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Anew study from the Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California finds that San Francisco is the nation's least-affordable rental market. Sad, but not surprising. We've detailed how horrible the current rental market in San Francisco is many times before. According to the study, more than half of SF residents can't afford a typical two-bedroom apartment, which averages $1,905 per month. "There is a popular misconception that the foreclosure crisis has made San Francisco a more affordable place to live, but renters are not out of the woods," said Peggy Lee, acting director of the association. [SFGate/photo via Shutterstock]