To find a condominium to rent, visit a property rental website such as Rent.com and Homes.com, each of which features special condominium sections. Enter the city and state or ZIP code in which you are interested in living, and browse through the listings that appear.
To make the listings more relevant to your search, enter as much information as you can about such parameters as the number of bedrooms, the range of rent your desire, whether you need a pet-friendly condominium, and whether the condo is part of an association that has special regulations for residents, explains Rent.com. Indicate whether the condominium needs to have laundry hookups inside the unit, as you don't want the surprise of hauling your laundry down the stairs and to another building to get clean clothes.
In addition to websites that specifically list dwellings for sale or rent, general classified listings are available on such websites as Craigslist. This website offers a specific location page for each metropolitan area within the United States, and real estate rental listings appear as a link on each location page. Within that rentals page, enter Condo into the search field to pull up condo listings in that city. In some metropolitan areas, drop-down boxes let you choose specific parts of town in which you want to find a condo, notes Craigslist.org.