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Tips for Using the Apartments.com Database:
- Use the various filters to narrow your search based on your budget and needs.
- Once you find an accommodation of interest, you can contact the owner or realtor directly on Apartments.com or by calling the number provided.
- Many of the filters are self-explanatory, but below, we have provided helpful definitions that may assist you in your search:
- Student: The property has been identified as one that caters to and/or markets itself to student renters.
- Short term: The property has been identified as one that offers lease lengths of 6 months or less.
- Corporate housing: The property has been identified as one that caters to and/or markets itself to corporate travelers. Units are often furnished and short-term leases are available.
- Apartment: An apartment is a rental unit in a multi-family residential building, complex or community that is typically owned and/or managed by a property management company.
- House: A house is a free-standing, single-family residence where the entire unit is available for rent.
- Condo: A condominium (or “condo”) is a unit located in a residential building or community, but the unit itself is privately owned by an individual who has full say as to who is approved to rent their unit.
- Townhome: A townhome is typically not a free-standing structure like a house, but the entire unit is available for rent. Townhomes are connected to one another in a row, and are usually 2 or 3 stories tall.
- Low income: Also known as affordable housing. The property provides subsidized housing for qualified renters. Qualifications are based on maximum income levels.
- Cheap: This is a proprietary Apartments.com calculation computed based on the property’s offering price relative to other’s in the same sub-market.
- Luxury: This is a proprietary Apartments.com calculation computed based on the property’s offering price relative to other’s in the same sub-market.