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    Furnished Apartments in Gainesville, FL

    Furnished Apartments

    Whether you are new to the area or you're looking for an easier way to move across town, furnished apartments in Gainesville are a very attractive option for many people. Moving is already pretty rough on its own, especially if you have a lot of heavy furniture to haul. Imagine the ease and comfort of packing your personal belongings and showing up to a fully furnished apartment on moving day! It's that simple.

    The types of furnished Gainesville apartments can vary. Are you looking for a fully decked-out apartment, complete with a living room sofa and a kitchen table? Or are you just in need of bedroom furniture, which may consist of a bed and a desk? Luckily there are many options when it comes to renting a place that has already done the heavy lifting for you. Additionally, furnished options are available all over town - from apartments in South Gainesville to West Gainesville apartments. With a variety of floorplans and sizes to choose from, you'll be enjoying your new pad in no time.

    Furnished Apartments in Gainesville: Student-Centered Communities

    Furnished Gainesville apartments are a very popular choice among college students. Since Gainesville boasts a wide variety of student-centered communities, there is no shortage of furniture package options. Typically, a furnished apartment package may come included in the price of the rent, along with the utilities. These all-inclusive leases are a very attractive option for students who would only like to keep track of one bill each month. Since student communities are usually rented by-the-bed, this leaves those residents in a random roommate type situation responsible for only their portion of the lease.

    If you're new to the University of Florida or Santa Fe College, furnished apartments in Gainesville may be your best bet. It is great for students who are just starting out and who may not have any furniture to their name. If you don't know anyone in the area, many communities also offer roommate matching services to help you match with someone to help you split the cost. This will only help the cost of your fully furnished apartment go down and help you keep some extra money in your pockets.

    Furnished Apartments in Gainesville: Conventional Communities

    Furnished Gainesville apartments can also be found within more conventional communities, not just student-centered ones. Typically, a community may offer a furniture package, which may or may not be included in the price of the rent. If it is not included, then you will have to pay an additional furniture rental fee on top of your monthly rent. The best part is, you can furnish your apartment with pieces of furniture at a time. If you only need living room furniture but want to bring your bedroom set, let the office know and they will provide you package options that include only what you need.

    Not all apartments in Gainesville offer furnished options. So what do you do if you sign a traditional lease but have no furniture? Companies like CORT will rent you any type of furniture for your apartment. This is a very popular option for people who may not be relocating to the area full-time or for someone who isn't in the place financially to purchase a complete furniture set for the entire unit.

    Furniture can be expensive. Fortunately many of Gainesville's communities offer rooms or full apartments that are already furnished. Not to mentioned not having to move in (and out) all your stuff is also a huge bonus. If you aren't ready to take on the expense or task of furnishing your next place, browse through our list of apartments that already have that done for you.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What does my furnished apartment near UF include?

    Furnished apartments near UF will typically include a full or queen size bed, night stand, dresser, desk and office chair in your bedroom. Kitchen areas typically include a small dining set or stools for the breakfast bar. Living rooms will likely have a couch and matching chair or love seat, end tables and a coffee table. You can also expect the convenience of an included full-size washer and dryer in the common area and HD TV! Furniture packages may vary at each community so be sure to ask the leasing team for a list of what's included.

    What should I bring to my furnished UF apartment?

    The furniture you would expect to require is already typically included. It's the smaller items that help you organize and decorate your space that you should plan to bring. Think small bookshelves, bins, shoe and clothing organizers, and other useful tools to keep your space neat and tidy. You'll also want to bring kitchen items and household cleaners. Once you get the necessities packed up, don't forget to bring photos, decor and accent pieces to showcase your personal style and make the space your own.

    Is my furnished UF apartment all-inclusive?

    There is a good chance! Most apartments that are geared towards students near UF want to make your transition as easy as possible. This is why you will typically find that furnished apartments are also all-inclusive. This means that utilities like electric, water, and cable will be included in your monthly rent.

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