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The City of Stockton is an exciting metropolis situated at the northern end of that state’s Central Valley approximately fifty-miles south of the state capitol in Sacramento. Equidistant from the 24/7 gambling culture of Reno, Nevada to the east and the refinements afforded by San Francisco to the west, Stockton is the nexus of Northern California living.

Housing for Stockton’s nearly 300,000 inhabitants offers an eclectic selection across the town’s expansive municipal borders. Located in the heart of the California Central Valley, seemingly hundreds of miles from any sea access, Stockton is in fact one of the great ports of California, owing to the ocean connections made by the Sacramento Delta system.

A city of renters, upwards of fifty percent of the population rents, and nearly a third of the housing stock is comprised of small apartment buildings and high-rise apartment complexes, so finding an apartment in Stockton is relatively easy. What might be difficult is choosing among the many great neighborhoods that comprise Stockton for the absolute best place to rent.


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As of October 2017, the average apartment rent in Stockton, CA is $870 for a studio, $882 for one bedroom, $1,132 for two bedrooms, and $1,126 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Stockton has increased by 5.5% in the past year.

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51 Walk Score® Somewhat Walkable
33 Transit Score® Some Transit
60 Bike Score® Bikeable



A sophisticated public transportation system knits the community together, and provides ready access to the many Stockton residents who need to get to work, school, and play. As seen from the sections above, there is plenty of things to do in and around Stockton, and the San Joaquin Regional Transit District operates a full schedule of buses and trams to get area residents from Point A to Point B around town with relative ease. Additionally, for regional travel, the town hosts a local Amtrak station, and the I-5 freeway bifurcates town in two while providing ready access to all parts of the Golden State.


When one considers the great shopping capitals of the world, the City of Stockton, California does not immediately spring to mind, but, in fact, great shopping is one of the town’s best-kept secrets. Residents have diverse retail offerings in the heart of the downtown district at the Lincoln Center. Home to more than 90 shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues, Lincoln Center has been serving the Stockton, California area for more than six decades. For direct freeway access, located at the intersection of the I-5 freeway and Eight Mile Road, Park West Place features convenient shopping and great food at any of the many available eateries. At one time at the heart of the California Gold Rush, the Stockton area is also excellent for antiquing opportunities. Perusing the out-of-the way garage and yard sales will provide hours of entertainment for the antique collector in the family.


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