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Renter's Guide to San Francisco

Posted by Aliza Xandria Arellano on Oct 08, 2015 06:10 AM EDT
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - SEPTEMBER 18: Boats in the J/105 class race under the Golden Gate Bridge during race 3 of the Rolex Big Boat Series in San Francisco Bay on September 18, 2015 in San Francisco, California. (Photo : Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

San Francisco brings a blend of different cultures and different societies that are just charming to the core. Renting in San Francisco brings a combination of fun moments and comforts like no other.

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San Francisco is a city that offers thrilling and historical landmarks. According to San Francisco's Official Website, "San Francisco is home to a little bit of everything, and it is home to the famous Alcatraz, Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower, Cable Tower and Fisherman's Wharf." 

Besides having these scenic and significant places, San Francisco also boasts of rolling hills and bay views. Freshome reported, "Those looking to live in San Francisco, which is home to more than 700,000 residents have a wide variety of options, from historic Victorian homes to ultramodern high rises."

Renting in San Francisco offers tenants the opportunity to choose from different homes with stunning architectural designs and styles. When renting in San Francisco, it is important to remember certain factors to get the best deals in the city.  According to a post by Freshome, "When renting a home, looking for interior design features such as hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances, balconies and other modern features are vital." Also, the walk scores and accessibility to various important places are also the determinants in weighing the best home to settle in.

These are some of the best districts to live in San Francisco such as Mission District, Civic Center, South Beach, Soma, Nob Hill, Mission Bay, Western Addition and much more.

For those that want to enjoy a blend of art, music and history, the Mission District is the best option. Known simply as "the Mission," San Francisco's Mission District is a thriving, multicultural hodgepodge of artists, musicians, fashion designers, tech founders and everyone in between. It is revered as one of the city's oldest neighborhoods along the California Coast as further noted by Freshome.

Renting in San Francisco is not limited to old neighborhoods but it also has modern and contemporary homes that offer comfort and relaxation at the end of the day.

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