As I prepare myself to move out of my house in Binghamton, I have no choice but to start to look for housing for the next phase of myself. As fun as this may sound to some I am completely dreading it. Unlike college, I do not have the option of living on campus for a year or two until I make friends to move off with. I have only visited the school once am more than a bit nervous about finding the right place for me to live for the next year or possibly all three years.
Thankfully the school's website has several listings of apartments based on the criteria that I want. If only I knew what that was. I love living with other people but at the same time I really enjoy having my won space. Taking into consideration the pressures of law school I have decided that I want my own apartment but in a building that houses other law students. That is about all the criteria I have besides wireless internet. Oh and a washer and dryer would be nice as well.
Looking at the listings there are several in the same buildings all under different realtors. I have no idea where to begin or what differentiates the apartments and the prices. If they are all in the same building I doubt they vary greatly in size but who knows. I think I want something a bit bigger than a studio so I can have a separate living and sleeping as well as studying space.
Anyone have any suggestions of what I should be looking for in an apartment? or any advice for surviving law school?
either one would be greatly appreciated!
stay lazy y'all especially to all of you students out there who are ending the semester!