103 Homes For Rent in Mobile, AL

  • Apartment In Central Business District
    $1,000-$1,600/mo
    Studio-2 Beds340-833 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36602
    The Gateway
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    FORTIS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT, LLC
  • Apartment In Mobile
    $815-$1,435/mo
    1-3 Beds630-1,420 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36695
    Cypress Cove Apartment Homes
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    Sealy Management Co., Inc.
  • Apartment In College Park
    $1,200-$1,925/mo
    1-3 Beds672-1,433 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36608
    Highland at Spring Hill
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    IMS Development
  • Renovated Urban Apartment
    $845-$2,306/mo
    Studio-2 Beds430-1,200 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36602
    Elevate 758
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    LMS Real Estate Investment Management, LLC
  • Apartment In Jackson Heights
    $708-$897/mo
    Studio-2 Beds500-885 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36609
    701 South
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    Foshee Management Company, LLC
  • Urban Apartment With Garden
    $1,135-$2,055/mo
    1-2 Beds715-1,830 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36604
    Marine St. Lofts
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    Southeastern Management Center Incorporated
  • Apartment In Airmont
    $749-$1,116/mo
    1-2 Beds569-1,005 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36609
    Portofino
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    Arlington Properties
  • Apartment In Thornhill
    $1,050-$1,455/mo
    1-3 Beds866-1,427 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36695
    Timber Ridge Apartments
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    Spectrum Residential
  • Apartment In Thornhill
    $1,044-$2,205/mo
    1-2 Beds728-1,182 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36695
    Stone Ridge Apartment Homes
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    Dominion Partners, LLC
  • Apartment In Overton
    $970-$1,815/mo
    1-3 Beds670-1,450 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36695
    Lakeview at Cottage Hill
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    Providence Management Company LLC
  • Apartment In North Industrial Area
    $1,306-$3,987/mo
    1-2 Beds602-1,308 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36602
    Meridian at the Port
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    RAM Partners, LLC
  • Upscale Residential Apartment
    $874-$3,625/mo
    Studio-2 Beds496-1,326 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36602
    Merchants Plaza
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    Arlington Properties
  • Apartment In Richelieu
    $765-$865/mo
    1-2 Beds750-950 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36608
    The Park
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    Foshee Management Company, LLC
  • Apartment In Thornhill
    $1,045-$1,195/mo
    2-3 Beds1,014-1,415 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36608
    Mirabelle Apartments
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    Arlington Properties
  • Apartment In Brookwood
    $1,049-$1,495/mo
    1-3 Beds785-1,454 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36606
    Parkside at Cottage Hill
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    DLH Properties
  • Apartment In Canterbury
    $896-$1,256/mo
    1-3 Beds785-1,291 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36693
    Longleaf Pines
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    Elmington Capital Group
  • Apartment In Richelieu
    $634-$1,004/mo
    1-3 Beds610-1,060 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36608
    Autumn Woods
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    Sealy Management Co., Inc.
  • Apartment In Brookwood
    $780-$1,260/mo
    1-2 Beds650-1,303 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36606
    Bel Air Apartment Homes
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    Foshee Management Company, LLC
  • Apartment In Canterbury
    $900-$1,425/mo
    1-3 Beds651-1,384 Sq. Ft.
    Mobile, AL, 36693
    The Crossings at Cottage Hill
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    HomeCorp
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Mobile, Alabama, is a cultural epicenter of the Gulf Coast, boasting a number of key commercial hubs, numerous arts accolades, and a wealth of historical architecture. As the third most populous city in the state, Mobile is known for incredible diversity in its housing market, offering residents both affordable starter homes and sizeable three and four-story houses that leave nothing to be desired. Characteristic of many areas in southern Alabama, Mobile sports wide, quiet streets and elegant palm tree yard styling.

The volume of historical districts, well-preserved homes, and classic architecture in Mobile is outstanding. Tudor revival homes, buildings from the early days of Mobile as a trade port, and mansions distinctive to the deep south remain in some of the most notable historic neighborhoods, such as Ashland Place, Church Street East, Oakleigh Garden, Old Dauphin Way, Spring Hill and De Tonti Square. Both the older and the more modern communities showcase the area’s mixed, rich cultural heritage, originating from primarily French, Spanish, Creole, and Catholic traditions, among others. This colorful diversity is apparent in the architecture of different subdivisions, the road and landmark names in the area, and the residents themselves. Conveniently, Mobile offers public transport, the Wave Transit System, that brings bus service directly to many of the neighborhoods, making it easy to get around town.

As a major source of industry, trade, and transport for the coastal region, many of Mobile’s primary sources of employment come from steel and ship building, retail and commerce, aerospace, construction, and manufacturing. Business services and financial organizations are also among the top employers. Health and education services, too, represent a good chunk of Mobile’s economy. The Mobile County Public School System, Infirmary Health Systems, the University of South Alabama, and Providence Hospital are all in the top ten hiring entities in Mobile. Walmart and the City of Mobile hire an additional 3 percent of the population.