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Apartments in San Bernardino, CA

29 apartments and houses for rent in San Bernardino, CA

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City Guide for Apartments in San Bernardino
As housing prices have increased in Los Angeles, San Bernardino has seen a huge influx of residents. Between 2007 and 2011, in fact, the region experienced the largest resident relocation exchange rate in the country as LA residents moved for a less expensive cost of living.

Many move to San Bernardino for a short time to study at CSUSB. Located in the city’s northwestern quadrant close to highway 215, it’s a bit out of central San Bernardino. That’s alright since it makes the University area feel like its own little city. You’ll find many of the local favorite restaurants and shops off of Kendall Drive and E 40th Street. There are homes for rent and apartments for rent with all bills paid nearby so that getting to campus is just a short walk or bike ride. With 215 nearby, commuting from neighboring cities such as Fontana and Redlands is also easy.

The area has had its share of crime and poverty, but these issues have only led to residents dedicated to revitalizing the city. Downtown is the focal point of this push towards a cleaner, safer, and more attractive city. Such focus has led to expansion and development with more upscale studio apartments (some with utilities included) and luxury apartments right within downtown to provide maximum walkability to the city’s social center.

San Bernardino sits right on the border of the San Bernardino National Forest making it a highly-rated area for any outdoor enthusiast to live. Camping, hiking (pet-friendly hiking, too), and hot springs are within an hour of the city.

While the cost of living is relatively inexpensive, the further south you go, the easier it will be to find cheap apartments on your apartment search. Northern San Bernardino and North Park specifically have an edge when it comes to school reviews, so it makes it a better area for families. Also, there are more houses for rent if you need a larger area than what an apartment might offer. Either way, using an apartment guide or apartment finder will help you find the best deals and latest availability in San Bernardino.

Average Apartment Rental Prices Nearby

Studio $1,251
1 Bedroom $1,280
2 Bedroom $1,444
3 Bedroom $1,964

Average rent on Backpage and Craigslist San Bernardino, California: $1,330

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