I am sorry to say I work Downtown and there is very little inventory right now. Your best bet is to
contactt a Realtor in the area and they can help you. Landlord's pay our commission and if they have to pay; you can bet its a real rental.
Try calling the campus and see if they have any suggestions. Sometimes they might know of a vacancy or if someone needs a room mate.
Be very careful of ads that make promises that are too good to be true. There are many rental scammers out there who find empty houses and advertise them at ridiculouisly low prices. Ads that show a 1 bedroom or 2 bedroom home for $1000 per month are usually just trying to get your credit information. I can't tell you how many times people have walked into my office with a brochure on a condo rental that is too ridiculous to believe but the people do! Many have already given their information to the scammer and will lose their money.
Trudi Geniale - Broker