For those who are familiar with SF housing, please advise... I've been looking at studio apartments just to see what's available at my price range. After seeing a couple of really tiny studios in bad shape, I saw a perfect one for $845 last week. It's still small but has a good-sized bedroom with a kitchen that you can actually move in and a small area for a couch and coffee table for guests. It's also only a 5-minute ride to school. The thing is that it's available right now, but I can't really afford to move in until at least July. (I currently live with my parents in the East Bay.) If they give it to me, should I take it and just find someone to sublease it over the summer? How easy is this to do? Or do you guys think that there are more of these kinds of studios around and I just have to be patient in looking? The landlord told me last night that it's basically mine. I have to get back to him soon and ask him if subleasing is an option. Any responses will be greatly appreciated!