841 Short-term Apartments for rent in San Bruno, CA
- San Bruno Accessible Apartments (3)
- San Bruno Apartments with Balconies (12)
- San Bruno Apartments with Garages (8)
- San Bruno Apartments with Gyms (8)
- San Bruno Apartments with Hardwood Floors (10)
- San Bruno Apartments with Parking (12)
- San Bruno Apartments with Pools (7)
- San Bruno Apartments with Washer-Dryers (7)
- San Bruno Dog Friendly Apartments (8)
- San Bruno Furnished Apartments (1)
- San Bruno Pet Friendly Apartments (7)
- Pacifica Short-term Apartments (5)
- Daly City Short-term Apartments (1)
- Burlingame Short-term Apartments (1)
- San Mateo Short-term Apartments (8)
- San Francisco Short-term Apartments (39)
- Foster City Short-term Apartments (6)
- Sausalito Short-term Apartments (1)
- Redwood City Short-term Apartments (7)
- Oakland Short-term Apartments (27)
- Berkeley Short-term Apartments (7)
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Bring your pink slip, checkbook and first born with you when you rent an apartment in San Bruno and try, please, to wrap your mind around the fact that there aren’t any inexpensive apartments here. Officially, the median rent in San Bruno is $1,465 a month. Don’t say we didn’t warn all you bargain hunters! See more
Finding a short-term apartment in San Bruno takes some leg work to find the right location, price point, and lease terms. You may need to rent a short-term apartment due to a new job, a relationship change, or to explore a new city before committing to staying. Whatever the reason, short-term apartments can provide the flexibility that traditional leases don’t.
Before signing a rental agreement or short-term apartment lease, study all of the details thoroughly. Renters usually have more restrictions and rules to follow when renting a short-term apartment. For starters, you usually can’t make modifications like painting or hanging pictures.
Short-term apartments are ideal for flexibility, but also don’t protect the renter long-term. You could face the possibility of rent increases on a monthly basis. The landlord could also decline to renew your lease and leave you looking for another short-term rental.
If your main priority is flexibility, a short-term apartment is an ideal situation. However, ensure that you fully understand the rental agreement terms before signing.