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Short term rental properties are homes available for rent for short term leases. They include holiday rentals and Airbnb homes. Holiday rental homes will be available for individual nights and weekly bookings. While short term leases will available for monthly stays up to 6 months.
Browse available short term rentals below.
Short-term rentals: FAQs
What is considered a short-term rental?
A short-term rental is typically a property that is furnished and available for rent for less than six months. Often, short-term rentals are leased month-to-month rather than fixed-term.
How do I find a short-term rental?
Looking to rent a month-to-month property? You have landed in the right place! You can find a short-term rental right here on RentEzy.
Remember, most landlords will not list their property as being available short-term, but they may be open to the idea. If you find a property that ticks all the boxes, it’s worth getting in touch with the property owner or manager.
Where can I advertise my short-term rental?
You can advertise your short-term rental here on RentEzy. Our professional, economical, search-engine-optimised rental listings empower you to attract and secure suitable tenants.
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Can you get short-term rentals in Australia?
Yes. If you need to rent a property in Australia for less than six months, you can secure a short-term rental. Do keep in mind that the majority of landlords are looking for longer-term tenants. Browse our short-term rental page or be ready to negotiate.
Can I rent for less than 6 months?
Yes. It is legal for renters to lease a property for six months or less.
That being said, this isn’t the norm – tenancy agreements usually run for six or 12 months. You may have to negotiate with the rental provider to secure a property for less than six months or on a month-to-month basis.
How do you negotiate a short-term lease?
Here are a few tips for negotiating a short-term lease:
- Just ask. You can never know if a rental provider is open to a short-term renter unless you ask.
- Offer more money.
- Highlight your strengths as a tenant by providing a rental history and references.
- Be open to compromise.