Many residents of the former Woodbridge are a little touchy about their impromptu change of address, so it should suffice to say that Marumsco includes part of Woodbridge and that a rental home in one half of Woodbridge is also a rental home in Marumsco. There, now that isn't confusing at all. So if you want to be Old School about it, you can say that your new rental apartment is in Woodbridge. If you want to be New School about it, you should say that you live in Marumsco! Unless of course you actually live in the part of Marumsco that never was a part of Woodbridge...but you get the point! Just be neighborly and everything will work out fine.
On average, Marumsco gets about 198 days of sunshine per year, which is really quite nice for this part of the country and pretty much on par with the average sunshine the rest of America gets each year. The average rainfall is dead-on for the American annual average, at 47 inches. The summers are beautiful, warm and a little humid, with highs around 88 degrees Fahrenheit. The January lows are close to 26 degrees Fahrenheit, which makes Marumsco moderately warmer and milder than most other cities in the United States. And of course, let's not forget about the amazing Fall months full of colorful changing leaves as summer cools down and winter pulls into town. Send some photos to jealous family and friends to remind them how great your town is - they'll love it.
The rental cost of a home in this town is relative to its location. In old Woodbridge, homes are more expensive than they are in old Marumsco, although the Woodbridge apartments are likely to be newer and pool-adjacent. Rental houses are scarce so if you have your hopes set on something bigger than an apartment, you'll need to be persistent and possibly take up residence in a nice apartment while waiting to find something a little more your style.