San Francisco continues to earn the dubious honour of being the most expensive rental market in the country.
To give you a better idea of what the median rent will get you, Zumper helped us compile a list of apartments that rent for around $US3,500 in various San Francisco neighborhoods.
In the Mission, San Francisco's former working-class hood turned hipster haven, $3,500 will get you a luxury condo with high-tech appliances.
This apartment in Hayes Valley, another newly hip zone, has hardwood floors and a spacious living room.
This apartment in Cow Hollow was renovated recently. The neighbourhood is filled with upwardly mobile young professionals.
In the Pacific Heights, $3,500 gets you 850 square feet in a doorman building. Your neighbours would include wealthy and famous people like Larry Ellison, Danielle Steel, and Jony Ive.
Neighbourhood: Lower Pacific Heights
The unit has a carpeted bedroom and stainless steel kitchen appliances. Access to the fitness center and a parking spot is available for an extra fee.
This $3,500 apartment in Noe Valley has carpet and a patio. A lot of tech workers with families live in that neighbourhood, and it's really walkable.
The median rent gets you a modern apartment in Russian Hill, one of San Francisco's older and prettier neighborhoods.
$3,600 gets you a modern construction and proximity to tech buses in SoMa, where a lot of tech startups have their homes.
Rent for this sleek condo in South Beach, near the baseball stadium, is slightly below the median for the city.
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