Having emerged from the ashes of its industrial past, the capital of the Midlands is today a modern and prosperous city, offering opportunities for work, study and leisure within its city boundaries. The area's attractions include the Balti Triangle – home of Asian cuisine – the Gay Village, Theatreland, the Jewellery Quarter, and many more. Recent regeneration projects mean flats to rent are plentiful for both students and professionals alike. To rent apartments in Birmingham city centre you should firstly assess the amount you are willing to spend. Your budget will dictate the following:
Cheap flats to rent in Birmingham are not too difficult to come by, with studio apartments in easy reach of the centre starting at around £500 pcm. If you're willing to share with a friend, partner or colleague you'll find your place even more affordable. Two bedroom apartments in new, purpose-built apartment blocks can be found for around £600 to £700 pcm in the East, and if you share you can split the council tax and utility bills too. You'll find more upmarket regions in the South. Edgebaston is a leafy suburb with lush, green parkland and expansive, high quality property. Price tags here tend to be higher, but you benefit from the location's suitably lovely suburbs and a still easy commute into the city.
To find flat to rent in Birmingham use Regionproperty.co.uk, which can help you to locate suitable property within the area. You can browse a variety of flats to rent with ease, simply by using the property search function to filter number of bedrooms, price bracket and more.