We do little things that make a big difference
Most Properties Less Than 7 Minutes Walk from The University
Financial Aid is Accepted
All BILLS PAID Including Water, Electricity, and Wifi
No Guarantors Requested
No Meal Plan, Full Kitchen
We offer student housing with all year-long lease. Our properties are within walking distance to your university with affordable pricing. There are no hidden fees, all utilities paid and free WiFi.
There is no meal plan to purchase or parking to worry about. We accept your financial aid award just like the universities so there are no out of pocket costs.Read more about student housing
We already have gained a reputation in Houston, which makes us a distinguished student housing service provider in the area. We have been working with many renowned universities, colleges, and other academic institutes including Texas Southern University, University of Houston Downton, University of ST. Thomas Houston, Rice University, Houston Community College, etc.
We are committed to providing you with the feeling of “feel at home” in our properties.Visit our properties.
I could secure my housing remotely; view the apartment, submit lease application, pay the deposit, and sign the lease agreement, all were done online, move-in day was a breeze.
Distinguished Professor of Law,
TSU President (1995-1999)
Close proximity to campus makes it almost living in university housing for the students. In regards to how clean, spacious and private they are, always exceed expectation.
For A Place To Live was one the best decisions I made for housing. Rent is affordable for students especially my one bedroom which is awesome. I love how Jamil and his staff are dedicated to keep smiles on our faces.
“I particularly like the communication between housing staff and myself; if I am ever unable to reach my daughter on phone, they will locate her for me right away”
FOR A PLACE TO LIVE do business per the federal Fair Housing Laws. The law makes illegal any discrimination in the sale, lease, or rental of housing, or making housing otherwise unavailable, because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.