
9860 Fairfax Sq
1 Bed
$1,488
2 Bed
$1,635
3 Bed
$1,971
Gainsborough Court
3700 Jermantown Rd
1 Bed
$1,410
2 Bed
$1,455
3 Bed
$1,893
Fairchase
4411 Dixie Hill Rd
1 Bed
$1,465
2 Bed
$1,655
3 Bed
$2,210
eaves Fairfax City
10608 Kitty Pozer Dr
1 Bed
$1,605
2 Bed
$1,915
3 Bed
$2,645
4047 FAIRFAX CENTER HUNT TRAIL
Fairfax
3 Bed
$2,400
10724 WEST DRIVE
Fairfax
2 Bed
$1,610
10505 CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH COURT
Fairfax
3 Bed
$2,800
11975 GLEN ALDEN ROAD
Fairfax
3 Bed
$2,000
10348 COMMONWEALTH BOULEVARD
Fairfax
4 Bed
$2,499
11569 AVONDALE DRIVE
Fairfax
4 Bed
$2,999
11485 CARRIAGE GATE COURT
Fairfax
3 Bed
$2,400
3851 ARISTOTLE COURT
Fairfax
2 Bed
$1,750
3851 ARISTOTLE COURT
Fairfax
1 Bed
$1,475
4749 SPRUCE AVENUE
Fairfax
3 Bed
$2,300
10093 JOHN MASON PLACE
Fairfax
5 Bed
$4,200
4122 ORCHARD DRIVE
Fairfax
3 Bed
$2,100
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City Guide
George Mason
Moving to George Mason

Finding a place to live in George Mason, Virginia can be difficult, but is worth the effort. Most of the apartments or homes are owned by long-time residents with deep roots in the community. If you are a younger renter, be sure to bring references from prior landlords as you search for apartments or homes. This will not only better your chances of receiving your dream apartment, but it will also increase the trust between you and your future landlord. And who doesn't want to be on their landlord's good side? Especially in the unlikely event your apartment needs maintenance!

Apartment or Home?

One of the most important decisions to consider is the space in which you want to spend the next few years, or possibly the rest of your life. George Mason is a balanced blend of both apartments and homes, meaning it has anything and everything the potential renter or owner could want. It's important to be aware that pricing can change, generally being higher when you look at a home and lower when you look at an apartment. It is not just a choice between a home or an apartment though; because it is a rural community, George Mason sports a variety of homes ranging from mobile homes to old colonial style homes. Beware that these different homes will all come with different price ranges and property taxes. When it comes to finding a home, George Mason is a five-star restaurant; it is all a matter of taste and price range.

Rural or Urban?

When renting in George Mason, it is just as important to decide whether you want to live near the city or the country. If you're what the locals call a city-slicker looking for a home, you might be out of luck; because of the University most of the city is apartment complexes. If you are looking for a quick move you might have to compromise in this regard. But who wants a compromise? You want your dream home! In that case, make sure you take your time to set up plenty of appointments with landlords and set aside enough time to map out your daily routine in order to see what's going to be best for you and your household. You might consider things such as: How close is the grocery store? Will I need to drive a long distance just to see a movie? Am I willing to drive that distance? All of these questions and more are completely dependent upon your personal standard of living. George Mason has a place for you; you just have to take the time to research and find it!

What You Need

Moving is never an easy task, no matter what your destination. If you decide to live in the country, make sure that whatever vehicle you use to move your belongings it will be able to travel dirt and gravel roads (the standard in rural George Mason) without getting stuck. Most vehicles will not have much of a problem, but it might be a good idea to ensure yours is a four-wheel drive, just in case. It is better to be safe than sorry and best to stay clean rather than muddy! Also be sure to find out from your landlord if your new place of residence, weather in the country or the city, is all bills paid, or if you will be responsible for any of the utilities. This can help you better plan and budget for future expenses.

Living in George Mason

Because of its small size, there are no distinctive neighborhoods in George Mason. This is not to say there is no community spirit! All residents will easily catch the Patriot spirit, an identity which binds them whether they live inside or out of the city limits. While the area is very diverse, it is still a family.

The possibilities are endless in George Mason! This city is home to the annual Chocolate Lovers festival, which happens every year in March. Though this festival is popular, there is so much more to enjoy in George Mason, as Virginia's natural landscape sits right at your doorstep. For a quiet night in the back of a pick up looking out at a clear, starry sky, take a short drive to the south end of George Mason. If you would rather spend your Friday evening in a concert hall filled with classical music, go to the music hall at George Mason and you can have it. The wide-open spaces of George Mason also are perfect for any kind of family gathering or benefit you can dream of. With the green hills of Virginia, never again will you have the excuse that you simply don't have enough room for everyone to sit with their plate of fried chicken and mashed potatoes. Grab a plate and a spot of grass; there's enough room for everyone at George Mason!