Yes, there is in fact a peak season for leasing activity.
This video provides a guide on which months to avoid, and which months to target, when renting.
And whenever you do rent, don't forget renters insurance!
Here's a transcript of the video:
It may not surprise you to learn that most Americans move between May and September.
During these peak months, there may be greater demand from renters vying for rental units. This may mean you have to act quickly when making a decision about a rental so as not to lose it to another interested party.
If you're looking for a deal on an apartment, winter is generally the best time to look. Apartment turnover is much slower during the winter months, so while there may be fewer units to choose from, property managers mayunits to choose from, property managers may be more likely to cut a deal to fill their vacancies.
Once you've found that perfect place to rent, don't forget about renters insurance. Even if the landlord doesn't require it, a renters insurance policy offers liability and personal property protection.
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