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72 apartments for rent in Stockton, CA

8033 Farin Court
Valley Oak
4 Bed
$1,495
129 Magnolia Street
Civic Center
2 Bed
$795
8905 Davis Rd. #E32
Stonewood
1 Bed
$750
1106 S San Joaquin
Civic Center
2 Bed
$725
1104 S San Joaquin
Civic Center
2 Bed
$675
Karlsberg Circle
Lakeview
2 Bed
$855
5021 Timepiece Circle
Brookside
4 Bed
$1,595
1 Bed
$675
2 Bed
$775
1 Bed
$720
2 Bed
$820
4850 Kentfield - Unit 12A
Pacific
2 Bed
$700
742 PONCE DE LEON AVE - UNIT 3
Bear Creek
3 Bed
$800
1905 N El Dorado St.
Pacific
1 Bed
$700
1905 N El Dorado St.
Pacific
1 Bed
$745
1245 Victoria Avenue
Pacific
3 Bed
$975
7525 NW 61ST TER 2304
Park
3 Bed
$2,500
4860 Kentfield - Unit 10B
Pacific
1 Bed
$600
3632 S. Merrimac Circle
Lincoln Village West
2 Bed
$1,350
3743 Towers Place
Stockton
3 Bed
$1,695
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City Guide
Stockton
Stockton must-knows…

Accommodation: A recent history of the housing market in Stockton reads like much of the rest of the U.S. In other words, there are lots of vacant single-family homes in city-expansion sectors. As one travels away from the CBD, expect fewer apartments and more tract homes. The bust has lowered apartment rates a bit but the steady influx of college kids mitigates against any demand drain. That said, there is a decent selection of complexes closer in (just north of the Crosstown Freeway). You’ll also find historic Spanish bungalows (often broken up into duplexes) in these areas. Finally, a high turnover at the end of each semester means you’re better off looking for apartments during early summer and midwinter.

Transportation: Stockton’s a relatively bike-unfriendly town (considering it’s on the West Coast). There is a trolley that runs up and down Pacific Ave. (“the Ave”) from University of the Pacific, but the local buses are sort of a nightmare. Your best tack here is if you don’t own a car, try to make friends with folks who do.

Where does the Governator’s mistress live?

Hmm.. Not sure. Why do you need to know? More important is what neighborhood is right for you. To that end, peruse these hand-picked suggestions:

UOP/Pacific Ave.: If you need to be able to walk to the happenin’ commercial area, you’ll wanna live as close to the Miracle Mile (Pacific Ave. near Castle St.) as possible. Yes, there are lots of students around here, but honestly UOP isn’t a mammoth. $550/month will get you a nice studio; $750 and up for 2BD/1BA. If inexpensive’s your game, take a room in a home for around $350/month (but don’t expect private pool access).

Downtown: Rent’s not much higher in Downtown Stockton than in other sectors. $525/month will still get you a decent studio in a larger complex; the only difference is the utilities are usually paid and your landlord will expect a lease (6 months is standard). Downtown’s your pick if you need to be close to the Civic Center and public transportation.

Lincoln Village: This is the original suburban expansion area in north Stockton. However, you sacrifice that smalltown charm as you head up the Ave. Think strip malls. And real malls. (Then again, there’s Chuck’s Hamburgers!) LV is perhaps the spendiest part of Stockton: expect at least $700/month for 1BD/1BA and $1000/month for 2BD/1BA to live off Ben Holt Dr.

Spanos Park: Clean, and suburban, Spanos is made up of mostly tract homes and gated communities. If you’re looking for some extra rooms and a two-car garage, you’ll be in heaven. 1800 sq. ft. 3BR/2.5BAs generally run around $1500/month. A single room in one of these babies should cost you less than $500/month.