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Long-term renting in Duluth

Where do professional types rent long-term in Duluth? Are there any rental complexes beyond that Boulder Ridge development that would be appropriate for an incoming UMD prof? Biking to campus would be a bonus. A sabbatical house-sitting-type gig would be okay if there was some room to store stuff. Where does one look for rentals of houses these days? Realtors (or friends of realtors) let me know if you have any ideas on rentals/rental agents. Trying to help an incoming UMD prof find a place to live at the end of the summer.

5 Comments

baci

about 6 years ago

There are many single family homes in the area around UMD. Having faculty, staff and students living in the neighborhoods helps balance the community. Please encourage your friend to live within walking distance of work.

FranceneStarr

about 6 years ago

Apartment Advisors has good rentals--lots of houses.

Carla

about 6 years ago

Getting ready to put up a building with six apts, three larger, three smaller, at the corner of 19th East and East 8th.  Ready in a year - hope.

ami s

about 6 years ago

I will have a house available in August or September in upper Woodland (East Austin Street) by the old Piggly Wiggly. It is a very nice 2+ bedroom 2 bath with a garage on a dead-end street. If you want you can e-mail me for more specifics. My e-mail is amilee.s @ gmail.com.

krlars2

about 6 years ago

Thanks for the suggestions.  Carla- your apartment would be a great location for him.  I will share that you are building in case he ends up with house sitting gig for a year and then is looking for a place.  Ami, I just emailed you.

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