Choose the Right Tuscaloosa Apartment

 

Finding the right apartment for you is basically a matter of trade-offs among the priorities that you feel are important.  Nicer amenities cost more.  Subtract amenities to emphasize value.  So keep in mind exactly what your priorities are and what you are willing to give up to fit your budget. Population density and high per capita income have a significant influence upon rental availability and rates.

In terms of location in Tuscaloosa/Northport, rental prices fluctuate drastically. Typically rental houses and apartments are more expensive in Tuscaloosa north of the Black Warrior River in correlation with the higher population density and a higher-income population. This is a predominately family-occupied area. Rental houses and apartments range in price on and near the University of Alabama campus but typically correlate with convenience in terms of distance to campus. Generally the higher priced options are right on campus where students can walk to class easily, while rent is comparably less the further from campus you get. Rental prices in Northport typically are higher for houses that are located close to downtown Northport and lower the further away from the city you get. For all other areas of Tuscaloosa, the higher priced rental options are found closer to attractive amenities and resources, and the lower priced options are typically not convenient to many amenities.

Rent prices also fluctuate based on the quality of the apartments/houses and their featured amenities. Lower rents generally mean older homes or apartments without many property amenities. If you must have luxury features, then you will want to check into the relatively new, spacious, larger apartment complexes that feature resort type living: large swimming pools, spas, fitness centers, convenient bus routes, etc. Several apartment complexes offer renting by the room options that may be convenient but tend to cost more than by the apartment rental options. If resort living isn't essential to you, there are several independently owned units that are typically in smaller, one or two building complexes; converted older houses, duplexes, and walk-up lofts.

Apartments in Area:

Tuscaloosa Apartment - Hub on Campus Tuscaloosa

2 to 5 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $799 to $999


Tuscaloosa Apartment - The Bluff At Waterworks Landing

1 to 4 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $648 to $1086


Tuscaloosa Apartment - Courtyard on Convent

2 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $750


Tuscaloosa Apartment - Harbor on Sixth

2 to 3 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $609 to $799


Tuscaloosa Apartment - The Tower Luxury Apartments

Stu to 3 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $940 to $2515


Tuscaloosa Apartment - Bent Tree

1 to 2 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $674 to $774


Tuscaloosa Apartment - University Downs Condos

1 to 2 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $655 to $999


Tuscaloosa Apartment - Boardwalk at Brittain Landing

4 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $393


Tuscaloosa Apartment - H.A. Edwards, Inc.

1 to 2 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $575 to $1600


Tuscaloosa Apartment - Elements on 30th Ave East

3 to 4 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $1800 to $2400


Tuscaloosa Apartment - The Links at Tuscaloosa

1 to 2 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $590 to $825


Tuscaloosa Apartment - East Edge Apartments

Stu to 4 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $785 to $1015


Tuscaloosa Apartment - Crimson Student Living

1 to 4 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $669 to $979


Tuscaloosa Apartment - The Greens at Tuscaloosa

1 to 2 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $590 to $825


Tuscaloosa Apartment - Parker 301

2 to 4 BDRM apartment in Tuscaloosa, AL from $450 to $730



Tuscaloosa Apartments Guide

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