For many years now, the San Francisco metro area has been the most expensive place to live in America. Apartment rents have more than doubled since 2019, and overall prices are at least 17 percent higher than the national average.

But don’t despair if you’re looking to move to the Bay Area because June Homes offers an excellent solution for short-term and temporary room rentals where you can split the apartment costs with roommates.

Finding a room in San Francisco

Due to the high rental costs and overall cost of living in San Francisco, many people choose to live in shared apartments where they have their own private room but also common areas to mix and mingle. Something else great about June Homes is that we take care of setting up your utilities so you don’t have to waste your time with the tedious processes of arranging for electricity, water, gas, and Wi-Fi.

FAQs about renting rooms in San Francisco

June Homes is your local connection for rooms to rent in San Francisco, and we make the process easy with online listings, virtual tours, e-contracts, and contactless entry to move in safely. Here are some questions we often get about renting rooms in San Fran.

How do I find rooms for rent in San Francisco?

Rooms for rent in San Francisco can be hard to come by in certain neighborhoods, but June Homes has some great options to choose from. To start your search, choose San Francisco for your location, the “shared apartments” option for home type, and then enter your move in/move out dates and budget.

How do I rent a room in San Francisco?

If you’ve made the decision to split the rental costs with a roommate but don’t yet have a roommate to live with, June Homes can help. We provide roommates that are a mix of creative, hard-working professionals, students, locals, and people from all around the world. At June, we make sure that all tenants are fully vetted and pass background checks.

What is the average rent for a room in San Francisco, CA?

The average rent for a room in San Francisco starts at $1650 per month. As of May 25, 2024 there are 9 rooms available for rent in San Francisco, CA