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Benefits of Living in Downtown Erie

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1.Affordable Rent

When moving into a home price come to mind first for a lot of people. Usually size and quality play a huge role in the price of where you live. Erie gives you the best of both worlds. The apartments and houses downtown allows for a large space that’s high quality to be affordable. The majority of apartments for rent in Erie, PA are around $500 per month and anywhere outside of downtown is going make your wallet running for the hills.

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2. No traffic

Traffic in a big city can be of concern. With Erie every thing is at your finger tips. There is an opportunity around every corner in the downtown area. Gannon University, Hamot , Erie Insurance, LECOM and Saint Vincent are just some of the major companies in the downtown area that will allow you beat the traffic an intern will save you money on gas

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3. The Center of Attention

One of the good things about moving into downtown Erie is that there is always something to do during the day. From Erie Insurance Ice arena to UPMC Park stadium or from Warner theater to the Bayfront conventional center there will never be a dull moment in this active city.

4.Night Life

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If you are a night owl or you just want have a night out on the town State street is packed with a variety of different bars, comedy clubs, and theaters. Also there is a large range of cuisine between State, Peach and 12th. You name it they’ve got it!

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5. A Community You Can Call Home

Downtown Erie is close to three college campuses Gannon University, Penn State Behrend and Mercyhurst University making it a presentable environment that creates an atmosphere for friendship. Walking out your door in the morning greeted with several hellos and a couple how do you dos give you a great way to start your day while making some friends along the way.

Apartments for rent in Erie, PA with everything you want for a reasonable cost and in the location you need is hard to come by. Bauer Property Management can reach all of those wants and needs at the click of a button. Visit our website at www.bpmhousing.com for more information on how we can fill your student housing or residential needs here at BPM Housing.

Benefits of Living Off-Campus

You should live off campus while you’re an undergrad in college.

Whether you’re transferring to a college or a returning junior, one of the big decisions we usually have to make at some point in our college career is whether to live on or off campus. While it seems that underclassmen tend to stay on campus and upperclassmen may be more inclined to get off, it’s undoubtedly an important decision.

There are incredible upsides to each–but from my experiences, here are the top four reasons to live off campus:

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1. Price 

In average the on-campus housing cost per year is $9,000 (Gannon University 2017). The average room off campus will cost you $425 per month which will make it $5,700 per year. With calculation, you will save  $3,330+ just for moving out. Plus you will get your own room and parking which also will save you extra $600.

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2. Freedom

When living off campus, you’ll never have to be supervised by the infamous RAs or cater to a random roommate. You will pick your own squad for the year. Whatever you do in your house is your business.

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3. Privacy

Off-campus housing will provide you with your own room. No worries about your suitemate long nights or his/her friends. Living off campus can truly be liberating! There is basically no one to tell you how you can act or what time you should be at home! Party on Friday night or need quiet space to study for the upcoming test? Your house your rules. 

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4. Adult life experiences

Living off campus provides students with the opportunity to become an adult. 

Off-campus students have much more responsibilities than most on-campus students; besides the work they have for school, off-campus students are usually responsible for paying their monthly rent, cooking, cleaning, and taking care of other financial matters regarding their living space.

This truly gives students a chance to be welcomed into the real world. With this new experience, they will be prepared to rely on no one but themselves.

With the new program at BPM, paying your rent on time will help you to build your credit score, which you will need in the near future. It will also provide you with a positive reference for your tenant history so you can relocate and easily find the place. 

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5.Health

The quality of college dining hall food is usually terrible no matter what school you go to. Nothing will ever compare to a home-cooked meal. If you choose to live off-campus, you never have to eat in the dining hall again! You never have to worry about disliking what’s being served because you make your own menu.

When you live off-campus, you can cook healthy and affordable meals. Alternatively, if you decide you want to splurge and bake a whole tray of chocolate chip cookies for yourself, you can do that too. The options are endless when you have your own kitchen.