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Los Angeles City Apartments For Rent

Renting an apartment in Los Angeles is cheaper than New York City, San Francisco or Boston, but it can still be a pretty expensive venture, so the first thing you need to do is to go over your budget to determine what you can afford. One way to figure out your maximum limit for housing costs is to take your monthly salary after taxes and divide it by 3. If one third seems pretty low, them you have three options: get a better paying job and make more money, find a less expensive place to live, or find a roommate willing to share expenses.

Apartments Found: 157
Los Angeles, CA Apartments
Find apartments for rent today in Los Angeles CA , as well as others close by. With so many great photos, descriptions and infomation you will find a rental in no time!

Bedrooms: 1 - 3
Address: 9850 19th Street , ALTA LOMA, CA
Description: Because home is that intangible something that you can't quite put into words. At Don Miguel, words ...
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Bedrooms: 1 - 2
Address: 1010 Wilshire Blvd , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: TENTEN Wilshire is the ideal place for business-minded individuals to Live, Work, and Play. Whether ...
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Bedrooms: 1 - 3
Address: 705 W 9th St , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: WaterMarke Tower is ideally located in the South Park District, Downtown Los Angeles on 9th and Flow ...
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Bedrooms: 1
Address: 1777 N Vermont , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: Hollymont ...
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Bedrooms: 1 - 2
Address: 1350 Midvale Ave , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: Brand new luxury apartment building in the heart of Westwood. Walking distance from UCLA. Easy commu ...
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Bedrooms: 1
Address: 922 S Barrington , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: Large One bedroom One bathroom units in quiet, beautiful Brentwood. ...
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Bedrooms: 1
Address: 120 S Swall St , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: Within walking distance to the Beverly Center & restaurants, this beautiful building is located in q ...
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Bedrooms: 1 - 2
Address: 8711 S Harvard Ave , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: Harvard Yard Senior Apartments ...
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Bedrooms: 1
Address: Santa Fe & First , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: At the heart of One Santa Fe is the Arts District Center for the Arts. The Center is a place where a ...
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Bedrooms: Studio - 2
Address: 6201 Hollywood Blvd, LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: LEASING CENTER OPENING SOON. JOIN OUR INTEREST LIST FOR THE LATEST UPDATES. NEW STUDIO 1BDRM 2BDRM A ...
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Bedrooms: Studio - 2
Address: 808 N Spring St , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: CENTER YOURSELF like never before You love the energy of downtown L.A. You've always wanted to live ...
$488
Bedrooms: Studio - 1
Address: 1332 South Hope St , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: Hope Manor ...
$718
Bedrooms: Studio
Address: 685 S Lucas Ave , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: Fully-carpeted/hardwood floor apartment units with heating and air-conditioning system. One bathroom ...
$750
Bedrooms: 1 - 2
Address: 3100 Van Buren Blvd, RIVERSIDE, CA
Description: Canyon Park has it all - luxury and a convenient location! You'll enjoy decadent apartment living wi ...
$1000
Bedrooms: 1 - 2
Address: 1230 E Lugonia Ave, REDLANDS, CA
Description: A quiet community just an hour from Big Bear, Palm Springs and Los Angeles, Citrus Grove Apartments ...
$1025
Bedrooms: Studio - 2
Address: 123 South Figueroa Avenue , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: High style and contemporary living in Downtown Los Angeles! ...
$1025
Bedrooms: Studio - 1
Address: 1545 N Hobart , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: Easy access to shopping and freeway ...
$1040
Bedrooms: 1 - 4
Address: 9300 Maie Ave , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: Your New Home! ...
$1046
Bedrooms: Studio - 1
Address: 369 Columbia Ave , LOS ANGELES, CA
Description: Tuscani Villas prides itself on being the best value in the Downtown area with a real community atmo ...
$1050

Maybe you've decided to get a roommate. You have a friend in mind or you decide to use a roommate agency. However you arrive at this person, you need to decide carefully, because being friends who see each other once in a while versus living with some are two totally different things. That good friend that you see in the daytime can be the one to drive you completely nuts at night with their yoga, music or whatever habits.

You should ask a lot of questions before jumping in, such as have “they” ever lived with someone before? Do they have a significant other who will be staying over frequently? Or do they smoke, drink or do recreational drugs? If you're sharing all bills, then you need to know about their credit and work history? The more you know, the better your chances of making a decision that you can live with, literally and don't be afraid to offend. You're going to be spending intimate space with this person. Who wants to do that with someone you don't like or has habits so counter opposite to yours, that the living situation is unbearable.

Your roommate should sign the lease. If that is not the case, then you will bear full responsibility for the apartment and any resulting financial obligations. If your roomie loses his or her job, then you will be stuck paying the entire rent, which will totally negate your reasons for getting a roommate in the first place.

If all this seems like too much hassle, well, then maybe you need to look for a smaller place in a less expensive part of Los Angeles, where you can afford the rent and also eat at the same time.