FAQ

Q: Who else will I be living with?

A: Our apartments are setup dorm-style, with two guests sharing each room, so up to 6 residents may live together. We generally cater to international students and interns in their 20's and 30's but guests may be any age and do not have to be students. The apartment may be co-ed, so both males and females would live together, but you would only share your bedroom with someone of the same gender.

Q: Can I have a private room?

A: Yes, you may book one of our shared rooms as private for a higher fee. Please note this is a private room, not a private apartment. You would then have the room to yourself, but would still share a bathroom, unless you book the master bedroom as private in which case you would have your own room and bathroom.

Q: How long is the lease?

A: Our leases start at 3-months and then transition to month to month. You must provide us with 30-days notice once you know your move-out date and can move out anytime after your 3-month period.

Q: What is included with the apartment?

A: Apartments generally come furnished with two twin beds, a side table, a desk and chair in each bedroom. Dining room table and chairs, sofa, sofa chair, end table, coffee table, TV, and TV stand in the common areas. Bathroom includes mats, shower curtains, and trash can. Kitchen includes basic kitchenware such as plates, pots and pans, utensils, glasses, and more. Guests receive brand new sheets, blankets, pillow, pillowcase and towel upon moving in. Utilities, including wireless internet are included. We provide Netflix for free, and Smart TV's so guests can access their own accounts such as Hulu or HBO Go.

Q: Can I bring my own TV, video game system, or other items?

A: Yes, if you would like to bring your own items to make your stay more enjoyable you are welcome to. Please remove the items when you move-out and be considerate of the person you may be sharing a room with as well as the other residents.

Q: Do the rooms have locks on the doors?

A: The rooms have normal door locks so you can lock the door while you are in the room. They do not come with key locks so you cannot lock the door when you are not home. Some students have chosen to get lock boxes to keep valuables in. If you would feel better with a lock on your door, you must first get approval, then purchase and install the lock yourself. Homestay Anywhere must be provided with a key in case of emergencies as well as the roommate you share a room with. When you move out you will need to install the original door knob, so please do not lose it.