Housing

Housing in San Diego can be expensive, but that doesn’t mean it is out of reach. Depending on the area and what you are looking for , costs can vary from $650-$1800 per month for a small single room or a shared apartment.

Choose wisely before committing where to live for your term of study. Rental agreements typically require a month-to-month (most flexible), six-months, or one-year agreement including a 30-day notice to vacate. Be sure to inquire which is suitable for your length of stay and/or budget.

Every landlord and/or roommate will require a security deposit, usually 1 month’s rent. Be sure to walk through your room or apartment and check and document every single damage or flaw for the record. Let the Landlord sign that inspection sheet and keep a copy in order to guarantee the right amount of deposit refunded when you move out.

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We recommend that you do not rash to sign a rental contract because you think that you are running out of time. There are several options to avoid being trapped in a long-term contract by spending the first days/weeks in a hostel www.hostelworld.com, in someone’s apartment www.airbnb.com or one someone’s couch www.couchsurfing.org.

Weekly or monthly furnished/unfurnished apartment services are offered by: