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Apartments for Rent in Gainesville, GA - 124 Rentals available

  • Apartment
    100 Foot Hills Pkwy., Gainesville, GA 30501
    $950 - $1,449
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (833) 439-2418
  • Apartment
    150 Carrington Park Drive, Gainesville, GA 30504
    $900 - $1,440
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (678) 450-7300
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    2351 Spring Haven Drive SW, Gainsville, GA 30504
    $694 - $793
    • 2-4 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    Oakland Management Corporation
    Available Today! Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (833) 701-5019
  • Apartment
    2363 North Cliff Colony Drive, Gainesville, GA 30501
    $780 - $2,400
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2.5 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (770) 532-8692
  • Apartment
    700 Washington Street West, Gainesville, GA 30501
    $922 - $1,251
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (844) 382-0056
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    4334 Woodglenn Drive, Gainesville, GA 30507
    $1,485
    • 4 Beds
    • 2.5 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (844) 395-3959
  • Apartment
    150 Orchard Brook Drive, Gainesville, GA 30504
    $775 - $1,097
    • 2-3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (866) 752-6423
  • Apartment
    1701 Dawsonville Hwy, Gainesville, GA 30501
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    $913 - $2,533
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Available Today! Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (833) 461-8716
  • Apartment
    100 Paces Court, Gainsville, GA 30504
    $690 - $831
    • 1-4 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Oakland Management Corporation
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (833) 842-0268
  • Home
    4172 Evian Way, Gainesville, GA 30507
    $1,395
    • 3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (844) 395-3959
  • Home
    3104 Navajo Circle, Gainesville, GA 30501
    • 2 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (770) 718-5262
  • Home
    2770 Quillians Dr, Gainesville, GA 30506
    $1,375
    • 3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (844) 395-3959
  • Home
    4046 Crabapple Dr, Gainesville, GA 30507
    $1,675
    • 4 Beds
    • 3 Baths
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (844) 395-3959
  • Home
    1481 NW West Lake Dr, Gainesville, GA 30501
    $1,425
    • 3 Beds
    • 3.5 Baths
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (844) 395-3959
  • Home
    2905 Navajo Circle, Gainesville, GA 30501
    $1,555
    • 4 Beds
    • 3 Baths
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (844) 395-3959
  • Home
    5420 Stone Trce, Gainesville, GA 30504
    $1,625
    • 4 Beds
    • 2.5 Baths
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (844) 395-3959
  • Home
    226 Virginia Circle, Gainesville, GA 30501
    • 2 Beds
    • 1.5 Baths
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (770) 718-5262
  • Home
    2874 Florence Drive, Gainesville, GA 30504
    • 2 Beds
    • 1.5 Baths
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (770) 718-5262
  • Apartment
    1100 Green Hunter Lane, Gainesville, GA 30501
    $651 - $1,100
    • 1-2 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Walton Communities
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (678) 897-4423
  • Apartment
    1100 Green Hunter Lane, Gainesville, GA 30501
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Walton Communities
    Last updated 20 Oct 2019
    (678) 865-4458
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Renter’s Guide to Gainesville, GA

Gainesville is a small city in Georgia, located near the beautiful Lake Lanier and the bottom of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Outdoor recreation is an activity of choice for those living in Gainesville or just visiting the area as there are beautiful parks in the city as well as the Atlantic Botanical Garden which is a must-see. The AARP (American Association for Retired People) ranked Gainesville as one of the top five places to retire affordably in USA Today. Commonly known as the Poultry Capital, Gainesville attracts families of all ages.

Less than one fourth the size of Atlanta, Gainesville is a smaller city with a bustling downtown scene. It's larger than Dalton and just a little smaller than Roswell. Gainesville is about a little over an hour from Atlanta and Stone Mountain and a little less than an hour from Lawrenceville. The city is about three hours and 40 minutes from Charlotte, NC, but it's only half an hour away from Dawsonville.

As a typical southern city, Gainesville is known for hot, humid summers. Fall is cooler, as the temperatures slowly decrease, announcing the short burst of winter. The winters get very cold, but they are relatively short and followed by wet, stormy springs. Average temperatures vary from 32 F lows in January to 87 F highs in July, and Gainesville residents see, on average, 53 inches of rainfall per year.

Gainesville, GA Demographics

  • Total Population37,291
  • Female 17,652
    Male 19,639
  • Median Age31

Cost of Living in Gainesville, GA

Since 1983, those living in Gainesville have gotten around using the Hall Area Transit Bus. This bus service is affordable and serves all of Hall County. A daily pass with unlimited rides is $2.00, and seniors and disabled individuals can get tickets for $0.50 with the Reduced Fare Card ID. The average commute time is 22 minutes, a few minutes less than the national average of 26 minutes.

The city is known for being affordable, which is why it attracts growing families and retirees. A three-course meal for two at a mid-range restaurant costs around $50.00. A regular cappuccino on average costs around $3.94. Basic monthly utilities on average cost around $152.67 for electricity, heating, cooling, water, and garbage for a 915 square foot apartment.

Living in Gainesville, GA

There are both pros and cons to living in Gainesville. There are a lot of outdoor recreational activities to do, such as nearby hiking and horseback riding trails. With short winters, there’s more time to enjoy the outdoor life. Despite being a smaller city, the local economy is strong. Some cons to living in Gainesville are the lack of entertainment and arts and culture scene compared to a larger city like Atlanta.

Things to do in Gainesville, GA

Formerly known as the Queen City of the Mountains, Gainesville is full of the small-town charm, while offering plenty of things to do, many parks and bike trails. Gainesville's Lake Sidney Lanier hosted the 1996 Olympic rowing and kayaking events. The Road Atlanta hosts the Petit LeMans road racing course each year.

Lake Lanier is a significant focal point of the Gainesville life. The lake offers swimming, islands to explore, and it attracts boaters and water sports enthusiasts. It's a top free thing to do, especially for families with kids. Another great thing to do for families is visiting the Atlanta Botanical Garden. The garden has an amphitheater and hosts cultural community events. Families with younger kids can enjoy the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids (INK) and a children's museum, with lots of hands-on activities. Other recreational spots are the many parks spread throughout the city, like the River Forks Park and War Hill Park.

There are two fun annual events in Gainesville, the Spring Chicken Festival and the Mule Camp Market Festival. The Spring Chicken Festival is a celebration of all things chicken, with cook-offs, live music, and shopping. Craft vendors from all over the US come to Gainesville for the Mule Camp Market Festival, a three-day event in October.

There are many affordable and delicious restaurants in Gainesville. Since it is near the water, there are lots of fresh seafood restaurants with reasonable prices. Some favorite restaurants in the area are Atlanta Highway Seafood Market, the Alpha Gyro Grill, Poor Richard's Restaurant, and Mellow Mushroom. Many of the restaurants are located downtown, in the heart of the city. The downtown area also has various boutiques stores and it hosts most of the city's nightlife and entertainment venues.

Employment and Economy in Gainesville, GA

The main industries in Gainesville are agriculture, manufacturing, retail, and healthcare. The city has lower rates of unemployment compared to the rest of the United States. Neighboring counties like Forsyth, north Fulton, and Gwinnett offer employment opportunities for those living in Gainesville and willing to commute. Some of the top companies to work for in Gainesville are the Northeast Georgia Health System, Mar-Jar Poultry, and Cantrell.

Gainesville, GA Households

  • Total Number of Households12,582
  • Family 8,046
    Non-family 4,536
  • Children 4,743
    No Children 7,839
  • Average People Per Household2.86
  • Median Household Income$41,250
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$888

Education in Gainesville, GA

There are two options for elementary, middle, and high school education, the Gainesville City School District and Hall County Schools. Some top schools in this city are the Gainesville Exploration Academy, Centennial Arts Academy, Lakeview Academy, and East Hall Middle School. There are four colleges in Gainesville: Brenau University, Lanier Technical College, American Professional Institute, and the Interactive College of Technology.

Gainesville, GA Education Statistics

  • No High School14%
  • Some High School39%
  • Some College20%
  • Associate Degree6%
  • Bachelor Degree14%
  • Graduate Degree7%

Tips for Renting in Gainesville, GA

The state of Georgia has additional renter's rights supported through the Georgia Fair Housing Act, which prohibits discrimination in housing based on race, sex, family status, and more. Landlords cannot turn down renters based on such criteria.

Also, it's very important that you carefully read the lease agreement before signing and check out the renter's rights in the area. If anything seems unclear, don't hesitate to address it with your landlord.

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