Student Housing in Windsor ON and Across Canada

Usually when it's time to go off to college or university that also means heading out on your own and getting your own space. Some like the security of living in student housing on campus while others choose to rent an apartment or home close to their campus. There are lots of owners of central Toronto condos and homes in Calgary that promote their properties to student renters. While most of these people turn out to be great landlords some might be banking on the fact that the majority of students don't take the time to get to know their renters rights. Whether you're moving into UWO off campus housing or a residence in Halifax here are some of the things you need to know before moving into any student real estate.

The first thing you need to decide on when choosing a home at school is to decide what sort of living environment will suit you best. There are all sorts of different people that pursue higher education so you better believe that one type of Edmonton or Windsor ON houses is not going to satisfy all of them. Some people want a quiet space where they can study and prefer to do their socializing away from their place of residence. Others want to be living in the party house that is always full of friends and classmates. Try to be honest with yourself on which style of home will suit you best.

Whether you're looking at a London Ontario townhouse or a condo in Toronto one of the most telling things that will show you if a property is right for you is the people who occupied the space before you. Some landlords are willing to deal with a kitchen that is not kept impeccably clean and a lot of traffic coming in and out of the house on a daily basis and others are not. If you're looking at Victoria or Oakville condos you should also consider the building regulations for that unit. Some might have a policy on noise or your ability to host a party within your home. Even if you're just someone who likes to play loud music while you study this could present a problem for some locations. Most university or college campuses are surrounded by a sort of student village where younger people make up most of the residents. This is a good place to start your search.

Before you become the resident of a rental unit you should make sure that you fully understand the rental agreement and your rights as a person living within that unit. If you have any questions about your new home or your rights you should contact your local tenant's association for answers.


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