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    • Rent:$1,575/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
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    Eddy,San+Francisco,CA,94109

    1575 Little Saigon Studio for rent

    Offered By. 3rd Floor Studio apartment available in a gated and professionally managed building. This clean and quiet unit is on the side of the building, and the top floor is split level, so this unit is the top level of that part of the building no upstairs neighbors. It has nice carpeted floors, with linoleum in the kitchen and bathroom. Studio…

    Eddy, San Francisco, CA 94109

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$1,950/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Pet OK
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    Welcome to your new home, great location boarding NOPA/Alamo and Anza

    conveniently located to numerous restaurants and bars along Divisadero, in either direction Walk Score of 82 as well as the Super Target! Excellent Transit Score, with the Muni only a block away as well as the Shuttle Stops along Divisadero. This apartment features the following: Amazing views of downtown, Pac Heights. Fabulous natural lighting -…

    Terra Vis at Fortune Ave, San Francisco, CA 94167

    • Available:03/03/2015
    • Rent:$2,300/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
    • Area:500
    7th+Ave+at+kirkham,San+Francisco,CA,94167

    500ft2 - LARGE Studio TOP FLOOR Hardwood Floors OCEAN! Walk-In QUIET Ucsf

    1BR / 1Ba, 500ft2, apartment laundry in building, no smoking. This building has a lot of San Francisco charm to it. built in 1939 this is located in a very nice neighborhood in the Inner Sunset. Surrounded by many food options Thai, Indian, Ethiopian, American, Japanese, etc. places to shop, very close to UCSF, and best of all Golden Gate Park…

    7th Ave at kirkham, San Francisco, CA 94167

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$2,495/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Cat OK
    • Area:510

    A distinctive address in the heart of the City

    The Lofts at One Powell offer luxurious apartments located in the elegant and historic Bank of Italy building in the heart of San Francisco. Experience dynamic views of the City from oversized arched windows in spacious rooms with 15-foot ceilings. Across from the San Francisco Centre, near Union, convenient to the financial district, SFMOMA,…

    Cyril Magnin St, San Francisco, CA 94102

    • Available:04/01/2015
    • Rent:$2,495/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
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    Apartment in move in condition in San Francisco

    Top Floor, recently remodeled, spacious studio with large living room/bedroom and eat in kitchen. Both the kitchen and the bathroom have been remodeled. Great light and closet space. Double paned windows keep the unit air tight and cozy. This unit is in the back of the building with Pacific Heights! And very quiet! Walking distance to Chestnut,…

    Francisco at Octavia, San Francisco, CA 94123

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$2,495/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Pet OK
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    The Best of the Best in the City of San Francisco! Save Big

    This remodeled studio is on the 5th floor of an elevator building only a few blocks to the heart of Hayes Valley. It is only a few blocks to both BART and underground MUNI and has easy freeway access. Unit features: Remodeled kitchen with stainless steel appliances including gas stove no dishwasher. Hardwood floors throughout. Two walk-in closets.…

    Fulton at Gough, San Francisco, CA 94167

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$2,590/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
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    & Clement/Geary heart of restaurants/shops

    1BR / 1Ba, apartment laundry in building, no smoking. A one bedroom apartment is for rent with kitchen and bathroom. This contemporary well-maintained 6 units apartment building is located in the heart of Inner, where many restaurants and shopping are just around the corner. Pub is half a block away. Close to universities, such as, USF & UCSF. 24…

    3rd Ave at Clement, San Francisco, CA 94167

    • Available:03/27/2015
    • Rent:$2,661/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Call
    • Area:460

    San Francisco, Great Location, Studio Apartment

    Apartment for rent in San Francisco. Price range $2661 - $2983. Close to dining and shops, bright, gas stove, trash…

    Bayside Village Pl, San Francisco, CA 94107

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$2,700/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
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    Beautiful Upper Floor One Bedroom on Mason

    1BR / 1Ba, apartment laundry on site, no smoking. ! The owner pays for all utilities! Situated within walking distance to downtown, shopping, transportation and other conveniences the location cannot be beat. ! The owner pays for all utilities! a tenant would only have to pay for cable/internet if they want it. The unit includes one huge walk-in…

    Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94108

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$2,895/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
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    Apartment only for $2,895/mo. You Can Stop Looking Now

    This is a large remodeled one bedroom apartment in a beautifully maintained elevator building located in Pac Heights. Convenient to everything along trendy Trendy Polk and only 1. 5 blocks from Lafayette Park. A Walker s Paradise with Amelie, Dunya, Star Bucks, Whole Foods, Toast, Miller s East Coast Deli and much much more only moments away.…

    Clay at Franklin St, San Francisco, CA 94167

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.