Whether you’re looking for an apartment, or a room in an apartment, to stay in for the duration of an internship or a temporary work assignment, finding a sublet for the summer is a great way to avoid signing and breaking a 12-month lease. The following websites provide plenty of options for finding a sublet.
You’ve come to a great place to find a summer sublet! Type the location you’re looking to find a sublet in on the Apartments.com homepage’s search bar. Then use the filter feature to specify short-term options and any other requirements you’re looking for in your summer sublet, from your price range to furnished units and more. Results appear alongside a map of your location.
You also have the option to plan your commute—click on the filter button near the search bar and then the plan my commute option next to search filters. Enter your workplace location, mode of travel, and desired travel time to filter your results even further.
From the search bar on Sublet.com’s homepage, you can specify whether you’re looking for sublets, roommates, furnished apartments, and more. Enter the location you’re looking for sublets in, and your results will appear in a detailed list stating the price, address, and number of bedrooms and bathrooms along with pictures.
While specific to New York City and surrounding areas, Leasebreak.com offers a thorough search with detailed filters that include the option to select the length of your lease, your desired neighborhood(s), building amenities, apartment features, budget, and more. Your results appear in list form, with a quick overview of the listing along with a featured image.
In addition to vacation rentals, Airbnb also lists sublets. From the sublets page, you can enter where you want to stay, the anticipated start date of your lease, and the length of your stay—which can be anywhere between two weeks and six months. Results are listed in a grid format alongside a map.