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Introducing San Diego, California
Here is information on rentals for San Diego, a perfect city for your next rental home or apartment, and a well-known part of the great state of CA. San Diego has 332 submarkets. Apartment shoppers who reside in this municipal area are from many parts of California. People here love San Diego, California for many different desires, amongst which are location, pricing education and schools, and the life they have when living in this city. Our team has researched all these factors for choosing San Diego, CA. ApartmentHomeLiving features 12,321 multifamily communities open and ready in this town.
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Getting Around San Diego
Rated by WalkScore as having high-walkability, this part of town is one where you will want to leave your car or truck behind and get out and explore. The urban density, roads, sidewalks, and businesses are such that the urban layout and economy supports a lifestyle where and most apartment residents could get by without a vehicle when connecting with the goods and services you need on a daily basis.
Schools in San Diego, CA
For families with children, make sure to find out what education opportunities serve the apartment complexes you are shopping for. Making smart rental choices can help place students in good education and schools. School zoning is determined by local school boards through what are called 'attendance zones'.
For grades 9-12 the highest-rated high school in this area is Serra High with a GreatSchools Rating of 6/10. Be sure to take a look at Farb Middle, the highest-rated middle school in this municipal area. Farb Middle has a GreatSchools Rating of 5/10. For school-age children the highest-rated elementary school in this town is Vista Grande Elementary with a GreatSchools Rating of 8/10. Many students from nearby San Diego Mesa College call this area home.
San Diego Points of Interest
People who call this area home have ZIP Code 92116.
Pet Friendly Apartments
Pet Friendly apartment communities are found here in this city.
San Diego Rental Pricing
The average apartment rent in San Diego costs you $3,087. The average home rent in this city is $13,649. A rental apartment in this area costs renters from $890 to $10,000. Studio apartments average $2,343 and range from $944 to $10,000. One bedroom apartments average $2,826 and range from $1,027 to $5,825. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $3,391 and ranges from $960 to $10,000. Three bedroom apartments average $4,253 and range from $1,490 to $10,000. Four bedroom apartments average $2,594 and range from $890 to $5,750.
Low Income / Section 8 in San Diego
Our inventory of apartments for rent features apartment communities that have subsidized rental rates. Low income multifamily communities provide low rental rates that are subsidized by local government and will have particular income restrictions and renter qualifications. This town might be worth a look.
'Affordable' price-range apartments are on the market nearby. These are apartment units for rent ready for you to tour in the open market that are created by natural market conditions, and in the same price range as designated low-income multifamily units.
Frequently Asked Questions about San Diego
How much are Studio apartments in San Diego?
The pricing for 744 Studio Apartments in San Diego currently ranges from $944 to $10,000 with an average price of $2,340.
What is the current price range for One Bedroom San Diego Apartments for rent?
Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in San Diego ranges from $1,000 to $8,064 with an average monthly rent of $2,827.
What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in San Diego cost?
The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in San Diego range from $960 to $10,000. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $3,391.
How expensive are San Diego Three Bedroom Apartments?
There are currently 1226 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in San Diego on ApartmentHomeLiving.com. The pricing ranges from $1,490 to $10,000 - averaging $4,251 for the location.