How to Get an Affordably Priced Airbnb in Midtown Atlanta
If you’re looking to rent an apartment in Midwestern Atlanta, you’re in luck: The city has a lot of available properties for those looking to live there.
According to a recent post on Airbnb’s Atlanta blog, Midtown Apartment has more than 1,200 apartments available.
The listing says that you can book an apartment with a maximum monthly rent of $3,700.
But don’t worry, Airbnb offers a free year of membership to anyone who has booked an apartment within the last two years.
The company also offers a “free month of membership” to anyone willing to make an extra payment of $15 for a month, the company said.
The free membership is a good option for those who might be looking to pay more to rent in the city.
Airbnb says that the offer is “available to residents of Atlanta who are looking to purchase a home within the next 18 months, or if they are moving to Atlanta for the first time and looking to start a family.”
This is an excellent opportunity to move into a new neighborhood, or even a new apartment.
Airbnb also recently updated its Atlanta listing to include a new feature, where the apartment owner can also “ask for help finding an apartment that meets their needs.”
If you need help finding a place to rent, the Atlanta listings say that there are currently no “submitted properties” available.
That’s an interesting feature for people looking to find an apartment, but the problem is that Airbnb has no way of knowing how many properties are currently available in Atlanta.
The listings also include a map showing the number of available apartments.
That map has been updated a few times to show more apartments available in the area, but as of the time of this writing, it still shows that the Atlanta area has fewer than 1.3 million apartments available to rent.
Airbnb Atlanta has a large number of apartment listings for rent.
In its latest update, Airbnb says there are 1,093 apartment listings available in Mid-town Atlanta.
Airbnb is currently offering a free month of subscription for anyone who makes an extra $15.
To find out more about renting in MidTown, check out Airbnb Atlanta’s blog.