2020-2021 School Year
You want to live
in the Student Neighborhood and you
don't want mess with Path Points and then "hope" to get good housing. This
site helps you secure prime housing in the Student Neighborhood that is right for you and
All houses are
beds, dressers, desks and chairs, and
The owner pays for
electricity and water. Internet and
cable are also included with several properties.
have central air
conditioning, dishwasher, garbage
disposal, washer and dryer.
Houses are rented
on a "first
come - first serve" basis to responsible students.
Here are the steps for renting housing:
- Determine which property
you want and check
if the property
is available (see list on left).
- Take a tour of the
property to verify it
will meet all your
housing needs. You can visit the property on your own or schedule an
appointment with the owner for a tour. The owner will provide a copy of
the lease for the group to have and review.
- Each person in the group
completes the Renter
Information Form and e-mails it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The information is used to conduct
background check on each person in the group. The background check
usually takes 2-3 days. Once the background checks come back clean, the
lease can be signed. Leases will not be signed before the background
check is complete.
- Get your security
deposit. While the
background check is
conducted, you should use this time to get your security deposit ready.
The security deposit is due when the lease is signed. If someone in the
group does not have their deposit, the lease can not be signed. Don't
wait until the last minute to secure your deposit or you may lose the
house. Even if you do not rent a house from us, ALL other landlords
will require a deposit so it is a good idea to make sure your deposit
available and ready.
- Sign the lease and
deposits. Each renter
also needs to provide a copy of his/her driver's license.
of the signed lease will be distributed to each person in the group.
- You now have a place to