Osogbo, the state capital of Osun, is at the centre of Osun and shares boundary with Ikirun, Ilesa, Ede, Egbedore and Iragbiji. Osogbo located on the main rail line from Lagos to the northern states can be accessed via the Osogbo-Gbongan Road which is off the Ibadan-Ife-Ilesha Expressway connecting the Osogbo-Lagos Support Road. Sometimes called 'Ilu Aro' translated to mean home of dyeing, Osogbo is a major dyeing centre and a city rich in culture as the venue of the annual Osun-Osogbo festival is located in Osogbo.Commerce in Osogbo centres around farming, textiles, plastics and mining as there are factories in Osogbo that supports production.
Prospective residents of Osogbo will enjoy the constant supply of power as the city is one of the very few Nigerian cities with a different power tale. In addition to that, they will also enjoy the serenity and quietness of the city, the cultural diversity, the good network of roads and the affordable lifestyle. Generally, renting a home in Osogbo is affordable compared to other cities in Nigeria.
The mini flat for rent in Osogbo is a choice of apartment fit for singles and newlyweds as it contains a bedroom, a living room, kitchen, merged toilet and bathroom. The rental cost of a mini flat in Osogbo can be as low as N45,000 or as high as N140,000.