Find a place to live first. Please. As in, before you come to Charlottesville, please try to find a place to live.
Housing options – particularly rentals – are difficult to find on short notice. We don’t have military or base housing. The rental market is difficult.
I’ve written before about finding rentals in the Charlottesville area … to give you a taste of what the rental market is like, keeping in mind that the Charlottesville MLS tends not to have the majority of rentals as it does homes for sale …
For homes with three bedrooms and two baths –
Of these 116 rentals that meet the above criteria, 31 are vacant – meaning, most likely, less than a third of the available rental inventory is available for immediate occupancy. So, if you’re staying in a hotel looking for a place to live, you are going to face a challenge.
Further, of those 31, one indicates they will do either a short-term or month-to-month lease. 12 of the 116 indicate they will accept such terms.
Adding another wrinkle – of the 116, 24 indicate that they will accept pets.
If you have questions, please ask me.
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