2017 Update: Medellín Furnished Apartments Rental Costs

Medellin Furnished Apartments
Medellin Furnished Apartments

To more accurately answer the question about what the current Medellín furnished apartments rental costs are, with the help of my Colombian wife, we recently surveyed the rental costs of 350 available furnished apartments in several neighborhoods in Medellín.

We only looked in the five most popular neighborhoods for expats living in Medellín: El Poblado, Envigado, Laureles-Estadio, Sabaneta and Belén.

We also only included apartments that have hot water and Wifi available. Several hundred apartments in Medellín are listed on the Airbnb site. And we did not include apartments on the Airbnb site in our survey if they did not have positive ratings, as they are riskier to rent.

Without a surprise, most of the furnished apartments we found in Medellín are located in El Poblado – 70 percent of the furnished apartments we surveyed this year were found in El Poblado.

There are three main websites to find furnished apartment rentals in Medellín

  • Airbnb – has several hundred furnished apartments in Medellín listed, but many of these have no ratings.
  • Casacol – has >100 furnished apartments in Medellín listed.
  • Apartment International – has many apartments listed.

Some furnished apartments are listed on one of the rental company websites as well as the Airbnb site. If an apartment is listed on more than one website we only included it once in our survey.

We also looked for furnished apartments on some Spanish language websites that cater to Colombians for our survey. However, be careful of apartments on Spanish language sites, some have not that many furnishings, some do not have hot water and some do not have Wifi.

Most furnished apartment rentals in Medellín are priced in U.S. dollars. For apartment rentals priced in pesos we used the exchange rate of 2,903 pesos to the U.S. dollar.

Some Initial Survey Findings

Pricing for some furnished apartments in Medellín increases during the popular times of the year such as Christmas, New Years and Feria de las Flores (the Medellín flower festival). We used the low season rental prices in our survey.

Most Medellín furnished apartments rentals we surveyed in the city have a minimum rental period of 1-3 days. But some Medellín furnished apartments we looked at have a minimum rental period of 30 days (less than 10 percent of the apartments surveyed).

For apartments with both daily and monthly rates, the longer-term monthly rate usually reflects a discount to the daily rate. Over 80 percent of surveyed apartments offer a discount for monthly rates compared to daily rates.  The discounts for the monthly rate ranged from 3.3 up to 60 percent compared to the daily rate.

Most furnished apartment rentals in Medellín require a security deposit; 70 percent of the apartments we surveyed required a security deposit. The security deposit charges ranged from $98 to $1,030 and averaged $236.

Many furnished apartment rentals also require a cleaning fee; 78 percent of the apartments we surveyed had a cleaning fee listed. The cleaning fee ranged from $6 to $129 and averaged $26.

We didn’t include security deposits or cleaning fees in our below rental cost survey results.

El Poblado Furnished Apartments

El Poblado is the most popular neighborhood for foreigners living in or visiting Medellín. It is the most upscale neighborhood in the city and is where the most hotels and furnished apartments catering to foreigners are located.

In my first few visits to Medellín in 2007 to 2009, I rented furnished apartments in El Poblado.

El Poblado is primarily an Estrato 6 neighborhood with 74 percent of the households rated at Estrato 6. It is also where the most expensive real estate and most expensive apartment rentals in the city are located.

El Poblado survey of 246 furnished apartment rentals results:

  • 132 apartments were 1-bedroom or studios with rents ranging from $29 to $132 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $871 to $3,770 per month.
  • 56 apartments were 2-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $36 to $252 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $851 to $5,700 per month.
  • 38 apartments were 3-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $47 to $278 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $980 to $6,670 per month.
  • 20 apartments were 4-bedroom to 8-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $195 to $839 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $1,627 to $21,000 per month.
Average Furnished Apartment Rental Costs in El Poblado
Average Furnished Apartment Rental Costs in El Poblado

Laureles-Estadio Furnished Apartments

Laureles-Estadio is likely the second most popular neighborhood for foreigners visiting Medellín. It is primarily a residential neighborhood with many areas with tree-lined streets and fewer high-rise apartments than are found in El Poblado.

Laureles-Estadio is primarily an Estrato 4/5 neighborhood with 99 percent of the households rated at Estrato 4 or 5.

Laureles-Estadio survey of 46 furnished apartment rentals results:

  • 32 apartments were 1-bedroom or studios with rents ranging from $14 to $61 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $337 to $1,800 per month.
  • Seven apartments were 2-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $34 to $63 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $750 to $1,349 per month.
  • Seven apartments were 3-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $44 to $91 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $947 to $1,191 per month.
Average Furnished Apartment Rental Costs in Laureles-Estadio
Average Furnished Apartment Rental Costs in Laureles-Estadio

Furnished Apartment Costs in Other Neighborhoods

Our survey also found furnished apartments in Envigado, Sabaneta and Belén with a summary of these results as follows:

Envigado is another popular neighborhood for foreigners visting and living in Medellín. It is less commercial than El Poblado and like Laureles-Estadio has many areas with tree-lined streets and fewer high-rise apartments than are found in El Poblado.

Envigado survey of 25 furnished apartment rentals results:

  • Four apartments were 1-bedroom or studios with rents ranging from $15 to $76 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $328 to $2,294 per month.
  • 10 apartments were 2-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $26 to $100 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $644 to $1,979 per month
  • Eight apartments were 3-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $35 to $89 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $627 to $2,127 per month.
  • Three apartments were 4-bedroom to 6-bedroom with daily rates of $40 and $139 and monthly rates of $1,075 and $5,675 per month.

Sabaneta is a separately administered municipality within the Medellín metro area that is rapidly becoming popular with expats.  It is located directly south of Envigado. Sabaneta is much smaller than El Poblado with a population of about  55,000.  I currently live in Sabaneta.

Sabaneta is primarily a residential community. In Sabaneta, you will find several neighborhoods similar to El Poblado with high-rise apartment buildings but they tend to be a bit more spread out. Also in Sabaneta you can find some quiet streets lined with one-story, two-story and three-story attached homes.

Sabaneta survey of 16 furnished apartment rentals results:

  • Three apartments were 1-bedroom or studios with rents ranging from $29 to $49 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $707 to $1,024 per month.
  • Seven apartments were 2-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $35 to $43 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $529 to $1,015 per month.
  • Six apartments were 3-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $33 to $110 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $789 to $2,838 per month

Belén is a neighborhood that is increasing in popularity for foreigners living in Medellín. Belén is where I lived for about four years in three different barrios (Fatima, Loma de Los Bernal and Los Alpes).  I rented a furnished apartment in Belén for three months as a trial of living in Medellín in 2010.

Belén is more of a working-class community with 98 percent of housing in Estrado 2 to 5 and only 2 percent in Estrato 1.

Belén survey of 17 furnished apartment rentals results:

  • Eight of the apartments were a 1-bedroom with rents ranging from $18 to $49 per day.  The monthly rates ranged from $483 to $1,176 per month.
  • Five apartments were 2-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $24 to $55 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $691 to $1,315 per month.
  • Four apartments were 3-bedroom apartments with rents ranging from $35 to $58 per day. The monthly rates ranged from $836 to $1,391 per month.
Apartment buildings in El Poblado near Santafé mall
Apartment buildings in El Poblado near Santafé mall

The Bottom Line

There is a wide range of Medellín furnished apartments available for rent ranging from economical to luxury. El Poblado is where most of the furnished apartments in Medellín are available but El Poblado is also where the most expensive real estate in the city is found.

Medellín furnished apartments are more expensive to rent on average in El Poblado than in the other areas of Medellín. You can save on a furnished apartment rental in an area outside of El Poblado, such as Laureles-Estadio, Envigado, Sabaneta or Belén.

There are now more Medellín furnished apartments available outside of El Poblado compared to our surveys in previous years.  As a result, you now have more choices available.

To compare the costs of furnished apartment rentals with unfurnished apartments, see our report in 2016 looking at unfurnished apartment rental costs in Medellín.

To compare the results of this year’s furnished apartment rental cost survey to 2015, you can look at the December 2015 results here.

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  1. Thanks this study is very helpful for visitors to the city. When I first moved to Medellin I rented a furnished place for two months as a trial that I found on AirBnb. I rented a furnished apartment in Laureles as the furnished rental costs in El Poblado are more expensive with all the furnished apartments from the gringo real estate firms located in El Poblado. I liked my trial of living in Laureles so I now live in Laureles full time.

    I followed recommendations on this site for finding first my furnished rental apartment and later my unfurnished rental apartment. Keep up the good work!

    You can definitely save a lot of money by renting outside of expensive El Poblado.

    • I say stay out of poblado. It is a rip off just like new York City San Francisco San jose. So many locations are better then poblado. I have been all over Colombia for 8 Years now. I will say you guys put in a ton of work for this apartment review. Great job. I had a 2 bedroom in sabaneta with 2 bathrooms for 250 a month 2 blocks from Parque sabaneta. I had apartment in manizales fully furnished plus washer with all utilities included hardwood floors for 300 a month. Close the the mall. I had apartment in pasto for 200 a month us dollars. Had apartment in covenas on the ocean for free in exchange for watching the place.

      • with all due respect, seems you are comparing apples to oranges. Covenas vs. El Poblado? or even Manizales vs. El Poblado? Come on, that’s not even close to being on the same page. Might as well compare Manhattan with Buffalo, NY.

      • Hi! i’ve seen that you have lived all around the country,can i ask your point of view about:

        -The prices are constantly rising for what i know,isn’t true? there is a speculative bubble? (referring to medellin, bogotà)

        -Where do you see the major growing margin? Medellin, Bogotà for my point of view are cities where the property prices have already gone up, isn’t true?
        What about the more rural south areas like Pasto and surroundings or the coast like Santa Marta?
        Or Cali, Manizales, Pereira?

        Only your point of view for what you have seen and experienced.

        Thank you very much

      • Dan , you are fantastic… how in the helX did you find these places. I mean like what paper or word of mouth, a rental place.??? I went to medillin last year and stayed in a hotel like every other Gringo . and I love this place. I just have to get over the language barrier.and the miss- trust. what do you suggest?

    • Hi Edward:

      I was encouraged by your comment about Laureles. I am renting a room in a house there (for 700M COP) on Calle 35 and Cra 83a. I think I could probably find an small, 1 bedroom apartment somewhere around here for a million COP or less, don’t you?

      I’ll probably be wanting to move around October. Could you recommend any website, publications, or agents to me? I really do like the ambiance of Laureles. It reminds me of East Side NYC.

      Thanks in advance.

        • are these prices monthly? If so, I’m seeing some good prices in Belen for unfurnished apartments on metrocuadrado. Can i substitute larger deposits for the fiador requirement? thanks

          • Hello Marlin,

            I’m not sure which prices you’re looking at. If in doubt, I would contact the advertiser to confirm if the price is monthly or not.

            From what I’ve heard, it’s very difficult to find apartment owners in Medellin who will waive the fiador requirement. But offering a larger deposit is certainly worth a try.

            Good luck,


    • That’s because you are a gringo and have zero clue about Medelin. I was in Poblado, in a modern apartment, furnished and all services included, and did not pay the gringo price. There’s a trick to it but I am not sharing it with strangers. I like when you gringos pay through your noses. It’s only fair for all the mess usa has created in this beautiful country.

      Disclaimer: being European, I too look like a “gringo”, but once I start speaking Spanish, things change… And then I apply the knowledge you would die for, and pay 30% less. In Poblado. And anywhere else, for that matter.

      Knowledge is a great think. Liberating, really.

      : )

      • I’m from the US but speak Spanish and know whats going on in Colombia having been married to a Calena for 12 years. As far as “creating a mess” comment shows your lack of knowledge and bigoted and American views. Thankfully, the Colombian government along with US aid have stabilized the country and not allowed it to deteriorate into a Venezuela.The mess the US created has allowed you to live and enjoy what Colombia has to offer.

      • Really Vlado!! You are such a jerk! “Knowledge that other people would die for”! You must be Serbian or Russian asshole!

  2. Jeff,
    thanks a lot for the article, you guys obviously put a ton of work into it. Question: I am under the impression that AirBnB is, let s say frowned upon by the Medellin authorities. Point in case: My wife’s sister lives in Balsos de Oviedo, right across from Santafe Mall; When we visited in March, there were signs in Spanish and English in the elevators stating that the building is not authorized for short term rentals and that (short term) renters would get evicted if caught in the act (and landlords be punished). Casacol, on the other hand, has hotel licenses for their buildings, so they work technically as hotels. What is you take?

    • Hi Harry, yes that is likely an issue with some of the Airbnb rentals that are in buildings where short-term rentals are not technically authorized.

      Medellín has a law that restricts furnished apartment rentals of less than 30 days. Some developers like Casacol saw this as an opportunity. They built buildings specifically designed and registered for short-term rentals. Units in these buildings can legally rent by the night. Of course, owners in a building not authorized for short term rentals can go down the route of complying with the law and permitting short-term rentals in their building. That’s great in theory but not so easy in practice – as it’s difficult to get a majority of owners in a building to agree to short-term rentals.

  3. Good stuff. FWIW I’m staying in Laureles in an ABNB for three weeks (one week in). I paid $26 a night and with taxes and cleaning it comes to $32. It’s a fairly new complex (that tall 17 story building on Circular 5). It’s just off C70.

    Maybe a bit too close to the clubs for some in regards to music/club noise until 2:30am on average. One drawback yes. My until has single pane windows which I was not expecting. First world problem I realize. Good value and very secure with 24X7 lobby support. Chao.

    • Prices haven’t doubled or tripled. See our survey results from December 2015 here: http://medellinliving.com/2015-furnished-apartment-rental-costs/. For example, in El Poblado average daily rental rates have dropped somewhat since our December 2015 survey for 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom. But average monthly rates have increased for 1-bedroom apartments, which means less discounts are provided than before for monthly rates.

      In Envigado prices have also dropped for several sizes of apartments compared to our survey in December 2015.

  4. Good work Jeff. I will soon move out of my furnished apt to a cheaper unfurnished one. It is good to know that I’m getting a fair deal on our nicely furnished apartment in Laureles – 3.5 million for a 4 bedroom plus office.

    • I’m looking for a furnished apartment in Laureles in that price range. Do you know if your place is going on the market? If not, can you give any advice about who you rented it through? I’m a Spanish speaker and happy to go through the Colombian system. Looking for a 1-year rent. Any help much appreciated! (I’ve been looking on a number of websites but haven’t seen anything very appealing yet.)

  5. Hi! $2000 for a 1 bedroom apartment in El Poblado??

    I’ve read posts in internet of 4 years ago, talking about $300-600-800$ range….the prices have risen so much in a so small amount of time?

    Do you know the equivalent buying price (more or less)?


    • Hi Andrea,

      If you look at the survey results there is a big range of rental prices. For a 1-bedroom furnished in El Poblado the survey results ranged from $871 to $3,770 per month for a furnished 1-bedroom with an average of $1,949. Keep in mind there is a big range of amenities from fairly basic to luxury. When we surveyed we only included apartments in estrato 4, 5 or 6 neighborhoods that also have Wifi, TV and hot water services. Also keep in mind most of the rentals in those apartments are primarily short-term for tourists so they compete with the hotels in El Poblado.

      The average rental prices per day for furnished apartments in El Poblado have actually dropped for 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom from when we did a similar survey back in 2014. See: http://medellinliving.com/furnished-apartment-rental-costs/.

      If you want to see buying prices in El Poblado I recommend looking on the https://www.espaciourbano.com/ website where many real estate firms in the city list apartments for sale (ir a ventas) or unfurnished rentals (ir a arrendamientos). Furnished rentals are typically used for short term rentals or trials for a few months before purchasing or renting unfurnished rentals for longer term. Unfurnished rentals can be substantially cheaper than furnished rentals.

  6. Hi. I’m not trying to advertise here–just hoping to better understand the market. My husband and I recently purchased an apartment in the Carlos E Restrepo neighborhood. We took care in furnishing it with lots of homey amenities since we live here part of the year. The building management does not want short-term rentals so I’m trying to figure out whether or not there’s a market for 3-4 month rentals. I dont know which types of people want that kind of timeframe. I need to learn how to advertise and who to market to. Any thoughts? I really appreciated your articles in the past and support your efforts.

    • I think there would be, I was planning on renting a furnished apartment for a month and moving into an unfurnished apartment next. But a 3 or 4 month rental would give me more time to buy furniture and be more prepared for the unfurnished apartment. I’m probably not alone here thinking that the extra time would let me learn my way around and become more established.

    • Hi Bill,

      No problem. And if you compare furnished rental prices to unfurnished rental prices you can find substantial price differences. That’s why for a long-term — unfurnished rentals become cheaper even when you factor in the cost to furnish.

  7. Jeff, I’m looking for a furnished apartment in Laureles for 1 year. 3-4 bedrooms. Is there any agency you could recommend? I’ve been looking on a number of websites but haven’t seen anything very appealing yet. It’s harder than I thought it would be to find something there – much more in Poblado etc, but I don’t want to live there.

  8. Thanks this is a great article. There is no other website that provides such detailed pricing information about furnished and unfurnished rentals in Medellín. I wish this was available for other cities in Colombia. It would be helpful to be able to compare furnished and unfurnished rental prices in the different cities in Colombia.

  9. As always Jeff thank you for the stream of useful information that you provide here. As I get closer to 2019 and retiring full time to the Medellin metro area I keep updated by your news letter and always appreciate the quality content.

  10. Greetings from Chiang Mai, Thailand. I regularly consider moving to Medellin but your rent numbers are disappointingly high. I pay $425 a month for a very nice condo not close to the cheapest here. I think I would have to pay $800 or more for a similar place in Medellin.

    There are advantages to Medellin over Chiang Mai that might make it worth it so I have to keep that in mind, too.

    Great boots on the ground info. Thank you!

    • james, can a small place in chiang mai go for 200-250 per month? i understand possible in philippines, not sure abt thailand. i just am scared abt the shooting of drug users/pushers there as it means any cop can make lies to off someone. i need to get out of USA. i wud like colombia peru or chile better as i see the apartments are normal to a westerner…i dont like the prices i am finding out.

  11. I visit Medellin a couple of times a year, using sites like Airbnb or booking.com. My own experience is that Colombian landlords set more reasonable rents for the facilities provided than foreign owners, who have seemed to be opportunists to me, offering small uncomfortable apartments in areas like Laureles for exorbitant rates. One American “real estate professional” broke the airbnb rules by asking for a cash deposit, instead of the credit card process, and that I sign a lease agreement which included a health and safety waver: highly unscrupulous! My Colombian owners, on the other hand, have offered spacious apartments, well furnished, in high class, safe complexes, with front desk and pool/spa facilities, and no questionable practices. Beware of some apartments in Laureles that seem to have interchangeable photos on sites like airbnb. It pays to look carefully!

    • Hi Pavlaki:

      I noted your comparison of local owners to foreign owners and I must say I’ve seen that going on in other areas of the world where I’ve lived. No….I don’t like it either.

      Matter of fact, I’ll never forget the ESL teacher forum in S.Korea where many gringo ESL teachers who had been there for a long time actually said they didn’t like talking to new teachers just arrived in the country. Like…they felt they were better than them.

      Anyway….I’m here now. Living in Laureles. And I’ll be looking for a long term apartment to rent (furnished or un furnished) sometime in October. Could you share with me any rental agent/agency resources?


  12. Great article- very helpful. I was wondering if furnished houses (could be a town house) are very common, and where would I go to find options for a 6 month rental? Thanks!

  13. What a Great article Jeff!
    I’m planing to come to Medellin and I would like to find nice apartment (not luxury) for reasonable price, furnished of course. I’m looking something for up to 700$ per month, one or two bedroom with high speed wifi and safe area? is it real or I’m little bit out of understanding about prices in Medellin?

    Thank You

  14. Furnished rentals in Poblado Medellin are more expensive than Orange County California. I thought the low cost of living is what attracts people to Medellin. Who is paying these high rents? Seems like vacation prices some will pay for a short period of time…. Will a 6 or 12 month lease bring the monthly rate down? I was just in San Miguel de Allende and foreigners are paying twice the amount to buy a home here than in the USA or Canada. With increased tourism, long term rentals are now converted to AirBNBs where owners get more for a weekend than they would for a month. This makes finding a long term rental difficult. Is this now happening in Medellin?

    • Ray
      It seems like everywhere I look now in Central and South America prices are going up because some foreigners are paying way to much and it is ruining it for everyone but most of all the local people. Renting and house purchases are getting to be as high or higher than here in Ohio so that makes it more difficult to live on SS.

  15. Hi.

    Really interesting article. If you still have the data might be useful to know the median rental prices rather than the average.

  16. OK, Jeff needs to go out a bit more. Laureles is NOT 99% level 4/5. It is about 70% at best, and I am being very generous. However, that only means that services are more expensive, and some apartments are better quality, in general. Personally, I like Laureles a lot though. Very residential and quite poshy too in many spots, although not as opulent as Poblado, or even Envigado nowadays – the part bordering with Poblado and the centre are becoming fast rather upmarket areas. If you prefer a house to an apartment, this is your area. Very safe too as the nightlife is quite widespread and there are hundreds of restaurants for every budget, so people hang around until very late. But if you do not speak Spanish, do not test the limits of safety after midnight. Use taxis to commute from A to B. Cheap and safer than the streets.

  17. Jeff,

    Thank you. Great work. I will one traveling too Medelin in April and would like to possibly meet you. Is there a media in which to communicate with you in the meantime.

    I currently live in the SFO Bay Area. I lived in Panama for 20 years until my beloved Carmen transitioned. I speak fluent Spanish–mas o menos.

    All the best.

  18. Jeff,
    Thanks for the research. We were interested in a month rental starting the second week in Jan. 2019 in El Poblado. Any advice would be appreciated.
    Ken and Deb Dick

  19. this is a great guide to narrow down a search but im here now and l have had NO luck with realtors…I wrote 2 with general requirements and a budget and was told to change my budget…I don’t think my expectations were out of line as i used your 1 bed furnished examples in 4 areas as a guide (Laureles-Estadio, Envigado, Sabaneta or Belén) and my monthly budget is about 1,500,000 COP based on a percentage of my Soc. Sec. monthly income. a search on my own by starting with http://www.espaciourbano.com is daunting… and will lead to writing more rental companies… the end result will be days of taxi rides…if anyone has an easier solution i would be open to suggestions

  20. Hi Jeff I enjoy your arrivals and info on living in Medellin Colombia.I was wondering if you would contact me with a phone number I could call or a name of somebody I could call to help find a apartment in your area where you live.Thank you for all the help you give.I live in Highland Indiana my phone is 2one9 five88 9two54 just outside Chicago

  21. Hi Jeff, I am interested in coming to Medellin sometime in the first part if September.. I am looking for a one bedroom apartment in Laureles- Estaduo, Envigado, Belen or Sabaneta that’s in the $250-$400 range per month. Depending on my findings when I get there, I intend to spend a lot of time there. I would like your advice. I am coming from the Bahamas.

  22. Hi Jeff,
    Got a couple questions. I have been in a rental for the past 4 months I have to return to the States for a hip replacement. Probably would not be able to return. What happens to the 3 months rental to leave a rental? Who receives the fine? Do you have to give the owner how many months rental notice to leave?
    Roger P Bienvenu

  23. A real Laureles gem… temporarily available from July 1st to August 23rd. I’ll be in Europe and offer it to someone who takes care of it while I’m gone. It’s important to respect the neighbors, if you want a place to have house parties please don’t contact me.

    I’m still in the process of furnishing so it looks a bit empty still, by the end of the month there’ll be a nice big desk to get some work done and some other little things. But the stuff that I have is good. New LG washer and fridge, amazing queen mattress from Comodisimos. Real wood kitchen with gas stove and oven.

    You have access to a nice big rooftop with 360° city views (plus the apt has a big private balcony). You can also use my bike if you want.

    The building has NO elevator (5th floor) and NO portería. There is NO wifi at the moment but we can figure something out.

    Please only contact me if you want to rent it the whole time period.
    Price is 3.600.000 COP total (about 690,- US$ monthly)

  24. This was super helpful! I’m also looking to do a several month live in trial & the explanation of the neighborhoods is great.

    I’m looking for less touristy, less noisy, but accessible to basic needs & safe. I’m a swf that would be living alone. What area would you suggest to look first?

  25. Thank you Jeff for this research. I’m
    Planning to
    Love to Medellin in January and I’m looking for a safe ,
    Super comfortable one bedroom in a neighborhood feeling place with green space. Please let me know if you know of anything! I’m a swimmer. Love balconies and views.

  26. I find your information very useful. The picture one the first page I find very appealing. Can you tell me were it is and how much it would to rent. I like the view and the big windows. Anything you can tell me would be most useful.