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Studio - $3,000-5%
1 Bed - $1,295+11%
2 Beds - $1,500+11%
Last updated 2/2/2023

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Overview of Stockton

Full of heritage and diversity, home to a warm and welcoming population and perfectly situated between the Bay Area and the natural wonders of Yosemite National Park, the city of Stockton is a truly wonderful place to make a home. Residents who are looking at Stockton apartments for rent should be pleased to know that this hub, which was twice designated as an "All-America City," has a population of more than 296,000 - according to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau - and is quickly becoming one of the most business-friendly areas in California's Central Valley for residents in Stockton apartments.

Living in Stockton

If you're thinking about moving into a Stockton apartment for rent, you'll be happy to know that city is home to a whopping 67 parks, which is perfect for California families. The Haggin Museum - commonly known as the "Jewel of Stockton" is one of the best fine art galleries in central California, and brings a great deal of pride to prospective residents looking at apartments for rent in Stockton. There are also several events that are beloved in the area, including the Earth Day Festival and the Valley Dance Festival. Some of the most popular neighborhoods in Stockton include French Camp, Estate, Tomspur, Morado, Valley Oak and Brookside.

Stockton Apartments and Cost of Living

The population in Stockton has jumped by more than 20 percent from 2000 to 2011, and the cost of living in Stockton apartments has a lot to do with it. According to City-Data, the overall index is around 5 percent less than the national average. Since California is known for being an expensive state to live in, rates like this are a rarity and attract many renters into Stockton apartments for rent. According to AreaVibes, the cost of living is 13 percent lower than other cities in the Golden State, and the cost of a gallon of gas is around $3.82, which is similar to fuel costs throughout the area.

Stockton Work and Study

According to the city's community profile, the top employers in Stockton include St. Joseph's Medical Center, O-G Packaging & Cold Storage Company, Dameron Hospital and Kaiser Permanente, so healthcare is definitely one of the biggest industry trends for people living in apartments for rent in Stockton. Two-year colleges in Stockton include Heald College and San Joaquin Delta College. The most prominent four-year university in Stockton is the University of the Pacific, which offers more than 80 majors for students living in Stockton.

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