Los Angeles is the second largest rental market in the U.S., with over 134 neighborhoods to choose from. Obviously, looking for an apartment in the “City of Angels” can be quite a daunting task to any newcomer or even the seasoned Angeleno.
This new infographic by the folks over at RadPad (www.onradpad.com), the first photo-based mobile rental marketplace in partnership with Rentmetrics.com, have taken on the task of sorting through the madness when looking for an apartment in Los Angeles.
So, what did they find?
The most interesting piece was Thursdays are the best days for apartment hunting. The fewest number of renters look for places on a Thursday, so you’ll have a much better chance of seeing a new property while everyone else is preparing for their weekend.
Other interesting tidbits:
- LA ‘s most affordable neighborhoods include: Crenshaw ($869/month), North Hollywood ($1,041/month) and Koreatown ($1,235)
- LA’s most expensive neighborhoods include: Brentwood ($2,540/month), Westwood ($2,485/month) and Marina del Rey ($2,445)
Check out the full infographic below.