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What $3,000 rents in LA right now

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A house in North Hollywood and an Ikea-adjacent Burbank condo are two options

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Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA ’hoods. We’ve found five rentals within $100 of today’s price, $3,000. Vote for your favorite below.

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North Hollywood

If you’ve got $3,000 to spend on rent, why not find a house? This three-bedroom Traditional-style residence in North Hollywood offers hardwood floors, a dining room with a fireplace, central air and heat, a laundry room, and a nice backyard with a covered patio. Located about a mile from the North Hollywood Red and Orange line stations, it rents for $2,995.

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Pico-Robertson

This two-bedroom apartment comes with one very large balcony that wraps around the corner unit. Inside, find hardwood floors, quite a few chandeliers, central air conditioning, a washer and dryer, and two and a half bathrooms. The apartment also comes with two parking spaces. It rents for $3,100.

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Long Beach

If the sounds of waves and seagulls are your thing, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom in Long Beach can deliver. Located in a building that’s basically on the sand, the updated apartment holds laminate wood floors, stainless steel appliances, and a parking space. It rents for $3,095.

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Burbank

This two-story Burbank condo holds two bedrooms and two bathrooms, in-unit laundry machines, granite counter tops, and secured parking. Located just across the street from the largest Ikea in the country, it rents for $2,950.

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Mid-Wilshire

With coved ceilings and hardwood floors, this Mid-Wilshire two-bedroom apartment in a 1920s building has a certain vintage appeal. But it also has a number of modern amenities—double-paned windows, central air and heat, a separate laundry room, and parking. It rents for $3,100.

Poll

Which apartment would you rent?

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  • 20%
    North Hollywood
    (209 votes)
  • 10%
    Pico-Robertson
    (111 votes)
  • 37%
    Long Beach
    (378 votes)
  • 4%
    Burbank
    (41 votes)
  • 27%
    Mid-Wilshire
    (282 votes)
1021 votes total Vote Now