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Introducing San Francisco, California
Welcome to the ApartmentHomeLiving renters resource guide for San Francisco, a good place to call home, and among the best cities in the great state of CA. San Francisco has 803 local submarkets. People find out this is a highly recommended area to call home. Apartment residents choose this area based on any number of different motivations, which most often include how much it costs to live here, where it is located, along with schools, parks, and the total lifestyle they can experience in this municipal area. Our team has researched all these factors for choosing San Francisco, California. We are happy to present 10,168 multifamily communities ready for you in this town.
Our team of engineers and researchers compiles millions of data points to bring you our detailed rental analysis called 'Lifestyle Ratings' - a comparison of rentals in areas across the United States, including San Francisco. LifeStyle Ratings are the best way to sort through finding a place to live - beyond price and floorplan. This takes in many factors including rankings of the best places for the best proximity to parks and outdoor amenities, luxury amenities, pet-friendly features, family-friendliness, proximity to transit, and much more. Find Lifestyle Search in the filter options (above). Happy Searching!
Getting Around San Francisco
Rated by WalkScore as having high-walkability, this section of San Francisco is one where you will want to leave your car or truck behind and get out and explore. You will find this municipal area is such that with city growth being what it is, and good planning in local government, the urban layout and economy supports a lifestyle where you don't need to own a vehicle and can get along perfectly well without one when connecting with the goods and services you need on a daily basis.
Going out for bike rides is a way of life here. Are you a person who likes bikes? If so, you will be exited to see San Francisco. This area is rated highly for Bike Score, This rating takes into account many local factors including having designated bike lanes, bikeable inclines and hills, interesting local places to bike to, and detailed surveys conducted with many bike riders on how bikeable the area is.
Schools in San Francisco, CA
For parents with school-age children, make sure to find out what education and schools serve the apartment communities you are shopping for. Making smart home and apartment choices can help place students in first-class education resources. School zoning is determined by local school boards through what are called 'attendance zones'.
Consider Mission High, the highest-rated high school in this city. The highest-rated middle school in this town is Lick (James) Middle with a GreatSchools Rating of 3/10. For grades K-5 the highest-rated elementary school in this city is Rooftop Elementary with a GreatSchools Rating of 6/10. Many students from nearby University of California, San Francisco call this area home.
San Francisco Points of Interest
East Fort Miley is in the area. Duboce park is found nearby. In this area we find several USPS ZIP Codes, including 94117.
Pet Friendly Apartments
Pet Friendly apartment complexes are found here in this city.
San Francisco Rental Pricing
A rental apartment in this town is as an average $4,521. The average home rent in this municipal area is $8,793. A rental apartment unit in San Francisco costs you from $698 to $10,000. Studio apartments average $2,755 and range from $936 to $4,537. A 1 bedroom apartment on the average costs you $3,239 and ranges from $698 to $6,599. A 2 bedroom apartments averages $4,465 and ranges from $1,164 to $10,000. Three bedroom apartments average $5,426 and range from $1,280 to $10,000. 4 bedroom (and larger) apartments average $6,052 and range from $1,429 to $9,560.
Low Income / Section 8 in San Francisco
Our constantly-updated inventory of apartments has multifamily communities that offer subsidized rental rates. Low income apartment communities provide low rental rates that are subsidized by local government and will have particular income restrictions and renter qualifications.
Frequently Asked Questions about San Francisco
How much are Studio apartments in San Francisco?
The pricing for 1098 Studio Apartments in San Francisco currently ranges from $936 to $7,954 with an average price of $2,747.
What is the current price range for One Bedroom San Francisco Apartments for rent?
Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in San Francisco ranges from $698 to $6,725 with an average monthly rent of $3,228.
What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in San Francisco cost?
The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in San Francisco range from $1,164 to $10,000. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $4,459.
How expensive are San Francisco Three Bedroom Apartments?
There are currently 1253 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in San Francisco on ApartmentHomeLiving.com. The pricing ranges from $1,280 to $10,000 - averaging $5,482 for the location.