It’s not easy helping your student carve out their own place in the world, especially when that means moving into their own apartment. At Stadium Walk, we strive to make navigating this uncharted territory as transparent, simple, and smooth as possible. We are here to help and would be happy to provide you with the answers you are looking for!
What are individual leases and shared living?
A lot has changed over the years and offering a shared living environment helps the affordability of the overall college expenses. Offering separate leases for each room in the apartment is one of them! With individual leasing, your student will only be responsible for their lease contract and not their roommates’. If a roommate moves out or pays rent late, there is no financial obligation for you!
What is an installment lease contract?
We account for the total value of your lease contract and divide the total by the number of months based on the lease term you have chosen. So, if you sign for a 12-month lease contract for $6000, you pay 12 equal installments of $500. The total can be paid all at once or incrementally.
What is a guarantor?
A rent guarantor is the legal term for a person that agrees to be legally responsible for the apartment, its condition, and any financial obligations.
What utilities are included with the rent?
Each apartment is equipped with Fiber internet; water, recycling, and trash are also included.
What utilities does the resident have to establish?
You will have to set up the natural gas through Black Hills Energy and electric through Lincoln Electric System (LES).
Do we have to set up renter’s insurance?
Yes, you will be required to show proof of insurance. You can sign up with any insurance group you prefer! On average, it is roughly $10/month. We require $50,000 personal liability per occurrence and Stadium Walk (MAX Iconic Investors, LLC) must be a certificate holder.
What if my student doesn't have a roommate in mind?
No sweat! We provide FREE roommate matching! No need to stress about searching the internet or flyering the local coffee shop for that potential roommate! Your student will just have to fill out a simple roommate preference form.
How do I pay the rent?
We accept checks, money orders, and online payments through the Resident Portal.
What is the Resident Portal?
Once you move in, you will be able to make payments, check your balance, submit work requests, and build a community profile!