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Rentals for a younger crowd

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Rentals for a younger crowd

So my friends and I are looking for a rental for next Summer. We range from ages 18-20. We're good kids though, not looking for parties. We just want to go to the beach, do some shopping, and get some good food. Anyone know of a renter that would rent a property to our age group?

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1. Re: Rentals for a younger crowd

Recent discussions indicated that finding houses or condos might be tough. Are you willing to look into motels? I checked numerous Nags Head/Kill Devil Hills motel websites a few months ago and didn't find the typical "25 and over" rule.

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2. Re: Rentals for a younger crowd

Maybe one of your parents can get the rental and talk to the agency about you guys. You could pay your parents back.

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The property management company we use is Cove Realty in Nags Head. They will rent to student groups or noon family groups. you can expect the security deposit will be equal to the weeks rental.

On the owner end, when Cove gets an inquiry from a noon family group they ask the owner if that is something we will consider. So far we have found that the groups with dogs and students do not trash the house.

As a parent, in the pat we have rented a beach house for daughter and her friends, but we also went down for part of the time. In most leases it states if an adult rents and then it is found that the group was misrepresented, the property management has the right to evict the entire party with no refunds.

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"As a parent, in the pat we have rented a beach house for daughter and her friends, but we also went down for part of the time. In most leases it states if an adult rents and then it is found that the group was misrepresented, the property management has the right to evict the entire party with no refunds."

Not the best example for a parent to make to young people.

I can assure you that evictions do occur, and sometimes there are law suits brought by the home owners against the person that rented the house, that's you in this case.

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The property management company we use is Cove Realty in Nags Head. They will rent to student groups or noon family groups. you can expect the security deposit will be equal to the weeks rental.

On the owner end, when Cove gets an inquiry from a noon family group they ask the owner if that is something we will consider. So far we have found that the groups with dogs and students do not trash the house.

As a parent, in the pat we have rented a beach house for daughter and her friends, but we also went down for part of the time. In most leases it states if an adult rents and then it is found that the group was misrepresented, the property management has the right to evict the entire party with no refunds.

Thanks to OBX for commenting so I can clarify: when we have rented in the past we communicated with the owner exactly who would be in the rental house for what days. So we the parents who were on the contract were in the rental house for part of the week with the group of under 21 year olds. The owner was happy, we were happy, the college students were happy, the house was left how it was found.

To the OP, be honest with your rental inquiries and you should find something suitable.

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