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    2 Bedrooms Near FSU

    Two-bedroom apartments near FSU are popular among students for a variety of reasons, including affordability and versatility. Whether you're looking to cut down on costs by living with a roommate or you're searching for a bit of extra space for a home office or a guest room, two-bedroom apartments near Florida State University are a great choice.

    Things to Consider About 2-Bedroom FSU Apartments

    Before deciding what type of apartment will best suit your needs, it's important to first evaluate your lifestyle and living preferences.

    Size and Layout for 2-Bedroom Student Apartments

    Size is important, but it isn't everything. Be sure to prioritize quality over quantity as you're looking at square footage, use of space, and the overall style and design of each layout. With a variety of different floorplans, you can customize your living experience to fit your needs. If you plan on living alone, you may enjoy a larger master suite with a smaller spare room for guests. However, if you're sharing the space with a roommate you may want to prioritize layouts with a second bathroom for added privacy.

    Don't forget to give the common area some real thought as well. If you dread going to the laundromat, an apartment with a washer and dryer may be right up your alley. Some units even have separate laundry rooms with a dedicated space for folding and ironing – or storage space if you're not one for ironing! If you need more room for your collectibles and family memorabilia, look for an apartment near FSU with extra storage space. After a long day of studying, a relaxing evening outdoors may be just what you need. With a private patio or balcony, you can enjoy the fresh air and beautiful Tallahassee views with a few friends or a good book.

    Monthly rent is determined by apartment size and amenity packages that range from luxury to affordable. More expansive units with upgraded features are likely to be a bit more expensive, so consider which features are most important to you as you're creating your budget.

    Living with Roommates in a 2-Bedroom FSU Apartment

    Sharing a two bedroom with a friend or fellow student can significantly cut down on costs, and it's a great way to meet new people. Many two bedroom apartments in Tallahassee offer roommate matching services that connect individuals with similar interests and personalities. Prior to move-in you'll complete a questionnaire form identifying your preferences and habits. This form will be used to match you with roommates that have a similar outlook on things like cleaning habits, pets, noise level and smoking vs. non-smoking.

    Many student apartments near FSU also offer two types of leases: joint and individual. A joint lease (entire apartment) typically costs less per person and gives you complete control over who lives in the apartment. The potential downside to this type of lease is that all residents are held equally responsible for rent and upkeep of the apartment – meaning that if your roomie bails on their portion of the rent, you're held liable. Alternatively, several of Tallahassee's student apartments offer individual leases, with which you're only held accountable for your portion of the 2 bedroom unit. This type of lease may cost a bit more, but it will put your mind at ease and prevent any future discrepancies.

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