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Entire Tenancy·1000 Main Campus Dr. Lexington



Entire Tenancy·1000 Main Campus Dr. 0
Property ID: R01426357

From US$4155/month


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Move in from: 2021-12-11 Start rent
Move in Requirements: At least 12 month signed
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To Brandeis University 8.17 km

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008-8003 1000 Main Campus Dr., Lexington, Kentucky(KY) 02421 View on Map

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008-8003 1000 Main Campus Dr., Lexington, Kentucky(KY) 02421







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Entire Tenancy·1000 Main Campus Dr. FAQs

When I go to study in Lexington, when should I start applying for housing?

According to the school's local house-hunting habits, market supply, and individual needs, the time to start house-hunting varies for each school. And the start time is different for new students and returning students. For new students, they usually start to pay attention to renting houses after obtaining the school admission notice or confirmation to study in the local area, usually in April and May. We suggest that students formally apply for and sign for an apartment after receiving the I20 form. There are also a lot of new students who will come to the United States in advance and decide to sign up after seeing the apartment on site. Old students, that is returning students, the time they look for housing is more spread across the year. Old students in some schools usually start to sign for a house for the next academic year in the first semester (fall), but most of the old students usually start looking for houses in the spring semester.

How long is the lease term of a student apartment in Lexington?

The most typical student apartment lease period is generally 12 months, starting in August or September and ending in July or August of the following year. A small number of apartments offer semester leases (5 months or 6 months), 10-month leases (end at the end of May of the following year), or leases that end in July and August (no limit on the start time). More often the case, for a lease period of less than 12 months, the apartment will charge an additional monthly short-term rental fee, ranging from $30-100 dollars per month.

Can I go to Lexington and see the house before deciding to sign?

Try not to. It is best to move in directly after arriving in the United States. Then, the closer the school starts, the higher the rent, and there is no good housing left around the school. Therefore, students, please decide the time you sign according to your actual situation.

What do the utility bills cover when renting an apartment in Lexington?

Utility refers to the water, electricity, heating, garbage and wastewater treatment fees, security fees, Internet and cable TV fees and other miscellaneous expenses that the tenant spends every month. Some landlords will include all these costs in the rent and require tenants to pay them together.

What documents should I bring when checking in?

Please bring your passport, I-20, payment receipt, credit card, check, etc. Please note that the property does not accept cash.

When renting a house in Lexington, after signing the lease, can I cancel the lease at any time?

Generally speaking, once the lease is signed, it will take effect immediately, and neither party to the lease can terminate the contract in advance. According to the relevant laws of the United States, if the tenant has signed a long-term lease, he/she shall bear the rent for the whole lease term. Even if he/she is forced to move out, the landlord still has the right to require the tenant to pay all the rent.

Do I need to submit a deposit certificate for the total rent during the lease period when renting a house in Lexington?

It is normal for some individual landlords or apartments to require students to submit a deposit certificate of the total rent during the lease term.

Can I rent a room with a balcony in Lexington to dry clothes on the balcony?

You may not. Many states in the United States have passed laws prohibiting people from drying clothes outdoors, even in their own backyard, because it looks unsightly, affects the environment, and reduces the property value of the community.

Are the student apartments in Lexington furnished?

Most apartments in Lexington are unfurnished, so you will need to purchase furniture before you move in. You can choose to order some furniture from Amazon in advance, or you can choose to buy it as soon as you arrive in Lexington.

What are the characteristics of Lexington student apartments?

Apartments that only allow students, visiting scholars, or student family members to live in: have a clear and unified check-in time, rent-out time, etc.; Generally, the lease term is 12 months, and there are few short leases less than 5 months.

I have booked an apartment. Can I check in directly after arriving in Lexington?

Each apartment has its own clear check-in time. If you arrive in the United States after the official check-in time of the apartment, of course you can check in directly after going through the check-in procedures. However, if you arrive before the official check-in time stipulated by the apartment, you should: 1) Communicate with the apartment in time when applying for the apartment to see if there is the possibility of early check-in and tell the apartment your ideal check-in time; 2) If the apartment cannot provide early check-in, you need to find temporary accommodation by yourself, such as hotels, daily rental houses, or ask for help from early students.

What should I pay attention to when subletting in Lexington?

It is recommended to confirm with the second lessor and the apartment party the procedures required to complete the sublease and ensure that you are no longer legally responsible for the previous contract. If it is a private sublease, students should pay more attention to: 1) These are private actions, without any legal effect; 2) If found, the apartment is likely to hold you responsible. In view of the risks associated with private subletting, please negotiate with the tenant in advance to protect your own interests.

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