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Overview of Saginaw

If you search for Saginaw apartments for rent, you'll find them located in a lively, involved community that is a perfect place to live for young professionals, older couples and families alike. Nestled in the heart of the Saginaw Valley, the town is located just minutes from some of eastern Michigan's most wonderful and beautiful attractions. Admired statewide for its local initiative, Saginaw is home to tax-free zones, one-stop economic development and friendly neighborhoods. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Saginaw's population tops 51,000 people.

Living in Saginaw

If you're a history buff, making a new home in one of the many Saginaw apartments for rent will connect you to the town's heritage, which dates back centuries. Native American tribes inhabited the area until an influx of settlers moved in during the 1800s to create a thriving lumber industry. Throughout the town's economic ups and downs, residents here remain optimistic about the successful future while embracing their storied past. With an ideal location in the crook of Michigan's "thumb," Saginaw apartments are also ideal spots from which to enjoy the beauty of the Great Lakes state. When the weather is nice, and even during the winter, people here try to spend as much time outside as possible. Try visiting Ojibway Island or the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge to experience the stunning scenery for yourself.

Saginaw Apartments and Cost of Living

Because Saginaw County is a very affordable place to live - Forbes noted that it's one of the least expensive regions in the United States, so Saginaw apartments for rent are often in high demand. According to AreaVibes, the town's cost of living index is 85, which is 15 points lower than the national average. Here, necessities won't break the bank, and you'll find easy access to food and drink, shopping and schools.  AreaVibes also noted that in apartments in Saginaw, you can expect to pay $3.83 for a gallon of gasoline, $2.24 for a gallon of milk, $1.72 for a dozen eggs and $1.57 for a loaf of bread.

Apartments in Saginaw Work and Study

Saginaw has a very diverse economy with job opportunities in many different sectors. The top employers near apartments for rent in Saginaw are Covenant Medical Center, St. Mary's of Michigan, General Motors, Saginaw County and the State of Michigan. There are also many opportunities for higher education in and around Saginaw, including Central Michigan University, Saginaw Valley State University and Davenport University, Saginaw.

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