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    Off-Campus Housing Near FSU

    Off-Campus Housing Near FSU

    With a wealth of off-campus housing options near FSU you can truly customize your living experience. Choose from a wide-variety of luxurious amenities and designer features at a budget and location that suits your unique needs and lifestyle. With an apartment near FSU you can easily walk or bike to your classes and avoid busy game day traffic during football season. Does it get any better than that?

    Location of the Best Off-Campus Housing Near FSU

    Tallahassee can best be described by the 6 unique neighborhoods it encompasses, each of which offers a different set of events, features and beautiful apartment homes to choose from. Southwest Tallahassee, home of the Florida State Noles, is a student-focused neighborhood with sprawling trees, delicious local dining, school-sponsored events, and some of the world's most dedicated sports fans! Living in an off-campus apartment near FSU allows you to enjoy a wealth of amenities and features without sacrificing the convenience of living near campus. Here, you'll be just steps from Tallahassee favorites like Florida State University's Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida's Historic Capitol Building, the Florida State University Reservation, and Governor's Square Mall. If you're looking to explore other Tallahassee neighborhoods, take a ride on the Star Metro city bus – complimentary for students with valid FSU ID.

    Amenities to Look for in Off-Campus Housing Near FSU

    Arguably the best part of off-campus living is the resort-style amenities and luxurious features. Take a dip in the sparkling swimming pool, catch the sunset from your private patio/balcony, relax in your garden-style tub, or shoot some hoops at the basketball court with a few friends. You can also cut down on costs with amenities like a 24-hour fitness center, in-unit washers and dryers, and an on-site car wash. If you really want to put a dent in your monthly expenses, consider an off-campus apartment near FSU with utilities included. By combining your monthly rent and utility bills, you can avoid expensive set-up fees and the stress of multiple due dates. Will Fido be joining you at your new apartment? Look for pet-friendly off-campus housing options with features your furry friend will enjoy, like a dog park or a nature trail.

    3 Ways to Save Money in Your New Off-Campus Apartment Near FSU

    • Ask About Specials and Discounts: Several FSU apartments offer exciting resident-only discounts, so be sure to ask the leasing office about specials/discounts for preferred employees, students and faculty, or military personnel. Before you sign a lease, you should also inquire about move-in specials like a reduced deposit, waived pet fees or even gift card giveaways. Some communities even offer a special savings on pet rent for adopted dogs and cats.   

    • Share Your Space with a Few Roommates: Limit expenses by splitting your new digs with a few of your fellow peers or take advantage of your FSU apartment's roommate matching services. With an individual lease (by-the-bed) you can enjoy the benefits of living with roommates without the added responsibility. With this type of lease you won't be held accountable if your roommate causes damage to the unit or misses their rent payment.

    • Look for Energy Efficient Appliances: Utility bills can range in cost every month depending on a variety of factors including how much energy you use and the type of appliances you have. Several off-campus housing communities near FSU are ‘green' apartments with energy efficient appliances that are designed to cut costs and reduce wasted energy. The savings will certainly stack up over the course of your lease!

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How do I find roommates to share an off-campus FSU apartment?

    You have a couple of options when it comes to sharing your off-campus apartment near FSU! You can share your apartment with friends, just be sure to let the community know you would like to live together so they coordinate leases to be in the same apartment. If you don't have any roommates in mind, we suggest looking for an apartment that offers roommate matching. This service is free and allows the community to match you with a roommate with similar interests.

    Does my off-campus FSU apartment come furnished?

    Many student communities located near FSU offer furnished apartment options. These furniture packages typically include a mattress and bed frame, nightstand, dresser and desk with a computer chair. In the common areas you can expect to find a dining table and chairs, couch and love seat, coffee table and end table. Depending on the community, TVs may also be included. Furniture packages vary from community to community so be sure to ask the leasing team what is included.

    Are utilities included in the monthly rent of my off-campus apartment?

    To make it easier for both students and parents, many student apartments near FSU are all-inclusive, which means they include some or all utilities in their monthly rent. Some utilities you can expect to be bundled into your rent include water, sewer, trash collection and electricity (usually with a cap). High-speed internet and cable may also be included at some communities. If you ask what utilities are included when you call the leasing team, it can help you make sure you stay within budget.

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