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Looking into renting a house with some fraternity brothers for next year, any tips on websites to use too look or anything else? Pretty sure were looking for something in the $200-300 per room price range, about 3-5 guys. Gonna be in the Northern Kentucky area, we all go to NKU.
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Get renters insurance. You can probably add it to your parents coverage or your auto coverage. It is cheap and can save you and your roommates in case of disaster. For example, if the next door neighbors house catches on fire and yours goes up in flames, rental insurance will pay for your stuff and a hotel until you can figure out what to do.
Besides that, houses near college campuses usually go up for lease after the spring semester. So beginning in April, homeowners should have rent signs up if the house is going to be available. Drive around and see what is available and if you see something you like call for more info and a tour. If you like it, ask if it is ok to contact the current residents or just do it anyway. Ask them why they are moving and if the landlord is reasonable. Good luck.
There's also zillow.com and hotpads.com, both which have rentals on them, you just have to search for them.
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