renting a condo in Tahoe tips

Discussion in 'California' started by mariaS, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. mariaS

    mariaS New Member

    Hi, I'd like renting a condo in Tahoe and I was wondering where to begin looking for Lake Tahoe condos. Has anyone got any tips and advise to make the process smooth?
  2. Ruby

    Ruby Guest


    Most people who don't know the lake well actually wonder how to go about renting a condo in Lake Tahoe so you're not alone. The main thing you want to achieve when renting a condo or any other type of rental vacation it's a good price.

    So, the best tip I can give you is to rent directly from the owner to cut out the middleman and save you money. There are many vacation-rental-by-owner web sites that you can look at for Lake Tahoe condo rentals, but they might not provide the basic information you need if you don’t know the lake very well.

    If you need an introduction to the different parts of the lake, from North Lake Tahoe to South Lake Tahoe, check out a site that specializes in Lake Tahoe condos only.
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  3. megan104

    megan104 New Member

    Make sure the place is safe.
  4. BlackEyes

    BlackEyes New Member

    If you are looking to get a good place, make sure that you chose one that has a good view of Lake Tahoe. Though, you need to also be ready, as these can be a bit pricier.
  5. milfordplaza

    milfordplaza New Member

    The best tip I can give you is to lease immediately from the proprietor to cut out the intermediary and conserve your funds. There are many vacation-rental-by-owner web sites that you can look at for Pond Lake tahoe property accommodations, but they might not provide the primary information you need if you do not know the river very well.
  6. adamsandler

    adamsandler New Member

    So I have made up my mind to visit Lake Tahoe Rental Vacation. I'm thinking next Aug/Sept so any and all information regarding the hotels would really be appreciated
  7. martijacobs

    martijacobs New Member

    I love Lake Tahoe, but you see Tahoe is a seasonal town (winter, summer) and very few people visit in the off months. However, people who live in Tahoe and work at the resorts and casinos, etc. need a place to live. I would rent it as a vacation rental. Charge more in the winter and more in the summer.
  8. martijacobs

    martijacobs New Member

    Hi Adam, check out this (destination360. com/north-america/us/california/lake-tahoe/cabins) it has good information about rentals, also is a great idea go on Aug/Sept, in September is celebrate the Sample The Sierra, this is a video from 2014, hope you have fun! (youtube. com/watch?v=U59okSGhoKs)
  9. martijacobs

    martijacobs New Member

    WAIT!!! Are you Adam Sandler for reaaaal!???????
  10. shiningstarsf

    shiningstarsf New Member

    AirBnB has some really good listings that's worth a look... Love Tahoe!

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