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Leaving Your Rental: Just You If only one roommate is moving out, and that roommate is you... 1. Notify All Those Affected by Your Move This means your roommates and your landlord. Notice must be ...
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Finding an Apartment/House There are two places to search for and post ads for off-campus (non-Biola-owned) housing. Biola Classifieds Internal Housing Listings—posted and viewable by studen...
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Seven Steps to Living Off-Campus Begin with broad options and narrow down as you go.... Have an idea of what you are looking for. Step One: Prioritize What Type of Housing You Want to Live In ...
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Leaving Your Rental: Everybody Goes Steps you can take to protect yourself from legal hassles when you and your whole crew move out of your rental... Disclaimer: This procedure will vary depending...
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Be a Great Neighbor "Love the Lord your God....Love your neighbor as yourself. There is no other commandment greater than these." - Mark 12:31 Sometimes conflicts arise between neighbors. Probl...
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Roommates 101: The Basics Who Will Bring What? Make a list of what each of you will bring, from furniture to appliances Decide who will purchase any new/necessary items that neither of you...
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Getting Your Security Deposit Back Landlord-tenant disputes about security deposits are a common problem. Inventory Checklists (available in OCHS Resources) are an excellent protection against suc...
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Departments: Commuter Life
Tenant Legal Resources These resources are from 3rd party organizations and, while helpful, are not affiliated with Biola University. California Tenants Book Fair Housing Hotline: 1-800...
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Guide to Living Off Campus & Housing Listings Wondering about lease signing and budgeting? How about local utilities? And, when is your landlord required, by law, to return your security depos...
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Departments: Commuter Life
Budgeting Your Move Why Budget? You can’t find the right place to live until you know just how much you are able to spend. The budget spreadsheet is a good reference. Keep in mind all of the extra...
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Save Your Deposit--Inspect Your Place First Inventory Checklist for Rental Move-in & Move-out Completing an Inventory Checklist is a step you can take to protect yourself from legal hassles wh...
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Before You Sign Your Lease--Use This Checklist Before you commit to renting a housing unit, you will want to clearly understand the responsibilities involved with each of the terms below. They sho...
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Renter's Insurance If you live in an apartment or a rented house, Renter’s Insurance provides important coverage for both you and your possessions. A standard renter’s policy protects your persona...
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Roommate Agreement Why is a Roommate Agreement Important? A lease generally defines only the legal relationship between the tenants as a whole and their landlord, not the relationship between the ...
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Roommates 102: Setting Ground Rules The following is designed to help you and your roommate(s) establish guidelines for while you are living together. Listed below are several issues that typicall...
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Tenant & Landlord Responsibilities Tenant Rights & Responsibilities Please take your role as a tenant seriously. Here are a few things that can make this task easier: 1. Pay Rent/Utiliti...
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Getting Utilities To estimate the cost of utilities, you will need to contact the appropriate providers for your area. We encourage you to thoroughly research your options before making a decision...
Departments: Commuter Life
• Google maps has a useful tool to help you get from here to there. • Biola Shuttle • Biola to LAX via METRO • Metrolink Trains • La Mirada Dial-A-Ride • MTA Bus and Rail • Norwal...
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