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Apartments for Rent in Atlanta, GA

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  1. 2041 Ocean Dr NW

    2041 Ocean Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

    3 Beds $3,200

  2. 802 Dill Ave SW

    802 Dill Ave SW, Atlanta, GA 30310

    2 Beds $2,999

  3. 843 Rosie Way

    843 Rosie Way, Atlanta, GA 30331

    3 Beds $1,600

Find Apartments for Rent in Atlanta, Georgia

We found 18106 Apartments for rent in Atlanta, GA. provides you with the most comprehensive list of rentals so you can find your perfect home. Preview floor plans, view amenities, and compare rentals to find your perfect place. Whether you are looking for an apartment, townhome, condo, or single-family house to rent, delivers the most results. Have a pet? Need a swimming pool? You can filter your search and get tailored results designed just for you. If you are new to Atlanta, GA, be sure to read all about living in Atlanta to learn more about the local culture, nearby restaurants, and more. With as your go-to rental resource, you’ll be living in your dream home in no time.

Living in Atlanta, GA

Atlanta is the ninth largest metropolitan area in the United States and has a lively energy throughout its cities, suburbs, and neighborhoods. Infused with both Southern hospitality and urban city hustle, the Atlanta Metro is truly diverse and accommodating to all walks of life. Considered the most progressive metro in the South, Atlanta is a center for thriving culture and economy. Thinking of moving to Atlanta? You're not the only one. The population is rapidly growing thanks to its attractive living amenities it offers.

Moving to the Area

If you're considering moving to Atlanta, you'll be happy to hear the city allows for a higher quality of life thanks to its overall lower cost of living. The essential living expenses of housing, clothing, food and gasoline come at a lesser cost when compared to the United States average. Atlanta's residential property value is extremely affordable because of inexpensive labor, materials, and business costs. It's a heavy commuter metropolitan, where driving is often the only option that makes sense, so anyone moving to Atlanta should factor in significant gas expenses. Outside of everyday life necessities, residents also need to budget for the endless amount of things to do, offered throughout Atlanta Metro.


Atlanta is the Southeastern U.S.'s major hub for business and transportation, hosting one of the nation's busiest airports. Its home to large corporate headquarters including Coca-Cola, Home Depot, UPS and CNN. Those living in and around Atlanta Metro describe where they reside based on if they are inside or outside the "Perimeter," which refers to the Interstate-285 that forms a ring around the city of Atlanta. If you're moving to Atlanta from a city where most people rely on walking and public transit, you should note that although some neighborhoods in Atlanta are walkable, most of the Greater Atlanta population need a car to get around. With an abundance of things to do in a lively, bigger city environment, Atlanta strongly appeals to both families and career-focused residents.


With the Civil War and Civil Rights Movement a part of its fabric, it has historically been and continues to be a place of social change. Atlanta is undergoing a cultural transformation that merges traditions of the old South with modern world ways. The area has a diversified collection of socioeconomic backgrounds including many northerners lured in by the prospering economy, pleasant climate, activities and diversity.


The most prominent industries in the Atlanta metropolitan area include financial services, technology, production and transportation, media, life sciences and telecommunications. Forbes has named it the #5 Best Place for Business and Careers 2015. Atlanta is strongly linked to the global market, due in large part to being home of the high-traffic, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. This international port of entry allows Atlanta to be an ideal location for corporate headquarters—in fact, seven Fortune 100 companies have set up shop in the metropolitan area. Over the next 10 years, job growth is predicted to reach 35%, which is great news for anyone considering a move to Atlanta for career advancement.

Sports & Colleges

Atlanta is home to top universities in the Southeast United States including Georgia Tech, Georgia State, and Emory. It's known as a huge college football town, housing the oldest on-campus NCAA Division I football stadium, Bobby Dodd Stadium, at Georgia Tech Atlanta and the College Football Hall of Fame, as well as being host to the annual Chick-fil-A Bowl NCAA football championships. Four professional sports franchises also play for Atlanta - the MLB Atlanta Braves, NBA Atlanta Hawks, NFL Atlanta Falcons and WNBA Atlanta Dream. All year round, proud Atlanta sports fans fill the exciting sports venues of SunTrust Field, Philips Arena and Atlanta Motor Speedway.


Atlanta's attractions and amount of entertainment options are nothing short of impressive. Must-sees are the World of Coca-Cola museum, Centennial Olympic Park, The Georgia Aquarium and National Center for Civil & Human Rights and CNN headquarters, all located in the downtown area. Residents also enjoy going to the High Museum of Art, Piedmont Park, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Six Flags and Fox Theatre for leisure activities and entertainment. Most unique to Atlanta is how it is innately steeped in America's rich history, a place where Martin Luther King, Jr. grew up and the grounds for various Civil War sites.

Frequently Asked Questions

Average Rent Rates

What's the average rent in Atlanta, GA?

Rent averages in Atlanta, GA vary based on size.

  • The average rent of a 1 bedroom rental in Atlanta, GA is $1,613
  • The average rent of a 2 bedroom rental in Atlanta, GA is $1,873
  • The average rent of a 3 bedroom rental in Atlanta, GA is $2,149
  • The average rent of a 4 bedroom rental in Atlanta, GA is $2,132