Infographic: How much are one-bedroom rents in San Francisco?

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Zumper recently examined median rent prices of one-bedroom homes in San Francisco heading into the fall. Here are its findings:

  • South Beach ($3,860), Pacific Heights ($3,850) and Mission Bay–Dogpatch ($3,830) were the most expensive neighborhoods to rent in heading into the fall.
  • A few hundred dollars behind the top hoods, Russian Hill, SOMA and the Financial District were notably pricey areas as well.
  • Mid-range priced rentals could be found toward the western portion of the city and include Haight Ashbury, NOPA and West of Twin Peaks.

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