Find Apartments Under $700 near USF in Tampa, FL

Under $700 USF

While amenities, features and location are all important things to consider when choosing USF apartments, finding a place that fits your budget will likely be the determining factor when making a decision. If you're looking for apartments near USF under $700, there are several great options in this area—including one bedroom apartments—that have plenty of exciting packages for residents. This area has a higher student population, which means even more opportunities to bundle and save. You'll even find some USF apartments with furniture included and there are even a handful of pet friendly student apartments. Depending on your living preferences, you may be surprised to see what is included in these apartments for under $700/month.

What to Expect from USF Apartments under $700

Apartments in this price range typically include some of the most common rental amenities and features. You can expect to find a combination of the features below:

  • Swimming pool: Many communities, especially in Florida, have community pools for resident and visitor use. This is especially useful near the USF area since the beach is a little further away. Easy access to a pool just a few feet away can keep you cool and content in between bigger trips to the beach.
  • Clubhouse: Many leasing offices are located within a clubhouse that is open to resident use. Specific amenities will depend on the community, but you can expect to find a lounge area, TV, kitchen and even a billiards or foosball table. This amenity is great way to bring friends and family together if the leasing office allows the clubhouse to be rented for private resident use, like birthday parties and other celebrations.
  • Fitness Centers: Although less common, many USF apartments include fitness centers that may have both cardio and strength equipment. This convenient amenity can help you save even more money if you can replace your gym membership with the fitness center. It may be helpful to check photos of the fitness center or visit in person if you need specific equipment for your exercise routine.
  • Appliances: Many apartments come with basic appliances like dishwashers, microwaves and refrigerators. Washers and dryers included in the unit, however, is less common. Make sure to check for this amenity if doing laundry in your home is important to you. Otherwise, some communities include communal laundry facilities or you can yse a nearby laundromat instead.

How to Choose USF Apartments under $700

The type of apartment you choose will depend on your living arrangement preferences. For example, you may be able to find luxury USF apartments under $700 by living with multiple roommates. Splitting the rent three or four ways can dramatically cut down on cost, but you must be willing to live in a communal space with different personalities and lifestyles. With services like roommate matching and efficient communication, living with roommates can be a great experience in USF apartments.

On the other hand, renting a one bedroom apartment has several perks. You have the freedom to make the space entirely your own, including furniture and décor. Worried about feeling cramped or unsure how to make the most of your space? This Apartment Geeks article provides helpful tips and ideas for creative décor and space saving strategies.

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