Most of the apartments I've looked up have income restrictions that require me to make considerably less than what I will be. From what it looks like, I'll have to jump up to the price range of renting/leasing a house or condo (1000$ or more a month) in order to find something. I'm thinking that if I'm going to jump up that much to find an apartment anyway, I might as well just try to find a house (or maybe a condo) to rent/lease instead.
The sad thing about trying to find a place to live without actually being there is that, while their description may look good, they're all the same until I can get a walk-through tour and see exact what the neighborhood looks like myself. The only thing I can do by calling them right now is to see if they have an income restriction, what kind of security deposit they require, and if they allow subleasing.