Affordable Rentals Found: 4
- Stockton Apartments
Find apartments for rent today in Stockton as well as others close by. With so many great photos, descriptions and infomation you will find a rental in no time!
(STOCKTON, CA, 95207)ADDRESS: 504 Northbank CtDESCRIPTION: Pacific Commons is conveniently located to Stockton's finest shopping and dining. Our community is within walk..BEDROOMS: 2RENT: $785 - $990
Cedar Creek Apartments
(STOCKTON, CA, 95210)ADDRESS: 9430 Westmora CourtDESCRIPTION: Why live anywhere else? Cedar Creek Apartments is located in the heart of Stockton, California. It is convenie..BEDROOMS: 2RENT: $795
Furnished Studio - Stockton - March Lane
(STOCKTON, CA, 95219)ADDRESS: 2844 W. March LaneDESCRIPTION: Enjoy a furnished studio at an exceptional price with FREE utilities, FREE cable, FREE Wi-Fi internet, and no ..BEDROOMS: 1RENT: $1530 - $1530
(Mays Landing, NJ, 08330)ADDRESS: 3401 Montgomery DrDESCRIPTION: Hamilton Greene is located in the suburban area of Mays Landing just outside of Atlantic City. This area featu..BEDROOMS: 1 - 2RENT: $1025
Inexpensive Apartments in Stockton
The city of Stockton, located 83 miles east of San Francisco, has a diverse population of over 280,000 residents, and is the 13th largest city in California and still growing at a steady and fast rate. The standard of living is of high quality for many Stockton residents. Homes in this area often cost 33 percent of what a similar home would cost in the Bay Area.
Sometimes when you are looking for a deal it pays to go outside the box to find the best ones. There is no denying that apartment guides and real-estate websites are great sources when looking for an apartment, but unless you venture off the usual path you will never know what else is out there.
In our search for inexpensive apartments in Stockton we found that the best advertised prices were found in the classifieds on community websites. In some cases we were able to locate individuals who had one or a few units for rent, but we also found landlords with larger complexes who use classifieds on various sites to promote and rent their apartments.
Most apartment classifieds on websites will have photos attached. This is very important as you’ll want to see what you are renting, especially when a unit is listed at a good price. We all know the adage: If it looks or sounds too good to be true it probably is too good to be true. Pictures can give you a good enough idea of what you can expect so that you can decide whether you want to call the landlord and schedule a visit to see the property.
The apartment we found was a one bedroom & one bathroom unit located in a two-story complex that had the look of some motels. The 600 square-foot unit was available for 595 dollars a month, but with a special of only 450 dollars for the first month’s rent.
As with any landlord, you should find out as much information as possible about a landlord who advertises in these classified sections. And do not sign anything until you are 100 percent certain that the apartment is what you are looking for. Don’t only scrutinize the building, but also your potential neighbors and the neighborhood. Things can look different in the light, so take a drive through the neighborhood at night and get a feel for what you could expect to encounter if you were living there.