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Overview of Grand Blanc

You'll be in a prime central location when you're looking at Grand Blanc apartments for rent. Situated about 60 miles north of Detroit, 35 miles north of Auburn Hills and 10 miles south of Flint, Grand Blanc meshes the perfect combination of small-town life with close proximity to several large cities. Grand Blanc is home to several golf courses, making it one of the premier cities in the state to tee off. The region offers three courses, including the Captain's Club at Woodfield, Jewel of Grand Blanc and Warwick Hills. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, roughly 8,200 people call Grand Blanc home today.

Living in Grand Blanc

Grand Blanc apartments for rent are great for families, as the education system in the city is top-notch. Ranked as the No. 35 best place to live in Michigan by AreaVibes, Grand Blanc received a score of 79 for its low cost of living, local amenities, high income per capita and stable housing market. The city is very family-friendly with various parks and recreation services available throughout the year, as well as annual festivals like the Taste of Grand Blanc and the Grand Blanc Summer Art Fair.

Grand Blanc Apartments and Cost of Living

One of the most attractive things about living in Grand Blanc apartments for rent is the low cost of living. According to AreaVibes, the median rental rate is 8 percent less than the rate in Michigan, and the overall cost of living is 3 percent and 8 percent less expensive than the state and nation, respectively. Plus, the median household income is 22 percent more than Michigan's average.

People living in Grand Blanc apartments may have to pay a little extra for transportation costs because the typical cost of a gallon of gas is 1 percent more than the state's average, and commute times are about 16 percent longer than those of other residents in Michigan. However, the community is very walkable according to WalkScore. Most errands can be achieved on foot in Grand Blanc so residents won't have to be reliant on their vehicles.

Apartments in Grand Blanc Work and Study

Living in apartments for rent in Grand Blanc will put you in a prime location for employment, but most people will have to commute outside of the city for their jobs. The automotive industry is one of the top employers, as well as local government, sales and service jobs. Students living in apartments in Grand Blanc can further their education at University of Michigan, Flint, Oakland University, Baker College, Saginaw Valley State University or University of Detroit.