By Jennifer Riner, Zillow
Finding the right-priced rental in Los Angeles can be tricky. On one hand, signing a lease at an apartment with easy access to restaurants, shopping and nightlife is a draw. On the other, price is a big factor, especially when you’re moving to a new city and might not be 100 percent sure of future income.
Right now, North Hollywood, Hollywood and Santa Monica are trending areas to live, given the neighborhoods’ vibes and local amenities. However, given increasing popularity, prices are on the rise.
To best determine cost versus value of your new rental, check out the three following neighborhoods and what they have to offer compared to the median price point.