Just over two weeks ago, readers weighed in on
On Wednesday, an article in The New York Post polled real estate agents in the area getting ready to fill up summer rentals, who offered a clear answer to anyone who thinks the two are becoming one: rental prices say they're still two very different places.
The article quotes Karla Dennehy, managing director of the North Fork for Prudential Douglas Elliman, as saying: “You have a different flavor in the Hamptons ... Our highest price point is $100,000. And generally speaking, it’s between $30,000 and $65,000 for a really nice property"
More expensive rentals from Memorial Day to Labor Day in the Hamptons can run in the hundreds of thousands. One asks for $1 million.