Q: What documents does a guarantor
need to provide?
needs to provide a copy of a valid current photo ID and a completed
Guarantor Form, which will be sent by the leasing team. They will
also need to provide proof of income showing that their gross
income (before any taxes and/or
4x the monthly rent amount.
Q: What kind of lease terms do you
The standard term is 12-months with payments made in 12 equal
installments. Other alternate dates may be available, please
inquire with our staff.
Q: What is individual
Individual Leases, you are only responsible for your students
rents, room, and common area. You are not liable for your roommates
rent! Unlike a traditional lease or a joint lease, if your roommate
transfers, graduates, or fails to pay his/her rent, it does not
affect you or your lease.
Q: How are the rooms
place incoming residents in the order in which they apply, sign and
complete their application. We also consider requested roommates,
specific requests and availability. If you have a large group
that wants to live together or if you have a special or specific
request, we suggest that you apply right away. The sooner you apply
and complete your application, the better the chance of getting
what you requested.
Q: How are roommates
matching happens a couple different ways – either you tell us who
you want to live with, or if you don’t have roommates in mind, we
are happy to do the matching for you! We look closely at the
information both you and your potential roommates have provided in
your application and work to find people that have the same or
similar preferences. Although we don’t guarantee a perfect match,
you can rest assured that we do our best to find you a great
Q: When is rent due?
Payments are accepted in the office in the form of a personal
check, money order, or cashier’s check. Rent is due on the 1st of
the month with a grace period until the 4th of the month. If on the
5th day of the month rent has not been paid a late fee will be
applied. Online payment options are available as well. Rent can be
paid online at our website with an electronic check or automated
ACH payment through the resident
portal. A fee may apply to debit
and credit card payments.
Q: What if my student doesn't get along with
his/her new roommate(s)?
We suggest that the
roommates have a discussion of boundaries immediately after moving
in, even if they have known them for a long time. This will help
with establishing guidelines for living together. We ask that
roommates attempt to talk about any issues within the household
prior to contacting the leasing office. If they are unable to
resolve, the leasing team may be able to assist with the outcome on
a case-by-case basis.
Q: Can students bring additional furniture to
put in their room?
Students may bring personal items to decorate their room under the
conditions that they do not remove any URV furniture (if opting for
a furnished unit) from the room and the items do not damage and or
deface any URV property (walls, floors, doors, etc.)