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    Four Bedroom Apartments Near UCF

    4 Bedroom Apartments Near UCFA four-bedroom apartment near UCF is the perfect option for a group of friends. Often, when you already know who you want your roommates to be, finding a floorplan that fits four people is the perfect option. Or, perhaps you and a friend know you'd like to live together but you're looking for another person or two to share an apartment with. Many UCF apartments offer roommate matching services to get you into a three or four-bedroom apartment with compatible roommates. These apartments feature all the best amenities like pools, proximity to public transportation, emergency maintenance and more so you can have more fun and less worry. Living with several roommates doesn't come without some considerations though. Follow four of our favorite tips for getting along with your roommates in your UCF apartment and you'll have more fun and less frustration.

    Four Tips for Getting Along in a 4 Bedroom with Your UCF Roommates

    Set Rules and Guidelines

    Ground rules for living in your four-bedroom UCF apartment will set everyone up for success. Discuss needs and desires of each roommate, any specific living requirements or preferences, and be prepared to compromise. Maybe one roommate has a super heavy course load one semester and needs some quiet space to study. Other roommates can agree to keep quiet hours on Sundays and take social time elsewhere.

    Share Schedules

    It's always helpful to know who is coming and going. While you may live together, you still lead separate lives with different class schedules at The University of Central Florida, work schedules, families, friends, and hobbies. Even a simple wall calendar can help keep roommates informed, or, you can get high tech and share a digital calendar!

    Share Responsibilities

    This is important for a successful roommate relationship. "You make the mess; you clean it up" should be a ground rule set above. Everyone should be responsible for keeping common areas neat and tidy. If maintenance calls are needed, rotate who may need to stay behind and handle communicating with staff or other workers. Don't let the burden of chores around the apartment fall to one or two people.

    Communicate

    Communication is key. Problems and concerns are never solved with silence. Agree from the get-go to have open and honest communication. Be willing to make time to talk calmly and productively. When solutions, compromises, and agreements are reached, be prepared to follow through.
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