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Sierra Park
11611 Ferguson Rd
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Landmark at Lake Village North
241 E Interstate 30
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Landmark at Lake Village East Apartment Homes
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Brentwood Trace
4622 N Jupiter Rd
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Belmont At Duck Creek Apartments
6202 Duck Creek Dr
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Shiloh Oaks
2379 Apollo Rd
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Landmark at Spring Creek Apartment Homes
1802 Apollo Rd
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Oaks 5th Street Crossing
351 N 5th St
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Montecito Creek
11330 Amanda Ln
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Gateway Crossing
380 Vistacourt Dr
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South Pointe
12660 Jupiter Rd
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Canterbury Courts
2600 E Renner Rd
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Hampton Greens Apartments
10911 Woodmeadow Pkwy
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11700 Audelia Rd
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The Gateway
350 VistaCourt Drive
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Twelve 6 Ten At The Park
12610 Jupiter Rd
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13015 Audelia Rd
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12920 Audelia Rd
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City Guide
King of Your Own Hill

Despite the fact that Garland, Texas inspired craven comedy mastermind Mike Judge's animated series "King of the Hill," don't move here prepared to don an unfortunate buzzcut and charcoal-besmirched muscle tee. Although the citizens of Garland are notoriously friendly, looking like you hang out in a greasy vat of bad judgment might force your new neighbors' cookies and milk brigade to nervously unload their wares and to back away slowly.

Just northeast of Dallas proper, Garland maintains an adorably authentic small-town vibe despite a population of 220,000 complete with neighborhoods that date back from the 1850s and range from positively grimy to cinematically idyllic. It’s is home to a vast array of folks of all skin tones, ages, shapes, sizes, and net worth, so there’s really something for everyone, except people who hate football. Should you be anti-pigskin, know that high school football is a mainstay - nay, a requisite - of Garland community life. Be prepared to dust off your pom-poms for the Friday night lights.

For outdoorsy types, Garland is a veritable paradise. There's a ton of open space. Go par for the course at Oakridge Country Club, practice your sweet hacky sack skills at Audoban Park, cool off at Hawaiian Falls Water Park, or catch a delicious bass at Lake Ray Hubbard.

For night owls, it's reasonable to say you won't be table dancing till last call at some nouveau disco called DIVINIO, but you can trot off to Dallas when the itch to get freaky strikes, or you can hitch up your skirt to some fine country tunes at the Garland Opry. The Patty Granville Performing Arts center features a variety of theatrical and musical events yearlong. Across town you'll find a wide range of dining options whether you prefer your meat in a bun with fries or on fine china accompanied by potatoes au gratin. Vegetarians: welcome to Texas, you're on your own.

Where To Rest Your Weary Tush

Rent in Garland is pretty inexpensive. Across town you can find studios that go for about $500, one bedrooms for $650, and two bedrooms for $1000. Typically utilities will be included in the rent. A 12 month lease is standard, but often negotiable, and Garland maintains stringent rental inspection and enforcement of building codes, so it's highly unlikely that you'll get swindled into living in a pizza box with a toilet that constantly catches fire.

It's generally recommended that you stay to the north of downtown when considering an apartment rental. This is where you'll be able to incite the jealous rage of your out-of-town friends by throwing around terms such as "old-world charm" and "park-like setting" when describing your new environs. Most of the residential zoning in Garland is dedicated to single family homes occupied by good old fashioned nuclear family units. Apartments in Garland are often used by single folks and single-parent families, and employees of GISD, so here's a snazzy secret: if you work for the school district you'll typically get a small discount on rent. Who says working in education isn't lucrative?

You are going to need a car wherever you live in the city. Life is a bit spread out and not terribly walk-friendly, but the good news is that Garland has one of the best traffic situations in all of Texas and you'll never be stuck in gridlock. Garland has two DART stations, and these public transit trains can whisk you to Dallas within 45 minutes.

Nary a Tumbleweed: Downtown Garland

For an authentic small-town vibe, downtown will be your best bet. The historic downtown square, anchored by a bubbling fountain, teems with family-owned restaurants and quirky mom-and-pop boutiques peddling everything from pink flamingoes and ten-gallon hats to artisan balsa wood turtles. Every first Saturday of the month, downtown Garland holds an outdoor craft fair.

‘Blue Velvet’ Sans Existential Surrealist Nightmare Stuff: North and Northwest Garland

In the neighborhoods directly north and northwest of downtown – such as Walnut Creek Estates, Arapaho, Oakridge, and Holford – you can expect structures with an authentic vintage suburban feel. These neighborhoods are the spitting image of the American Dream; what you think of when you imagine the picturesque suburban communities of cinema, comprised mostly of single-family homes dating from the 1940s to the 1970s set on tree-lined streets, and probably someone's grandpa watering a lawn at all times. There are some apartment buildings in the area, but you can also rent one of the aforementioned single-family homes, which typically have 3-5 bedrooms, for around $1400. That's a laundry closet in San Francisco!

Le Crown Jewel: Firewheel

Firewheel, Garland's newest neighborhood, is also the most popular. Built up from the mid-1990s into today, you'll find upscale planned communities in this oasis surrounded by greenery just a few miles north of downtown. It's home to Firewheel Golf Club and Garland's 'crown jewel': the shopping mecca of Firewheel Acres shopping center, where department stores and restaurants abound. Homes in this area range from $200,000 to millions of dollars, and apartment rentals consist mostly of highly manicured modern developments. A studio will start at about $750 up here, but it's probably worth the price hike, as you'll definitely have a lot of modern amenities and appliances; the majority of these spaces were built with the contemporary tech-savvy adult in mind.

Now that you have more useful tips than you can shake a “Don’t Mess With Texas” knick-knack at, we’re confident you’ll have no trouble finding a good spot to settle in the lone star state. Good luck out there, not that you’ll need it.

Garland Renter Confidence Survey
National study of renter confidence in the economy, homeownership, and cities
Here's how Garland ranks on:
A+ Overall satisfaction
B+ Safety and crime rate
C- Jobs and career opportunities
C- Recreational activities
C+ Affordability
F Quality of schools
C+ Weather
B Commute time
B+ State and local taxes
C+ Public transit
D Pet-friendliness
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Overview of Findings

Apartment List has released results for Garland from the second annual Apartment List Renter Satisfaction Survey. The survey, which drew on responses from over 30,000 renters, provides insight into what states and cities must do to meet the needs of the 105 million American renters nationwide.

“Overall, Garland renters seem very satisfied with their city,” says Andrew Woo, Director of Data Science at Apartment List. “However, several categories received below-average scores.”

Key findings in Garland include the following:

  • Garland renters give their city an A+ overall for satisfaction.
  • The highest-rated categories for Garland were safety and state and local taxes, which both received a B+ score.
  • According to our results, renters were somewhat dissatisfied with affordability (C+), access to public transit (C+), and local job and career opportunities (C-).
  • The largest cause of dissatisfaction for Garland renters was the quality of local schools, which received an F.
  • Garland ranks highly for overall renter satisfaction, along with other North Texas cities such as Grand Prairie (A+), Irving (A), Plano (A-), and Mesquite (A-).
  • The top rated cities nationwide for renter satisfaction included Arlington, VA; Lincoln, NE; Pasadena, CA; Boston, MA; and Madison, WI. The lowest rated cities included Newark, NJ; Bronx, NY; Bridgeport, CT; Baltimore, MD; and Salinas, CA.