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Long Term (Monthly) Rentals in Sayulita

Long term (monthly) rentals in Sayulita can be challenging to find. It seems everyone who visits Sayulita wants to return for a longer stay, and this can sometimes mean that inventory is low and prices can be high. With most vacation rentals only renting by the night or week, especially during the winter months, finding a monthly, long term rental for an extended vacation or if you want to move to Sayulita is challenging but totally worth it.

There are many great neighborhoods in Sayulita and where you choose to live depends upon what type of lifestyle you are looking for. Check out this article about Sayulita neighborhoods to see what may suit you.

  • Love to surf or SUP? Choose a rental within easy walking distance to the main or left surf break, and that has lockable storage for your board(s).
  • Need high speed WiFi in order to work from home? Be sure to check with the homeowner to see what options are available. The further from the center of town, it may be more difficult to obtain. Be sure to check with the homeowner to see if Internet is included in the rent.
  • Sensitive to noise? Mexico can be an exuberant country! The further away from Centro, the quieter the nights will be.
  • Have a car? Parking can be an issue in Sayulita, with the narrow, cobblestone streets. If you have a vehicle, consider looking for a place that offers its own parking on the property.
  • Where to shop for groceries? Most neighborhoods in Sayulita will have small tiendas where you can buy snacks, drinks, bottled water and a few staples, as well as fruit/vegetable stands where you can purchase fresh produce. The larger grocery stores in Sayulita are located in the central part of town and are within walking distance from most neighborhoods. There you can find a wider variety of food, including some imported items you may be missing from your home country.

Current Longterm rentals in Sayulita

Starting at $995 USD per month
Condos del Sol longterm rentals
Bedrooms:2
Bathrooms:1 or 2
Furnished:Yes
Pets:Yes
Parking:Yes
Pool:Yes
Notes:Brand new units with new furniture
Dates Available:Currently accepting applications.
July-Nov $2,000 USD/month
Villa Alta Mira
Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:5
Furnished:Yes
Pets:Yes
Parking:Yes
Pool:Yes
Notes:Enjoy an awesome villa during the Summer and Fall
Dates Available:Late June through November
Starting at $800 USD/month
Tau Kie Sayulita
Bedrooms:1
Bathrooms:1
Furnished:Yes
Pets:No
Parking:Yes
Pool:No
Notes:Brand new eco-friendly private lofts
Dates Available:Accepting reservations

Utilities such as water and telephone are sometimes included in monthly rent, but electricity is usually not included and can really add up in Mexico for high usage. Electricity is super cheap if you use below the government standard, and power bills are subsidised. If you run air conditioners your usage will head into the "red zone", the government subsidy goes away, and the prices skyrocket. It can really add up during the summer months. Please note electricity is not usually included in rent prices.

Rent/deposits/what's included: Deposits can vary widely between homes, so be sure to do your homework and ask lots of questions. Expect to pay higher rents in Sayulita than you would in other areas of Mexico. If you are lucky enough to find a rental home with a pool and tropical gardens, often times the pool service and gardening are included in the rent.

Safety: Overall, Sayulita is a safe place to live and vacation. However, as with anywhere in the world, it is a good practice to keep gates, doors and windows locked, even when at home. Get to know and make friends with your neighbors so you can look out for each other. Most crime in Sayulita is theft of opportunity, and an unlocked gate or window can lead to loss of property. 

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