South Florida Condos for Rent

Beckett Realty specializes in long-term rentals of luxury South Florida condominiums. Let our experienced team help you find the perfect rental in South Florida. There are plenty of downtown and waterfront condos to rent on a seasonal or annual basis. Whether you are looking for a downtown luxury condo or waterfront condo-hotel for long-term rental, let our team find you the perfect property. 

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701 Se Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd Ph1801, Fort Lauderdale

$49,000 - 4 Beds, 6 Baths, 5,985 Sf

MLS® # F10301820

Charles Rutenberg Realty FortBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
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4101 N Ocean Blvd D1701, Boca Raton

$20,000 - 3 Beds, 4 Baths, 3,757 Sf

MLS® # F10309118

First Brickell, LLCBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
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17121 Collins Ave 4201, Sunny Isles Beach

$17,000 - 4 Beds, 5 Baths, 2,485 Sf

MLS® # F10306198

The Keyes CompanyBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
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New Listing

2200 N Ocean Blvd N404, Fort Lauderdale

$15,500 - 2 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,885 Sf

MLS® # F10309733

Compass Florida, LLCBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
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20201 E Country Club Dr 603, Miami

$15,500 - 3 Beds, 4 Baths, 3,264 Sf

MLS® # F10308355

My Happy Place Realty IncBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
Photo of Listing #F10310205
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101 S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd 1407, Fort Lauderdale

$15,000 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,905 Sf

MLS® # F10310205

Coldwell Banker RealtyBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
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1600 S Ocean Blvd 1404, Pompano Beach

$15,000 - 3 Beds, 5 Baths, 3,029 Sf

MLS® # F10307724

RE/MAX House of Real EstateBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
Photo of Listing #F10304462

101 S Fort Lauderdale Beach 2206, Fort Lauderdale

$15,000 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,905 Sf

MLS® # F10304462

Coldwell Banker RealtyBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
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1220 S Ocean Blvd Ph, Pompano Beach

$15,000 - 3 Beds, 4 Baths, 5,400 Sf

MLS® # F10251886

Compass Florida, LLCBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
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3131 Ne 7th Ave 1901, Miami

$12,500 - 3 Beds, 4 Baths, 1,634 Sf

MLS® # F10308861

Hansen Homes, LLCBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
Photo of Listing #F10310258
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2831 N Ocean Blvd Ph07n, Fort Lauderdale

$12,000 - 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,033 Sf

MLS® # F10310258

Compass Florida, LLCBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo
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101 S Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd 1207, Fort Lauderdale

$12,000 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,905 Sf

MLS® # F10304458

Coldwell Banker RealtyBeaches Multiple Listing Service Logo

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Why Should You Rent A Condo In South Florida?

Many of Florida's condominiums are owned as second homes or vacation properties. As such, their owners only spend part of the year living in them and often look to rent them out when not in use to generate extra income. This means that the Florida condo market offers a range of rental options, providing you the opportunity to enjoy luxurious and convenient condo living at a very reasonable price.

Renting a condo in South Florida has many benefits over, say, a hotel. These include:

  • Better pricing - Renting a condo is often cheaper than a hotel room.
  • Variety - Condos feature in a wide range of communities and building types.
  • Better quality - Rental condos are often set up as someone's home. As such, you'll find good appliances, full kitchens, luxury features, and more!
  • Flexibility - When renting a condo you will often deal directly with the owner, meaning you can negotiate for what you want or need. Bringing kids, pets, or maybe a party? It's all about building the right relationships.  

Buying Versus Renting A Condo in South Florida

And what if you are considering buying a condo instead of just renting one? Well, buying a condo is a great way to generate extra income, secure equity in a fantastic real estate market, and own your own piece of paradise. But it has its drawbacks. For a start, you may not want to be subject to all the rules of a condo association or HOA, and you may want to invest your money in assets that appreciate more quickly than condos. For example, many such organizations don't allow short term rentals.

Also, if you're only planning on occupying the condo some of the time, dealing with renters or property management companies may not be your thing. And furthermore, you'll often want to occupy a condo yourself at the exact time of year when it would be most profitable as a rental, forcing you into some awkward calculations when all you want is some fun in the sun. 

In contrast, simply renting a condo gives you the freedom to walk away after a few months, without having to deal with HOAs or condo associations. You're also free to choose different condos for each visit, changing scenery, lifestyle, amenities, or even hopping between cities in South Florida. And after you take into account repairs, management fees, HOA fees, and so on - it might just be a better use of your money. 

Renting A Condo Versus An Apartment

When renting an apartment, your relationship as a renter is with the owner or management company responsible for the entire building. As such, the deal is usually a "once size fits all" affair, with little room for personalization or negotiation. Apartments are also only fitted for renting, so they're optimized for profit, which means fewer amenities and lower-quality appliances, furniture, and so on. They may also see a much higher volume of renters coming through, so the level of wear and tear will be higher. 

Condos on the other hand are privately and individually owned and rented out by those private owners. As such, you have the opportunity to build a relationship with the person responsible for the condo, assisting in repairs and special accommodations. Furthermore, since the condo is set up as a home, the quality and finish will be much higher.

Condos also offer a range of on-site, common amenities, and it's important to find out what access or usage is covered by your rent or status as a renter. However, when renting a condo in South Florida you will probably be able to enjoy some of the following amenities:

  • Spa and pool
  • Golf course
  • Beach and room service
  • Concierge and valet services
  • Fitness centers and on-site trainers

Questions To Ask When Renting A Condo In South Florida

What is included?

Will you be allowed to use all of the condo community's services, amenities, and common facilities? Are there any extra incentives attached?

What is the parking situation?

Where do you park your vehicle? Do you have private parking, or do you have to find off-site parking?

Are pets or guests allowed? 

You never know who may show up! Better to check in advance, even if you're not planning on having guests over. 

What are the conditions for changing the agreement?

What if you want to leave early? Or later? Check to see how and under what conditions you can make changes to your rental agreement.

What if something is (or gets) broken?

Make sure you get a proper run-down of known issues, and report any new issues as they come up. Have some agreement or policy in place for handling these. 

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Listing information last updated on December 8th, 2021 at 9:52am EST.