Long Term Condo Rentals

Posted by Sam Smith on Monday, November 4th, 2013 at 2:46pm.

Huntington Beach has an abundance of condos that are available for lease.  Different beach communities in Orange County will have a mixture of vacation weekly rentals combined with longer term rentals.  Longer term is usually determined if the rental period is for a period longer than 6 months.  The highest concentration of rentals can be found in the downtown area and are considered some of the most affordable rates in all of the Orange County beach city towns.

Condo rental prices in Huntington Beach will typically start in the $1,200 a month range.  This will be for a one bedroom, one bath condo that will normally be located approximately 3 miles to the beach.  If your budget allows then you can find one bedroom condos closer to the beach for around $1,500 a month.  Condo rentals under $2,000 a month are the quickest to go so make sure you have pre-filled out a rental application and have a current credit report available.  If you would like to have a rental application emailed to you please contact us and we will send you one.

It's also important to inform your rental real estate agent if you have any pets.  Many rentals in the Huntington Beach area will consider pets but you must submit on the kind of pet that you have.  Having a picture of your pet always help this process with the landlord.  If your credit is less than perfect a letter of explanation will go a long way in helping you get the rental property you want.  We have provided a link below to help you start your search today!

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Huntington Beach 16771 Hoskins Lane

Newly renovated, turnkey back studio unit. Unit has 3/4 bathroom, kitchenette, and fenced in backyard, all separate from the front house.$1,050

$1,050
1 Beds
1 Baths
144 SqFt
9 Days On Market

2 Responses to "Long Term Condo Rentals"

Scott wrote: I'm looking for a 1 room condo that allows pets. I am in search of something around 1500 a month. Move in date June 1st.

Posted on Tuesday, April 19th, 2016 at 12:17am.

Sam Smith Team wrote: Great. We recommend to start looking 30-45 days before your move-in date. Rental go very quickly and landlords will not typically hold a rental for more than 30 days unless you are willing to pay for it.

Posted on Tuesday, April 19th, 2016 at 8:21am.

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