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I know link only answers are frowned upon but https://www.atf.gov/file/61841/download and https://www.atf.gov/file/83651/download is your only answer. We are not lawyers or ATF agents to untangle this. In short: if you are on a visa then you are prohibited. If you are on a visa waiver then you can continue with reading ...
Requests for deposits by untraceable means (Western Union, Moneygram, cash) are guaranteed to be fake. Some scammers are lazy enough that Googling the landlord's name (i.e., alias) will bring up complaints.
Locate an ex-pat forum in the country / destination in question, then ask them for feedback on the place you have in mind. Look up apartment licensing in the destination, then if required look to see if the place is registered. Check bigger travel forums like TripAdvisor as long term stays are often discussed. One other thing to keep in mind, especially ...
i came across https://www.housestay.com and https://www.yourhomesuite.com/ which work really well for the US not sure if they cover yet your destinations, but you could give it a try.
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