By Maura, Admissions Counselor
If you are not from Los Angeles, moving to this city and searching for housing can be a bit intimidating. Like most metropolitan areas, LA is comprised of many unique neighborhoods with residents who were born and raised in LA as well as new residents moving to follow a dream (like first year law students). Rent in the city can range anywhere from a shared space for $500 a month, to a luxury one bedroom apartment for $1,800 a month. So how do you begin to narrow your options?
Loyola students have complied a HOUSING GUIDE to help you navigate the process of finding a place of live and moving to L.A
Students, faculty, and staff members live ALL over LA. Literally. From the coastline in Santa Monica to the glamour of the Hollywood communities to the more suburban towns of Burbank and Pasadena, Loyolans are spread throughout the county. Two key factors that you should consider when looking for a rental are your housing budget and how much time and money you are willing to devote to commuting. With that said, happy home hunting!