Frequently asked questions
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At this time we are complying with all local COVID regulations in the cities of our buildings.
- Mandatory masks in all common areas, hallways, laundry rooms, and stairwells
- Hand sanitizer stations at all entrances
- Social distancing in all common areas
We continue to monitor the local COVID guidelines and will update as the situations change.
Tell us more about yourself and what you’re looking for by filling out our application form, and one of our agents will get in touch with you shortly.
We prefer to rent our units out to students at a college or university within 20km of the building, since each unit has been designed and built to address the day-to-day realities of student life.
Our goal is to cater to students specifically, however it is not mandatory that you be a student in order to rent a unit at SEE-MORE, but rather preferred.
A guarantor or co-signer is the individual who will be responsible for paying your rent in the event that you are unable to.
This role is usually taken on by a parent or guardian, and it acts as a safety net to ensure that your rent is always covered since student life can be tumultuous, and stable, consistent income isn’t always guaranteed as a student.
Your guarantor or co-signer must be able to prove a minimum income of $40k/year. We may request a credit or background check be completed for the guarantor, and all guarantors will be called after signing to confirm their obligations and to receive information on the apartment.
Alternatively, students earning $40k/year themselves may proceed without a guarantor. If this is the case, we may request a credit check instead.
Yes, we have full time staff on site Monday through Friday, with Community Ambassadors and Security around on the weekends.
We also have a 24/7 phone line for emergencies and the General Manager is always on call for emergencies.
Tenant’s insurance covers your personal property inside of the apartment and also provides liability coverage for accidental damages or injuries to guests.
This is required for most rentals to ensure that your belongings are protected! It’s in your best interests to cover yourself in case there’s ever an emergency.
Community Ambassadors, or CAs as we call them, are our resident student staff that live in the building.
They help the Building Management Team coordinate events, communicate with their floors, and build a community in the building.
You can look for active job postings to see if we currently need CAs in your city.
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