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Non-Student Apartments Tallahassee, FL

Non-Student Apartments

Tallahassee is known by many as a college town, so it can seem difficult to find non-student Tallahassee apartments with so many student housing options around town. However, it's also a wonderful place for families and professionals alike. With different lifestyles, needs and living preferences than a student, it's important to carefully evaluate the apartment style, amenities and features you'd most like to see in your new home. Communities cannot and do not discriminate among their renters, meaning that they're unable to advise you on whether the community may be a good fit for you based on your age. So, it's up to you to do your research and use your instincts during your search. While a college student may look to live nearby the campus in an apartment with roommate matching services, a family may prefer a conventional, non-student apartment with a joint lease, park for the kids and an in-unit washer and dryer.  

Non-Student Apartments: Lease Types to Look For

One of the most important things to consider when looking for non-student apartments in Tallahassee is the lease type that'll best fit your needs. The most common lease typesinclude an individual leaseand a joint lease. An individual lease, also known as a "by the bedroom" lease, requires each roommate to sign their own lease holding them accountable to only their portion of the apartment. More common in non-student communities is the joint lease, also known as a lease for "the entire apartment". By renting the entire apartment versus the individual room, the overall cost of the apartment is less. In addition, you have control over who you share your living space with. A joint lease is ideal for families and professionals who want to rent the entire apartment, or a group of close friends hoping to save on rent by splitting the costs and responsibilities.

Non-Student Tallahassee Living: Amenities and Features

Non-student apartments  have a lot of family-friendly amenities and features to offer like upgraded kitchens with high-end countertops and energy-efficient appliances, extra storage spaceand walk-in closets. In addition to luxury apartmentfeatures, many communities offer money-saving amenities like a fitness centeror an on-site car wash center. Professionals may lean toward features that'll keep them energized and focused like a computer lab, business center or coffee bar. Non-student apartments certainly don't want to leave out their youngest residents! If you have kids consider an apartment with a playground, poolor game room. Be sure to also check out resident activities that may appeal to both kids and parents, like an afterschool care program. As for the family pet, many of Tallahassee's non-student apartments also welcome dogs, cats, birds and aquariums. For added privacy and safety, consider a gated community or an apartment with a courtesy patrol.

Non-Student Lifestyles

Tallahassee's non-student apartments often have a more relaxed, quietatmosphere. Apartment location and amenities should all be based on your lifestyle and preferences. Non-student apartments can be found in a variety of layouts and styles, to include onetwothreeand four-bedroomunits. Whether you're a busy professional in need of an in-home office or you're a four-person family looking for some extra space, there are non-student housing options ready to fill those needs. Before selecting an apartment, be sure to consider the location and how it will affect your lifestyle. Would you prefer to live away from the traffic in a more private part of town, or do you want to be right in the heart of town within walking distance of shops and dining?

Be sure to do your research so that you may pick a new home that matches your needs.  With a wide-variety of non-student apartments in Tallahassee to choose from, you're guaranteed to find one that appeals to you!

Frequently Asked Questions

Are non-student apartments in Tallahassee cheaper?

In non-student apartments you will be billed for water, electric, internet, and cable separately from the monthly rent you agree to on your lease. In student housing, some or all of these extras will be bundled in the monthly rent listed already. So YES, the base rent at non-student apartments in Tallahassee will be lower than all-inclusive student housing communities, but you will potentially have higher bills outside of the regular monthly rent.

How can I tell which apartments are for non-students?

A guaranteed way to tell which apartments are for non-students is to look at the amenities and features offered by the apartment. For example, student properties typically offer student-perks like all-inclusive rent, by-the-bedroom leases, and roommate matching programs. If you're looking for non-student apartments, avoid features like this during your search for a Tallahassee apartment.

If I'm not a student, can I still live at a student housing community?

Many of the student housing properties in Tallahassee will allow anyone to lease as long as you qualify, regardless of whether or not you attend a local college or university. Be prepared though, these off campus student housing communities will have a student lifestyle, which might mean extra noise on gameday or a clubhouse that is busy with students studying and hanging out. As a non-student, you might also have trouble with things like sharing a common area with other students and roommate matching.

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