$10K Per Night Rent for Llewellyn Park Home for Super Bowl
As Super Bowl XLVIII comes to New Jersey, thousands of homeowners are cashing in by renting their homes.
Super Bowl XLVIII is turning out to be a money maker for homeowners in New Jersey.
As the biggest sporting event in the world comes to the Garden State, thousands of homeowners are looking to get a piece of the millions of dollars expected to be injected into the New York metro area by renting their homes and apartments.
And the prices aren't cheap.
A 7,000-square foot single-family home in Llewellyn Park with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a personal chef and daily maid service, is available for rent on super-bowl-rentalz.com for $10,000 a night through February.
Another home in the township is available to rent from Jan. 27 to Feb. 3 for $12,000, according to a posting on airbnb.com.
More than 1,400 rentals are listed on eventhomes.com leading up to the game. Many of the rentals are local, including a Montclair apartment asking $2,000 a day; a Maplewood home going for $3,800 a day; and a small one-bedroom apartment in South Orange asking $400 a day.