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Grand Terrace, CA Demographics
- Total Population12,559
Female 5,964Male 6,595
- Median Age36.8
According to the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the total population in Grand Terrace, CA is 12,559. The makeup of the population by gender is 5,964 men and 6,595 women. The median age of Grand Terrace’s residents is 36.8.
Average Rent in Grand Terrace, CA
- Grand Terrace, CA Average Rental Price, July 2022 $2,208 /mo
The monthly rate for Grand Terrace, CA apartments is on average $2,208.
Grand Terrace, CA Apartment Rent Ranges
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The average price of rental apartments nationwide is $1,706, while the monthly rent in Grand Terrace, CA is $2,208, on average.
Grand Terrace, CA Households
- Total Number of Households4,380
Family 3,166Non-family 1,214
Children 1,288No Children 3,092
- Average People Per Household2.84
- Median Household Income$70,200
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,431
There is a total of 4,380 households in Grand Terrace, CA, of which 1,288 have children and 3,092 are without children. Per Census data, Grand Terrace has 3,166 family households and 1,214 non-family households. The size of a household in Grand Terrace, CA is 2.84 people, on average. The median household annual income in Grand Terrace is $70,200, and the monthly housing costs are $1,431.
Grand Terrace, CA Education Statistics
In Grand Terrace, CA, 3% of the population have no high school education, according to estimates published by the U.S. Census Bureau. 37% of the city’s population went to high school, 30% of residents completed some college, 7% of the population hold an Associate Degree, as many as 15% hold a Bachelor Degree, and 9% hold a Graduate Degree.
Renting a 2-bedroom apartment in Grand Terrace, CA
A spacious 2-bedroom apartment is a great investment, whether you want to share your apartment with someone else or just turn the other room, say, into a personal office. Located in one of the 25 Grand Terrace, CA properties, you currently have about 71 2-bedroom apartment rentals to choose from. It’s useful to know that the average size for these units is 804 Sq.Ft. and they rent for about $2,209. The good news is that these apartments come in all shapes and sizes, so you can be sure that there is something for every taste. With so many apartments to choose from, you might be wondering where to start. RentCafe allows you to filter the results, so you can limit your search to the apartments that fit your criteria. This way, you can filter out the apartments that don’t fit your budget or location preferences and you’ll snatch your perfect home even quicker.
Cheap two-bedroom apartments that won’t burn a hole in your wallet
Use the price, amenities and location filters to find the right apartment for you. In order to make the search easier, we’ll give you a few tips, so you know what to expect. Location is key when renting, so it makes sense that the monthly rent for properties which are close to public transportation, dining and entertainment is higher. Rent prices for 2-bedroom apartments can rise to $4,149, especially if good location comes hand in hand with a modern, well-maintained building, that offers already furnished units. If you are looking for something more affordable, you needn’t fret. There are many cheap 2-bedroom apartments for you to choose from that won’t hurt your wallet. So, if you find an apartment that fits your criteria, don’t let it slip. Contact the property to check its availability, and you can secure your lease directly on RentCafe.