The S.F. neighborhoods where you’ll find the most and least expensive rents this fall
According to recent figures released in Zumper’s “San Francisco rent map for Fall 2016,” the priciest numbers are in South Beach, Pacific Heights, and Mission Bay/Dogpatch. Among those neighborhoods with the fastest growing rents is Lakeshore, up eight percent since summer.
Zumper says “San Francisco rents remained steady in the past month, though still highest in the nation. The price of one bedroom units was down 0.6 percent to a median of $3,440, while the price of two bedrooms was up a slight 0.2 percent to $4,800.”
Neighborhoods by the numbers
Breaking the $3,800 threshold for one bedroom:
Close behind, either right at $3800 or just under for one bedroom:
Mid-range, $3,150-$3000 for a one bedroom
- Outer Sunset ($2525 for a one bedroom)
- Tenderloin ($2,300 for a one bedroom)
- Outer-Mission/Excelsior ($1990 for a one bedroom)
What can you rent for these median prices
The gallery above offers some examples of units for rent now at these prices. Give us your thoughts, readers: encouraging? Discouraging? Tedious? The comments await.