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We'll, it looks like I will be moving out to LA next month. I'm trying to use the internet to find a place to stay but I'm not having any luck. Can anyone suggest websites or other ways to find a quality apartment or house to share? I'll be on a six month contract at first but it will probably be extended to a full year.

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It's a bit expensive, but westsiderentals.com is a pretty good membership search site. Often you can find memberships available for reasonable discounts on craigslist..

An decent free site is themls.com

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what part of town? your budget will also help you narrow down neighborhoods. if you are unfamiliar with LA, living close to your work is is probably a good idea.
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Office will be in Pacoima. I was wanting to find something for less than $1000


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Lots of the stuff on Craigslist seems to be substance recovery homes


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The LA area is a bit expensive for rent, especially in the moderate to nicer areas.
Pacoima has a lot of gang activity with burglaries and thefts.
I would not suggest living there.
You will want to look at places in Sunland, Tujunga, Sylmar or La Crescenta for a near-by place to live.
Do you have family or just you?
Maybe you just need a room in a shared house? $650- and up.
Apartment rents for a single are often $1000, two bedroom $1,200- 1,500 and up.
Check the area carefully if the rent is under $1,000.
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use www.rent.com, if you find a property through them they send you a $100 visa gift card, helps a little with the moving in expenses
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It's a bit expensive, but westsiderentals.com is a pretty good membership search site. Often you can find memberships available for reasonable discounts on craigslist..

An decent free site is themls.com

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It will be just me and I'd like to find a roommate thing. $650 would leave me money for ammo!

If anyone knows anyone looking for a roommate let me know.

I'll try rent and wsr. Thanks.

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...if you are unfamiliar with LA, living close to your work is is probably a good idea.
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If you have a job already, don't give yourself a 90 min daily commute while trying to save $200 a month on rent.
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Thanks. I always live close to my work. I just wasn't sure if living close to work was safe in Pacoima.
I've heard Sherman Oaks, Burbank, Glendale, North Hollywood, and Slymar are good but what about Granada Hills or Santa Clarita? How bad is traffic on 5 up north?


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ok, DONT live in pacoima!! go for north hollywood, valencia, parts of van nuys, parts of sunland, or sherman oaks. if you work 9-5 the 5/170 have the extreme propensity for being nightmares, but surface streets can save your skin. sylmar is iffy imo.

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The west side is nice. Culver City, Mar Vista, Palms, Marina del Rey, Santa Monica...

You'd be close to Martin B Retting (local gun store), LAX Range, and Turner's Outdoorsman in Torrance.
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I would not go to the west side as the 405 is a nightmare from 6am to midnight everyday. Better to look at Sunland, La Crescenta and Montrose. Montrose is really nice and an easy commute on the 210 to Pacoima.

I'd also recommend staying at an extended stay hotel like Residence Inn for a couple weeks so you have time to look around.
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Craigslist is your best bet for a great find. Just know when it's a scam, because 70% of them are. Just have a pre typed response and filter the BS scammers; NEVER REPLY to them, just delete. Be aware of google street pictures, postings with the location "Los Angeles", and anything else too good to be true.

I live in West LA, border Santa Monica (90064). You CAN find rent for much less than $800/mo, even with small pets here. WLA & Culver City are nice areas, but your commute may be a little time consuming; the "Ways" app will be useful. West hollywood has some great spots, My girlfriend had an apartment there for a year.
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I'll give a shout out to Burbank. I've been here 17 years and like the fact that it has own PD, FD, water & power and city gov. Good schools available, clean, small downtown, local airport and, last but not least, PORTOS!

Yeah, still LA County, but as close as I can get to being out of the LA sewer system for time being.

Do not waste your time with the West Side unless you like gridlock traffic to and from work. (That said, I'M moving to Playa Vista in a couple months, so no hate here.)
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Well, now I heard back from another client and I might be going to Cypress CA now. I hope one of them signs a contract soon.


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Well, now I heard back from another client and I might be going to Cypress CA now. I hope one of them signs a contract soon.


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Cypress is no far from some nice areas of Long Beach. You could also live in Westminster. Hope you like Pho.
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The best website for a place in SoCal is westsiderentals.com. Hands down.
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The LA area is a bit expensive for rent, especially in the moderate to nicer areas.
Pacoima has a lot of gang activity with burglaries and thefts.
I would not suggest living there.
You will want to look at places in Sunland, Tujunga, Sylmar or La Crescenta for a near-by place to live.
Do you have family or just you?
Maybe you just need a room in a shared house? $650- and up.
Apartment rents for a single are often $1000, two bedroom $1,200- 1,500 and up.
Check the area carefully if the rent is under $1,000.
Excellent. Those estimates are spot on. I live in Hollywood, and those who know - know that it's nothing special, weird in fact.

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Well, now I heard back from another client and I might be going to Cypress CA now. I hope one of them signs a contract soon.


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I will take you up on that offer if it happens. BTW, is there a good place to live that's between the two?


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[QUOTE=bigzenman;13146823]I will take you up on that offer if it happens. BTW, is there a good place to live that's between the two?


Most direct route between Paicoma and Cypress is the 5. Halfway puts you downtown, East LA. No, you don't want to live there.

If you needed to commute to both places I'd look at Glendora/San Dimas. It's a nice area. Glendora has the whole Rt 66 theme going on.
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I would second this...around the downtown Burbank area (Ikea, etc). I used to live walking dist from there and there were great restaurants and bars that you could walk to.

Also check Woodland Hill and anything along that area of the 118 Freeway.

Before I bought my house, I found all of my apts via Craigslist. Its an awesome resource.

Also, check sigalert.com so you get an idea of what traffic is like during peak hours. An extra 5 miles in certain directions can add 20-30 min on your commute depending on the area.

Finally, when you do find a place...post up the general intersection info on here for us so we can try and give you more info. For example, some "nice" areas have some very bad gang infested sections that you need to be wary of.
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Yes, Burbank is very nice. Totally agree with you becciboo if the OP takes the job in Pacioma.

I thought the OP was asking if he had to travel to Pacioma or Cypress without knowing which one. Or possibly completing one work assignment then taking the other without moving. Glendora seemed like a good compromise.
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+1 on Burbank. safe place to live, clean, not many troublemakers. personally, the PD over there is strict. I've been pulled over twice. Last time was during the DUI hours, of course I'm let go after checking my ID and smelling my breath - but still, they make their presence known
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So, things are a little clearer now. I'll be taking the job in Pacoima and will pick up extra work as needed from the one in cypress.
So how far south east can I go in Glendale before the area gets bad?
Also, for the first week I'll need a decent hotel in the same area. Any ideas on good but not bank busting?

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Glendale PD is just as strict as Burbank, so you're good there. But be cautious at night east of the 2 fwy (like Eagle Rock, Cypress Park area) - The Avenues is a gang that's around there. When street signs turn into numbered "##" Avenues, you're in the neighbor-"hood". It's been around 6 years since the last time they jumped me, so I dunno if they're still active. If you stay in your car and not walk around at night like I was doing, you'll be ok.

*edit: For context, a friend of mine lives off of Division St. I wasn't walking around that area for kicks... err.. wrong word. but you get what I mean, lol
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Okay, how is Studio City? Or Silver Lake?


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Okay, Pacoima signed. Now a short term hotel while I search out a place to live. How is the Brandwood? Or the holiday inn Burbank?


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+1 - Burbank Holiday Inn, great place. They intentionally give party people a room away from the rest of the guests so they aren't a bother.
Burbank and Glendale have a Clean Air law.
Burbank Holiday Inn has a smoking section outside, to the right of the lobby.
A lot of cute flight attendants from Burbank Airport room there. So if you happen to make friends with one during your flight - most likely, she'll only be a couple of floors away
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Okay well I arrive tomorrow.
can anybody give me any advice on transporting my handgun from the airport to the hotel


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My understanding is handguns in Kali have to be transported unloaded and in a locked container. I think the locked container can be a fabric type case with a small suitcase type padlock. Loaded mags cannot be in that same locked container.
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My understanding is handguns in Kali have to be transported unloaded and in a locked container. I think the locked container can be a fabric type case with a small suitcase type padlock. Loaded mags cannot be in that same locked container.
I think it is supposed to be a hard case. Soft cases are ok for long guns. Also pretty sure there is a Sticky about this.
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Office will be in Pacoima. I was wanting to find something for less than $1000


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Go look for apartments around LA Valley College. Pacas is pretty rough, living there is not good living if you're not from there. Go a little south and east. Maybe a few hundred more but definitely look into getting hooked up with a roommate who is already looking for someone. People come and go out of the Valley all the time. You'll find something.
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My understanding is handguns in Kali have to be transported unloaded and in a locked container. I think the locked container can be a fabric type case with a small suitcase type padlock. Loaded mags cannot be in that same locked container.

That is not correct. You do not have to transport ammunition separately you just cannot have the gun loaded. A soft case is fine as long as you cannot get to the gun with the lock in place. You can have a loaded magazine, but you cannot have the magazine in the magwell of you gun. I have printed the page from the CHP’s website and I carry it with me whenever I transport firearms so I can show a LEO if needed.
Following is copied from the CHP’s FAQ’s page of their website;

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"I will be traveling to California and want to carry my weapon. I currently have a concealed weapon permit. How can I legally transport my weapon while driving through the state?

California law does not recognize concealed weapon permits from other states; therefore, they would not be held valid. If you wish to transport a handgun during your California visit, it should be carried unloaded in a locked container. In the absence of a suitable container, you may secure the unloaded handgun in the locked trunk of a passenger car. Ammunition may be kept in the same container or trunk, but the handgun must remain unloaded with no rounds in the cylinder and no loaded magazines in the magazine well.
If you have additional questions, contact the California Department of Justice at 916-227-3703."
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