The flight pandemic, which has caused an influx of newcomers to cities such as Tampa, Florida, Austin and Detroit, has reshaped the rental market. Low supply – and the desire of many to try out a destination before committing itself – has led to a rental boom that parallels a sales boom.
In Nashville, Tennessee, Village Real Estate’s Shane Tallant has noticed a marked increase in interest in luxury homes in the area as large numbers of people come from California, New York and Illinois. “We still have four seasons, the absence of state income tax is a huge advantage, the entertainment and sports industries are located in the city center,” he says. “It is growing faster than anyone expected.
In Reno, one of the fastest growing markets, for Rosie Booker of Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty, monthly rents have skyrocketed. “We are seeing an increase in demand – these are people waiting for a new house to be built or those who have not been able to find a home, because everything is going as asked and you need so much money to save money. So people are trying to rent an apartment while they find a place to buy. ”She says the 1,500-square-foot home that could have been rented for $ 1,800 six months ago will now cost about $ 2,500.
Five luxury homes for rent
This penthouse, arguably the most popular in the city, is the only private residence in the Smith Tower, Seattle’s oldest skyscraper. It overlooks Puget Sound and Mount Rainier with 360-degree views through 24 teardrop shaped lead windows.
The penthouse has preserved many of the details of the original 1914 building, and the glass globe, which can be seen across the city, can be accessed directly from the apartment. The two-story space has one bedroom and two bathrooms on an area of 2,128 square feet, as well as two parking spaces. He is listed by Moira Holly of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty.
Fully furnished apartment is located in the Art District of the city. Boldly styled interiors include artistic décor such as portraits of Grace Kelly and Pablo Picasso, open-plan living space with exposed chimneys, and a shuttered living room.
Three bedrooms, four bathrooms and one partial bath are spread over 4,600 square feet. He is listed alongside Shane Tallant of Village Real Estate.
Located in the Ansley Park area, this fully furnished five-bedroom home has four bathrooms and one half bathrooms over 4,226 square feet.
The brick house has a courtyard, a garden terrace with a fireplace, a wine cellar and 14-foot ceilings. Plastered walls give the house an antique look. He is listed alongside Jason Cook of Ansley Real Estate.
The expansive 19th century French Quarter home was once a tomato warehouse, bakery and theater. It retains a southern atmosphere with balconies that connect parts of the house and a courtyard with a plunge pool and fountain.
The home, located near the Mississippi River, has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and two partial bathrooms over 6,155 square feet. He is listed on Debbie Prejeant of Latter and Blum Property Management.
This newly built waterfront home overlooks Catalina Island and the surf spot known as Klin. The deck features a spa and fireplace with ocean views, while a sliding glass wall opens the living area to the outside.
The master suite also features glass walls that open onto a balcony. The home has five bedrooms, five bedrooms and one partial bedroom, over 4,128 square feet, and is listed by Tara Shapiro of Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty.