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San Diego is a city with a laid-back culture and miles of beaches. Its high quality of life and the high growth rate have recently seen more people moving here. Its population grew by a quarter million people from 2010 to 2018.
Consequently, living costs have increased at higher rates than in other places. According to PayScale, living in San Diego is 47% more costly than the national average. The average cost of renting an apartment in this city is $2,916, versus a national average of $1,900.
If you’re looking to move, whether for work or a visit, consider a short-term sublease in San Diego. Short-term rentals allow you flexibility as you watch how things take you. For travelers looking to explore and experience the great weather in “America’s Finest City,” a short-term rental in a furnished apartment will offer all the comfort and affordability you need.
There are many notable neighborhoods in San Diego where you can find furnished apartments.
If you’re looking for a good time asking under the sun on white sandy beaches, check out La Jolla, Coronado, Point Loma Peninsula, Pacific beach, or Der Mar. There are numerous bars, restaurants, and majestic cliffsides overlooking the ocean. These beach towns are also party destinations for thrilling entertainment.
North Park hosts an array of coffee shops, craft breweries, and vegan street food stalls. Concert-goers have the best night-outs with an irresistible collection of cocktails and craft beer.
For a picturesque, tree-filled area, Mission Hills is a gem. It has many shops, restaurants, and bars and is near Downtown San Diego.
The most affordable neighborhoods are Chula Vista, Balboa Park, Mission Valley, National City, Lemon Grove, and Linda Vista. Linda Vista and neighboring areas are ideal for students as the University of San Diego is just at your doorstep.
San Diego is generally safe as its crime rate is 15% less than the national average. However, avoid neighborhoods such as Marina, Columbia, Midtown, East Village, and Cortez Hill.
San Diego is full of things to do. Make sure you experience these during your stay.
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Finding a short-term rental in San Diego can be easy if you know where to look but also challenging for first-time visitors. Rent is one of the most important considerations when making a budget for your stay. Here are the questions people frequently ask about rental costs in San Diego.
If you’re looking to rent a furnished studio apartment in San Diego, it’ll cost you around $700 to $1300. Studio apartments are the cheapest options for people looking for private and affordable accommodation in a furnished apartment.
Compared to the previous year, rent for a 1-bedroom apartment in San Diego has increased by 23%. It now costs an average of $2,450 for a furnished apartment.
The average rent for a 2-bedroom furnished apartment is $3,200, while 3-bedroom apartments can cost as much as $4,000+ per month, depending on the size and location. However, there are cheaper rental alternatives.
If you’re looking for something cheaper, June Homes offers alternative rental options. You don’t have to rent an entire apartment. Instead, you can opt for a private room in a shared apartment. Apart from saving on rental costs, a private room offers access to essential amenities and comfort at a fraction of the price of an entire apartment.