With so many student related off campus apartments for rent in Gainesville, it's sometimes hard to remember that people are searching for non-student housing. The easiest and fastest thing to do is to use our apartment search page. We made it easy for you. You'll notice that we started your search off by checking the "joint, entire unit" box under "lease style." We also checked the "No" box under "Roommate matching."
Here's the challenge… apartments in Gainesville, Fl (or anywhere else for that matter) cannot & do not discriminate amongst their renters. They can't advise you on whether you're "too old" or even "too young." So, generally you need to use your intuition during your apartment search. Hopefully this page will be a nice start. Think about things that UF students do or don't do. Then search for the exact opposite! The good news is that Swamp Rentals lets you search by over 300 criteria.
A word of advice for students looking to sign a joint-lease with roommates:Student communities are convenient for college kids because with an individual lease you only have to worry about your own rent. If your roommate decides to stop paying rent, you will not be affected or penalized. You can lease an apartment with friends and all of your names will be on the lease. Remember that if one roommate leaves, you will still be responsible for the full amount of rent divided between the remaining roommates . With that being said, be sure you can trust the people you sign a joint lease with.