At College Pads we get how demanding being a college student is. From studying to extracurricular activities, a job, and everything in between the last thing you want to do is pile yet another task on your plate, especially one as tedious as looking for off-campus housing near Ohio University. Between what you hear via word of mouth, browsing the Internet for listings, all while trying to find a roommate, finding the perfect place can seem nearly impossible.Continue reading
Perhaps this is your first year of college and you opted out on on-campus living or maybe you’re finally getting ready to leave that dinky dorm room behind! Whatever your situation may be, it’s probably your first time looking for a place off-campus near Cornell, but how do you start? After an entire school year of guessing on your exams, let Rent College Pads take the guesswork out of where you’re going to live. We did tons of research to find the best of the best for Cornell off-campus housing so you don’t have to! After reading countless reviews, we have left you with our tops picks for Cornell University and Ithaca landlords.Continue reading
Looking for a place to live quickly turns into a tedious and overwhelming task. You’ve heard landlord horror stories and making sure you choose a great place with an awesome landlord is at the top of your list.
To try and help you out we decided to do some research to find the top 10 landlords in Syracuse. We shuffled through hundreds of reviews to find the best of the best to choose from, and to make your off-campus housing search that much easier!
And to make things even easier, check out all these Syracuse University apartments.
So you’re looking for apartments near Penn State — but where do you start? We know what not to do. Don’t go around town looking at For Rent signs taped up in dusty windows with landlord numbers hastily scrawled on them. Instead, you should research the best possible landlords and property management groups near campus! But how do you know which companies are best?
That’s where College Pads comes in. We work with reputable landlords on a day to day basis, so we’ve decided to put together a list of the best possible property management groups for you to compare when looking for your next place. Check out these top landlords, and then search for their Penn State apartments and houses on our customized map page!Continue reading
If you’ve been dreaming of the day you’ll finally be able to move out of the dorms and into one of the houses for rent in Manhattan, KS, know that living off-campus is everything you could have dreamed of and more. Living in off-campus at Kansas State means you’ll no longer have to wait outside your room because your roommate put a sock on the door, or do an awkward shuffle to your RA’s room in your towel because you accidentally locked yourself out. Sure, there’s a little more responsibility on your end (trash/dishes/etc), but it’s also way cheaper than living in the dorms. Rentals in Manhattan, KS usually range anywhere from about $300 – $600 a month per person depending on what type of rental you choose.
When you’ve never lived outside of the safety net of the dorms, you may be a little overwhelmed at the idea of finding a place to rent, which is totes understandable since there are over 250 different apartments and houses for rent in Manhattan, KS on College Pads to choose from.
Curious to know what houses are the most popular for Kansas State students? Well, step this way because we’ve got the inside scoop. Check out the list of the top five most popular houses for rent in Manhattan, KS for students at Kansas State University below.Continue reading
Every year, thousands of Kansas State students searching for off-campus houses and apartments in Manhattan, KS near Kansas State use CollegePads.com to find their perfect place to live near K-State. A vast majority of off-campus leases are signed during the early part of the second semester, months and months in advance from your move-in date.
If you’re planning on calling one of the houses for rent in Ames, IA home for the 2020-21 school year, know that we’re here to help you find your next place. We have hundreds of available Ames housing options on our Iowa State off-campus housing page to choose from.
If you’ve only just decided you want to live off-campus next year, you may not know what you’re looking for. To help you out, we did a bit of digging and created a list for the five most popular houses for rent in Ames, IA on College Pads.Continue reading
Ohio State University students will make the return to campus for the fall 2020 semester! The Ohio State University President, Michael V. Drake, recently made the announcement that in-person classes will resume on campus beginning Tuesday, August 25 with the conclusion of the semester on Friday, December 4.Continue reading
Each year, thousands of students searching for Umich off-campus housing use CollegePads.com to find their perfect Ann Arbor rental. A majority of off-campus leases are signed during the Fall semester, almost a year in advance of the date that you would be moving in. If you’re looking to land one of the houses for rent in Ann Arbor, you’re going to want to have your search well underway in September and have a lease signed no later than November. Students still continue to sign throughout the spring semester, though options are severely limited by that point.
These properties were the five most contacted houses for rent in Ann Arbor by Michigan students during the Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 semesters.
Every year, thousands of students searching for apartments and off-campus housing near Michigan State University use CollegePads.com to find their housing. There’s a great mix of off-campus housing options near Michigan State, and apartment inquiries have been on the up and up! Like many other campuses across the nation, MSU students start looking for housing during their Fall Semester. Students begin their hunt for MSU apartments as soon as September, and the number of searches peaks throughout the semester in the months of October and November.Continue reading