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Max Rothacker22 years oldI am 22 years old and I am looking to move to the Long Beach area within the next couple of weeks. I own and operate a marketing agency that does targeted advertising for small bu...
Melany19 years oldHello, my name is Melany, I'm looking for a room with a budget of 400 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Melany...
Vanessa23 years oldLooking to rent a room don’t have any pets I don’t smoke very laid back enjoy my space and peace....
Preston20 years oldHey, just moved to LA and am looking for a place to stay....
Rob59 years oldSeeking room to share in South Redondo Beach. Prefer private bath. Near Redondo Union High School. ...
Pablo18 years oldIm a laid back guy, I am clean but not compulsive. Born in Florida but raised in Colombia so Latino vibes ...
Dasia18 years oldI’m looking for a laid back roommate with a room for rent in the Los Angeles Area...
JT27 years oldLate 20s arts & event organizer seeking private room. ...
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People move to Downtown and East Side of Los Angeles for many different reasons as there is something for everyone. Despite being larger than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware combined, roommates seeking to rent a room in Los Angeles will be pleasantly surprised to find that the city has made strides in improving public transportation and walkability. There are tons of rooms for rent in Los Angeles. Whether you like trendy new lofts or character-driven Spanish style houses, use our roommate finder service to connect with locals who have snagged the most comfortable, tourist-free places. Those who like to party will head down the Sunset Strip. Lined with palm trees, The Strip embodies the classic Los Angeles archetype burned into our collective consciousness by the movies. Check out the roommate wanted ads in West Hollywood, known for being LGBTQ friendly, with a fun, social scene. Find rooms for rent in Beverly Grove if you want to live fast, see, and be seen. More free-spirited artists may want to rent a room in Los Angeles’ famed Silver Lake. While this neighborhood has been hot for more than a decade, it still feels like it is up and coming. Find rooms for rent in the hip neighborhood of Echo Park, which also happens to have access to four freeways. Its residents are more diverse and younger than its more prominent neighborhoods, but with access to the eponymous park’s green open space, plenty of art and music, and Dodger Stadium within its boundaries, the town is a great little hot spot. Creatives are looking for roommates to keep up a laid-back lifestyle on Roomgo right now. For something accessible and a bit more low key, younger people can use our roommate finder to hook up with new roommates in Los Feliz. Two freeways define the boundaries of this cute neighborhood, ideally located between the Sunset Strip, Downtown, and the Hollywood Hills.
The Los Angeles Westside draws millions of people for its temperate climate. Miles of beaches offer an array of experiences. With gorgeous beach weather all year round, your life cannot be limited to a few square miles of Downtown. Roomgo’s roommate finder service lists roommates wanted ads all along the Pacific Coast. West Los Angeles county is also where many high tech and foreign companies choose to make their base in southern California. How many people who dream of living by the beach can say that it is pragmatic, too? With enough diligence, you can find cheap rooms in Los Angeles in the most unexpected places.
Santa Monica is the picture that comes to mind for many California dreamers. Browse roommate wanted ads near its famous pier and live the dream. SaMo is also thriving with enterprise these days. If you are working in Santa Monica, Palms and Culver City are totally bikable options here. Academics and students at nearby UCLA can also look for student rooms for rent in Los Angeles these two neighborhoods. Aside from the large entertainment studio, you have access to an arts district and great food. The true beach lover will want to rent a room in Venice. Dogtown is as laid back yet down to earth as it ever was. Great dining and sweet ocean views are on your doorstep if you choose one of the great rooms to rent near Marina del Rey. For those who work in South Bay, upscale Manhattan Beach has a great restaurant scene. Nearby Redondo Beach is more laid back and great for picking up surfing. Most of the residential units in this area of Los Angeles are houses, but find a roommate and it suddenly becomes viable. Our roommate finder makes living in South Bay easy.
- East Hollywood average room rent $588
- Financial District average room rent $1,049
- Hollywood Heights average room rent $1,172
- Los Feliz average room rent $1,095
- Mar Vista average room rent $1,040
- Rampart Village average room rent $779
- Sawtelle average room rent $1,045
- Sawtelle Japantown average room rent $1,208
- University Park average room rent $675
- Westwood average room rent $726
- Burbank average room rent $950
- Culver City average room rent $1,400
- Glendale average room rent $750
- Hawthorne average room rent $875
- Inglewood average room rent $1,300
- Ladera Heights average room rent $900
- Pasadena average room rent $800
- Pico Rivera average room rent $700
- Temple City average room rent $1,000
- West Hollywood average room rent $1,298