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I'm moving to Pasadena in August and am looking for an apartment. I'd like a one bedroom somewhere in the $1200 - $1700 range but am willing to overpay slightly. I've been looking on ApartmentRatings.com and it seems that quite a few of the apartments listed have comments similar to the following: "There've been a lot of robberies and muggings" "There were x murders in the neighborhood this year" "Don't even think about going out at night" "This is the ghetto" This is for apartments around $1700/m. I'd like to live somewhere safe. If someone breaks into my car and steals stuff then c'est la vie, but I don't want to have to worry constantly about being mugged. What regions/neighborhoods should I stay away from? Alternatively, are there any you would recommend? Finally, do I have a non-zero chance of finding somewhere that will let me move in with my snake?
Generally, the area not to rent in Pasadena / Altadena (borders are not easily definable), is the 210 freeway to the West, the 210 freeway to the South (it curves), Fair Oaks Ave to the West, Washington Bl to the North. Some of the neighborhoods bordering this area also sketchy. And there are some ok neighborhoods within those boundaries. Nearby there are multimillion dollar mansions. It's quite mixed in Pasadena. Pasadena is mostly a safe area, especially compared to most of the LA. There have been violent crimes in the area above, but less than in LA. There really is no need to go in those neighborhoods unless you live there. In nicer neighborhoods, there have been some break ins, burglars going through side doors to take computers, etc out of unoccupied rooms, but this is happening all over LA. Also, smash and grab of stuff in cars (don't leave anything visible, that brown paper bag with your left over lunch may have diamonds or cash in it, I suppose), again, this is happening all over LA. You have to be careful on the apartment ratings, as competitors will post negative things, but some are likely spot on. In Pasadena, it's very common that landlords don't post advertisements online as it's not necessary, a rent sign in front of the property often does it. So your best bet may be finding a neighborhood in Pasadena you like, then drive around looking for signs. Pasadena has many different environments, if you prefer the wide open, take a look at northeast Pasadena, over near Altadena Dr north of Foothill. At nearby Eaton Canyon there is an easy walk/hike to a waterfall. > Hiking Trails > To Waterfall on map I know some guys who have lived at the Stuart at Sierra Madre Villa, next to the Sierra Madre Villa Gold Line Station, and A Noise Within Theatre (amazing performances). They liked the convenience of having the Gold Line right there, the apartments were nice enough, not cheap, but I think a one bedroom is within your budget. You might look further east at Sierra Madre, it's a cute little town just east of Pasadena, very safe. Look starting at Sierra Madre Bl east of Michillinda. There are older buildings without a lot of amenities that would fit in your budget (it's not a modern building type place). If you're into city living, there are the Terraces at Paseo (an outdoor upscale mall), right next to Old Town Pasadena, you'd probably be able to afford a single. Not sure about the snake. I haven't run across that issue with any of my tenants, I think it would depend on the snake, and the insurance. Good luck!
My daughter rents in the "Bungalow Heaven" neighborhood, and has had few problems (few = noisy fellow tenants, no muggings), even though it's a mixed race area. Generally the further south the worse, north is generally better. If you get to Altadena you've gone to far, unless you're Korean. Her is $1,100 a month for what I consider a shoebox apartment. You'll have better luck in the $1,500 to $1,700 range. If you can club together with people, consider renting a house. With the foreclosure crisis they are the best deals, if you can rent out a 3-Bedroom house and split the bill 3-ways. Overall not a bad town. You can look for murder stats on the pennsylvania TImes website. There are few in Pasadena. SoCal in general is surprisingly segregated, though so be mindful (somewhat) that you match the ethnic base where you live, although some areas are mixed. Ditch the snake. As a landlord who rents to a few on the verge, I still dislike reptiles of all kinds. But I do rent to people with lizards, etc. But I really dislike snakes!