Rentals • Year-Round and Seasonal
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Meet our Rental Manager
Vacationing in the Mt. Washington Valley… Let me help you find the perfect spot for your White Mountain getaway! Looking for a Year-Round Rental? We have those too! Email Me
Cherri DiSilva, our Rental Manager, would love to introduce
the Mt. Washington Valley to you. Having lived here for
over 30 years, she knows the area well but appreciates
that for those moving to the area or interested in a
seasonal or short term rental, finding the right rental
property can be tough. There are so many factors: the
neighborhood, matching your needs to the right
property and price, and the rental agreement
paperwork. Why spend days combing through
the classifieds or driving around, when with one call,
you connect with a rental specialist who’s dedicated
to finding the right rental for you? You’ll save time,
money and gas! Contact Cherri for more information
on how she can help you find a great vacation rental.
When Renting Makes Sense
Whether you’re relocating or moving out on your own for the first time, you’ll be faced with the choice of renting versus buying a home or condo. There are advantages to both, but below are six circumstances when choosing to rent really makes sense. If you do decide that renting is your best route, make sure to call our rental agent, Cherri DiSilva to help you with your rental search.
- Short-Term Housing Needs – Renting is best for short-term housing needs. Renting allows you to move easily when you plan on relocating, or are just feeling out a new location.
- Sense of Freedom – When you rent a house or condo, you’ll likely sign up to a one-year lease. This means that you’re tied to that place for at least that amount of time. Once the time is up, you can move to another location if you choose, or you can renew your lease, provided the landlord agrees.
- Less Responsibility – When you rent a home or condo, most of the responsibility is on the Landlords shoulders. Usually, when you rent a house, you’re responsible for minor maintenance such as replacing light bulbs, changing the batteries in the smoke detectors, filling hanger holes in the walls, and sometimes lawn maintenance.
- No Debt – When you’re renting a house, you are responsible for the monthly rent and utilities; that’s it.
- No Financing –When you rent a home, you don’t have to worry about financing, usually a security deposit and first month’s rent will be all you will need to move in.
- Gives Time to Build Credit-If you find your credit scores are not where they need to be in order to qualify for a mortgage, renting will give you time to raise your credit scores.