Cheapest and expensive neighborhoods in San Francisco to live in 2019

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How much does it cost to rent a one-bedroom apartment in the most expensive and cheap neighborhoods of San Francisco in 2019? We analyzed the average prices for the rental of one-bedroom apartments (April 2019).

The most expensive neighborhoods of San Francisco include: SoMa, South Beach, Hayes Valley, Financial District, Cow Hollow, Marina, Mission Bay, Telegraph Hill, The Mission, Potrero Hill, Lower Pacific Heights, Mission Dolores, The Castro, Ashbury Heights, Pacific Heights. In these neighborhoods, one-bedroom apartments can be rented from $ 3,480 to 3,850.

The cheapest neighborhoods in San Francisco include: Outer Mission, Tenderloin, Outer Sunset, Glen Park, Lone Mountain, Inner Richmond, Lakeshore, Outer Richmond, Inner Sunset, Bayview and Presidio Heights. In these neighborhoods, one-bedroom apartments can be rented from 2,300 to 3,000 USD.

The most expensive neighborhoods of San Francisco: rental prices in 2019 (April)

List of the most expensive neighborhoods of San Francisco (April 2019)Average rent for a one-bedroom apartment
1. SoMa $3,850
2. South Beach $3,800
3, Hayes Valley$3,750
4. Financial District$3,700
5. Cow Hollow$3,700
6. Marina$3,690
7. Mission Bay$3,690
8. Telegraph Hill$3,600
9. The Mission$3,585
10. Potrero Hill$3,580
11. Lower Pacific Heights$3,570
12. Mission Dolores$3,560
13. The Castro$3,540
14. Ashbury Heights$3,500
15. Pacific Heights$3,480

Cheapest neighborhoods of San Francisco: rental prices in 2019 (april)

List of cheapest neighborhoods in San FranciscoAverage rent for a one-bedroom apartment
1. Outer Mission$2,300
2. Tenderloin$2,395
3. Outer Sunset$2,450
4. Glen Park$2,650
5. Lone Mountain$2,675
6. Inner Richmond $2,730
7. Lakeshore$2,780
8. Outer Richmond $2,795
9. Inner Sunset$2,885
10. Bayview$2,925
11. Presidio Heights$2,990

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