Where you live can have a huge effect on your well-being and success as a student. That's why at The Annex of Kokomo, we strive to provide the best living experience in Kokomo. From roommate matching to pet policies, we know you'll love living in Kokomo's newest student housing community.
The application fees are due once you complete your application. Your application cannot be processed until these fees are received. The move-in and security deposit can be paid after your housing contract is signed. The first month’s installment payment is due on the day you move in, but can also be paid prior to moving in. After the first month, installment payments will be due on the first of the month.
Yes, as long as management, all residents of the apartment and their guarantors all agree. You will be expected to rent out an entire unit. For example, you cannot rent out only one room of a 2-bedroom unit.
You will be matched with up to 3 people to choose from as your roommate. If none of those are acceptable, you will be randomly placed with a roommate. Per housing contract agreement we are unable to transfer students to different units due to roommate conflict.
We have steel frame doors and deadbolts as well as door viewers on every apartment door. Each apartment is equipped with a sprinkler system and several smoke detectors. We will also have a fully equipped alarm system in our clubhouse.
Yes, you can after the first month you move in. All of our residents are able to login to our resident portal where you will be able to view your account, submit a maintenance request, pay your installment payments and more.
You will be responsible for paying one of the two equal installments for installment payments as soon as you receive your student loans. Move in fees, application fees, and first month’s installment payment do not apply for the loan agreement.
Yes. Upon housing contract signing, you will need to speak with the property manager to let them know of your intent. Once you receive confirmation of your loans and scholarships, the property manager will need a copy of applied loans and you will be responsible to sign a separate housing contract addendum of two equal installments.
You will receive an email from the screening company explaining that the guarantor did not pass the screening application. This email will include contact information for the company that can help answer your additional questions.
A guarantor is a co-signer that can pass a financial background check and an eviction history screening. This could be your parents, grandparents – someone close to you that you trust and has financial stability.