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99 Western Ave 99 Western Ave Kennebunk, ME#6726105
- 3 Bed
- 3 Bath
3 Bed 3 Bath House for Winter Season - Property Id: 365810 The house is perfect for a short term winter stay. 1 fully equipped kitchens, connected by a large dining room that overlooks the pool area, provide plenty of space to prepare and serve meals. The home has a nice living area with plenty of seating and a Smart TV, which can be used to stream shows through any major app, including YouTube, Netflix, and Hulu. Throughout the house you will find 3 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. 3 bedrooms
622 College Ave 622 College Ave Old Town, ME#6746386
- 4 Bed
- 2 Bath
LARGE 4-BEDROOM HOUSE WITH GARAGE! - Property Id: 341066 This attractive living space is conveniently located only 1 mile from the University of Maine and Orono's downtown attractions. Shopping centers, restaurants, convenience stores and parks are all within a short walking distance. Two full bathrooms and ample storage space available with several spacious closets, garage and basement. Security deposit of $2,495 and first month's rent of $2,495 are due at signing. Rent includes Heat, Hot Wate
13 Knight Street 13 Knight Street Portland, ME#6758967
- 4 Bed
- 1.5 Bath
HUGE Second Floor 4BD/1.5BA W/ ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED!!! Off-Street Parking + Laundry!! Available October!! - VIRTUAL TOUR FOR THIS UNIT CAN BE FOUND HERE: https://vimeo.com/459397757 $2,500- Large Spacious 4 Bdrm, 1.5 Bath in Portland's North Deering Neighborhood! All utilities INCLUDED (heat, hot water, electric and internet). Available October 23rd!! Conveniently close to markets, restaurants and more, this rental allows you to be extremely close to all Portland has to offer without living
Apartments for rent Maine
Located in the northeastern part of the United States, Maine is a beautiful state with a charming landscape. It is renowned for its rocky, jagged coastline, abundant parks, reserves, and maritime history, causing tourists to flock here, spending billions annually. Maine ranks among the most populous and most expensive states in the U.S. Along its borders is the Atlantic Ocean to the east, New Hampshire to the west, and the Canadian regions of Quebec and New Brunswick to the north and east, respectively. Fort Fairfield Blockhouse, a popular tourist attraction, was used during the war of 1839 between the United States and Britain. This Blockhouse sits between the US/Canadian borders. However, tourists are only allowed to view the blockhouse during the potato festival.
Prospective lodgers and travelers alike are easily dazzled by Maine's delicious cuisine. Frontier, a popular restaurant primarily serving eclectic global cuisine, draws in customers with its rustic, old mill setting. This restaurant sits next to a venue for arts, film, and music. Eat Maine's finest lobsters, tacos, and other cuisine while you enjoy background music. There are hundreds of apartments for rent near this venue.
Maine's vibrant plant life and beaches are positively breathtaking. Beginning families, entrepreneurs, undergraduates, or recent graduates looking for quality apartments near beautiful scenery will easily succumb to Maine's widespread options. The luxurious amenities, affordability, and extensive rental options are plentiful in the state of Maine.
Cost of living
The overall cost of living index for Maine is above the national average and is generally known to be one of the most expensive states to live in the US. The costlier cities in Maine are Portland, South Portland, Saco, Bath, and Biddeford. Remain mindful of your monthly budget when choosing an apartment in Maine. When considering Maine apartments for rent be sure to budget your finances wisely and to allow sufficient funds for utilities, cable and internet and parking in addition to budget space for food and drink as well as groceries and household items.
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Renting tips & advice
Before venturing out to search for an apartment/home for rent, consider these tips:
Familiarize Yourself with the Region
Before settling in an apartment, explore the state of Maine and get accustomed to life in the region. Look around for things to do. Visit the local parks, talk to existing tenants, or navigate your way around. Make sure the neighborhood you have chosen is desirable. Bring a family or friend along to help scope out delicious eateries local to the apartment of your choice. Grabbing a few tacos and quesadillas may help you become comfortable with the area.
In addition to paying rent, you will need to pay a gas, electric, cable, and grocery bill each month. Consider these when you arrange your monthly budget. Most of the time, you can find out what previous tenants spent on utilities by contacting the utility provider and giving them the address.
Get Everything in Writing
Always remember that when renting Maine apartments, you are making business deals and that all lease contracts you sign are legally binding. Make sure you understand all of the terms on the lease before you sign. If there is anything you think should allow the lease to be broken discuss it with the landowner and get it in writing. Log any further communication between you and the landowner as much as possible in case any problems arise.