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Most major universities have a limited supply of housing on campus for students. You should contact the university housing office for suggestions. Additionally, most universities have an off-campus housing office to assist students needing rental help. They are a great resource. Most communities near campuses lease-up without the need of a service.
Many cities, such as Austin (University of Texas), Dallas (Southern Methodist University), etc., we are able to locate rental units. You should try to get a roommate in advance of calling if you are on a limited a budget.
Since most students do not have a rental history or employment history, landlords may require a co-signor or an additional deposit to lease to students. Parents should be prepared to sign leases or give their credit information.
Many communities provide for pre-leasing in the spring by using floating deposits to reserve a rental unit. Be prepared to start early, March or April, to get the best choices. Also, remember to double check during the summer to be sure the community will have a unit available for you. Let them know you are serious.
Leases are legal documents and as such are considered by landlords as your commitment to fulfill the terms of the agreement. Be sure to inspect your unit before moving in and after moving out. If you move out owing rent or pay your rent late you could be effecting your credit for years to come.
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