Those of you who had to move to San Francisco to work for Uber -- how helpful was the global mobility team in helping you figure out temporary and then permanent housing? Is this an easy process? Would love to hear experiences.
On that note, what's the best neighborhood that's priced low relative to how convenient it is to Uber's offices? Nob hill? This would be my first time in SF, I've been Googling shit but tbh it's been only minimally helpful.
You want to make sure you get a place above Bush or ideally above Pine. Pack heights is a great area that's a tad more expensive but is quite nice. You can also live much lower in pac heights (like Franklin and Sutter)