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399 Fremont, San Francisco

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399 Fremont St, San Francisco, California(CA) 94105

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Student Accommodation in San Francisco

What do the utility bills cover when renting San Fran housing?

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

Can I see the room for rent in San Francisco in person before deciding to sign?

Try not to. It is best to move in directly after arriving in the United States. The closer the school starts, the higher the rent, and no suitable housing is left around the school if you don't sign a room for rent in San Francisco, California, in advance. You can book student apartments in San Francisco through uhomes.com, which offers comprehensive and reliable details about room types, amenities, locations, and costs. Additionally, we provide video VR and live showings to help you make informed decisions and select the room that best fits your needs.

If you must see the room in person, try going there early before school begins. "Off-season" months are the best. Students, please decide when you sign according to your situation.

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What documents should I bring when checking in?

The paperwork list:

  1. Bank documents
  2. Checks
  3. Copy of birth certificate
  4. Copy of Social Security card
  5. Credit card
  6. Debit card
  7. Emergency contact list
  8. Financial aid documents
  9. Passport
  10. Payment receipt

Please note that cash is not accepted.

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