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I'm an English teacher living in France. If you're trying to learn French, I definitely recommend a 'colocation' (flatsharing). It's cheaper, less complicated, the electricity & phone are already connected, etc. (These are major headaches here, especially if your French isn't strong yet). Having a roommate gives you more contact with French & French ...
I know a fair number of Americans who use vrbo for longer vacation rentals in France. However, in my experience it requires a bit more digging to find a good option than Airbnb.
I think Abritel is somewhat comparable to Airbnb. It's certainly quite popular in France but the emphasis is mostly on rentals for a week or a couple of nights, not for one or two months.
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