Saturday, August 29, 2015

Property Line: Jersey Shore rentals in August for $2,500

Beach season officially kicks off this weekend, and if you're looking to rent a shore home this summer, it's not too late!

Property Line: Jersey Shore rentals in August for $2,500

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Beach season officially kicks off this weekend, and if you’re looking to rent a shore home this summer, it’s not too late!

While June and July may be close to being booked for rentals, August is still open for a lot of popular Jersey Shore towns. Ranging from condos to townhouses and single-family homes down the coast line, we’ve found a variety of properties available for the month of August ranging from $2,300 to $2,500 per week.

Click through the slideshow to see what you can get in Ocean and Monmouth counties for a similar price. All are less than three blocks from the ocean.

The prices listed here do not include a security deposit and cleaning fees.

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