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Overview of Mission Viejo

Mission Viejo apartments for rent are located in a suburban neighborhood that is 23 miles southeast of Anaheim and 43 miles outside of downtown Los Angeles. You'll have easy access to the surrounding cities via Interstate 5. As part of Orange County, the city is a short trip from popular destinations such as Laguna and Newport beaches, which are both located on the coast.

Living in Mission Viejo

While living in Orange County, you will be surrounded by plenty of attractions to enjoy during your free time. In nearby Irvine, the Wild Rivers Waterpark provides children of all ages with a chance to cool off from the summer sun. Mission Viejo apartments for rent are also near Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure Park, which are both located in Anaheim.

Apartments for rent in Mission Viejo are perfect for sports lovers of all types. Both the Major League Baseball Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and and National Hockey League's Anaheim Mighty Ducks play less than 30 miles southeast of the city. For athletes that prefer water, check out the Surfing Hall of Fame in nearby Huntington Beach.

Mission Viejo Apartments and Cost of Living

The average cost of living for those living in Mission Viejo apartments for rent is 32.3 percent greater than the average is California. Although the average costs of gas and espresso beverages are more expensive in the city than national averages, the average price of pizza is 11.8 percent less expensive.

Low income housing is available to residents in the area through the Orange County Housing and Community Development department. They provide affordable apartments in Mission Viejo through housing projects across the county. Another great attribute of the department is the Neighborhood Stabilization Program.

Apartments in Mission Viejo Work and Study

The unemployment rate in Mission Viejo has been steadily decreasing since July 2010, when it was 7.2 percent. By February 2013, that figure had dropped all the way to 4.7 percent. Residents of Mission Viejo apartments will enjoy median household incomes in the area that are 48.7 percent greater than the California average.

Residents can take advantage of adult education classes available at Saddleback Valley U.S.D. Another option to consider if you are living in Mission Viejo and would like to further your education is Saddleback College.