The Regency & Villas Apartments offer an academic (10 month) and full (12 month) lease term.  All of our Lease Terms begin in August and run to the following year.  If you are interested in understanding more about the Move In and Move Out Dates have a look!

💭  Lease Terms ________________________________________

The "lease terms" are a contractual term for the length of the Lease Contract.  For example, nearly all of our residents will move in on August 16, 2019 and will have a move out set for July 31, 2020 the following year if they decide not to renew.   This means that the "lease terms" for this contractual agreement are August 16, 2019 - July 31, 2020.   You can learn more about why we choose these dates here!   


Understanding "Total Contract Value" and Due Dates ________________________________________

The due date each month, and the lease terms, are the same at both the Regency and the Villas apartments.  Although the rental installment amount varies based on the floor plan and lease term you choose, the due date remains the same for all residents.


Understanding Total Contract Value and Due Dates ________________________________________

The "total value" for the contract is provided in this table, found on the first page of all Lease Contracts, in the fourth column from the left titled "Total Value".   This amount is considered the Total Contract Value agreed to be paid by the resident and Guarantor over the Lease Terms.

💭  Why do I have to pay a full month rent in August if I am Moving In on August 16th?

As is common across nearly all student living communities nationwide, the total contract value is divided into equal installments across the Lease Term.  Unlike most student living communities, we do not require students to pay their total contract value a semester in advance.  

In an effort to make the financial responsibility easier, we divide the total contract value into 10 or 12 equal installments depending on if you select the Academic or Full lease term.


💭 Am I Paying for Days I Don't Live There?

Although we understand why you would see it this way, it is not the case.  We understand why it seems this way at first, but even multi-family communities select your move in dates based on a "daily value" that they choose based on their intent to meet a total contract value during the lease term.

In other words, all apartment communities, whether student or multi-family focused, consider the Lease Contract as a "total contract value" and then decide to break that amount down daily, monthly, by semester or annually.  You are not paying for unused days in that sense and we have found this to be more beneficial to families so they don't have to pay the last 1-2 months upfront either!

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