These properties usually contain 10-20 units. Unlike apartment complexes, each unit is individually owned and managed. Condominium units are generally more budget-friendly, private, and unique. Parking is almost always included with rent.
Renting a house with a group of friends is sure to be fun. Houses provide the most private and home-like environment but can be pricey if you don't have many roommates.
Apartment complexes provide a fairly uniform experience to all of their residents. Complexes are generally more expensive than condominiums, but usually have amenities, on-site staff, and newer appliances.
West Campus is the pulse of student living. Many students start out in West Campus because it’s such a short walk to campus. And you can find restaurants, coffee shops, food trailers, and shopping within a few blocks. Over 17,000 people live in this ten-block by ten-block area, and it’s home to first-year students, Greek houses, and many who want the convenience of this walkable neighborhood. You have every imaginable housing option from newer high rises, to houses, condos, and apartments. There’s something for everyone in West Campus.
If you want to be north and as close as possible to campus, North Campus is for you! Located from Dean Keeton up to 38th Street between Guadalupe and Red River, you will likely walk to campus. And if it’s raining, you can hop on a shuttle for a five-minute ride with a drop-off on Dean Keeton. Feels a little more like a neighborhood than West Campus.
If you want a quiet neighborhood experience while still only being 10 minutes to campus, Hyde Park is a great choice! Located from 38th up to 51st Streets between Guadalupe and Red River, Hyde Park is known for having small 10-20 unit complexes alongside single-family homes. There’s so much you can walk or bike to in this super walkable neighborhood—coffee shops, grocery stores, and restaurants. Bike lanes make it safe and easy to bike to campus and there is a shuttle bus with frequent stops that will drop off on Dean Keeton in less than 10 minutes. This is the place for quiet, yet still close.
Preleasing allows students to reserve a house, apartment, or condo for the following year. West Campus starts preleasing the earliest; large houses start preleasing in September, while apartments and condos typically start preleasing in October. Those looking for the rarest finds or the best deals often have a goal of leasing by Thanksgiving. There will be plenty of options left in the spring and early summer, but they are picked over. North Campus tends to get a later start on preleasing, typically in early to mid-spring for apartments and condos but earlier for large houses. Jump in now!
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