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Parole, MD
28 Short-term Apartments for Rent

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Finding a short-term apartment in Parole takes some leg work to find the right location, price point, and lease terms. You may need to rent a short-term apartment due to a new job... Read Guide >
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City Guide for Parole, MD

"Our eternal love was show the way, / by the fleet of lights out on Annapolis' bay." (- Brooke Marie)

Parole is a small town in Anne Arundel County, Maryland with a population of around 15,900 people. It’s right on the border of Annapolis and effectively acts as a suburb to the state capital. The name came from its former role as a parole camp for the Union and Confederate Prisoners of War – maybe not the most pleasing name for a town, but rest assured it looks nothing like a prison camp today! It’s located right next to the Annapolis Mall and a large medical center, both nice features for a little town to have. See more

What to keep in mind when looking for short-term apartments in Parole, MD

Finding a short-term apartment in Parole takes some leg work to find the right location, price point, and lease terms. You may need to rent a short-term apartment due to a new job, a relationship change, or to explore a new city before committing to staying. Whatever the reason, short-term apartments can provide the flexibility that traditional leases don’t.

Before signing a rental agreement or short-term apartment lease, study all of the details thoroughly. Renters usually have more restrictions and rules to follow when renting a short-term apartment. For starters, you usually can’t make modifications like painting or hanging pictures.

Short-term apartments are ideal for flexibility, but also don’t protect the renter long-term. You could face the possibility of rent increases on a monthly basis. The landlord could also decline to renew your lease and leave you looking for another short-term rental.

If your main priority is flexibility, a short-term apartment is an ideal situation. However, ensure that you fully understand the rental agreement terms before signing.