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Popular Pooler Apartments
Pooler, Georgia, 31322
1 Bedroom$914 - $1,094
2 Bedrooms$1,124 - $1,334
3 Bedrooms$1,449 - $1,684
Pooler, Georgia, 31322
1 Bedroom$760 - $1,010
2 Bedrooms$880 - $1,305
3 Bedrooms$1,170 - $1,455
Pooler, Georgia, 31322
1 Bedroom$775 - $845
2 Bedrooms$870 - $1,000
3 Bedrooms$1,075 - $1,090
Savannah, Georgia, 31419
1 Bedroom$870 - $1,348
2 Bedrooms$925 - $1,505
3 Bedrooms$1,100 - $1,750
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Finding a cute new apartment in Pooler is painless, you will find a variety of options in assorted captivating areas around the city. You can use the MyNewPlace search filters to find pet friendly Pooler apartments with the perfect amenities for you - whether you want a laundry center or a high Walkscore.
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Pleasant Rentals in Pooler
Love your job, but can’t find anything to do besides watch old Roseanne reruns when you get home from work? Having a ball play playing in the hometown soccer league, but tired of selling vacuums over the phone? Rent an apartment in Pooler, Georgia, and start living a well-rounded life. According to the city’s official website, Pooler is, “A Great Place to Live, Work, and Play.” Stop making excuses and start making good on your New Year’s resolution to play more paintball. Live, work, and play, and rent an apartment in Pooler today!
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Are you looking for a spacious three bedroom apartment so you can find a few roommates to accompany you to Goodwill? Perhaps you’re looking for a sleek one bedroom that’s walking distance from Lovezzola's Pizza & Family Restaurant so you can have a pizza whenever you’d like. Whatever apartment you’re after, we’re here to help you find it. If you’re wondering how much you can expect to spend on an apartment in Pooler, just take a look at the rent table. It has the latest average rates on one, two, and three bedroom units. Read on to learn more about life in Pooler, and be sure to take in a bike race at Oglethorpe Speedway Racetrack!
Did you know that Pooler, Georgia is named after Central of Georgia Railroad employee Robert William Pooler? William W. Gordon, the president of the company, actually named Pooler Station (which would become the city of Pooler) after Pooler because he was such a good worker. Rent an apartment in this gorgeous Georgia city and live in a community that recognizes the value of hard work. Whether you’re a dedicated train conductor or a mime that puts in overtime, you’ll find that Pooler is a great place to earn a living. Work hard enough and you just might have a city (or at least a sandwich) named after you. Pooler not only appreciates a hard day’s work, but community spirit. Should you need help figuring out whether or not to include banana peppers on your signature sandwich, one of Pooler’s 20,000 residents would be happy to conduct the official taste test with you. Rent one of Pooler’s fine apartments and get your life on track. Just go easy on the mayonnaise.
Yogalates and Lots More
You’re not going to put all that energy into moving into a city that’s a “great place to play” and then spend all day sitting in your living room reading gossip magazines, are you? Pooler offers enough recreational facilities and programs to make you forget all about the latest shocking Hollywood breakups. Visit Pooler Park and get the best/worst dressed celebrities out of your mind for good. With five lighted ball fields, two lighted football fields, playgrounds, and more, Pooler Park is a recreation mecca. Can’t find anyone to play ball with? Sign up for a fitness class and meet some future teammates. Cut your workout schedule in half and join yogalates, a class that combines elements of both yoga and Pilates. While yogalates offers plenty of exercise benefits, it’s hardly competitive. If you’re craving competition, you can sign up for an athletic league, such as men’s basketball. No matter what your recreational interest, Pooler can provide.
Pilots and Parties
If your idea of a fun Saturday afternoon in your current city is Yahtzee and a box of donuts, you’ll find Pooler to be the answer to your entertainment slump. Board games are cool and all, but you’ll find rolling dice to be old news once you visit Fun Zone Amusement & Sports Park. Whether you want to play a round of mini golf, blast your new buddy in paintball, or go crazy at the arcade, Fun Zone Amusement & Sports Park will provide you with endless hours of entertainment (and a venue to work on your skee ball skills). Speaking of skills, visit the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum and learn about the fighting skills of “the greatest air armada the world had ever seen—the 8th Air Force.” Learn about the history of World War II and the brave 350,000 members of this division. Whether you’re in the mood for history or a hit party, you’ll have an amazing time in Pooler. Save Monopoly for those rainy days.
Average Apartment Rent in Pooler, Georgia
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Pooler Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Pooler have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In September the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Pooler apartment cost $939. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Pooler apartment was $1,148 in September. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in September was $1,363. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Pooler rentals listed below.
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Is the cost of living in Pooler higher relative to surrounding areas or other cities?
Pooler's cost of living, relative to surrounding towns, is higher. Compared to the rest of the country, the cost of living in Pooler is 3 percent below average. Although Rincon to the north is just 1 percent cheaper than Pooler, Port Wentworth to the northeast is 7 percent cheaper than Pooler, Garden City to the east is 9 percent cheaper, and Savannah to the southeast is 6 percent cheaper. To the south, Georgetown is a full 19 percent cheaper than Pooler, and Bloomingdale to the northwest is 5 percent cheaper than Pooler.