If you want to rent to travel nurses, you should list on the sites that they use! Below you’ll find our recommendation for the best travel nurse housing sites.
Note: I’m assuming that since you’re reading this, you already know alot about travel nurses and why they make great tenants. If not, please read our article “Who are travel nurses, and why landlords love them.”
Before we recommend sites to list your space, we’d like to provide a quick travel nurse refresher for you. Here are the 4 most important aspects of housing for travel nurses.
As a reminder, travel nurses stay for about 3 months at a time, so they’re really looking for move-in ready, furnished units. Here are 10 facts about travel nurses relating to their jobs and housing.
There are ton of furnished housing sites out there, but it can get pretty overwhelming without a plan. Ultimately, you’ll want to list where the travel nurses get their housing, and it’s not the hospital, or the medical staffing company. Sites like Furnished Finder and Travel Nurse Housing are our recommendations because they’re inexpensive and specifically for the travelling nurse.
The main differences between these sites, and other furnished rental sites are as follows.
Want to know what the top cities for travel nurses are? Here’s where travel nurses are going now. View all travel nurse cities now.
We’re hoping this article has been helpful for you. There are a lot of moving parts when it comes to renting furnished apartments to travel nurses, but as long as it meets our top 4 most important aspects of housing for travel nurses (safety, affordability, location, clean/comfortable), they will find your place and rent it for their 13 week assignments.