Listings of homes for rent in St. Augustine, Florida, are available through a variety of realty companies and electronic classified advertising sites including Zillow, Realtor.com and Craigslist. Vacation home rental listings are available through specialty sites such as Homeaway.com.Continue Reading
Residential rentals as of 2015 in City Center, a coastal neighborhood in St. Augustine, typically consist of two or three-bedroom single-family homes, small two-bedroom or studio apartments and high-rise apartment complexes. City Center's rental rates are nearly 70 percent higher than those in other American neighborhoods, and its vacancy rate is more than 21 percent. In contrast, Moultrie Junction, a St. Augustine suburban neighborhood, has a 14 percent vacancy rate, and 2015 rental prices are approximately 74 percent lower than other Florida communities, states Neighborhood Scout.
Rental prices in Villano Beach, another coastal community, are 85 percent higher than in other Florida neighborhoods. Properties consist of medium to large single-family homes, apartments and high-rise complexes. Villano Beach's vacancy rate is nearly 31 percent, over 94 percent higher than all other American neighborhoods, according to Neighborhood Scout.
For potential renters with school-age children, information and ratings of the 31 schools serving St. Augustine can be found at Zillow. Public, private and special schools are included, as well as class size and student-to teacher ratios.Learn more about Finding a Home