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Also, when talking rental agreement with the landlord, make sure that it includes the rental rate, security deposits, length of occupancy, apartment rules and termination requirements. Ask questions like how many people can stay in the apartments, when is the rent collection, what are included in the rental rates (i.e, water, gas, electricity, etc.) and under what conditions is the deposit refundable. And lastly, don't forget to check for signs of damage before you move in and inform the landlord immediately so you don't have to pay for anything you didn't break.
If you choose the option of having an apartment rather than a house, then most likely you are planning on living in an apartment for a longer span of time than if your choice was based off it being near your school or work. This is crucial because this will reflect the other criteria you will be including to your search for an apartment for rent.
Finally, consider apartment security as this will definitely come in handy. The apartment ratings for this type of apartments are definitely higher and can certainly cause it to be a bit more expensive. However, for some of you who value the safety of your family more than the amount of the apartment for rent, this certainly is not an issue.
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