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Posted: 10/25/21 05:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I think It's Apartments.com that may have some rentals. Or maybe Airbnb. Good luck.


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Search Airbnb and vrbo. Or just google condos for rent in each state


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Just my reply I would try Florida or Texas. No dog in this fight just my two cents in this matter.

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Nana, since this is intended as a research project, exploring areas somewhat, maybe take a bit of a roving approach, find a couple of monthly rentals one in Az, and another down in Texas.
I dont know how crowded it will be this winter, but check over 55 parks with permanent park models which can be rented, most years the owners use most of them in the winter, but with Coronacrud????? Many will stay north.
Extended stay motels are another alternative.

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CDC wrote:

Florida: 3.8%
New Daily Cases: 0
Tests per 100k: 335.4

California: 1.5%
New Daily Cases: 7450
Tests per 100k: 879.3

Arizona: 10.9%
New Daily Cases: 2495
Tests per 100k: 279.9


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Covid cases nationally are way down and going lower.

As for laws and regulations, which state is banning gas powered generators? Which state is slapping new regs on Class A RV's. Which state has legalized shop lifting and other crimes? Which state has regulated campgrounds out of existence? The list goes on and on and if you are trying to defend Cali on that basis you are taking a losing position.

But you are right the OP was asking about Condo rental not politics so why did you bring it up?


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agesilaus wrote:


But you are right the OP was asking about Condo rental not politics so why did you bring it up?


You are the one who brought up politics:

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Besides be extremely expensive CA is choked with rules, laws and regs. I'm not sure if most businesses are open. We avoid the place if possible.


Expensiveness is a legitimate consideration. But why would rules, laws and regulations (like the potential future banning of gasoline powered small engines - which is NOT even slightly guaranteed to happen) have any bearing on a 3-month visit?

And your comment about businesses not being open is nothing but political trash talk with absolutely no basis in reality.


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In Arizona, especially the Phoenix and Tucson areas, a lot of the RV parks have PARK MODELS (sitting in one as I type) and several of those are available for rent either from the park itself, or from a private person. You could call several of them to get an idea of what is available. We are in a Cal-Am park, there are several in the Phoenix area, and they have a lot for rent. And some of the Park Models for rent are those owned by Canadians who aren't coming south this year.


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"Besides be extremely expensive CA is choked with rules, laws and regs. I'm not sure if most businesses are open. We avoid the place if possible."

More stereotyping from people who know nothing about California.

Califronia's snowbird areas are more confined to the desert areas east of Southern California. The Coachella Valley where Palm Springs is located has many condos and second homes that are used primarily during the winter months when the weather is perfect. If you like golfing, there are many golf courses in the area. From the Palm Springs area you can explore all the diverse areas Southern California has to offer.





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One thing you will notice going into CA on I-10, The eastern lanes are clogged with people leaving and the western lanes are nearly empty. I sneaked in at a length of 70ft+ to Pamona and sneaked back out at 55mph. That place is hard to defend with so many people leaving.

There are plenty of condos for short term rent in the South East in the winter especially in the beach areas. Have a good time.

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ferndaleflyer wrote:

One thing you will notice going into CA on I-10, The eastern lanes are clogged with people leaving and the western lanes are nearly empty. I sneaked in at a length of 70ft+ to Pamona and sneaked back out at 55mph. That place is hard to defend with so many people leaving.

There are plenty of condos for short term rent in the South East in the winter especially in the beach areas. Have a good time.


More gibberish from people who know nothing about California or its traffic patterns.

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