It is now August and the interns are leaving San Francisco, so right now is the ideal time to jump in and start searching San Francisco short term rentals. Places are becoming vacant in furnished apartments, serviced apartments, condos, single family homes, and more, and early August offers you the pick of the bunch. There are possibly more places to choose from just now than at any other time of the year.
Key Housing Connections probably has more San Francisco short term rentals on the books than any other provider, simply for the reason that we have been in the business of offering them for approaching 30 years. Many property owners approach us to offer their rentals as they know that we also have a large number of potential renters approaching us because they in turn realize that we can offer them the widest choice. This is why we are called Key Housing Connections – we have many connections that offer properties that you won’t find elsewhere.
When you are posted to San Francisco on a short term basis you obviously want to live somewhere that is fairly close to your employer’s place of business, so that you can avoid any long distance commute. You can easily save a couple of hours a day if you have an apartment or home nearby rather than the other side of the city.
Plenty To do In The Fall in San Francisco
There is plenty to do in San Francisco in the fall, especially with the extra time you can save. For instance, in late September and all of October California’s Great America becomes the Halloween Haunt with three scare zones, nine mazes and attractions, four live shows, and over 20 rides, and you can save some money if you have a Go San Francisco Card.
Also in October at the weekends is the Great Pumpkin Fest with trick or treating for the kids, a hay maze, pumpkin decorating and carving, and a pumpkin patch for the children to play in.
If that is not your “thing” or you don’t have children, what about a wine tour? You can see some of the most scenic vineyards and sample fine California wines in Sonoma and Napa Valley. You could also combine a wine tour with a visit to Muir Woods where you can see the amazing redwood trees.
How about a Bay cruise? Before it gets too cold to enjoy a trip on the water, September is the time to enjoy the Golden Gate Bay Cruise without having the long queues of July and August.
Yes, there’s plenty to keep you occupied and entertained when you are not working, so contact us right away to discuss your requirements for San Francisco short term rentals and let us find your ideal house or apartment.