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    1855 East Rose Avenue, Orange, CA 92867
    2 BEDS $2,450
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    1055 W Town And Country Rd., Orange, CA 92868
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    1 BED $2,685
    2+ BEDS $3,410
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    1110 Town And Country Road, Orange, CA 92868
    Studio $2,433+
    1 BED $2,835+
    2 BEDS $3,362+
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    850 W. Town & Country RD, Orange, CA 92868
    Studio $2,415+
    1 BED $2,685+
    2+ BEDS $3,515+
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    321 East Lincoln Avenue, Orange, CA 92865
    1 BED $2,080
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    3099 W. Chapman Avenue, Orange, CA 92868
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    1 BED $2,733
    2 BEDS $3,449
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    240-244 S. Esplanade St, Orange, CA 92869
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    315 West Lincoln Avenue, Orange, CA 92865
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    200 City Boulevard West, Orange, CA 92868
    Studio $2,287+
    1 BED $2,554+
    2 BEDS $2,943+
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    1000 W. Town And Country Rd., Orange, CA 92868
    Studio $2,550+
    1 BED $2,820+
    2+ BEDS $3,340+
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    235 West Lincoln Avenue, Orange, CA 92865
    1 BED $2,110+
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    1235 West Town And Country Road, Orange, CA 92868
    1 BED $2,595+
    2 BEDS $3,145+
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    245 East Lincoln Avenue, Orange, CA 92865
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    1725 W Katella Ave, Orange, CA 92867
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    2627 N Bourbon, Orange, CA 92865
    1 BED $2,425+
    2 BEDS $2,900
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    ESPLANADE, Orange, CA 92869
    Studio $1,850
    1 BED $2,250
    2+ BEDS $2,650
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    401 W. La Veta Ave., Orange, CA 92866
    2 BEDS $2,595+
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    1975 N. Batavia Street, Orange, CA 92865
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    1253 North Richard Street, Orange, CA 92869
    4 BEDS $5,500
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    12286 Baja Panorama, Santa Ana, CA 92705
    1 BED $1,250
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    3305 West Lincoln Avd., Anaheim, CA 92801
    1 BED $899+
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    4700 East Mckinnon Drive, Anaheim, CA 92807
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    23101 Moulton Pkwy Ste 210, Laguna Hills, CA 92653
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    8604 E. Whitewater Drive, Anaheim, CA 92808
    1 BED $2,704+
    2 BEDS $3,038+
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    22733 Oakcrest Circle, Yorba Linda, CA 92887
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Average rent in Orange, CA

$2,619/mo Orange, CA average rental price, March 2024
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    Frequently asked questions

    When were prices and availability in Orange, CA last updated?

    Prices and availability in Orange, CA were last updated on 16 May 2024.

    What are the best apartments in Orange, CA?

    The best apartments in Orange, CA are: SANTIAGO, Lido Apartments - 240-244 S Esplanade, GEORGIAN, CAMEO and Casa Ciento.

    What is the average rent in Orange, CA?

    The average rent in Orange, CA is $2,619. Start your search for apartments in Orange, CA now.

    What is the price range for a studio apartment in Orange, CA?

    The price range for a studio apartment in Orange, CA is between $1,988 and $4,460. View all studio apartments in Orange, CA.

    What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Orange, CA?

    The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Orange, CA is between $2,080 and $4,239. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Orange, CA now.

    What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Orange, CA?

    The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Orange, CA is between $2,080 and $5,169. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Orange, CA.

    What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Orange, CA?

    The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Orange, CA is between $2,595 and $5,700. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Orange, CA.

    What type of rental buildings are in Orange, CA?

    In Orange 41% of the housing is rented out compared to 59% of homes are owned, according to the most recent Census Bureau estimates. 19% of Orange’s apartments are found in large buildings of 50 units or more, 55% are located in smaller apartment complexes with less than 50 units, and 24% are single-family rentals.

    What do typical apartment communities look like in Orange, CA?

    The age and size of multifamily buildings are among the most visible characteristics of the rental market in a city.  In this case, the apartment buildings in Orange are about 35 years old, on average. Of these, 39% have been built since 2000, representing the newer options on the market and typically offering more amenities. Rental buildings in the city have an average height of 3 stories. About 91% of the rental communities here are low-rise, garden-style communities, 11% are mid-rises, and 4% are high-rise buildings. These are true especially for large-scale multifamily buildings with over 50 apartments.

    What apartment floorplans are common in Orange, CA?

    Studio apartments in Orange are around 2% of rentals, while 1-bedroom floor plans represent 43% of the total stock. For those in search of larger rentals, 2-bedroom floorplans make up 51% of all rentals. More generous apartments with 3 bedrooms or more are also available in this city for those in search of more space.

    Renter's guide to Orange, CA

    Located in Orange County, California, the city of Orange is a suburb of Los Angeles. Known for its high concentration of historic buildings in the old town and a sublime location, Orange is a mid-sized city that enjoys a small town vibe. It ranks as the 104th best city in America for young professionals, and the 23rd healthiest city in America. Low crime rates and good school systems also make it popular with families.

    Orange has a population of 140,289 and spreads across almost 26 sq. miles. In terms of area, it’s about the same as neighboring Santa Ana, but has less than half the population, meaning it’s not as crowded as other nearby cities. Compared to LA proper, it’s almost 27 times smaller by population and 18 times smaller by area.

    Located around 30 miles southeast of downtown LA, Orange enjoys good transport links in all directions. The Santa Ana Freeway (Interstate 5) can be taken to downtown within 40 minutes in light traffic, though commute times can be far longer. San Diego is around 90 miles south of Orange and can be reached by taking the same freeway south.

    Orange enjoys a pleasantly warm and dry climate throughout much of the year, though winters do generally see some rain. The hottest month is typically August, with highs of around 84°F, while December is typically the coldest month, with lows of around 46°F. January sees the wettest weather, with around 3.2 inches of rainfall. However, with annual precipitation levels of around 15 inches, rain is seldom an issue. Proximity to the coast ensures slightly cooler temperatures compared to more inland areas of southern California.

    Tips for renting in Orange, CA

    If you’re considering a move to Orange, you may have heard that the cost of living can be high. Indeed, southern California rates as almost twice as expensive as the national average. The cost of renting is higher than other areas in the U.S., but it’s not such a steep increase compared to the cost of buying a home. Other essentials — groceries, healthcare, etc. — aren’t much more expensive than the rest of the country, however.

    If you’re worried about scorching heat, Orange is typically slightly cooler than more inland areas of the county. It’s still worth seeking out an apartment with AC, but it’s not as essential as in other parts of southern California. AC in your car, however, is a must, and with long commute times, it’s worth seeking employment opportunities that are closer to home if you want to avoid the congestion.

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    Living in Orange, CA

    Life in Orange offers diversity, very low crime rates, and plenty of things to do. The location is superb, with proximity to the coast, mountains, state parks and reserves, as well as the big city.

    The city offers a mix of the friendliness of a close-knit small-town community, the vibrancy of a college town, and the bustle of larger city. At the same time, the historic center provides atmosphere seldom found in this part of the country.

    Despite so many positives, there are some negative points that are worth pointing out. Commuting outside of town during rush hours can be an extremely arduous and time-consuming task. The metrolink station is the second busiest in the state, as it serves as a transfer stop between Orange County and IEOC lines. The roads are equally busy, with the section of the Santa Ana Freeway (Interstate 5) just outside of Orange among the busiest in the state — frequently referred to as the ‘Orange Crush’.

    Things to do in Orange, CA

    Home to numerous neighborhood parks and bordered by the Santa Ana River, and 2 regional parks, Orange is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. There’s a wealth of hiking trails to enjoy, with Irvine Regional Park offering trails for all levels of fitness. The park is also home to a campsite, lake, miniature railway line, and an outdoor education center that is ideal for kids. Additionally, the Orange County Zoo is located in the park, featuring 8-acres of local wildlife and plant life.

    Things to do

    The Outlets at Orange is a popular shopping spot, offering a wealth of different stores, gyms, movie theaters, restaurants, bars, a bowling alley, and other entertainment venues. There’s a mix of big brand names, and smaller independent stores to suit adults, teens, and kids alike. For something different, head to historic Old Towne, where you’ll find antique stores, as well as trendy boutiques and arts and crafts stores. Every Saturday, the Orange Flea Market is a great place to bag a bargain.

    For fantastic fresh produce, check out the weekly Orange Home Grown (OHG) farmers market, every Saturday. You can also visit the OHG farm and take part in one of their workshops, focusing on anything from urban chicken farming, to farm to table dinners and wine pairings. Less than 5 miles away, the original Disneyland is a fantastic place to take the kids.

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    Orange, CA employment & economy

    With a median household income of $83,500, residents of Orange earn well above state and national averages. The most common industry in Orange is health care and social assistance, followed by manufacturing, and retail trade.

    Office and administrative support occupations are the most common jobs held by residents of Orange, followed by sales roles, and management positions. The highest paid residents are working in architecture and engineering occupations.

    According to a 2011 report, the 3 biggest employers were all hospitals/medical centers; the Irvine medical center with 4,000 employees, Sisters of St. Joseph Hospital with 3,853 employees, and Children’s Hospital of Orange with 2,400 employees.

    Education in Orange, CA

    Orange is served by the Orange Unified School District, which provides 24 public schools in the city. The top-rated high school is El Modena High, which rates above average in most measures, and excels in preparing students for higher education. McPherson Magnet School accepts students from grades K through 8, and ranks as the top elementary and middle school, with students frequently scoring well above average in tests

    The Chapman University is a private university that offers programs in over 100 study areas, ranging from film and media arts, to science and technology. Ten separate colleges make up the university, with each building focusing on a different area of study. Santiago Canyon College is a public community college located in the city, offering a variety of career-technical designed programs, as well as more academic study areas.

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