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A College Student’s Guide to Apartment Hunting

Going to college is always exciting and you definitely will be more excited to have your own apartment to enjoy as you study. In order to make your apartment stay as enjoyable as you wish for it to be, there are a few things that you should look into when selecting that perfect place.

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The location of the apartment is one of the most critical factors to consider. It can determine how convenient it is for you to access school. Some apartments are student-targeted, and are therefore located near universities. You will have an easy time with these apartments because you can choose to walk to school, or enjoy a few minute drive or bike ride to the institution. The location can also have an effect on security, so be sure to select an apartment located in a safe and secure area.

Surrounding Areas

Surrounding areas will add to your college life convenience. When looking at your apartment options, check whether there are shopping malls, grocery stores, clinics, department stores, entertainment joints, restaurants and recreational facilities nearby. Remember that as much as you are in school to study, you still want to conduct a normal life and the surroundings determine the conveniences you can enjoy. An apartment located within an area that has some of these most important facilities is best, since it means you can get everything you need, whether goods or services without the extra expense of travelling from your locality. Find out what facilities are available and their importance to you as a student when selecting an apartment.

Interiors and Exteriors

How impressed do you feel with the general look of the apartment? As a matter fact, college students love modern looking apartments and you should get nothing short of that. Consider the exterior features as well as the interior features and relate them to your personal preferences. A good apartment should have well maintained lawns, pathways and entryways. The garden, if any, should also be well maintained. The outer walls, windows and doors should also be stunning.

When looking at the interiors, the walls, floors, counter-tops, colors and fixtures should be excellent as well. Remember that you want an apartment you can pride yourself in even without any personal additions. The secret when choosing is to ensure that you like what you see both on the outside and inside. Fortunately, most apartments meant for students are well renovated inside and outside and you are therefore likely to love what you get.


Amenities are very important and you should relate them with the kind of life you want to be living in the apartment through your college years. Look at all appliances made available and how functional they are. They include refrigerators, ovens, cookers, microwaves, stereos, dryers and many others. Most apartments come complete with kitchenware saving you the expenses of buying your own. Check to see what is available and how important it is to you. An apartment that has almost everything that you need is a better choice.

College students from Pittsburg are lucky to have Westbridge Apartments. These apartments are not only stunning in appearance, but they also come equipped with items that any student could need to enjoy a comfortable convenient stay.

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Comments 1

  1. Tara Jones says:

    I like what you said about looking into the amenities. I don’t want to have to buy a microwave or something like that so I’ll be sure to check what kind of appliances the apartments I look into have. Thanks for that tip! Hopefully, I’ll find a great apartment for my freshman year!

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