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What are the advantages of renting a studio apartment in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA?
Studio apartments in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA tend to be more affordable than other apartments and they have lower utility costs.
What are the downsides of renting a studio apartment in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA?
One of the downsides of living in a studio apartment is the limited storage space. You might be interested in 1 bedroom apartments, 2 bedroom apartments or 3 bedroom apartments, or browse all RentCafe apartments for rent in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA.
Falconcrest, Stockton, CA Demographics
- Total Population29,270
Female 14,302Male 14,968
- Median Age37.3
In total, Falconcrest, Stockton, CA has 29,270 residents, 14,968 women and 14,302 men, per U.S. Census recent estimates. Statistics show that the median age of Falconcrest’s population is 37.3.
Average Rent in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA
- Falconcrest, Stockton, CA Average Rental Price, May 2022 $1,820 /mo
The average monthly rent for an apartment in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA is around $1,820.
Falconcrest, Stockton, CA Apartment Rent Ranges
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The national average price of rental apartments is $1,628, while the average monthly rent in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA is $1,820.
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Falconcrest, Stockton, CA Households
- Total Number of Households10,811
Family 7,453Non-family 3,358
Children 3,876No Children 6,935
- Average People Per Household2.71
- Median Household Income$83,558
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,609
There is a total of 10,811 households in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA. Of these, 3,876 have children and 6,935 are without children. Per Census Bureau’s most current estimates, 7,453 family households and 3,358 non-family households live in this area. The size of a household in Falconcrest is 2.71 people, on average. The median household annual income in Falconcrest equals $83,558, and the monthly housing costs equal $1,609.
Falconcrest, Stockton, CA Education Statistics
According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 4% of the population in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA have no high school education, 23% went to high-school, and 28% have partially completed college. Moreover, 11% of the population hold an Associate Degree, 20% hold a Bachelor Degree, and 14% hold a Graduate Degree.
Renting a studio apartment in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA
Looking to find an efficiency apartment in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA? You’re not the only one. Studio apartments are one of the most searched types of rental housing in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA. They give you the advantage of living in a trendy neighborhood close to work, shopping, dining, entertainment and public transportation while keeping your rent expense at a minimum. In Falconcrest, Stockton, CA you have no less than 5 properties to choose from, offering a total of 6 small apartments. The average rent in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA is currently $1,609, but if you want to spend as little as possible, affordable single bedroom apartments go for as low as $1,243 per month.
Efficiency apartment vs bachelor flat: which one is right for you?
Cheap studios and efficiency apartments normally have the kitchen in the main room, which is a major discouraging factor for renters… But don’t let this scare you away: there are always some exceptions that prove the rule, and it’s worth locating them in Falconcrest, Stockton, CA too. Some newer apartment buildings have very spacious floor-plans with layouts that allow you to divide the sleeping and living space for more privacy and comfort. A few design tricks, like a well-placed mirror, a bookshelf divider and functional space-saving furniture can make all the difference. As a benchmark, keep in mind that, in this neighborhood, apartments offer about 846 Sq.Ft. of living space, on average. Be prepared that bachelor flats with a separate kitchen tend to be a bit more expensive than your average one room apartment. If you plan on cooking and eating in a lot, it may be worth spending the extra dollars per month to have your kitchen separate from your bedroom/living area. It all comes down to finding a studio apartment that fits your lifestyle and your personal preferences.