July 24, 2018

Have you ever been on vacation and thought: “It would be amazing to live here!”

Well, with rentals in summer hotspots like Outer Banks, North Carolina, Virginia Beach, Virginia and Siesta Keys, Florida you can make that dream a reality.

Outer Banks, North Carolina 

The Outer Banks has some of the best beaches on the East Coast. With so many shops, entertainment and dining options, many people call the Outer Banks area their home.

For those who want to call OBX home, they can expect to pay on average $1,140 per month for a rental property. The median price is $1,195.

These rental properties can be 2-bedroom apartments or vacation homes near or steps away from the beach.

Consider looking up OBX rentals to see why so many people call it their “Happy Place.”

Click here to see a Rentometer address rent comp search of North Carolina Highway 12, Avon, North Carolina 27915, United States.

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Virginia Beach is home to approximately 452,602 people. The city is made up of beach, city living, and farmland. It’s a little bit of everything for those who want to experience it all.

If you love the beach way of life more than the busyness of the city and slowness of the country, the oceanfront is perfect for you.

You can expect to pay about $1,586 for a summer rental in the Virginia Beach area. This rental price may be more for on-beach property, but 80% of the rentals in the area are between $1,195 to $1,899.

These rentals are for two-bedroom units or homes, so if you only need one bedroom or more than two, use Rentometer’s Rent Analysis tool to find estimates for exactly what you need.

Click here to see a Rentometer neighborhood rent comp search of Bayside, Virginia Beach.

Siesta Keys, Florida 

Those looking for beach living in a slightly warmer location may want to consider Siesta Keys, Florida. Siesta Keys offers white sandy beaches and beautiful views. It’s paradise within the U.S.

Since Siesta Keys is such a hotspot for vacationers, year-round summer rentals average about $2,319. They can go up to $4,000 per month for ones that are directly on the beach.

These rentals are for two bedrooms. If you’re looking for something not as expensive, consider a one-bedroom property or studio. You can find many available using Rentometer’s Rent Analysis tool here.

Click here to see a Rentometer zip code rent comp search of Sarasota, Florida

Do Your Research for the Best in Year-Round Summer Rentals

The first step is to decide where you want to call home. With so many beautiful summer destinations, you’ll likely find an area that will make you feel like you’re on vacation all the time. As you’re deciding, you may want to use a Rentometer’s Rent Analysis tool to see what the average rental costs are for different places. This can help you choose something within your budget.

When you hone in on where you want to live, you can look at the different rental properties available in that area with our tool. It’s easy to contact the rental agent or landlord to find out more about the property and schedule a tour of it.

Start your search for the perfect year-round summer rental today with Rentometer!

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