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Overview of Mobile

Full of tree-lined streets, Southern hospitality and exciting opportunities for its residents, the city of Mobile is one of the best places in Alabama to live, work and play. Located on beautiful Mobile Bay, there are plenty of exciting adventures to be had in Mobile apartments for rent. The city is also very diverse, offering some of the best community and arts-related amenities in the South. People who live in Mobile already know that the area is also home to some of the best seafood options for both dining and fishing in the region.

Living in Mobile

New Orleans gets all the credit for the festival, but did you know that Mobile is actually home to the first-ever Mardi Gras celebration in the United States? People who live in Mobile apartments for rent gather every year for the revelry, partying and brilliant floats that line the streets during Mardi Gras in Mobile. The city is also home to the largest art museum along the Gulf Coast between New Orleans and Tampa. Some of the most popular neighborhoods for Mobile apartments are in Dauphin Acres, Parkhill and College Park, according to AreaVibes. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the population in Mobile was more than 195,000. 

Mobile Apartments and Cost of Living

One of the biggest reasons why so many people enjoy looking into Mobile apartments for rent is because you can enjoy many excellent amenities here without breaking the bank! According to City-Data, the cost of living index in 2012 was more than 14 percent less than the national average, making Mobile a very affordable place to call home. Add the fact that the median household income is on the rise and you'd be crazy not to move into apartments in Mobile. According to AreaVibes, the cost of a gallon of gas is $3.66, which is 4 percent higher than the rest of Alabama, but the average commute time is 11 percent shorter, so you should be able to afford fuel costs.

Apartments in Mobile Work and Study

Because of Mobile's Gulf Coast location and abundant natural resources, its residents have always enjoyed economic expansion and jobs. According to City-Data, the largest industries in the area are in medicine and research, aerospace and retail trade. Commercial shipping, shipbuilding and ship-related items are also widely produced here. One of the largest and most popular institutions in the area for students in apartments for rent in Mobile is the University of South Alabama, which enrolls more than 14,000 students each year.