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200 apartments for rent near Fallbrook, CA

508 W. Fallbrook St.
Fallbrook
2 Bed
$1,350
1952 Calle Rociada
Fallbrook
3 Bed
$2,500
4124 Oak Island Lane
Fallbrook
1 Bed
$1,300
40461 Rock Mountain Drive
Fallbrook
5 Bed
$2,795
5528 Rainbow Heights Rd
Fallbrook
1 Bed
$1,399
3210 Red Mountain Heights Road
Fallbrook
3 Bed
$2,500
1842 E Alvarado
Fallbrook
3 Bed
$2,595
929 Santa Margarita
Fallbrook
4 Bed
$1,950
2642 Via Arroyo
Fallbrook
2 Bed
$2,500
Results within 5 miles of Fallbrook, CA
Skye Apartments
501 W Bobier Dr
1 Bed
$1,717
2 Bed
$2,120
3 Bed
$2,523
4827 Tacayme drive
Guajome
3 Bed
$2,700
5599 Chincoteague Ct
Guajome
5 Bed
$4,400
1511 Goldrush Way
Guajome
2 Bed
$1,795
5038 Caspian Drive
Guajome
4 Bed
$2,995
31432 Lake Vista Circle
Bonsall
3 Bed
$5,000
5514 Lipizzaner Cir
Guajome
5 Bed
$3,695
4937 Sweetgrass Lane
Bonsall
4 Bed
$5,000
5080 Tranquil Way Unit# 101
Guajome
3 Bed
$2,300
5064 Via Manos Unit A
Guajome
2 Bed
$1,895
4950 Luna Drive
Guajome
3 Bed
$2,100
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City Guide
Fallbrook
Starting Your Apartment Search in Fallbrook

More people own a home in Fallbrook than rent. More specifically, only about one-third of residents are renting here, and the vacancy rate is about 8 percent. So searching for rental properties should not be too difficult, depending on what you want.

How much will you spend on your rental?

Most studios and one-bedroom apartments start at about $800 per month, while two-bedroom apartments cost closer to $1200 on average.

How to prepare to find a rental

It shouldn't take too long to find a property in Fallbrook, since the rental market is not exactly as competitive as it is in larger cities and beachside towns. But try to start your search at least a month or two before you need to move, and be sure to bring a month's worth of pay stubs to show you're employed. Plus, be prepared to have your credit checked, references called, and rental history verified by property owners who need to feel they can trust you to take care of their place.

Where to Live in Fallbrook

Fallbrook may be pretty small, but there are still some discernible neighborhoods, each of which has its own pros and cons. Here's a sampling of what you can choose from when it comes to local neighborhoods.

Pala Mesa / San Luis Rey Heights: This is among the nicer areas of Fallbrook. There are town homes for rent. If you really want to live in this suburban neighborhood, start looking at rental properties ASAP, since the vacancy rate here is only 4 percent.

De Luz: This area is known for being even more rural than the rest of Fallbrook. Rent is fairly affordable here.

Rainbow: If you want a suburban area that is known for being both trendy and hip yet peaceful, this is it. You can find small rentals and mobile homes here, though there are lots of three-bedroom houses for rent in this neighborhood as well. That seems to be the trend in Fallbrook.

Town Center:If you prefer to live in an urban Town Center may pique your interest. Its so close to the area's amenities that many people actually ride bikes to work, unlike most of Fallbrook's other neighborhoods. There are lots of rental options here, with a good mix of studio apartments, high-rise rentals, and houses. However, the vacancy rate is just under 3 percent, so you have lots of competition for finding a rental!

Getting Around

As you can likely guess, Fallbrook is rural, which means you need a car to get around. The area is mostly residential, with a few grocery stores sprinkled in among all the homes. There are also some golf courses, museums, farmers markets, and cute little mom-and-pop shops. But really, you'll need to drive to Oceanside, Temecula, and other nearby cities to get any serious shopping done, and that means taking freeways and busy streets.

Now for the good news...there's plenty of room to park in Fallbrook, so no need to work on your parallel parking skills before you move here. But seriously, if you don't have a car, the North County Transit District does offer some options for public transportation. BREEZE buses serve North County. Route 306, in particular, can take you from Fallbrook to Vista and back again every day of the week, and you can also take the Metrolink to Oceanside. But your best bet is probably to carpool to work, like so many Fallbrook residents do--hey, it's a great way to make new friends!

If you want to move to this community filled with oak trees and avocados on every corner, it's time to start looking for your next apartment. You might work up an appetite trying to find a place here. Lucky for you, there's a big bowl of guacamole waiting for you at the end!