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June 28, 2012

Daniel asks…

I need help finding a studio or 1 bedroom apartment in san diego, under $800 a month?

Hi, I would like to find an apartment in the area of central/south san diego. preferably central. just nothing in sdsu area. sorry college students are too noisy. i know cause Iam one. can someone reccommend an apartment complex or a general area to look? Please no craigslist, I have seen too many slums on there, I havent found nothing much on to work with. any reccomendations. thanks

Administrator answers:

HOUSE unique guest house, 1br 1ba $800, Otay Ranch, own entry, patio, utils incl. Agt 619-804-0133

APT $800 1 BR 1 BA lower unit, clean, wood flrs, ceiling fans, lndry on site. Avail NOW! 619-295-1100 4533 Contour Blvd #3

APT 1Br/1Ba, $795 4027 ½ Hamilton St. Agent 619-878-1995

APT LG 1br 4557 Bancroft St Cls to All Cmn W/D, top flr. Off St Prkg, Lg unit, $795/mo Agt 619-889-0681 www.SDRentals.ORG INFO@SDRentals.ORG>INFO@SDRentals.ORG

APT 4033 Texas St Cls to Morley Fld Cmn W/D, Off St Prkg. Lg unit, $775/mo Agt 619-889-0681 www.SDRentals.ORG INFO@SDRentals.ORG>INFO@SDRentals.ORG

APT $775 1 BR 1 BA upstairs unit, lndry and prkg on site, A/C, dwshr, close to schools and shops. Avail now, must see! MOVE-IN SPECIAL 1/2 OFF 1ST MONTH! 3820 40th Ave #F 619-295-1100

DUPLEX $765, Cozy 1Br appls, sml yd, prkg, part utls paid, no pet 619-977-3239

APT $750 1BR UTILITIES INCLUDED! Prkng/Lndry Onsite! Very Clean. No pets. 318 G St. Agent (619)277-8171

DUPLEX $750 1/1 hwd flrs, gar, gtd, lndry No pets. 4359 39th St #3 (619)229-0074

APT 1Br/1Ba, $750 1225 3rd St. Agent 619-878-1995

APT from $750 mo, $650 sec dep, 1br 1ba & 1.5br 1ba, 3245-3253 Bramson Pl, lndry, sml pets ok, lease. Up To 1/2 Off 1st Mo (OAC) Agt 619-491-0355 x113

APT $725 Lrg 1 Br 1 Ba near Palm & 10th, no pets. Agt 619-429-7162

APT $825 mo, $725 sec dep, 1br 1ba, 4572 Hawley Blvd #7, lndry, prkg, up to 1/2 off 1st month OAC. Agt 619-491-0355 x113

APT $725 Cozy 1BR Lower unit, small complex, pkg, no pets. 4336 Iowa 619-460-9885

APT $725 mo, $625 sec dep, 1br 1ba, 1332 Hoover St #2, cats OK, lease. Up To 1/2 Off 1st Mo (OAC) Agt 619-491-0355 x113

APT 1br $699, low dep, fresh pnt, se habla espanol Gabriel 619/459-1413, 619/322-6771

APT 1Br/1Ba, $695 1225 3rd St. Agent 619-878-1995

APT quiet 1BR 1BA on cul-de-sac, appls, near SDCC, $675, avail now. 619-519-6455

APT.$675 Upstrs, 1BR,1BA Stove, Refrig Wtr/Trsh Pd. Sect 8 OK. Agt 619 447-7222.

HOUSES $1750 & $2000; 3br 1ba, 3br 2ba, near trolley, prkg, free utils & lndy; Iris & Howard Ave. Also rm avail $650; 619-392-1776

APT $650 Upper 1br/1ba, gated, lndry, prkg. 4348 50th St #11 No pets. (619)229-0074

APT $650 1Br, refrig, stove, pkg, lndry. 6mo lease. Agt 4217 42nd St 619-223-2244

APT $725 mo, $625 sec dep, 1br 1ba, 2144 30th St #10, lndry, up to 1/2 off 1st month OAC. Agt 619-491-0355

APT $795/$600 dep OAC. Upper 1Br, prkg spot, balcony, new carpet, no pets. 4377 Marlborough St #6. 619-299-8515

APT $795/$600 dep. OAC, Lower 1Br, new crpt, prkg, lndry, no pets. 4044 32nd St #2. 619 299-8515

APT $795/$600 dep. OAC, 1Br triplex, new crpt & paint, lndry, no pets. 4547 39th St. 619 299-8515

APT $950/$600 dep. OAC. 2Br 1Ba, prkg, laundry, no pets. 4423 Menlo Ave #15. 619-299-8515 or 619-501-4229

APT 1BR $725, $500 Dep, 1818 C Avenue 619-477-4400 Apply & Pics:

APT 2BR $900, $500 dep 497 1/2 F Street, (619) 477-4400 Apply & Pics:

APT $695 1Br. $400 dep. Move in special. No pets. St prkg 3822 35th St 619/519-9288

APT 1 Br $675, $400 Dep 3826 Winona St. 619-477-4400. Apply & Pics:

APT $675 1BR/1BA, Small cmplx, fncd yrd, lndry, near all. No pets. 5019 Orange Av $300 Off Mv-In Spcl! (619)698-6913

DUPLEX $850 2/1 Charming, secluded, w/d hookups. $300 Off Move-In Special! 3554 42nd St 619 698-6913

COTTAGE $750 1/1 charming, stv, frig, yd, nr all $200 Mv-In Spcl! 3876 35th St 619 698-6913

Charles asks…

apartments/studio that allow large dogs less than $800 in or around san diego, ca?

Administrator answers:

You won’t find any.

You need to rent a house and pay 1800-2400 a month rent if you want to keep a large dog. Depending on the breed you may not even be able to do that, you would have to buy.

Sharon asks…

Looking for an apartment/studio in Pacific Beach, San Diego..?

I’ve been looking on craig’s list and have found some pretty decent places, but not really sure how to judge them. I’m moving from Boston so I don’t really know too much about the area. I’m looking to spend 850-950 a month, any recommendations on where to look? Thanks!

Administrator answers:

This is another great source for housing:

You could also look at North County- carlsbad/encinitas/leucadia has great beaches and lots of housing…

Joseph asks…

How’s the living in downtown San Diego?

im a 21 year old male, moving to san diego from nashville to finish up college for the next few years. i, of course, love the beach and am looking anywhere from la jolla down to ocean beach. but some people have advised me that living downtown might suit me well. now, growing up in or near southern cities with downtowns so dirty you wont touch them (ex. nashville, memphis, atlanta…) this came as a shock to me. it also seems that some studio apartments that look nice arent extremely outrageously priced either. ive heard downtown SD is nice, but growing up where i have, i cant fathom living downtown. id like some advice on whether or not downtown san diego is, in fact, livable and is a step or two above other cities in that matter or if my paranoia about living downtown has some validity to it. thanks a lot.

Administrator answers:

I don’t live downtown but I do work downtown, and have met quite a few downtown residents through some of the planning groups I’ve been involved with.

Downtown San Diego has been transforming in the past 15 years to have a fairly vibrant residential community. Downtown has several different neighborhoods – Little Italy in the northwest, Cortez Hill in the north, East Village around the ballpark, and Marina closer to the convention center. There are lots of high-rise and mid-rise condos, apartments and lofts available. These neighborhoods are walkable and have lots of cool stuff, especially for the young adult. The Gaslamp Quarter has lots of clubs, fine dining, and bars. Around downtown are a fair amount of shopping (there’s Horton Plaza (a mall) right in the middle), and one or two big-name grocery stores. Plus not far away is San Diego Bay and its nice views and places for walking, and Balboa Park (a large park with the Zoo and lots of museums).

Some of the non-residential parts of downtown (like around the courts) can sometimes have panhandlers and homeless people, but generally the residential areas are well-kept.
Public transit is pretty easy around downtown, and so you might not even need a car, or if you only need a car once in a while (to go out of downtown), you can use flexcar. I walk around downtown as part of my commute, usually passing through little italy, and it is quite nice in the evening, with people walking their dogs, or out jogging.

Good luck!

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