Lang Development Group

Lang Development Group

Lang Development Group
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The Ins and Outs of Student Rentals

Why are students choosing to live off-campus?
Off-campus student rentals are very popular. In 2016 it was reported that 87% of students did not live on campus they opted for off campus housing options. 

There are different reasons students choose off-campus apartments instead of living on campus. Off-campus housing may be the ideal option for you. Learning more about student rentals and the benefits it has to offer can help you make the right choices for your living arrangements.

Why Do Students Prefer Off-Campus Housing?

Student rentals are popular for a wide range of reasons. Here are some of the top benefits that students cite for why they recommend it:
  • You get more bang for your buck! Dorm living is not quite as affordable as one would think. It can be expensive. It can cost less to live off-campus and you get far more space.
  • Enjoying some private time. It can be nearly impossible to be alone in the dorms. Showering and eating are often communal activities. It can be stressful always having to be around other people.
  • Less rules to contend with. Dorm life is full of rules. Off-campus apartments have some rules but largely what you do in your apartment is your business.
  • Freedom to cook what you want. You will not have to live on-campus food and take out if you have your own apartment. You can keep food in your refrigerator and cook what you want when you want.
  • Many off-campus student rentals will allow pets! That is a big one for a lot of people that are pet owners and cannot bear to live apart from their pets.
  • Really adulting. Moving from home to on-campus housing is not taking on the responsibilities of being an adult. Moving from home into your apartment now that is adulting!
  • Amenities are also a big draw for students that are considering student rentals off campus.
Off-campus housing University of Delaware can provide you with a litany of benefits that can be hard if not impossible to find in on-campus housing situations. For many students, there is simply no better way to live than to secure a student rental off-campus.

Follow This One Tip To Find Great Housing
There is one thing to keep in mind when you are making your decision. Student rentals are very popular so you do want to get your application in quick. They are such hot commodities they get rented out fast!
Category: Real Estate Development, Residential and Commercial Real Estate
Lang Development Group (LDG) is a full-service, real estate acquisition, development, and property management company located in Newark, Delaware.

LDG offers residential apartment communities as well as commercial and retail space for lease. Our office is located at 100 Dean Drive, Newark, Delaware in an old renovated stable barn built in the 1880’s.

Today, Lang Development’s portfolio includes 25 various properties, comprising over 500,000 square feet of commercial space and over 300 residential units. We continue to focus on projects in the local Newark area and foresee growing our portfolio within the next 5 years. We have a number of long time employees within the organization that create a great deal of depth to the company and we pride ourselves on having a commitment to our community.

The company is involved in many local activities supporting the local Newark area and works with the University of Delaware, the Downtown Newark Partnership, the Delaware Restaurant Association, the New Castle County Chamber and the New Castle County board of realtors. LDG also supports many of the local youth programs and schools by donating time and funding for various activities.
"Awesome group of people, they do anything and everything to help their tenants. Living with them has been an absolute pleasure and I'm excited to continue to #LiveAtLang for the rest of my college career!"
- Corey G., Facebook