SO WHAT’S IT GOING TO BE, A HOUSE, A DORM, OR AN APARTMENT???

Did you know the cost of renting a house could be $1000 or more LESS expensive per month than renting at UP, UV or the Orchards?

Is it hard to study when everyone in your building is knocking on your door to go out for pizza?

Do you value your privacy and not having neighbors drop in uninvited?

How noisy is it when the kids next door are partying and you’re trying to study?

Did you wake up this morning when your neighbor’s alarm clock went off?  Apartment walls are paper thin.

Do you value your own private yard for cookouts, games, etc. with your roommates and friends?

Would you rather have a private place of your own rather than living with the herd in a semi-hotel like setting?

What’s the COST PER SWIM in that pool that you’re not using between October and May? Do you really want to pay for that?

Do you really enjoy walking up three flights of stairs every time you come home?

Do you really want to park your car where you can’t even see it from your window?

Do you really want to spend all that extra money on an exercise room you rarely use?

Why do students usually move out of UP, UV and Orchards into a house, but never from a house to UP, UV, or Orchards?

Why pay more for a 9 month home than a home that’s yours for 12 months?

Have you practiced the line “knock it off, we’re trying to study/sleep over here?”

Do you want to choose who you live with or be thrown together with persons management assigns to you?

When your neighbors come back from beer and pizza, will your night of study be over whether you like it or not?

IF YOU’RE EVENTUALLY GOING TO END UP IN A HOUSE, WHY NOT SKIP THE “BARRACKS” AND DO IT NOW?

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