Same prices, slightly better response rates, and I didn't encounter any scam attempts. I received way more responses and interest in renting to me when I did this. The one downside of this site is that I found it slightly annoying to navigate - There aren't as many search filters and it's sometimes difficult to discern locations, how recent the listings are etc. The site is worth a look if you want to rent something longterm in Mexico City, but I didn't have much luck with it. Also, the guy seemed to prefer to rent to foreigners, and I'm sure that helped our case. Sadly, I don´t talk about feelings as much, but I consider myself a person that gives love to the woman I love In a great manner, I enjoy when she´s happy.
There are a few websites geared toward apartment rentals here, but most of them are pretty bunk. Then, I hit the websites. The page seems rather trustworthy, but there was a warning about a guy that was scamming people by pretending to rent apartments that weren't his. Unfortunately, most of them were out of our price range we were looking in Roma and Zona Rosa. The site is kind of like Skyscanner for apartments: it draws listings from multiple sites into your search results. Then, we hit the streets.
My roommate decided to check Craigslist as a last resort we were told not to use it because it'd be too expensive. Worth a look, but hardly anybody got back to me with inquiry responses. Willing to make your dating life brighter? You'll be shocked how many handsome men and girls are here on Doulike to get in touch with. Basically, you set up a profile, and you message people or people message you about rooms for rent. After about 7 weeks of searching, I've finally managed to rent an apartment in Mexico City.
If you have any questions about renting an apartment here in Mexico, post them in the comments below and I'll do my best to answer them! However, if you have a high budget you can find some really nice private rentals short and long term in good areas. I suggest using Craigslist if you have your heart set on living in a ritzier area, if you have a higher budget, and if you want to avoid the headaches and language barriers sometimes associated with renting through the aforementioned sites. You don't need Mexico classifieds ads or backpage anymore. So, How Did I Find An Apartment To Rent In Mexico City? Here's a list with descriptions of the sites that I suggest using: 1 This is probably the easiest way to find a room to rent in Mexico City. You can request more information through comments, private messages, or by making a post of your own. Many of the rooms aren't in ideal locations, and some of them are little more than hostel dormitory-looking things. First of all, you need to sign up before using it which I hate doing and there are hardly any listings.
If you have a friend that speaks Spanish, take them with you. However, because most apartment rental ads on Craigslist are aimed at foreigners, the process is usually much more straightforward and much more secure; the person renting the apartment is more likely to speak English or be a foreigner themselves, and usually won't require things like cosigners or references as long as you can prove that you can pay for the apartment for the duration of the rental term. If you're alone and just want to rent a simple room in a nice apartment for 6 months or so, this is the best site to do it with. For the first two weeks, we called and emailed listings on the other websites I've mentioned, but most of the time we didn't receive a response, or were told the listings were taken. Out of probably 15 inquires both email and phone I received two responses - and one of them was a money wire transfer scam.
Here in Mexico City, renting an apartment through Airbnb will usually be more expensive, and more often than not you'll have to share with the owner of the place. Some advice: if you are a foreigner, say so and post in English. I was actually able to arrange a viewing using this site, but by the time I arrived to see the apartment the next day, it was already rented and someone was moving in. It works as a middleman to bring together people who have rooms for rent, and people who want to rent a room. If I were to offer one piece of advice for someone trying to rent an apartment in Mexico City, it would be to never give up. We have thousands of Mexico personals with various interests and preferences in your Mexico.
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Unfortunately, the response rate is horrendous. However, if you prefer living by yourself or with a roommate that you know, this site has nothing for you. The guide contains insider knowledge that will get you off on the right foot south of the border. That being said, they are still the best resource for getting an idea of prices if your Spanish isn't that sharp. With only 4 days left in our place, we were running out of time. I don´t talk a lot but I try to listen.
However, like , it is still a good place to get an idea of what prices you should be paying in what neighbourhoods. So we called the guy, arranged a meeting the next day and, after looking over the contract, agreed to take it. Another good site if you're just looking for a room to rent in a house or an apartment. I wouldn't suggest using this site unless it's a last resort. The first thing I did upon arriving was find a cheap Airbnb place to stay at for a month to use as a base while I looked for something else. Essentially just a Facebook page of rooms for rent in different areas.
Unfortunately, it hasn't really caught on here, so you won't find many listings, and the ones you will find will usually be overpriced because they will be geared toward foreigners most listings will be in Condesa, Roma or Polanco. We were fortunate enough to have a local friend who walked around with us and called every listing we saw. On the upside, I had a lot of people offer me rooms through email, but I didn't have any interest in them. Like , the site is designed to pair you up with people who have rooms for rent. It's surprisingly difficult to find any information in English about renting an apartment in Mexico City on the Internet, so I'll do my best to lay it out for you as thoroughly as possible.