If you haven't locked in your Hamptons summer rental, you may be in luck because there's lots of places to choose from and some owners are offering discounts
Landlords are slashing rents for vacation places by as much as 30 percent because there are "hundreds" of listings on the market and demand is down, according to CNBC. It’s a far cry from what the area experienced during the last two summers, when demand was high for both long-term and summer rentals.
Of course it’s still the Hamptons, so even with these steep discounts, you’re still going to pay an eye-popping amount to rent a house here compared to other vacation spots. And while there are plenty of options still available for the season, you’ll need to be flexible with what town you stay in and which month you visit.
To help with your vacation rental search, here are five rentals in the Hamptons with availability this summer.
This two bedroom, two bath is available throughout the summer starting at $10,000 for June or $40,000 through Labor Day. The cottage has a large backyard, patio, grill, central air, cable, linens, a sunroom, and laundry room. Flying Point Beach and Little Plains Beach are nearby.
This three bedroom, two and a half bath is available in June for $10,000. It has an inground pool, hot tub, patio, deck, fireplace, cable, linens, and beach rights. Barnes Hole Beach is nearby.
This three bedroom, two bath is available for $9,000 in July. It has a pool, deck, central air, grill, and a breakfast area. Village Beach and Tiana Beach are nearby.
This four bedroom, five bath is available for $12,800 in August. The waterfront house has beach rights, central air, cable, fireplaces, and a covered porch. Kirk Park Beach and Navy Beach are nearby.
This three bedroom, three and a half bath is listed for $18,000 for August through Labor Day. The house has an inground pool, hot tub, patio, pool house, central air, cable, and a finished basement. Barnes Hole Beach is two miles away.
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