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Five LA Neighborhoods For Renters Who Have Been Priced Out

These five LA neighborhoods are definitely up and coming.

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It’s no secret that LA is one of the more expensive cities in the country. Any time a city becomes more popular, the existing residents will eventually find themselves priced out, as the hipster arrive, the gays take over, and market prices start to skyrocket.

Luckily, every time a neighborhood becomes too pricey, another one opens up and becomes more rent-friendly. These five neighborhoods are great for people who want to live in the LA area , but can’t afford the more popular areas.

Harvard Heights: South of Koreatown, this neighborhood is an up-and-comer. It has a wealth of Craftsman homes that have been divided into apartment units, and a one bedroom can be acquired for $950/mo.

Hawthorne: As the future home of Elon Musk’s SpaceX project, Hawthornes isn’t far from Manhattan Beach, and close to Inglewood. You can find a one-bedroom here for $1,015/mo.

Arlington Heights: This neighborhood is a mix of bungalows, two-story Craftsman homes, and even mansions. The buildings are covered in graffiti, and the houses are mostly made of Korean and Mexican immigrants, but you can get a one-bedroom for $1,195.

North Hollywood: Featuring the Arts District and Metro Red Line subway stop, Noho is full of industrial warehouses the further North you go. You can get a one bedroom in this area for $1,350/mo.

Crestview: Located just North of the 10 freeway, Crestview is full of traditional 1950s-1980s era buildings and features the La Cienega Farmer’s Market every Thursday. A one bedroom can be attained here for $1,500/mo.

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