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    Attention SoCal Wheelers!!

    My cousin has offered me a job out in Cali and I will hopefully be relocating in 6-8 months. He lives in San Juan Capistrano and takes a train into Downtown LA where his business zip is 90007. I need to rent for at least six months and am thinking since I should maybe look for an accessible apartment near work and then move further out. I would also consider further away if living in/near the business district is sketchy. Thoughts/insight?

    Also, I really want to avoid renting more than $2000-$2500 a month.

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    Dunno, but watch out for those swallows. Nice of you to warn them that you're coming, though.
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    The women have no idea...

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    Housing in CA is outragous, but if you can make it, what a great place to live (in my opinion, as a former Californian) I would sure go for it ! Good luck!

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    First lesson in Californian joe, stick with Cal we don't use Cali I liked Westwood but have no idea what the prices are, good luck.
    Embrace uncertainty. Hard problems rarely have easy solutions. Jonah Lehrer

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    I would recommend you looking into Culver City. And if you are looking for one bedrooms you should be good, they start from around $1400.
    Last edited by EAK; 01-25-2008 at 03:21 AM.

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    Oh, I was hoping around renovated downtown? They have some stuff there.

    Is there any rehab place or SCI center I can double check for housing?

    Can I ask how far is Culver City?

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    I am not really sure about a rehab center or SCI center around downtown. I know USC is right there, so I'm sure they'll have accessible housing there.
    Check out this website... http://lila.ucla.edu/Master.cfm?CFID...TOKEN=83065151
    As far as Culver City, it's about 10 miles, which is 20 min. away, depending on traffic of course.

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