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Overview of Cedar Park

The fast-growing Austin suburb of Cedar Park has increased in population by 400 percent over the last decade with more than 51,000 people. Residents of Cedar Park apartments for rent come from all over the world to get a taste of the unique charm and high-quality lifestyle here. You will enjoy hiking, biking and water sports in around the Lower Colorado River Lake System. With 860 acres of open park, you're sure to love the local sunshine.

Living in Cedar Park

Regardless of whether you're looking to spend the afternoon shopping, drinking or enjoying a sporting event, you'll be in the center of it all when you choose Cedar Park apartments for rent. The San Antonio Spurs' affiliate Austin Toros play at the Cedar Park Center, which also hosts hot concerts, rodeos and more!

Just a short drive from Cedar Park apartments for rent is the Thirsty Oaks Wine Trail. Spend a day visiting the area's four wineries that are located along the rustic hillside of Texas. If you want to amp up the excitement, check out Zip Line Adventure. Here, they have the longest zip line in Texas, which is over 2,000 feet long!

Cedar Park Apartments and Cost of Living

While living in Cedar Park apartments you will enjoy an average cost of living that is 8.2 percent less expensive than the national average. Products such as gas and espresso beverages also have lower average costs in the city.

Median rental rates for apartments for rent in Cedar Park are 18.6 percent more expensive than the national average. Of the residential properties in the city, you will find that about 35 percent are rentals. A majority of these residencies do not include utilities in their rental cost.

Apartments in Cedar Park Work and Study

The unemployment rate for residents of apartments in Cedar Park has been on the decline since January 2010 when it was 7.5 percent. As of December 2012 that figure had dropped to only 4.8 percent. The median household income in the area is 43.5 percent greater than the average in Texas, so you will have your choice of rentals to select from.

At less than a 30-minute commute to Austin, a number of Texas A&M students choose Cedar Park apartments for rent. This is an excellent university to consider if you are looking to further your education. If you are looking for something closer, head over to Austin Community College, Central Texas College or Saint Edward's University.