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33712, Tampa
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33712, Tampa

27th St S, St. Petersburg, 33712, United States
0 mi from City Center
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About the Property

Welcome to this student accommodation in Tampa, your home away from home. Nestled at 33712, St. Petersburg, they offer newly renovated 2-5-7-9 room floorplans with a modern touch and all basic necessities. The property is close to Stetson University, and University of South Florida St. Petersburg Campus, making it even more convenient and comfortable.

Features

All the rooms comes furnished with a modern touch. In your private bedroom, you will have a cozy bed, a spacious wardrobe, and a table. The bathrooms are not only clean but also fully equipped. And the shared kitchen is just amazing. Equipped with modern appliances it has an oven, stovetop, Fridge, and many more things to make cooking easier. To feel at home, eat with your homies at the dining table, and enjoy the movie marathons in the living area because it has sofa seating with unlimited high-speed wifi. Finally, release the stress of extra expenses because the rent includes all utility bills- Wi-Fi, Electricity, Waste Management, Heating, and water. In addition, say bye to the laundry issues, because the washer and dryer is at your service.

Location and What's Hot?

The University of South Florida St. Petersburg Campus, is 5 minutes away by a car, but you can take a bus to reach there in 19 minutes. Meanwhile, in just 9 minutes of car drive, you can reach the Stetson University. When you are in no mood of cooking, walk down to the street, in 9 minutes of walk you can fill your stomach with delicious sea foods at Krispy Krab. In 8 minutes of walk you can satisfy Pizza cravings at Hungry Howie's Pizza & Subs. Just a mile away,Taste of the Islands Restaurant is a must go place for those who wanna try Jamaican food. There are many great cuisine offering places in the nearby. In a short walk you can get all your groceries from the Midtown Supermarket. For evening walks, The Wildwood Park, just behind its Tennis Court, is a good place located 8 minutes of walk away.

Commute

In 3 minutes of walk you can catch a bus from the 18th Ave S + 26th St Bus Stop. Two more Bus Stops comes in a minutes walk. St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport is 12 miles away, which is not more than 17 minutes of drive.

What will you get

Bills Included

Electricity
Water
Heating
Waste Management
Wireless Internet

Common Amenities

Backyard
Patio or Porch
Upgraded appliances
Dining area
Washer & Dryer
Wi-Fi

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is these PMG?


These PMG is the best and most affordable way to find a place to live! For one low weekly price, Members get a private room with furniture, utilities, internet and laundry usage. There’s no minimum credit score needed to apply, and Members don’t have to sign long-term leases. They make it easy to find an affordable place to live without breaking the bank.

What are the benefits of living in a PMG?


Living in a PMG is different from traditional rentals. Members only pay one bill every week(or sometimes every two weeks), and it covers a private furnished room, all utilities, and free credit reporting. To be approved, you don’t need a minimum credit score, and you won’t have to pay a big security deposit. PMG reports Membership payments to help their Members build their credit histories and improve their credit scores. Through their partnership withEsusu, 95% of PMG Members have seen an improvement in their credit score. On average, Members save $420 a month while living in a PMG, allowing Members to purchase a car, and pay off their credit cards.

How much can I save?


PMG Members can save hundreds of dollars compared with traditional rentals. When you live in a PMG, you pay one bill every week(or sometimes every two weeks) which covers your rent, utilities, and free perks like credit reporting and telehealth services. Not only are you saving money, but you’re building your credit history with each on-time payment.

What is the application process?


Applying to become a PMG Member is easy! They require an application fee and the information needed to run your background check and verify your weekly income. You will need to meet theirApproval Criteriain order to be granted Membership. Once you’re approved, you can browse and book an available room on the website.

What's the minimum credit score to live in a PMG?


Great news! There is no minimum credit score required to live in a PMG. When you apply to become a Member, They may review your credit history. However, your credit history is not a factor in the approval process. In fact, They report all on-time payments through their partnership withEsusu, and 95% of Members see an increase in their credit score.

What are the approval criteria for Membership?


They’re looking for kind, independent, responsible and respectful Members who are open to living in a shared community. Members must be at least 18 years old and pass a background check. They require Members to show proof of income or provide Membership dues up front. Finally, They require every Member to agree to their Member Agreement, which helps promote a positive and safe co-living experience.

Can I live in a PMG if I've had an eviction?


Applicants who have one eviction on their record in the last 7 years can be approved, but applicants with more than one eviction will be rejected.

What are PMG's income requirements?


Your income will be verified as part of PMG'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 a PMG if I'm self-employed or currently unemployed?


Yes, you can still apply and be accepted to PMG! 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, PMG has a limited availability of rooms with private bathrooms, and they are booked quickly.

Will I have to sign a lease to live in a PMG?


PMG 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 $35. PMG 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.

Are PMGs handicap accessible?


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

How much will it cost to move in?


PMG 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 PMG 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 PMG 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 PMG 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, PMG homes are shared by approved Members. All Members must pass a background check before moving into a PMG.

Who cleans the home?


In most PMGs, 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?
Kitchen:
  • 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.
Bathroom:
  • 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.
Trash:
  • 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 PMG 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 PMG 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 who have resided in the room for  90 or more days costs  may not increase a Member's room rate more than once in 6 months costs  must give 30 days' notice of any room rate increase
  • 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 PMG 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, PMG requires a credit or debit card on file for your weekly dues. Prepaid cards will not be accepted.
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Student Accomodations in Tampa

Tampa Student Housing

Tampa, Florida, located near Tampa Bay, boasts stunning beaches and a rich cultural heritage. Also, with Florida being a student hotspot, finding student housing may appear daunting for students moving to the city for the first time. Don't worry; amber has your back! We provide affordable student housing in Tampa with all the amenities a student would need right next to renowned universities such as Barry University, Florida International University, University of Miami, etc. Student housing in Tampa includes a wide range of non-ensuites, ensuites, studios, shared apartments, and a wide range of comfortable, luxurious, and affordable student houses & apartments. Students searching for short-term leases can also find student housing in Tampa.

Living close to campus allows students to easily attend classes, participate in extracurricular activities, and access campus resources without relying on expensive car ownership. Some of the best Tampa student housing options provide the ultimate student living experience, and the popular ones are 33542, 33610, Station 42, and 33712.

About Tampa

Tampa is a vibrant city in the U.S. state of Florida on the Gulf Coast. The north shore of Tampa Bay and the east shore of Old Tampa Bay form the city's boundaries. According to the 2020 census, Tampa is the largest city in the Tampa Bay area, with a population of 384,959. After Jacksonville and Miami, it is the third most populous city in Florida and the 52nd most populous city in the United States. With the creation of Fort Brooke in the nineteenth century, Tampa served as a military centre. Following the Civil War, Tampa was formally reincorporated as a city in 1887. Tourism, health care, banking, insurance, technology, construction, and the maritime industry now lead the city's economy. You can visit the world-class museums like the Tampa Museum of Art and The Henry B. Plant Museum where you can experience artistic treasures, while captivating performances come alive. Historical landmarks whisper tales of the past, adding depth and character to the city's fabric. There are many parks in the city, like McKay Bay Nature Park, New Tampa Nature Park, and Lettuce Lake Park. Tampa's academic excellence is famous globally for its class studies and job opportunities; from science to engineering to the arts, fashion to psychology, there is an opportunity for everyone in Tampa.

Best Student Housing In Tampa

With a large number of students enrolling in different Universities in the city, finding suitable student housing in Tampa becomes a daunting task. Tampa is home to some of the finest universities. Amber is here to make your hunt for Tampa student housing easy and hassle-free. With its quick booking method, you can choose from a wide range of student housing in Tampa, also from studios to ensuites and apartments. Amber provides an easy and seamless experience to the students so that they can book the housing of their choice.

Tampa student housing provides you with a range of options to choose and pick from. Most of the student apartments in Tampa are fully loaded with the facilities and amenities that one would require for a healthy and happy stay. The student housing in Tampa is also located in a student-friendly neighbourhood during the university years to embrace the ultimate experience for student living Tampa. Some of the options are mentioned below:

1. 33610, Tampa

2. 33542, Tampa

3. 33712, Tampa

4. Station 42, Tampa

Cost of Living in Tampa

The cost of living in Tampa is lower than in other Florida cities. To keep their budgets in check, students must carefully plan their spending and manage their finances. A monthly budget of $800-$1500 is recommended for student housing in Tampa, which includes all living and other personal expenses. While booking comfortable student housing Tampa FL, you should consider your lifestyle expenses, too. Below is the estimated cost of living to keep in mind:

1. Food: $50-$80/week

2. Gas and electricity: $170-$200/month

3. Internet & mobile phone: $185-$250/month

4. Clothing: $150-$200/month

5. Transport: $80-$100/week

Student Travel Tampa

Travelling is one of the most important daily activities for a student living in Tampa. Furthermore, the best Tampa student housing options are located near the bus stops, ensuring hassle-free commuting. It could be anywhere from their student housing to their university or elsewhere. Students can always use public transportation, which generally offers student discounts.

1. Bus

The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) operates the bus service in Tampa. The Marion Transit Center in Downtown Tampa is its principal hub, serving approximately 30 local and express lines. HART also operates the MetroRapid, a rapid-transit bus system that connects downtown to the University of South Florida. They also provide a 25% discount to students with valid ID cards.

2. Trams

The TECO Line Streetcar connects Ybor City, the Channel District, the Tampa Convention Center, and downtown Tampa via eleven stations along a 2.7-mile length. As the trams are also under HART, students can get a 25% discount.

3. Vans

HART also offers van services such as HARTFlex and HARTPlus. HARTPlus is a van service for individuals with disabilities, whereas HARTFlex is a door-to-door service in the South County area. Reservations are required for the van service, while a walk-up service is also available. Students with valid ID cards can ride for free in these van services.

4. Cycling

The City of Tampa was declared a Bicycle Friendly Community in 2016. Bicycling Magazine named it one of the Top 50 Best Biking Cities. There are multiple bike lanes, bike trails, bike racks, and shower/locker facilities throughout Tampa's downtown area.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Tampa

Tampa is a distinct and lively city with a population of about 390,000 in the city. Students can find a connection to the city's energy along with its natural beauty and various cultural attractions. With a mix of city and beachside, Tampa's developing downtown offers a lively social scene. The city is alive with hip clubs, inventive food options, regular festivals, concerts, events, and urban parks, including the beautiful Tampa Riverwalk. With vibrant nightlife, a dynamic cultural scene, and numerous outdoor recreation opportunities, the city has everything you need for an unforgettable student experience.

There is plenty to do in Tampa, from exploring its natural animal parks to visiting its numerous museums and theme parks to having exquisite shopping experiences in its affluent shopping districts. There are ten theme parks. Busch Gardens, a theme park, features enough thrilling roller coaster rides, shows, and attractions to keep you entertained for an entire weekend. Oktoberfest Tampa is a three-day celebration held at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park. Live music, loads of singing and dancing, cute clothes, delicious Bavarian food, and German beer are all on the menu. In addition, you can compete in the yearly Oktoberfest Tampa Games. There are numerous well-known restaurants and cafes in Tampa, including Ulele, On Swann, La Segunda Central Bakery, La Terrazza Restaurant, Datz, Cafe Hey, Caffeine Roasters, Buddy Brew Coffee, and many others for students to unwind at after a long day.

Tampa Tourist Attractions

Tampa is gifted with spectacular attractions; hence, student living Tampa reaches a whole new level. Students can visit these locations to relax and take a break from their studies. Carrying their respective university-issued student ID cards means that students can explore these attractions at a lesser cost.

1. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

2. The Florida Aquarium

3. ZooTampa at Lowry Park

4. Tampa Bay History Center

5. Adventure Island

6. Dinosaur World

Universities in Tampa

Tampa is home to several of Florida's premier universities, including:

1. Barry University, Miami

2. Florida International University, Miami

3. Miami Dade College

4. University of Miami, Miami

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