Room in a 8 Bedroom Apartment, 6402 Lou Ct, Jacksonville, 32216 (3854)

Lou Ct, Jacksonville, 32216, United States
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6.5 mi from City Center
6.5 mi from City Center( 2h 27m. 48m. 12m)
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city center | 5.0 mi
Jacksonville University | 5.0 mi
University of North Florida | 5.4 mi
University of Florida | 63.1 mi
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About the Property

32216 is an excellent student accommodation in Jacksonville that offers various room types for students to choose from. The property is located within a short drive from the University of North Florida and Jacksonville University.


Every room comes with comfortable beds, side tables, windows and more! Cook wholesome meals in the well-equipped kitchens and unwind with flatmates in the patio or porch. Use free high-speed wifi to work seamlessly and wash and dry with the help of washer & dryer. The building also has smoke detectors and outdoor security cameras. Moreover, your water, electricity, waste management, wireless internet, and heating bills are all included in the rent.

Location and What's Hot?

The building is surrounded by a number of shops, pubs and restaurants. Get yummy sandwiches at The Sheik Sandwiches and Subs and buy groceries from Maihan Halal Market. Have coffee with friends at Balkan Cafe and buy everything you need from Rowe's IGA Supermarket. Grab a bite with friends at Whataburger and have a great time at El Rinconcito de Lima.


The property is located within a short distance from major bus stops and transit stations. Beach Blvd. & Foster Dr. bus stop is within a short walk. To travel far away, you can reach FECR train station within a 9-minute drive.

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Waste Management
Wireless Internet
Common Amenities
Cleaning Caddy
Kitchen Shelves
Tile Floors
Granite Kitchen
Stainless Steel Fridge

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the property's income requirements?

Your income will be verified as part of the property's application process. Applicants may choose to have their income verified in one of two ways:

  • By connecting their bank account through their vendor, Plaid. Plaid will automatically check your account for recurring income streams.
  • By uploading supporting documents such as pay stubs, bank statements, deposit statements or award letters.

When you pass their Membership criteria and your income is verified, you will be approved for a weekly room rate.
You can still qualify for Membership if you are on unemployment or between jobs, but you will need to pay more Membership dues upfront.

Can I live in this property if I'm self-employed or currently unemployed?

Yes, you can still apply and be accepted to this property! Submitting documentation for acceptance is easy and outlined.

Can I see a room before I move in?

Because they value the privacy of their Members, you are not allowed to tour the physical home before your move-in date. That’s why they have 3D tours of almost every property; you can get a tour without having to go anywhere! Once you are approved as a Member, you can view cross-streets for specific homes and see nearby attractions such as public transit, grocery stores, and gas stations. Additionally, they provide one free transfer within 14 days of your commitment period if your initial home isn’t a great fit.

Are there rooms with private bathrooms?

Yes! You can filter by bathroom type on the property search page. Bathroom type is also listed in the room description as either shared or private. Please note, this property has a limited availability of rooms with private bathrooms, and they are booked quickly.

Will I have to sign a lease to live in this property?

This property requires a minimum stay of at least 31 days. Your commitment could be between 31-36 days based on your booking selection. You can pay weekly or bi-weekly and choose the day you pay your dues. If you break the minimum commitment of at least 31 days, you will be charged $175. The property offers one free transfer within 14 days of your initial commitment period. After the initial commitment period, you will be automatically moved to a Week-to-week commitment. They require a credit or debit card on file.

Is this property handicap accessible?

The property is committed to adhering to the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA"). While most properties are not currently handicap accessible, The property will pass any requests for structural accommodations filed under the ADA to Hosts. In addition, the property will consider requests that are consistent with the guidance under the ADA for booking assistance, service dogs and other non-structural accommodations.

How much will it cost to move in?

The property aims to make booking easy, transparent and affordable. There are three payments that are required in order to book a room:

  • Membership Application Fee: The Membership application fee covers the cost of your background check and employment verification. This fee varies based on current promotions. Please note, this fee is non-refundable.
  • Move-In Fee: The move-in fee covers the cost of cleaning and getting your room ready for move-in. The move-in fee varies per room but averages $100.
  • Membership Dues: Members with documented income (W-2, 1099, self-employed, SSI) will have to pay up to 2 weeks and prorated Membership dues before move-in. Members on unemployment or between jobs must pay a larger portion of dues upfront.

What utilities and amenities are provided?

Your weekly payment covers utilities like electricity, water, heating, and waste management, and wireless internet at no cost to you. All the property homes come equipped with wireless internet at no extra cost to you. At many homes, there is free on-site parking available. As a Member, you’ll also have access to free 24/7 telemedicine services and credit reporting.

Is parking available?

Most property homes come with a variety of places to park, including a driveway, a carport or street spots. Please note that there are no assigned parking spots. Occasionally, a Host may restrict vehicles if the maximum number of vehicles at a property is reached. If a property is restricting vehicles, it will be visible in a room's listing before booking. If the room you book allows you to bring a vehicle, you are only allowed to bring one vehicle and you must follow their parking rules. Violations are subject to their Three Keys Policy and/or towing.

Will I have roommates?

Yes. To keep your housing affordable, this property homes are shared by approved Members. All Members must pass a background check before moving into this property.

Who cleans the home?

In most properties, the Members of the home are responsible for cleaning and purchasing cleaning supplies. Talk to your housemates about a cleaning schedule and how best to share this responsibility and cost. What does a clean home mean?

  • The sink is always empty and the stove is always spotless.
  • Every time you use a dish, pan or utensil, clean it, dry it and put it away. Want to soak something? Heat it up and clean it instead.
  • Clean up any splatters on the stove immediately. Put away pots and pans that aren’t in use.


  • Shared bathrooms must be kept clean at all times.
  • No foreign objects may be thrown in the toilets or sinks at any time. This includes, but is not limited to, feminine products, wet wipes, packaging, dental floss and hair. Fixing clogged toilets and sinks can run to several hundred dollars and these costs will be passed through directly to members.


  • All trash must be thrown in the proper receptacle. Please take out trash before the receptacle gets too full.
  • All trash must be placed in the proper outside trash bin. Outside trash bins need to be pulled to the curb on trash day and pulled back to the home after pickup.

When do I pay my rent?

One of the perks of the property is that you can choose to pay rent weekly or every two weeks. You can select the day of the week that works best for you, and many Members choose their payday! Your payment schedule is selected during the booking process. You can change your payment schedule by calling Member Support, though some rules will apply.

Will my weekly rate ever increase?

Both the property and their Hosts are committed to providing affordable housing for Members, however sometimes rate increases are necessary for a Host to continue operations. Hosts must adhere to the following set of rules when raising room rates:

  • Hosts may only raise the room rate for Members that have resided in the room for 90 or more days
  • Hosts may not increase a Member's room rate more than once in 6 months
  • Hosts must give 30 days notice of any room rate increase
  • Hosts may not increase the room rate by more than $10 in each of these periods

How do I pay my rent?

To make a payment, log into your Member Dashboard and click on the "Finances" tab. Click the "Pay Now" button and fill in your payment information. Click the "Submit Payment" button to finish. You can also pay your dues through the Property Member app. They recommend turning on autopay so you never miss a payment. If you signed a member agreement that includes a minimum commitment of at least 31 days, The property requires a credit or debit card on file for your weekly dues. Prepaid cards will not be accepted.

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About Jacksonville

Located in the beautiful beach state of Florida, Jacksonville is one of the most picturesque cities in the United States of America. The city is the most populous city in the state and the largest city in Southeastern USA. In addition, Jacksonville is also the largest city in areas outside of Texas. Jacksonville is a hotspot of multicultural activities, consisting of some of the most student-friendly neighborhoods and stunning views within, making it prime for you to live in student apartments in Jacksonville FL. Student housing in Jacksonville FL is perfect for those who wish to live in a city consisting of all the amenities and features to make it as fun for them as possible despite living in a big city while not letting it feel like a big city with its sense of community.

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With its stunning beaches, warm weather, and many things to do, it's no wonder that many people are considering moving to student apartments in Jacksonville FL, their home. However, before making the move, it's important to have a clear understanding of the cost of living in Florida. From housing to groceries, transportation to healthcare, various factors contribute to the overall expenses. Here are some of the basic expenses you can expect:

1. Transportation: $50 to $150 per month

2. Groceries:  $300 to $400 per month

3. Utilities: $150 to $250 per month

4. Healthcare: $300 and $500 per month

5. Eating out: $50 to $80 per month

6. Entertainment: $50 to $100 per person

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1. Bus:

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2. Train

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8. Beaches Town Center

9. Fort Caroline National Memorial

10. EverBank Stadium

Universities in Jacksonville

Some of the best universities near some of the best student housing in Jacksonville are:

1. Jacksonville University Downtown

2. Edward Waters University

3. Strayer University

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