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2929 Gough St., San Francisco, California
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$500 USD / month
49 Walter St # A, San Francisco, California
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$650 USD / month
640 Clay Street, San Francisco, California
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$750 USD / month
858 - 870 Clay St., San Francisco, California
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371-377 Broadway Street, San Francisco, California
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$795 USD / month
205 9th Street, San Francisco, California
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$795 USD / month
809 Stockton Street, San Francisco, California
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$800 USD / month
205 9th Street, San Francisco, California
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205 9th Street, San Francisco, California
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205 9th Street, San Francisco, California
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$850 USD / month
205 9th Street, San Francisco, California
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$850 USD / month
205 9th Street, San Francisco, California
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205 9th Street, San Francisco, California
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$875 USD / month
205 9th Street, San Francisco, California
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$875 USD / month
205 9th Street, San Francisco, California
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$875 USD / month
205 9th Street, San Francisco, California
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$890 USD / month
235 Upper Ter, San Francisco, California
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Apartments for rent San Francisco, CA

San Francisco apartments for rent are the most expensive in the country.  San Francisco is the perfect place for prospective tenants who enjoy a picturesque setting as they explore Fisherman's Wharf or even Chinatown. Also known as the "City by the Bay," San Francisco is the one of the best places to find the freshest seafood, and if seafood is not your thing, there is always authentic Chinese food to enjoy, right in the heart of Chinatown. Of course, beach lovers will enjoy the miles and miles of beautiful coastline.

Unlike southern California, San Francisco's weather features cool ocean currents, meaning a better chance at four changing seasons. Prospective renters should not be surprised if winter even features a snowflake or two or three. San Francisco is known for its frequent earthquakes, but that should not keep prospective renters from finding an affordable apartment for rent. The apartment guide and apartment finder tools on ApartmentLove.com will help prospective tenants to find the apartment for rent, studio apartment, room for rent, or cheap apartment that is right for them.

Many people call San Francisco, California home. With a strong service economy that includes financial services and high technology, the cost of living is significantly higher than normal. One of the largest employers in San Francisco is the city government. Apartments for rent, studio apartments, or even rooms for rent can be in high demand at any given time of the year. It is not likely that cheap apartment for rent in San Francisco will become available now, or in the near future.  Many landlords, property owners, and property managers may take advantage of this, and many rental agreements or contracts may be priced higher than average.

Apartment Rentals San Francisco, CA ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 277 $200 $3,600
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 507 $500 $5,900
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 312 $1,000 $8,700
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 236 $1,100 $35,000

While looking for San Francisco apartments for rent, studio apartments, rooms for rent, or condos, prospective renters should keep the following in mind:

Renting Apartments in Large Cities

Large metropolitan areas like San Francisco attract many prospective tenants because of opportunity and diverse activities. It goes without saying that large cities are more prone to crime because of the larger population. Planning several visits to apartments for rent during different times of the day and night will give a better idea of how the neighborhood and community changes. It is very important to know what the chances are of a crime happening in your neighborhood before you sign a long term lease or contract.

Construction of New Apartment Buildings

As businesses grow within San Francisco or relocate from different parts of the country, it is safe to bet that apartment owners, real estate investors, and commercial developers will take notice of this and form plans to build new apartment complexes or even high rise towers. Most will even take notice of the features and amenities that are high in demand for prospective tenants. If it is your goal to find a newer apartment building, it could work to your advantage to sign a short term lease to leave yourself free to move easily to a new complex or development.

Monthly Rental Budget

Living in San Francisco is expensive!  Apartments for rent in San Francisco cost as much as four times the price as apartments in the valley, which is only an hour and a half away.  If a prospective tenant cannot keep their monthly budget in check, life will be difficult. Here is where it is necessary to decide what features and amenities you really need in your apartment for rent. Do you really need a heated, indoor pool, or could you get by with just using the one at the gym? You would be surprised how these small features add up by the end of the month.

Apartment Rentals San Francisco, CA ActiveListings Minimum Rent Maximum Rent
Studio Apartments for Rent 277 $200 $3,600
1 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 507 $500 $5,900
2 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 312 $1,000 $8,700
3 Bedroom Apartments for Rent 236 $1,100 $35,000

San Francisco apartments for rent are the most expensive in the country.  San Francisco is the perfect place for prospective tenants who enjoy a picturesque setting as they explore Fisherman's Wharf or even Chinatown. Also known as the "City by the Bay," San Francisco is the one of the best places to find the freshest seafood, and if seafood is not your thing, there is always authentic Chinese food to enjoy, right in the heart of Chinatown. Of course, beach lovers will enjoy the miles and miles of beautiful coastline.

Unlike southern California, San Francisco's weather features cool ocean currents, meaning a better chance at four changing seasons. Prospective renters should not be surprised if winter even features a snowflake or two or three. San Francisco is known for its frequent earthquakes, but that should not keep prospective renters from finding an affordable apartment for rent. The apartment guide and apartment finder tools on ApartmentLove.com will help prospective tenants to find the apartment for rent, studio apartment, room for rent, or cheap apartment that is right for them.

Many people call San Francisco, California home. With a strong service economy that includes financial services and high technology, the cost of living is significantly higher than normal. One of the largest employers in San Francisco is the city government. Apartments for rent, studio apartments, or even rooms for rent can be in high demand at any given time of the year. It is not likely that cheap apartment for rent in San Francisco will become available now, or in the near future.  Many landlords, property owners, and property managers may take advantage of this, and many rental agreements or contracts may be priced higher than average.

While looking for San Francisco apartments for rent, studio apartments, rooms for rent, or condos, prospective renters should keep the following in mind:

Renting Apartments in Large Cities

Large metropolitan areas like San Francisco attract many prospective tenants because of opportunity and diverse activities. It goes without saying that large cities are more prone to crime because of the larger population. Planning several visits to apartments for rent during different times of the day and night will give a better idea of how the neighborhood and community changes. It is very important to know what the chances are of a crime happening in your neighborhood before you sign a long term lease or contract.

Construction of New Apartment Buildings

As businesses grow within San Francisco or relocate from different parts of the country, it is safe to bet that apartment owners, real estate investors, and commercial developers will take notice of this and form plans to build new apartment complexes or even high rise towers. Most will even take notice of the features and amenities that are high in demand for prospective tenants. If it is your goal to find a newer apartment building, it could work to your advantage to sign a short term lease to leave yourself free to move easily to a new complex or development.

Monthly Rental Budget

Living in San Francisco is expensive!  Apartments for rent in San Francisco cost as much as four times the price as apartments in the valley, which is only an hour and a half away.  If a prospective tenant cannot keep their monthly budget in check, life will be difficult. Here is where it is necessary to decide what features and amenities you really need in your apartment for rent. Do you really need a heated, indoor pool, or could you get by with just using the one at the gym? You would be surprised how these small features add up by the end of the month.

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