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SF Rental Comparisons: What you can get for around $3,500

SF Rental Comparisons: What you can get for around $3,500

While San Franciscans were hoping January’s slight decline in rental prices (-0.3%) was a sign of things to come, median one-bedroom rents stabilized at $3,500 (+0.3%) in February 2016, according to Zumper’s latest national report. Today we’ll explore the apartments you can get in the City, for around the cost of the median-one bedroom rental price.

What unit would you choose? Tell us in the comments section below.

↑ $3,800 will get you this this recently updated 3 Bedroom (formal dining room being used as third bedroom), 1 Bathroom, 1435 square foot home in San Francisco’s Excelsior district. This bright (literally) and open corner home includes an updated kitchen with quartz countertops, breakfast nook and pantry, and a completely remodeled bathroom with custom shower. Additional highlights include new wooden shutters and shared laundry in building. No pets are allowed.

↑ For $200 under San Francisco’s median one-bedroom rent, you can get this fully furnished, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, 680 square foot apartment in Lower Nob Hill. ($3,300) Located at La Galleria Condominiums, this apartment includes pool, gym and concierge/security amenities, as well as share laundry facilities. Off the apartment’s living room is a private deck overlooking the building’s pool to take in the vibe of the City. Additional highlights include stainless steel appliances, hardwood laminate flooring throughout and one carport parking space.

↑ Also located at La Galleria in Nob Hill is this $3,600 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, 657 square foot apartment. This 11th floor unit enjoys the same amenities, but is unfurnished. Facing the opposite direction, this apartment enjoys City views, with a peek-a-boo view of the Transamerica Pyramid. Additional highlights include brand new stainless steel appliances, hardwood laminate flooring and reserved garage parking.

Which of these three rentals would you choose? Leave a comment below to share your thoughts.

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