The three most important things in college:
1. Having Fun.
2. Where you live.
3. Your education.
To the parents reading this…just kidding! Education always comes first. ? Yet, it is crucial to have a safe, stable, and comfortable environment to live in. If you’re reading this you’re most likely a current or future college student looking for a home. Listed below are a variety of great college neighborhoods that are fairly close to LSU’s campus.
Lake Beau Pre
Average Sales Price of Homes: $280,000
There are loan program options for loans that offer as low as a 5% down payment. With 5% down, the estimated monthly payment is $2,000. With 25% down, your monthly mortgage payment would be estimated at $1,800 (These prices pertain to certain loan programs).
Average Rent Prices of Homes: $2,100-$2,300
- On average, an LSU student will spend about $36,000-$45,000 on rent alone.
- Renting is a loss, buying is an investment
- Take time and learn the benefits of buying a house with the information in the link below.
Why live in a house instead of an apartment?
- More private and prone to safety
- Yard space
- No pet fees (depending on an owner’s preference)
Although freshmen (who do not live within the 50-mile radius of campus) are required to live on campus their first year, considering these neighborhoods ahead of time will relieve the stress of finding places in the future.
Feel free to contact The Fields Group, Bobby Lauricella, or John Michael Moore with any other questions or concerns.
Welcome to college and GEAUX TIGERS!
Written by Abigail Strohmeyer