Apartment rentals in Buenos Aires are BIG business and there are many different resources you can use to find one that works for you. Here is a list of some of the best sources for finding temporary, long-term, luxury, and vacation apartment rentals.
OLX – Free Online Classifieds – As is obvious from the title, this is an online classifieds site, and the apartment rentals section is used frequently by Argentines and foreigners alike. It is usually in Spanish, so if you don´t speak Spanish, it may be a problem. Be sure to select the type of apartment rental that interests you and the neighborhood you want to live in.
Craigslist – Free Online Classifieds – another online classifieds site, though not set up as well as OLX. It has a good selection of apartments of all types, but tends to be geared towards tourists, and therefore prices are usually higher. Ads are almost always posted in English though, making it easier to navigate for some people.
Solo Dueños – Probably the best site for looking for temporary and long-term rentals in Buenos Aires because you are dealing directly with the owners. This means less mark-up which you find with the other websites, which are usually run by real estate companies (known as Inmobiliarias). The website is well set-up, but only in Spanish.
Websites Specializing in Temporary Apartment Rentals
There are many different websites from companies that offer temporary apartment rentals. You will even find the same apartments listed on different websites, as the owners will list their site in as many places as possible. Most sites work in a very similar way, some have service that is better than others. Some accept credit cards for reservations, others only accept cash.
Here are a couple good ones, but you can find many more just by doing a search on Google for temporary apartment rentals.
4Rent Argentina – you can find everything from cheap to expensive apartments on 4Rent.
You can also search Google for Apartment Rentals in Buenos Aires, and you will find a lot of sites renting out temporary, luxury and vacation apartments. Most of the ones you find will be very expensive, but if you are looking for a high-end place, this is a good option.
If you are already in Buenos Aires, you can go to the Inmobiliarias, which are located all over the place. I don’t recommend them, because they charge a very large fee to help you rent a place. However, they do make the search process easy if you are willing to pay the extra money.
Clarin and La Nacion Classifieds – these are the two major newspapers in Buenos Aires. Both sites are well set-up and easy to use, though La Clarín does a better job of separating the apartment rentals into the basic groups, such as temporary rentals, vacation rentals, etc. Both sites are only in Spanish, so be prepared to speak Spanish if you contact any of them.
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