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Best Apartments in Tallahassee

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Home is more of a feeling than a place – a feeling of safety, a sense of self, a space to call your own. Finding your best apartment in Tallahassee, a ‘home' uniquely suited to your lifestyle, preferences and style can be quite challenging. But it doesn't have to be! With RentTally's user-friendly search tools, you can easily find one of the best apartments in Tallahassee  that'll best match your needs based on things like location, amenities and budget.

Lifestyle and Living Preferences

The easiest way to find your best Tallahassee apartment is to first evaluate your lifestyle and living preferences. Are you a student looking to share your space with a few roommates? An apartment with roommate matching and individual leases may be right up your alley. Meanwhile, if you're looking for stylish upgrades like stainless steel appliances, modern lighting and fixtures, and wood-style flooring, you may want to search for luxury apartments. Whether you prefer a quiet, relaxed atmosphere or a more upbeat, social environment with exciting resident activities, you're sure to find an apartment in Tallahassee that'll best match your needs.

Location of Tallahassee's Best Apartments

Your best apartment is certainly out there, but where? Tallahassee is made up of several distinct neighborhoods each with their own unique charm. If you're a young professional or growing family looking for a quiet, residential area, Northeast or Southeast Tallahassee may be just what you're looking for. Alternatively, if you're a student attending FSU, FAMU or TCC, you may find Southwest Tallahassee, otherwise known as the Seminoles' backyard, to be most convenient. Many FAMU off campus housing communities in this area are just minutes from campus and a variety of shops and wallet-friendly restaurants. Surround yourself with history and culture with a Downtown Tallahassee apartment. This area is well-known for its landmarks, museums and beautiful Florida scenery. However, if you prefer to avoid the hustle of the downtown area but wish to stay within close distance of the business district, Midtown Tallahassee is the perfect spot.  If you're looking for a more moderately priced apartment in an up-and-coming neighborhood, Northwest Tallahassee apartment's are a steal with beautiful landscapes for hiking, bird watching and fishing.

Tallahassee's Best Apartments on a Budget

In Tallahassee you can live a life of luxury without breaking the bank. There are many factors that go into determining the cost of an apartment, including layout and size, amenities and lease type. To save on rent, consider living in a multi-bedroom apartment with a couple of roommates. Sharing your space with others is a great way to meet new people and cut down on costs. When thinking of ways to save money, finding an apartment with top-notch amenities may not seem like an important step. However, amenities can be a great way to eliminate extra expenditures. With an on-site laundry facility or an in-unit washer and dryer you won't have to commute to and from the laundromat, lug around that heavy bag of coins or find ways to waste time while waiting for your clothes to dry.

Staying healthy has never been easier than with an on-site fitness center. You can avoid hefty gym membership fees and sweat it out without even leaving home. Talk about a win-win! With an all-inclusive apartment your rent, water, electric, trash and cable will be bundled into one convenient monthly bill. Not only does this make paying your bills a breeze, but it can also save you dollars in the long run with a consistent, pre-fixed bill. No matter how low you crank the air conditioning, your electric bill will remain the same.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best neighborhoods in Tallahassee?

Discovering the neighborhood that meets your needs depends on a few things. Of course, "best" is in the eye of the beholder and you should approach your preferences with an open mind and criteria on a few key features that fit your lifestyle. During your apartment search, we recommend considering neighborhoods that factor in commute times to work and school, proximity to family and friends, as well as proximity to things you like to do for entertainment. Do you prefer a quiet neighborhood? Would you like to be close to FSU or FAMU campus? Do you have a family? There are no shortage of apartments in Tallahassee to meet your lifestyle and budget. Review our Tallahassee neighborhood guidewhere we give you the run down on attractions, dining, traffic, schools, and local businesses, to help you decide on a neighborhood to call home. 

Where are the best non-student apartments in Tallahassee?

Generally, student focused housing will be located closer to campuses like FSU, TCC, and FAMU. Your best bet is to use our pre-filtered search for non-student apartments in Tallahassee to get you started. This page will list conventional properties that are geared towards those that have already graduated.

Where are the best apartments for professionals in Tallahassee?

There are great apartments all over Tallahassee that meet the needs of professionals. Regardless of your space requirements, there are a variety of options and price points perfect for professionals. On RentTally, you can easily skim a list of pre-filtered apartments focusing on various locations where you may be beginning, or continuing, your professional pursuits such as FSU, Florida State Capitol Building, and Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare.

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