Parents with children at the University of South Florida know how important it is to find high-quality residential communities for off-campus living. After all, college students don’t want to live on campus any longer than required. There are a lot of options for student apartments, but not all are parent approved. Here are some tips for finding USF off campus housing that makes students and their parents happy.
Safe housing is the top priority for parents and students. When searching for off-campus apartments, choose communities with electronic access and 24/7 onsite management.
College is stressful enough without having to worry about if roommates are paying their rent. Per-person contracts eliminate this stress. A per-person lease means if a roommate moves out or stops paying their rent, all other students’ housing in the apartment is secure.
Parents worry about who their children are rooming with can set their minds at ease with safe roommate selection processes. If students have friends they want to room with, no problem. However, if students don’t have anyone to room with, the best off-campus housing communities have a secure roommate matching system.
Stressful move-in days are thing of the past when parents and students choose all-inclusive communities. These communities include furnished apartments, water, sewer, trash, and electricity, Wi-Fi, washer and dryers in each apartment, and all community features such as pools, fitness centers, and lounges.
Parents who want to learn more about the best USF off campus housing options, get in touch with Lark on 42nd today.