Apartments for Rent in Garland, TX

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is the average rent in Garland, TX?

The average rent in Garland, TX is at $1,195. There are 53 apartments for rent in Garland, TX to choose from, with prices between $736 and $3,485 per month.

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Renter’s City Guide to Garland, TX

Introducing Garland Expenses & Housing Stats Jobs & Education Lifestyle & Renting Tips

Located mostly in Dallas County, Texas, Garland is a mid-sized city in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Recognized as one of the “Top 100 Places to Live” by Money magazine, Garland enjoys a low cost of living, a top-rated education system and a superb location within close proximity of downtown Dallas, as well as natural sights.

How big is Garland?

Garland has a population of 240,000, making it the 93rd-most populous city in the U.S. However, with a total area of around 57 square miles, Garland is only around 15% as big as nearby Dallas.

What cities are close to Garland?

Garland is around 20 miles northeast of downtown Dallas and a little more than 45 miles from Fort Worth. Meanwhile, Plano is around 10 miles north of the city.

What is the weather like in Garland?

Garland has a humid, subtropical climate characterized by hot, humid summers and mild winters. Highs of around 95°F are typical in July and August, while temperatures from December through February average around 57°F. Snow is extremely rare and the city enjoys an average of 228 sunny days per year. Garland experiences an average of 41 inches of rain per year, which is generally heaviest during May with around five inches. Situated on the edge of tornado valley, heavy thunderstorms and tornadoes do occasionally occur.

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What are the pros of living in Garland?

Despite how close Garland is to Dallas, residents enjoy a fairly low cost of living, with the city named the “15th-Best City in the U.S. for Saving Money.” In addition, the city is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, with a huge variety of parks, lakes and nature trails. Proximity to downtown Dallas — as well as good transportation links — are another bonus. It’s also a very diverse city, boasting the 17th-largest Vietnamese population in the U.S.

What are the cons of living in Garland?

The risk of tornadoes is a concern for most residents, although Garland has the infrastructure and early warning systems in place to avoid catastrophe. Additionally, its proximity to Dallas is a double-edged sword, as Dallas has the 12th-highest air pollution level in the country, the effects of which can be felt in Garland, mostly during the summer months.

Garland Demographic Highlights

Total Population 238,418
Female
Male
120,055
118,363
Median Age 34.3
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How much is public transportation in Garland?

Public transportation in Garland is provided by DART, which offers local and regional services throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. A one-way fare costs $2.50 on any DART service, while a day pass for local transit (including the light rail to downtown Dallas) costs $6 or $12 for regional services. Regular users can buy a monthly pass for $96 for local services or $192 for regional services.

How much does a meal cost in Garland?

On average, a three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant will cost just under $60 in Garland. A regular coffee will generally set you back $4.60. Meanwhile, a single meal in an inexpensive restaurant averages $12.

How much are utilities in Garland?

On average, expect to pay around $185 per month for basic utilities. This is based on a 915-square-foot apartment and includes heating, cooling, water, electricity and garbage disposal. An internet connection typically averages around $55 per month.

Garland Rent Statistics

Apartment Rent Ranges

$501 - $7000.7%
$701 - $1,00026.73%
$1,001 - $1,50058.15%
$1,501 - $2,00012.64%
> $20000%

Average Rent Trends

What is the average rent in Garland?

The average rent for an apartment in Garland is $1,195 per month.

What is the average apartment size in Garland?

The average apartment size in Garland is 876 sq. ft.

What is the rent for a studio apartment in Garland?

Rent for a studio apartment in Garland ranges between $975 and $1,560 per month.

What is the rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Garland?

Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in Garland ranges between $736 and $1,949 per month.

What is the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Garland?

Rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in Garland ranges between $949 and $3,165 per month.

What is the rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Garland?

Rent for a 3-bedroom apartment in Garland ranges between $1,260 and $3,485 per month.

Garland Housing Statistics

Occupied Housing Units 75,234
Owner occupied 62.5%
Renter occupied 37.5%
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What are the major industries in Garland?

Employing a little more than 12% of the local workforce, the most common industry in Garland is retail trade. The manufacturing and healthcare sectors come in at a close second, each employing a little more than 11% of the workforce.

What are Garland’s top employers?

Baylor Medical Center is one of Garland’s top employers. And, with a food manufacturing plant in the city, Kraft Foods is another major employer.

Garland Employment Statistics

White Collar 84,916
Blue Collar 33,895
White Collar 71.47%
Blue Collar 28.53%
Self Employment 11,306
Private Companies 91,773
Governmental Workers 9,539
Not for Profit Companies 6,193
Self Employment 9.52%
Private Companies 77.24%
Governmental Workers 8.03%
Not for Profit Companies 5.21%
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Does Garland have good schools?

Public education in Garland is provided by the Garland Independent School District, which provides a number of stellar establishments in and around the city. There are several highly rated high schools in the city, as well as a wealth of good elementary and middle schools.

What are the top colleges in Garland?

Richland College has a campus in Garland, offering a number of courses and training programs for everything from management skills to language training to construction skills. Alternatively, Amberton University is a fully accredited private establishment offering a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs.

Garland Education Statistics

No High School11.03%
Some High School35.94%
Some College25.09%
Associate Degree7.05%
Bachelor Degree14.41%
Graduate Degree0%
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What are the main attractions in Garland?

Granville Arts Center is a great place to enjoy a variety of events, including theater productions, art exhibitions and concerts. Garland Landmark Museum is another top pick, showcasing an array of exhibits and artifacts that date back to the town’s humble beginnings. It’s located in an old train depot, which really sets the scene. Meanwhile, movie buffs can head to the Hollywood Theater to catch a classic or take in the latest blockbuster.

Are there parks in Garland?

Garland boasts more than 2,880 acres of park land, encompassing 63 parks and six recreation centers. Audubon Park is a popular choice, home to a variety of playgrounds, golf courses, trails, soccer fields and disc golf courses. Central Park is also popular — especially among sports fans — as it offers a baseball complex, football fields, and tennis and volleyball courts. It’s also home to a Vietnam War Memorial. When you need to cool off, Surf & Swim water park has you covered. Popular with the whole family, it features a wave pool and aquatic center. Alternatively, check out the community swimming pool at Holford Park or the extreme water slides at Hawaiian Falls Water Park.

Where to go shopping in Garland?

Garland has plenty of shopping districts and malls, ensuring you’ll find all you need with ease. Firewheel Town Center is among the most popular, boasting more than 1 million square feet of retail space, as well as restaurants and other amenities.

Garland Household Statistics

Total Number of Households 75,234
Average People Per Household 3
Median Household Income$61,211
Average Household Income$76,872
Family
Non-family
56,002
19,232
Children
No Children
30,526
44,708

What are the renters’ rights in Garland?

Renters’ rights in Garland are protected by state and federal law, although there are some differences in Texas compared to other states. Tenants have a right to live in peace and quiet, and landlords must ensure this is respected. Renters also have a right to safe and habitable housing. Essential repairs must be taken care of and paid for by the landlord — although it’s worth checking exactly what “essential repairs” entails.

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