SF Gate reports today on Trulia’s heat map.
In case you haven’t heard, it’s hard out there for a tenant. San Francisco rent price increases are outpacing the nation– more than three-fold. In December, rental prices in San Francisco rose 10.6%, which is higher than the national average of 3.0%. Trulia’s Rental Price heatmap above captures the median price per bedroom (not entire apt) for some of the popular San Francisco neighborhoods. Deep reds indicate high-cost areas, and yellow and green designate more affordable neighborhoods….. If we can use the words “affordable” and “San Francisco apartment rentals” in the same sentence.
Pacific Heights is still the most expensive, but the Mission is not far behind and the SF Gate piece reports a two bedroom at more than $4,000 a month. READ MORE .
Here’s the latest from Craigslist. Good luck out there!