Living in San Diego
California dreamin'? An apartment in San Diego may be just what you need. The annual average temperature is 63 degrees, with an average low of 57. That means no cold, snowy winters, no ice scrapers, and no expensive snow tires! But San Diego has much more to offer than great weather and an array of outdoor activities like kayaking, surfing, and hiking. The city boasts three major universities and many more community colleges, a top notch zoo (complete with world renowned pandas), plenty of farmers markets, and unbelievable Mexican food. The real deal is just a short drive over the border!
San Diego Furnished Apartments, Studios & More
Housing costs in San Diego aren't as high as San Francisco, Los Angeles, or the Bay Area, but they can still be pretty steep. One bedroom apartments in San Diego rent for an average of $1,764/month and two bedroom apartments rent for about $2,236 (November 2016). The cheapest San Diego apartments can be found in Darnall, Paradise Hills, and Egger Highlands. The most expensive neighborhoods for renting an apartment include Little Italy, North City, and La Jolla. Note that your final rental costs will vary depending on your apartment amenities, your proximity to the coast and major universities, and whether you rent a furnished apartment in San Diego.
Your Next San Diego Apartment
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