The average price for an Orange County apartment is $1,093 per month.
The median rent for an apartment is a little more than $1 per square foot.
But how much of that is fair?
If you’re looking for a studio, a three-bedroom, or a one-bedroom in Orange, you should probably buy into the neighborhood.
Orange County, which is the fourth-most expensive county in the United States for rent, is home to some of the most expensive apartments in the country.
According to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, the average price of a three bedroom in Orange is $2,904.
The average rent for a one bedroom is $3,064.
Orange is a neighborhood that tends to have a few “satellite” apartments.
Some of those are owned by businesses that are part of the neighborhood’s neighborhood, such as the Orange County Fairgrounds and the Orange City Center.
There are also some apartment buildings that are owned or managed by a company that is part of a nearby neighborhood.
The company that owns those buildings should not be paying a rent higher than the rent that the average person in the neighborhood pays.
However, the company that has the building in question should be paying the rent, and they should not have to pay the rent in a way that hurts their bottom line.
If you need an apartment that’s affordable, go to an apartment with a tenant-owned company.
That way, the tenant will be getting a rent reduction.
The rent should be a fair deal.
For example, if you live in a three roomed apartment, the rent should not exceed $1.50 per square feet.
That’s the fair rent in Orange.
In addition, if the rent is more than the median rent in your neighborhood, the landlord should pay a fair amount of money to the tenants.
Rent in Orange: The median salary for an employee in Orange Is $41,066.
The state average is $44,874.
The county average is around $40,817.
The city average is between $45,819 and $50,000.
Rent is a good deal if you can find it.
But be aware that some of Orange’s apartment complexes are owned and managed by companies that aren’t in the area.
This means that your rent may be too high.
In Orange, some apartment complexes charge high rents to people who live in apartments with their own companies.
So, if your rent is too high, you may want to consider finding a tenant that can afford the rent without being in the business.