I am starting a job in Woodland Hills, California, where should I live?

I am about to graduate college and do not have a lot of money, so I am looking to rent an apartment. I have never lived in California, so I don't know anything. I was thinking about living in Woodland Hills so I do not have to deal with the traffic. Are there any other places reasonably close that would be better to live for a person in my situation?

Asked By: - 2/17/2010
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Woodland Hills or West Hills. The former is probably better though because it would be closer to the job.
Answered By: One Wicked Green Girl - 2/18/2010
Additional Answers (4)
Make sure it's official. If it's not, don't come to California unless you want to suffer. If you do officially get the job, let's start by living in.. oh, I don't know.. Woodland Hills! :D
Answered By: Speedy Gonzales (RIP, kitty!) - 2/17/2010
Woodland Hills is in the valley and as such there should be some decent and relatively affordable apartment buildings close by so that you can avoid a costly commute. I don't know your budget so you can start your own search using or which is of course free. Open up a tab of... More
Answered By: Gray Area - 2/17/2010
I think it's a brilliant idea to live near there. Woodland Hills is very nice and affordable. Traffic is awful out here so the closer you live to work the better... More
Answered By: lazydazy - 2/17/2010
There are lots of apartment buildings in Woodland Hills, you should be able to find something in your budget, if your budget is reasonable for LA costs. A very nice new 1 bedroom apt a the low end will cost from about $1200 - $1600, and a 2 bedroom from about $1500 - $2000 depending on the building. (This is actually... More
Answered By: maliboo_girl - 2/17/2010
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