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Pet-Friendly Apartments for Rent in Birmingham, AL - 450 Rentals available


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Are you looking to move into a new apartment with your furry, best friend? Are you afraid of not finding a place that allows pets? You can now look for pet-friendly apartments near you, anywhere in the U.S., check if they accept dogs or cats, and find out what is the pet deposit and pet rent. Select your favorite apartments that fit your needs and well as your pet's needs, using fiters for size, amenities and so much more.

Search in your neighborhood, ZIP code, and beyond to find the ideal apartment near you or wherever you and your pets plan on moving to. Whether it's next to a dog park, a pet store, a veterinary, or a pet friendly mall or coffee shop, you can find exactly what you are looking for right on RENTCafé - let's find it now!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price of a pet-friendly apartment in Birmingham, AL?

The price range of a pet-friendly apartment is between $540 and $5,768. Search pet-friendly apartments in Birmingham, AL.

How many pet-friendly rentals are available in Birmingham, AL on RENTCafé?

There are 380 pet-friendly rentals available on RENTCafé. Prices and availability in Birmingham, AL were last updated on 23 Jun 2021.

What is the average size of a pet-friendly apartment in Birmingham, AL?

The average Birmingham, AL pet-friendly apartment size is 1,053 sq. ft.

What are the advantages of renting a pet-friendly apartment in Birmingham, AL?

Pet-friendly apartments are usually larger and located in a community that offers pet-focused amenities.

What are the downsides of renting a pet-friendly apartment in Birmingham, AL?

Renting a pet-friendly apartment comes with a higher rent and a pet deposit. You might be interested in studio apartments, 1 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments or 3 bedroom apartments, or browse all RENTCafé apartments for rent in Birmingham, AL.

Renter's Guide to Birmingham

If you're looking for a change of scenery, we know just the place.

It's Birmingham, Alabama, one of the gems of the American Southeast. Foodies will find themselves in paradise, since Birmingham is considered to be one of the best cities in the country in terms of restaurants.

But football fans will love it too. Birmingham is home to college football's Southeastern Conference headquarters, which is no coincidence given how much people love the sport here.

Of course, there's plenty more to the city than food and football. Let's take a look.

At 148 square miles wide, Birmingham is just slightly bigger than Mobile, AL and Atlanta, GA but just barely smaller than Montgomery, AL.

Speaking of Montgomery, the city is only 92 miles away from Birmingham. Birmingham is also 208 miles from Mobile and 191 miles from Nashville, Tennessee.

The climate in Birmingham is humid subtropical, with hot summers, mild winters, and plenty of rain. A tale of two extremes, Birmingham has, on average, 47 days below freezing and 55 days above 90ºF each year.

Severe thunderstorms are common during the spring and fall seasons. Birmingham is also part of “Tornado Alley” – the city's been hit by two category 5 tornadoes within the past 50 years. Hurricanes are a risk here too.

Birmingham, AL Demographics

  • Total Population212,297
  • Female 100,167
    Male 112,130
  • Median Age35.9

Cost of Living in Birmingham, AL

Good news! If you're looking for a budget friendly city, Birmingham fits the bill. Forbes rated it one of the most affordable metro areas in the country, particularly for renters.

Dinner for you and a friend at one of the local, mid-range restaurants costs around $50, while a cappuccino at a cozy little cafe will set you back roughly $4.15.

The local bus system, provided by the Birmingham-Jefferson Country Transit Authority, gives rides for $1.75 – or just $0.80 for students.

Utility bills for the average Birmingham resident are $186, including electricity, water, heating, and garbage.

Average Rent in Birmingham, AL

  • Birmingham, AL Average Rental Price, May 2021 $1,107 /mo

Birmingham, AL Apartment Rent Ranges

  • < $5001%
  • $501-$7008%
  • $701-$1,00034%
  • $1,001-$1,50046%
  • $1,501-$2,0009%
  • > $2,0002%

Birmingham, AL Rent Trends

Average Rent Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Mar / 2020 Jul / 2020 Nov / 2020 Mar / 2021 May / 2021
Birmingham, AL $924 $953 $968 $961 $993 $1,033 $1,018 $1,042 $1,091 $1,087 $1,107
National $1,314 $1,345 $1,354 $1,358 $1,390 $1,397 $1,400 $1,392 $1,396 $1,407 $1,428
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Living in Birmingham

What's it like living in Birmingham? Fun, that's what!

The city features one of the best restaurant scenes in the country, with dozens of great options to choose from. Birmingham's also got a good music and arts scene. Oh, and football. People here love football, whether it's the Alabama Crimson Tide or the Auburn Tigers.

And if you ever get tired of Birmingham and need to escape for a few days, its central location make it less than a day's drive from a number of the biggest and best cities in the Southeast.

Birmingham is also a city of growth. Its majority African American population shows how far the city has come since the days of the Civil Rights movement.

Despite all its pluses, it’s worth noting that Birmingham is susceptible to severe weather, like tornadoes and hurricanes. And the city also suffers from fairly high poverty and crime rates.

Things to do in Birmingham

If you're considering Birmingham as a potential place to live, you're probably wondering what there is to do there.

Well, we already mentioned sports. The Alabama Crimson Tide, one of the most successful teams in college football history, plays just an hour away, while the Auburn Tigers are just a bit further in the other direction. People in Alabama love football and talk about this huge rivalry year round.

The SEC headquarters are actually located here in the city.

Birmingham has its own sports too. The University of Alabama at Birmingham – better known as UAB – has top basketball and football programs.

The Birmingham Barons minor league baseball team is also a major draw. They play at nearby Region Field.

If watching sports isn't your thing – or you just want a change of pace – there are plenty of other outdoor options. There's Vulcan Park and Museum, along with its iconic Vulcan statue. Ruffner Mountain Park and Oak Mountain State Park make for great hiking, and you can go zip lining at Red Mountain Park, or just take a stroll at the Railroad Park.

The whole family will enjoy Birmingham Botanical Gardens and the Birmingham Zoo. Or you can check out some throwback movies at the Alabama Theatre.

Of course, everyone gets a kick out of the city's Colored Tunnels too. They're pedestrian walkways that are lined with lights in a rainbow of colors.

For the more culturally inclined, there's the Birmingham Museum of Art or the McWane Science Center. Or they can enjoy some tunes at one of the local music venues, like Iron City. There's also the Sidewalk Film Festival, a popular annual event.

And you can learn more about the city and its history at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.

When you're all done, have a nice dinner at one of the city's top rated restaurants.

Working in Birmingham

Birmingham has a long history as a leader in the iron and steel industry. But since then, the city's become known for a lot more.

Birmingham's top industries today include medical services and research, manufacturing and distribution, trade and finance, and telecommunications.

Major companies that operate out of Birmingham include Books-A-Million, AT&T, and Wells Fargo.

Birmingham, AL Households

  • Total Number of Households90,867
  • Family 46,753
    Non-family 44,114
  • Children 21,284
    No Children 69,583
  • Average People Per Household2.24
  • Median Household Income$37,375
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$814

Top Colleges in Birmingham, AL

If you're thinking about going to school in Birmingham, there are some great options.

You can find Samford College here, considered by many to be the best school in Alabama. Samford's alumni include Nobel Peace and Pulitzer Prize winners, Emmy and Grammy award winners, and more than 60 US Congressmen.

Birmingham is also home to the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Birmingham-Southern College.

There's the University of Alabama Medical Center too, which is a world leader in medical research.

Birmingham, AL Education Statistics

  • No High School3%
  • Some High School38%
  • Some College27%
  • Associate Degree8%
  • Bachelor Degree16%
  • Graduate Degree9%

Tips for Renting in Birmingham

Accidents happen. Life doesn't always go the way we plan. That’s why, if you find yourself in the position of being evicted in Birmingham, it's important to know what to do.

First, you'll be served an eviction notice by the local sheriff. Check the notice for a court date. Sometimes they'll go ahead and set a trial beforehand. If there isn't one, you have 7 days to respond at the courthouse.

Of course, if the problem is something like unpaid rent, you can usually fix the problem within the 7 days and avoid the eviction process entirely by paying it.

Renting a pet-friendly apartment in Birmingham, AL

Pets play a greater role in our lives than ever before. Many of us can’t imagine life without the unconditional love of our furry or feathery companions. Whether you have a faithful service dog, or a playful hamster, not all Birmingham, AL rental properties will welcome your dear pet. Don’t let that stand between you and your cheery pet bird. Pet-friendly units that welcome all kids of pets are more common than ever. Now you can easily browse hundreds of verified pet-friendly rental listings, and find the perfect housing for you and your pet roommate. It might be useful to know that the average rent for a Birmingham, AL apartment is $1,450. Looking for something above average? You will find great pet friendly units with extra spacious floor plans for up to $3,553 per month. If you’re looking for something more affordable, set a filter for a maximum price to sort through the 161 pet friendly properties in Birmingham, AL and spot the best deals in town, for as low as $635. Out of the 469 units, you’re sure to find a great apartment you and your pet can call home.

Pet friendly apartments in Birmingham, AL with a twist

We know that not all pets were created equally. You might not give a damn ‘bout your dog’s reputation, but you might notice that many landlords may not be on the same page with you. For instance, not all rental properties have apartments that allow pit bulls. Landlords call it precaution, you call it “breed discrimination”. No worries, though, because there’s a perfect apartment for your pit bull too. If you are wondering how to rent with a pit bull, scroll down to the Pet Policy section in the listing description to find out if the property you’re interested in offers no-breed-restriction apartments. Be perseverant, and you will find dog-friendly apartments in Birmingham, AL that allow large breeds too. The average size for a Birmingham, AL apartment is 1,021 Sq.Ft., so you’re sure to find an apartment big enough to fit you and your sweet-natured giant. You can contact the property manager through rentcafe.com, or call them directly from the RENTCafé Mobile App, and ask if they have any pit bull friendly rentals. Soon enough, you and your buddy will be snuggling in the coziness of the pet-friendly rooms you’ve been searching for.

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