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    • Rent:$1,750/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
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    Turk+at+Hyde,San+Francisco,CA,94167

    1750 The Master of Mid-Market - Market / Tenderloin / Powell

    Situated right on the edge of the rapidly changing 'New Market' corridor. Five minute walk to Market MUNI and BART Stations, and the Van Ness. bus lines, Newly renovated Bright, clean and raised above level noise, Hardwood Floors Gas Range, Built-In Storage RentSFNow is the exclusive leasing agent for over 3, 000 units throughout the City of San…

    Turk at Hyde, San Francisco, CA 94167

    • Available:11/19/2014
    • Rent:$2,425/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
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    Outstanding Opportunity To Live At The San Francisco City Club

    This spacious 1-bedroom apartment is located on the second floor of a quiet, beautiful building at the corner of Broderick & Bush in Lower Pac Heights. The apartment boasts wall-to-wall hardwood floors and uniquely characteristic, San Francisco accents. Located in Lower Pac Heights, the unit is just blocks from many shopping, dining, and…

    Broderick St, San Francisco, CA 94115

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$2,641/mo
    • Bedrooms:2 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Pet OK
    • Area:920

    Outstanding Opportunity To Live At The San Francisco City Club

    Experience a unique and complete living experience in our San Francisco apartments for rentParkmerced, San Francisco's largest community with plenty of apartments for rent, offers two lifestyle options: bright and spacious high rise flats with amazing lake and ocean views or townhomes with classic character. Sprawled across more than 150 acres of…

    19th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94132

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$3,250/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
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    Charming Ashbury Hts. Parking Available

    Top Floor Unit withPrivate Deck, Landscaped Garden, Garage, Laundry, This charming top floor apartment with private balcony is one of a kind! Access to the landscaped large garden makes this unit special! It is located right over the hill from Cole Valley, just above Castro and close to UCSF Parnassus campus. Even some views of the Golden Gate…

    Clayton St, San Francisco, CA 94117

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$3,995/mo
    • Bedrooms:2 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Pet OK
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    Duboce+at+Church,San+Francisco,CA,94167

    Charisma at the Crossroads - / Mission / Noe / Dolores

    Presenting the Champion of Church, Deliverance on - Charming, newly renovated apartments situated in one of the most convenient, utilitarian locations in all of San Francisco. Situated directly along the N Judah and J Church MUNI lines, with direct access to Downtown. Only a few blocks from the endless recreation of the Mission. 2 Blocks from the…

    Duboce at Church, San Francisco, CA 94167

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$4,069/mo
    • Bedrooms:1 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Pet OK
    • Area:855

    Apartment for rent in San Francisco. Pet OK

    Parking is limited to one parking spot per household at a $300 monthly rate. 1, View1. Close to dining and shops, bright, gas stove, trash…

    Polk St, San Francisco, CA 94102

    • Available:12/15/2014
    • Rent:$1,495/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:Call
    • Area:300
    21st+Ave+at+Pacheco,San+Francisco,CA,94167

    Beautiful, Large Studio apartment available in

    0BR / 1Ba, 300ft2, in-law street parking, no smoking. Large Studio Apartment Studio apartment with hardwood floors, nice kitchen, good size closet, huge bathroom with windows and plenty of street parking. Located in the sunset district of San Francisco Pacheco & UCSF, CCSF, USF, most pub MUNI, Bus, BART. Only two blocks from near Stone Stown Mall,…

    21st Ave at Pacheco, San Francisco, CA 94167

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$1,550/mo
    • Bedrooms:2 Bed
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
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    1550 apartment for Rent S. F

    0BR, apartment, available oct Spacious Sunny & Bright in-law 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, Living room, Kitchen. Close to City Collage of square feet and square feet State U. Next to Bus Line 54 & 29. Share utilities with upper unit To move in 2 months deposits plus rent. No pets allow. Open house on Saturday 11/01/14 from 11; 30a. m. to noon. Any questions…

    Granada Ave, San Francisco, CA 94112

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$2,000/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
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    2000 $2000+ Sunny top floor studio Heart of HV laundry elevator

    0BR, apartment laundry in building, no smoking. 225 . across the from the new SFJAZZ center Newly remodeled with wood floors, new paint etc $2,100. TOP FLOOR with view of Garden GREAT Sun and light. RENTED $ Remodeling completed! Great kitchen layout - Available Nov 1 Gas stoves, frost free fridges, room for a cafe table in kitchen New front…

    Fell at Franklin, San Francisco, CA 94167

    • Available:Now
    • Rent:$2,125/mo
    • Bedrooms:Studio
    • Bathrooms:1 Bath
    • Pets:No Pets
    • Area:300

    Apartment in great location

    Vintage Building, Coin-operated laundry room, Parking lot next door, call Execupark, Secure entry, Convenient to transportation, Elevator, 4 blocks to Powell BART station, Mail delivery, Walk to Union Square, Theatre District, Recently remodeled, Charming Victorain details, Large windows, High ceilings, Hardwood Floors, Carpet Floors, Shower over…

    Taylor St, San Francisco, CA 94102

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.