I have to agree with revelry, Oakland or Berekely is where you should be looking. SF is great for well established families, or people who can afford it. The thing to consider is that some of the cheaper neighborhoods in SF are actually farther away, or as far as the east bay. I live in the Oakland hills, I take the casual carpool or BART to the city every morning, it takes about 20 minutes to get dropped right outside my building, 15-20 taking Bart. The east bay has great neighborhoods, trendy and hip berkeley, chill Oakland and tiny neighborhoods like montclaire and lakeshore. The rent is cheaper, the people are friendly, and there's a greater sense of community within neighborhoods. The other big difference is that though east bay people have everything they need on their side of the bay we actually go to SF, walnut creek, concord and other areas where people who live in SF tend to stay there and miss out on all of e greatthi gs the rest of the bay has to offer, just think about it :)
What's The Best Neighborhood To Live In San Francisco?
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