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    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$2,335/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Pet OK
    • Area:615

    Convenient location 1 bed 1 bath for rent

    A Great Location! A Great To Live! Come see our NEWLY RENOVATED apartment homes! The private, quiet hillside setting of Avalon at Diamond Heights combines the culture and glamour of San Francisco with the convenience of suburban living. Just a few minutes away you will find eclectic restaurants, cultural attractions, upscale shopping and the…

    Diamond Heights Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94131

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$2,834/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Pet OK
    • Area:636

    Looking for a to live. Pet OK

    Look no further! AVA at 55 Ninth is a new kind of living space in a stretch of Mid-Market that's directly across from the new Twitter headquarters, and convenient to downtown, the Civic Center, Hayes Valley, the Mission and Castro, and pretty much everything else in San Francisco. From Coffee Mine and M Caf to Heart of the City's Farmer's Market…

    9th St, San Francisco, CA 94103

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$1,200/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
    • Area:
    25th+Ave+at+lawton+moraga,San+Francisco,CA,94122

    one furnished in law bedroom

    1BR / 1Ba, furnished, in-law, street parking, no smoking. One bedroom, one bathroom and a living room. Located in central sunset district. Separate entrance. No pets please. Close to N streetcar and 71 bus line. Shopping is very convenient. Secondary #…

    25th Ave at lawton moraga, San Francisco, CA 94122

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$1,200/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
    • Area:
    25th+Ave.+at+Anza,San+Francisco,CA,94121

    1200 619-. Studio withkitchen

    0BR / 1Ba, apartment, street parking. 10 unit apartment, top floor-rear unit studio, approx. 12 x 15 one room & small kitchenette with stove, refrigerator. No pet, No smoking. No parking. closed to transportation on bus line. to…

    25th Ave. at Anza, San Francisco, CA 94121

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$1,450/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
    • Area:
    Post+St,San+Francisco,CA,94109

    1450 Bright and Beautiful Studio Apartment in San Francisco

    0BR / 1Ba, apartment, laundry in building, street parking. Walk-in closet, complete kitchen and full bathroom. There is a laundry facility in the building. SORRY, NO…

    Post St, San Francisco, CA 94109

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$1,750/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Cat OK
    • Area:225

    Small Chinatown 2-Room Apartment - Hardwood, Granite Kitchen, Full Bath

    Mini Chinatown One Bedroom - 225 Square feet Great use of small space. Super location central to downtown, Union square, Chinatown and transportation. Hardwood floors, high ceilings, 4 windows and gas wall heater. 1st room has a wall kitchen with lot's of cabinets, granite counter, gas range and small under counter refrigerator. 2nd room has…

    Brooklyn Pl, San Francisco, CA 94108

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$1,750/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
    • Area:
    47th+Ave+at+Lincoln+Way,San+Francisco,CA,94122

    1750/ 1 bedroom-1234 -47Ave by Lincoln Near Ocean Beach & G. G. Park

    1BR / 1Ba, apartment, no smoking. $1,750/1br - G Park sunset / parkside, 1BR 450ft2 Open House: Saturday, 2014 2 to 5 p. m. See to appreciate. Cozy split-level Loft type apartment with wood burning fireplace in bedroom with high beam ceiling and track lights on the top floor and living room with kitchenette on the lower floor with also track…

    47th Ave at Lincoln Way, San Francisco, CA 94122

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$1,800/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
    • Area:775

    775ft - $1800 / 1BR and Bath with Cable/Internet

    Bedrooms: 1 Bed; Bathrooms: 1 Bath; Parking: None; Lease Duration: 1 Year; Deposit: $1,800; Pets Po No Pets Allowed; Laundry: Shared; Floor: Lower Unit; Single Family House; This is a cute private 1 bedroom 1 bath separate in-law apartment. The unit has a shared entrance but completely private. The space comes with kitchenette, bathroom, 1 bedroom…

    34th Ave at Cabrillo, San Francisco, CA 94121

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$1,850/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Call
    • Area:
    Mason+at+Pine,San+Francisco,CA,94108

    1850 Top Floor Studio Open House Saturday

    0BR / 1Ba, apartment, Studio for rent. $1,850. cross is Pine; Remodeled new paint granite countertop in kitchen area, new hardwood floors Gas stove in kitchen area which most chefs prefer Top floor, front of building so some view GREAT location close enough to downtown and south of market to walk to work, cafs, shops, department stores, financial…

    Mason at Pine, San Francisco, CA 94108

    • Available:05/09/2014
    • Rent:$2,110/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Call
    • Area:415

    San Francisco - superb Apartment nearby fine dining. Parking Available

    The Terraces Apartments is a San Francisco high-rise nestled in the Polk Gulch area of Lower Nob Hill, situated just a block to the many neighborhood shops and restaurants on Polk. We are in walking distance to the BART and MUNI, as well as Academy of Art University, FIDM and SFAI. Our newly renovated studio and one-bedroom apartments feature…

    Bush St, San Francisco, CA 94109

Things to Consider when Renting an Apartment
Price:  San Francisco is one of the most progressive, thriving cities in the nation right now.  The benefits of living here are many, but the price and apartment availability reflects just how in-demand city life is.  Kiplingers rates San Francisco as having the 6th highest Cost of Living Index in the U.S., and apartment rentals are no exception.  Average rates in San Francisco, even for a 1 bedroom unit, can exceed $2,000 per month.  Now, take a moment to pick yourself up off the floor, and let's look at some of the good news.  The city does have rent control laws in place for apartments built before 1979 — which includes most of them — so you know if you're renting one of these units, your rent, however steep, won't spike suddenly.
Season:  Spring and summer are the most difficult times to find a place, with winter as the quietest season.  Students keep things busy in spring and summer, but finding an apartment even in quieter times is a challenge.
 
Be Prepared to Be Impulsive:  We realize that this advice seems out of place when we're talking about finding the right apartment, but when it comes to San Francisco, apartments get snatched up quickly.  If you see a place you like, you are guaranteed that someone else will see it as well, and if you decide to «sleep on it,» it could cost you the apartment, and cause another several weeks or months of arduous searching.  If you see a place you like, snag it immediately. You could luck into an apartment in only a few hours. Don't let that opportunity pass you by, because it won't happen that easily the second time.

Be Prepared to Be Thorough:  When searching for an apartment in San Francisco, you're going to have to be more prepared than the other guy looking for a place to hang his hat.  Treat your apartment search the same way you'd treat a job search — and not only a job search, but a job interview for the singular position of your dream job.  If you blow this, you won't get another shot.  That sounds like hyperbole, and it is, but putting yourself in that mindset will help you get prepared.  Get yourself a three-ring binder and organize it with all the documentation you'll need. This includes your credit report, your rental application, proof of income by means of a letter of employment, pay stubs, etc., several references, and if you're planning on living with a pet, you'll want to include documentation of veterinary visits and immunizations. Save up enough for the first month's rent and a security deposit, if you can, and have your checkbook ready.  A deposit paid on the spot could mean the difference between you and the other renters.