Renting a bedroom is usually a lot cheaper than renting a house in San Franciscos’ priciest city.
But if you don’t have a mortgage, it may be worth it to rent from one of the many apartment complexes in the city.1.
Check out our article on the basics of rent.
The basics of renting a bedroom, which includes the location and cost, are described in this article.2.
Check for vacancies.
The SF Rent Board offers a short list of apartments that might be suitable for rent.3.
Consider other apartments in the area.
You might also want to consider apartments near schools, shops and other amenities.4.
If you are looking for a particular apartment and aren’t sure what to expect, here are some questions to ask.5.
Make sure your landlord knows that you’re interested in renting a room.
If the landlord doesn’t have the right information about you, you should ask to see it.
If you are renting a unit, make sure that it is suitable for your needs.
If it’s not, you’ll need to ask the landlord for additional information, like where you can live and what type of amenities you want.
You’ll also want a roommate or roommates who can be flexible about where and when they’re staying.
You can find out about rental properties on the website of the San Francisco Housing Authority.