32 Homes For Rent in San Bernardino, CA

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With just under 50 percent of properties designated as leases, the rental market in San Bernardino is as diverse as the 200,000-plus residents that choose to make their home in this Mediterranean-climate metropolis. Complexes range from old-fashioned walk-ups with less than a dozen tenants to luxurious, gated apartment communities that house hundreds. There are also a number of single-family homes for rent in San Bernardino.

Whether you are a student attending California State University or professional working at one of the many thriving businesses in San Bernardino, you'll enjoy a low cost of living without sacrificing modern services. Movie theaters with state-of-the-art sound and projection systems flourish here. There are a number of public and private golf courses in San Bernadino, including the renowned Arrowhead Country Club. In the San Bernadino Mountains on the north side of the city, you'll find a handful of first-class ski resorts. When you need to travel the short distance to Los Angeles or elsewhere in Southern California, the I-10 freeway and Metrolink offer convenient access from virtually anywhere in San Bernardino. Long-distance travel is also made easy with the nearby SBD international airport.

Even though the sales prices of homes in San Bernardino are substantially less than other cities in California, renting still offers a number of perks that aren't always attainable to homeowners on a budget. Many apartment complexes provide on-site fitness centers and swimming pools for residents. The locations are often more convenient as well, with an abundance of properties in the heart of the city where it isn't necessary to own a car to go grocery shopping. You can walk to the corner to get your morning cup of coffee or hit the hottest clubs after dark. Whether you're looking for a place to go salsa dancing on the weekend or want some pub grub while watching the big game, the after-hours scene in San Bernardino is lively. For even more excitement, Las Vegas is a mere 3 hours away. Or, if you simply want to relax and unwind after a long week, you can spend a day on nearby Arrowhead Lake or head to Huntington Beach which is just over an hour drive. Santa Monica Beach and Newport Beach are both close as well. San Bernadino is a beautiful place to live with countless things to do by day or by night.