The Hamptons see an uptick in fall rentals, report finds

TRD TRI-STATE /
Oct.October 11, 2019 12:36 PM

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The Hamptons are “becoming a more desirable destination in the fall” amid a drop in rental prices, Forbes reported. The area saw 5,985 rental bookings this year as of Sept. 16, up from around 4,800 for all of September back in 2018, the outlet reported, citing data from listings site StayMarquis. September and October also see “significant” dips in prices for rental properties, which attracts renters. “Fall is a great time out here,” Douglas Elliman’s Aaron Curti told the outlet. “It’s still beautiful and you don’t need a beach pass after September 15. Plus, there’s a whole lot less traffic.” [Forbes]


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