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Renters’ Guide to Glendale, CA

The city of Glendale is on the southern tip of the San Fernando Valley, and is a suburb of the Greater Los Angeles Area. Glendale is bordered to the west by Burbank, the East by Pasadena, and is just a short eight miles north of Los Angeles.

Despite being a suburban area, Glendale is relatively large in both area and population, checking in as the third largest city in Los Angeles County and the 23rd-biggest city in the state of California.

The area has a Mediterranean climate, so the weather in Glendale is beautiful for the large majority of the year. The warm climate gives residents mild winters and warm summers with lots of sunlight and very little rainfall throughout the year.

Glendale, CA Demographics

  • Total Population196,984
  • Female 94,216
    Male 102,768
  • Median Age41.2

Cost of Living in Glendale, CA

Public transportation in Glendale is run by the city of Los Angeles, and residents have many different options including the LADOT, Metro Local, Metro Rapid, and Glendale Beeline. All can take you in and around the Greater Los Angeles Area, and a one-way pass typically costs around $1.75 on average.

A night out here can be a little on the pricey side, but still much cheaper than a night out in downtown Los Angeles. A dinner for two at a mid-range restaurant in Glendale costs between $35 and $60, with the average meal costing about $50.

Average utility costs are also very typical for the area, as residents can expect to pay around $135 a month in a one-bedroom apartment for items such as electricity, heating, and water, slightly above the California state average.

Average Rent in Glendale, CA

  • Glendale, CA Average Rental Price, December 2018$2,384/mo
  • Studio$1,760
  • 1 Bedroom$2,188
  • 2 Bedrooms$2,691

Glendale, CA Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $701-$1,0002%
  • $1,001-$1,5009%
  • $1,501-$2,00020%
  • > $2,00070%

Glendale, CA Rent Trends

Average Rent All rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
Dec / 2018 $2,384 $1,760 $2,188 $2,691
Jan / 2018 $2,384 $1,813 $2,184 $2,684
Sept / 2017 $2,373 $1,633 $2,108 $2,775
May / 2017 $2,331 $1,665 $2,072 $2,727
Jan / 2017 $2,328 $1,653 $2,058 $2,736
Sept / 2016 $2,297 $1,625 $2,040 $2,693
May / 2016 $2,204 $1,585 $1,947 $2,603
Jan / 2016 $2,139 $1,565 $1,885 $2,529
Sept / 2015 $2,085 $1,512 $1,850 $2,454
May / 2015 $2,068 $1,488 $1,812 $2,461

Average rent is projected to grow by 4% in 2018 compared to 2017.

Please note that projected rent growth is calculated at city level.

Average rent values on this page are aggregated from data from the following zip codes: 910209104691201912029120391204912059120691207912089121091214

Check out the average rent prices in Glendale by neighborhood.

Living in Glendale, CA

There are many pros to living in Glendale, the biggest is without a doubt the close proximity to both downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood, giving residents quick access to get to work or to go out for a night on the town.

One of the few cons to living in Glendale can be the traffic since the city is just eight miles outside of Los Angeles. Those looking to drive during rush hour may want to reconsider, although the wide variety of public transport options gives residents an alternative option to get anywhere they need.

Things to do in Glendale

There are plenty of fun things to do in Glendale, whether it’s going out for a round of golf at Oakmont Country Club, seeing a movie at the Glendale Center Theatre, or grabbing a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants in Glendale like Granville or BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, there’s something to entertain anyone and everyone here.

Shoppers will find themselves at home too, as there is no shortage of places to shop in Glendale. There are several major shopping areas in the city, including the Glendale Galleria, The Americana at Brand, the Glendale Fashion Center, and the Montrose Shopping Park.

For families and those looking for something to do with kids in Glendale, Universal Studios Hollywood is a great place to go, with all kinds of different rides, attractions, and food. Or visitors can check out the Museum of Neon Art, an institution that encourages curiosity and learning through its collection of neon art.

There are plenty of parks in Glendale too, as Brand Park, Central Park, and Fremont Park are all within the city and each feature their own unique recreational options and scenery. The city also hosts a Cruise Night event every year, a huge outdoor spectacle featuring a car show, live music, food, and firework show.

Sports fans are in luck in Glendale too, as the city of Los Angeles now has a team in every major professional sport. LA sports teams include the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers of the NBA, the Los Angeles Chargers and Rams of the NFL, the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Angels of the MLB, and the LA Galaxy of the MLS.

Employment and Economy

There is no shortage of jobs in Glendale and many large companies are headquartered here, including those in the financial, technology, and professional service industries. The most notable company that calls Glendale home is the International House of Pancakes, while other companies with headquarters in Glendale include Americas United Bank, Nero AG, Panda Security, Neopets, and Avery Dennison. Disney’s Grand Central Creative Campus is also in Glendale, housing Disney Interactive, the Muppets Studio and Marvel Animation Studios, as is DreamWorks Animation.

Glendale, CA Households

  • Total Number of Households71,498
  • Family 49,572
    Non-family 21,926
  • Children 20,489
    No Children 51,009
  • Average People Per Household2.73
  • Median Household Income$52,574
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,410

Education in Glendale

The city of Glendale is served by the Glendale Unified School District, and operates schools that include Glendale High School, Herbert Hoover High School, Clark Magnet High School, and Crescenta Valley High School. A large number of private schools are also located in Glendale, including Holy Family High School, Salem Lutheran School, and Glendale Adventist Academy.

For higher education, Glendale is home to Glendale Community College, as well as the Glendale Public Library.

Glendale, CA Education Statistics

  • No High School9%
  • Some High School25%
  • Some College22%
  • Associate Degree8%
  • Bachelor Degree24%
  • Graduate Degree12%

Tips for Renting in Glendale

Renters’ rights are governed by California state law in Glendale, and are typical of most US renters’ rights. However, renters in Glendale should be aware that in California, tenants have the right to “repair and deduct,” meaning they can withhold rent or choose to repair items that have been left neglected (like a broken water heater, AC unit, etc.) and then ultimately deduct that amount from their rent.

California also has a strict policy on renters’ security deposits, as a landlord cannot collect a deposit that equals more than two months’ rent—or three months’ rent in case the unit is furnished.

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