The Oxford Manor Apartments FAQ
A lease is a basic agreement between you and the owner of the community. The lease is legally binding and enforceable through the legal system. If you choose to move out before the end of the lease terms, you could still be responsible to pay the remainder of the lease agreement.
We offer individual leases and joint leases.
An individual lease is when you rent a bedroom and are responsible for that particular unit and are jointly liable for common areas.
A joint lease is when you rent the entire apartment which assume responsibility for the entire unit.
The lease guarantor in a rental agreement is someone who signs their name to the contract and agrees to pay if the tenant is not able to pay the rent or incurs charges. It is not a requirement however, if an approved guarantor is not provided then we will need a deposit.
If you do not provide an approved guarantor you will need to pay a deposit to reserve your apartment. The deposit varies by lease.
All the community amenities, cable, high speed internet, pest control, and emergency maintenance.
You are responsible for water and electricity.
Pets are allowed for joint leases only, and there is no breed restriction up to 80 lbs. The pet fee ranges from $250-$350, and pet rent ranges from $25-45. Both pet fee and pet rent are dependent upon the age and weight of your pet.
You can call the front office or put in a maintenance request on out community website.
Painting is allowed. We ask that you return the painted wall back to its original state before you move out. If not, then there will be a redecoration fee.
We do offer roommate matching. If you have a preferred roommate you can request to live with that person.
The official move-in day is August 12, 2017. Move-out day is July 30, 2017.
We do not allow lease termination however, we offer reassignments. A reassignment is having someone take over the leasing contract so that you are no longer legally obligated to fulfilling the lease agreement. (More details available in office)
We suggest that the roommates have a discussion of boundaries immediately after moving in, even if they have known them for a long time. This will help with establishing guidelines for living together. We ask that roommates attempt to talk about any issues within the household prior to contacting the leasing office. If they are unable to resolve, the leasing team may be able to assist with the outcome on a case-by-case basis.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 352-377-2777, or send us a message via our Contact page.