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The city of Garland is one of the largest in Dallas County, with a population estimated at more than 200,000 people. It’s situated between Dallas and Fort Worth, and it has its own airport.

This city is known for its affordable housing options—including apartments—which makes it an attractive choice for people looking to rent in the area. The average rent for an apartment here is $814 per month (as of 2018). This means you can expect to pay about 30% less than the median price for an apartment nationwide: $1,175 per month.

Garland does have a higher cost of living than most cities in Texas; this means you might need higher wages than average to afford your rent payments each month.

The average Garland renter makes around $32,000 per year, which is slightly less than half of what the typical Dallas County resident makes. While this can make it more difficult to afford an apartment in the area, there are still many affordable rentals available for those with lower incomes or families looking to save money by downsizing their living space. Renters in Garland should also keep an eye on safety when searching for apartments. Crime rates are higher here than they are throughout Texas as a

whole, and the risk of being affected by a violent crime is more than three times what it is in Dallas County. On average, however, Garland remains a safer place to live than many other cities with similar populations. The overall safety of an apartment complex or neighborhood should be one of your top priorities when you're looking for a new home.

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