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CiTNnAV- PERRTTARV 11. 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TWENTY-SIX

,f HE MICHIGAN DA I Y

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1968

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PAGE TWENTY-SIX filE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1968

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CLOSE TO CAMPUS
Modern 2-Man Apt.
2 blocks from State St.
and North University
full carpet
garbage disposal
air-conditioned
A PT. 214
350 THOMPSON
769-5544
439

Designed for
SUMMER LIVING
SPACIOUS 4-MAN APT.
air-conditioned
3 Ige. bedrooms
modern
conveniently located
with disposal
large living room
2 beautiful terraces
indoor parking
fully furnished
$300/Sublet $225.00
Great for summer fun!
Call 761-0563
Apt 15
848 Tappan St.
442

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THE
APARTMENT
MODERN 4-MAN
BI-LEVEL APT.
-with-
disposal
dishwasher
laundry facilities
covered parking space
no worries about noise
air-conditioned
2 large bedrooms
Call 769-0441
or drop over to see
Apartment 4
1224 WASHTENAW
445
Need 1-5 People
for BIG, OLD
2-floor Apartment

SOUTHERN
EXPOSURE
2 enclosed balconies
air-conditioned
FOUR-MAN APT,
new Sept. 1967
-also----
parking lot
garbage disposal
parking lot
washing facilities
storage space
close to athletic campus
and central campus
-stublet for summer-
Call 761-2914

Close to Hospitals
820 FULLER
769-2838
-TO SUBLET-
Spring and Summer Terms
MODERN 2-BEDROOM
4-MAN, FURNISHED
2 air-conditioners
large bath
4 medicine cabinets
lots of storage space
garbage disposal
balcony and terrific
view of Huron River
parking I
IDEAL FOR SUMMER
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The time has come to hunt for
off-campus housing for next fall.
Finding the right kind of hous-
ing - for the right price - is
not always easy Whether it be a
modern apartment, r o o m i n g
house, or co-op, the choice re-
quires careful consideration.
More people live in apartments
than any other kind of off-cam-
pus housing. For the first time in
many years, there will be a sur-
plus of apartments next fall, so
it is wise to look carefully before
you make a decision. Many stu-
dents waited until school started
last fall before they rented an
apartment, and were able to set
a better price because of the
excess.
"We figure that we're going to

wait until next fall to rent an
apartment. With more apartments
available than students to lease
them, I'm sure that we'll save
money," Peter Bedrick, '69, Bus.
Ad., believes.
Three-, four-, and five-man
apartments should cost between
$45 and $75 per man per month
on a 12-month lease. The five-
man apartments are usually the
cheapest. Prices vary according to
location, quality, and convenien-
ces.
Apartments closer to campus
are naturally more expensive.
Quality is the most important
consideration. The better the fur-
niture and general condition of
the dwelling, the more expensive
the apartment.

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a$33.33
per month
per man
(plus utilities)
TO SHARE 3-MAN
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
old and spacious
6 rooms in all
includes many extras
Phone 761-6634
after 7 p.m.
440

FREE BEER!
Refrig. full for
Subletters
Live in Luxury this summer
in our brand new
4-MAN APT.
2 large bedrooms
1 12 baths
air-conditioning
dishwasher
disposal
reserved off-street
covered parking
large private terrace
laundry and storage
facilities
and many other
fantastic features
Call 768-1419
Apt. 1, 912S. FOREST
443

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2 bathrooms
2 phones
T.V.
2 refrigerators
extra sinks in bedrooms
large back yard
furnished
near campuns
sleeps six
(with space left over for
parties or houseguests)
-CHEAP-
Call 769-2640
446

SHA Forces Realtors
To Accept 8 Mo. Lease

Modern, Beautiful
2-Man Apt.
Balcony overlooks
Huron River
All modern facilities in-
cluding wooden slant ceil-
ing in huge living room.
Three blocks from hospi-
tal -7 mins. from cen-
tral campus.
Call 761-6670

1-MAN 2 -Room
Furnished Apt.
Quiet off end of
Dead-end street
TELEVISION
Surrounded by greenery
with beautiful view from
top of hill.
Close-by to center of
campus.
769-0386
Apt. 2
1013 CORNWELL PL.
behind St. Joe's Hospital
453

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Such conveniences as garbage
disposal, dishwasher, laundry fa-
cilities, free parking, and air-con-
ditioning have become necessities
as far as many students are con-
cerned, and place apartments in
the most expensive off-campus
bracket.
Some agencies are renting
apartments on 12-month leases
only - others for either eight
of twelve months. The eight
month lease can cost up to 25
per cent more than a twelve month
lease. Apartments Limited is now
leasing apartments on an eight
month contract -- for ten months
rental charges. The loss taken in
renting through any eight month
lease is generally less than the
loss taken by the tenant when
he must sublet for lower rent in
the summer.
When the lease is signed, ten-
ants are expected to pay a sum
equal to one month's rent. This
is taken as the final month's
rent. In addition, the first
month's rent and a damage de
posit equal to one month's rent
must, in most instances, be paid
when the tenant moves in at the
beginning of September.
It is very unusual for the lessee
to have a pay for any utilities
other than electricity and tele-
phone. It is a good idea to find
out which utilities require elec-
tricity in order to estimate the
monthly bill. If the apartment has
electric heat, the electrical bill
will surely be large.
In some instances there is an
extra monthly charge for parking.
At any rate, every car owner
should make sure that he has a
reserved space.
About 350 students live in co-ops.
There are four men's, five wo-
men's, and one married couple's
co-ops at the University. These
are available to anyone who is
beyond the freshman year or over
21. The roomer is provided living
quarters and eating privileges, as
well as a recreation room and
a house living room. He is allowed
snacks and leftovers. Although
co-ops afford closer living con-
ditions than apartments or houses,
they provide an opportunity to
come into contact with a diverse

group of students through plan- a
ned social activities and sports. f
Each member is required to work b
about four to six hours a week e
running the house. b
Each house sets its own rates. c
Costs in the past have averaged.
$280 for the semester (room and
board) or $17.50 per week. There h
is no problem involved with sum- d
mer subletting. In addition, mem- c
bers pay a $20 damage deposit :
which is refunded when they i
leave the system. f
Furnished houses and rooms on
campus are in demand the most.S
They are inexpensive, offer theb
most privacy, and provide at.
'home-like' atmosphere. When ar
single or double room is rented, u
cooking is forbidden by the Uni-
versity in conjunction with city
and state housing regulations. Ao
few landlords provide a refrigera- e
tor for the use of their tenants k
and even less sustain a super-"
vised kitchen.p
Furnished single rooms usuallyt
rent for $40 to $50 per month.°
Some landlords insist on a leasea
- others do not. Payments of
rent can usually be arranged with
the landlord.
Furnished doubles cost from
$30 to $40 per man per month.
A damage aeposit of between
$20 and $25 is normally requested.
In addition, the first and last
month's rent may be required upon
moving in.
Though most difficult to find,
older houses provide the privacy
that other off-campus housing
cannot. They can usually be leased
for as long as desired. Rent may
be as little as $100 per month for

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BY STEVE ANZALONE
Students looking for apart-
ments this year must consider the
fact that all landlords will not
offer the same lease.
Unlike other years, most land-
lords will not use the official
University lease. The new official
lease provides for an eight month
rental period that most landlords
refuse to accept
Michael Koeneke, '69 BAd,
chairman of the Student Housing
Association (SHA), said that
some landlords stocked up on the
old leases before the new ones
were printed. Koeneke added that
the old University leases will be
legal but must now be consid-
ered as private leases.
The new lease will be the only
one issued by the Off-Campus
Housing Bureau. But the Off-
Campus Housing Bureau does ac-
cept private leases if they con-
tain the clause stating that all
disputes between landlords and
student tenants will be subject to
mediation by the University.
Some of the smaller landlords
have already changed to the new
eight-month lease. Other ones are
expected to change before fall.
But most of the larger landlords
indicate that they will not use
the new lease.
SHA is presently leading action
to seek the acceptance of the
eight-month leace by Apartments
Limited and other large land-
lords. So far none has indicated

that they will change at this time.
Besides the eight month rent-
al period there are other ad-
vantages for the student who
signs the 1968 lease. For one thing
students can expect a return of
their damage deposits.
Under the old lease students
were forced to sublet their apart-
ments for the summer. Landlords
often would not return damage
deposits until the lease expired
at the end of the summer. The
1968 lease requires the return of
the damage deposit tWenty days
after the eight-month rental pe-
riod expires.
Koeneke feels that a big ad-
vantage of the 1968 lease it its
clarity. Tenants will know ex-
actly what they are receiving and
what they are paying for.
The furnishings to be provided
by the landlord must be listed.
The new leases also call for an
agreement to be signed by land-
lord and tenant stating the con-
dition of the furnishings when
the tenant moves in.
The landlord is also required
by the new lease to present an
itemized list of any damage de-
ductions from the damage

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450

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Summer Sublet
fully furnished
MODERN 3-MAN APT.
disposal
air-conditioning
two bedrooms
private parking lot
lax manager
close to athletic campus
frequent parties upstairs
No Rats
$150/mo.

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Modern 4-Man Apt.
Comfortable
Summer [iving
near hospitals
sun deck
air-conditioning
garbage disposal
parking lot facilities
2 bedrooms
Call 769-3624
for personal inspection of
Apt. No. 1
404 N. THAYER
444

BAND NEW
4MAN APT.
-with-
air-conditioning
garbage disposal
laundry facilities
free parking
large picture window
balcony
fully carpeted
completely furnished
live-in manager
2 bedrooms
Call 761-3542
for inspection of
Apt. 107
914 S. STATE
447

Cestrally Air-Conditioned
MODERN 4-MAN
2-Bedroom Apt.
" located near Law Quad
and State-Packard
shopping area
" fully-equipped kitchen
dishwasher, garbage
disposal, double sink,
loads of cabinet and
counter space
" large bathroom
double sinks
" closet space galore
3 huge bdrm. closets
linen closet
kitchen closet
" big picture window with
Ige. balcony facing
sunny Oakland St.
" free parking behind
building

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SPREAD OUT
in a 16'x21' living room
with a bay window, large
front view on Tappan.
1 bedroom
shower and bath
modern kitchen
stainless sink, disposal
electric range and
refrigerator
parking facilities
fully furnished
reasonable
1 1 blocks from campus
2 blocks from
Campus Corners
825 Tappan, No.2
769-1237
454

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STUDENT COMMUNITY RELATIONS
FREE SERVICES FOR STUDENTS
OFF CAMPUS HOUSING BUREAU: Looking for
housing? Want to know if a landlord or property is
registered with thekUniversity?Need da roommate to
share your apartment? Want to sublet your space or
an entire apartment? Go to 2258 SAB or Tel. 764-
7400.
STUDENT HOUSING MEDIATION SERVICE: You
may have a housing problem after the lease is
signed and you're settled in. We are here to help
you any time during the year. 2258 SAB or Tel.
764-7422.

FROM YOUR TERRAC
BREATHi AKIr
of the Huror River, golf cours
Campus. FREE bus service,
area, convenient .lobby shoppi
MENT Supper Club.
Studio--3 Bedroom furnished
$135. Rental Agent on Premi
663-0800.

THANK YOU

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Call 761-7554
921 S. DIVISION-Apt. 5
441

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CALL 665-0495
912 Oakland, Apt. 6

451

4-MAN CONVERTIBLE-
NOW AVAILABLE
Need a place to study on week days and party on week-
ends? We offer Michigan's first convertible apartment.
Wood panellea study off living room affords shelf and
desk space for booking yet. Can be converted into ex-
tended living room for entertaining. Balcony complete
with patio furniture and bar-b-que, grill, 2 bedrooms
with spacious closets, double vanity sinks in bathroom,
garbage disposal, air-conditioner, parking facilities.
DAHLMAN APTS.
326 E. MADISON, No. 15

MODERN
2-Bedroom Apt.
IDEAL FOR 2 or 3

Availbale Now for Summer Subletting
Several Choice Apartments...

air-conditioned
close to campus
reasonable rent
will sublet whole
OR consider 1
mate (male)
prefer grad

" One block from campus
* FREE air-conditioning
" Free parking
0 Fully furnished

" Garbage disposal
* Sun terrace

A special thanks
goes to all the fine people
who contributed their
efforts to our annual
Apartment Supplement.
Without their help
we would never have
met the deadline.
Ken Schultz,
Ass't. Mgr.
Anne Ginn
Sami Shad
Dianna Dann
Mary Rafferty
Mr. Mattson
Mr. Chatters
Edit Trainees
Andy Sacks
KEN KRAUS,
Promotions Mgr.

apt.
room-

"People of Distinction"
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The "anagement of the friendly
ROYAL DUTCIHI
715 CHURCH STREET
invites you to consider the convenience and comfort of an on-campus, air
modern apartment for the summer. Directly across from East Quad.
Drcp in to see our tenants or see the individual ads in this supplement
This ad paid for by\the manager in behalf of our tenants who we think are ni

Contact Resident Manager

NO 3-8866

307 PACKARD
Apt. 2
761-2512

or NO 3-5584
Or stop by 320 E. MADISON
MADISON TERRACE, No. 7

CALL: 665-4697

price negotiable

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