118 West 18th Street
Ada, Oklahoma 74820
This is a 2 story with a loft style bedroom apartment for rent. The best feature of this apartment is that it sets by itself in a stand alone building. You get the benefits of living in an all bills paid apartment without sharing walls with your neighbors. There is a nice sized living room, dining area, and kitchen on the first floor. Halfway up the stairs there is a loft area that makes a great play room or bedroom for the kids. Upstairs there is a bedroom and bathroom. This apartment has covered parking for your vehicles. This all bills paid apartment includes your water, sewer, garbage, electricity, and natural gas. You are responsible for providing your own cable television and internet. This apartment is located in a quiet neighborhood in Ada, Oklahoma down the street from the Ada Junior High. There are several activity centers within two miles of this property. The main street shopping area of Ada is less than a mile from this property. This includes several shopping boutiques, banks, restaurants, and general shopping. This apartment always seems to rent fast because of its location and size. Call Kevin Johnson today at 580 399 0740 if you are interested in leasing this all bills paid apartment.
Call Kevin Johnson today at 580 399 0740 to see this apartment. Kevin can help you with any of your rental matters you might have. Download your rental application here or Kevin can bring you one when you meet.
Renting a new apartment is an exciting thing, but it can also be
overwhelming. As you make plans to move house, you’ll need to carefully
consider your own needs, as well as the needs of your partner, pets, or
family members if you have them.
Keeping your budget in mind, ask yourself the following questions:
Are Utilities Included? The price of water, sewer, electricity, and heat
can dramatically alter the price that you pay for housing. As you
consider apartments to rent, keep these prices in mind and be sure to
ask property managers about the average price of these utilities in your
area. If any of these utilities are included in the price of an
apartment, it may be wise to bump that particular rental to the top of
your list. Living in an apartment with reduced utilities may help you
save money for other living expenses, or for purchasing a home in the
What Type of Neighborhood is the Building In? Before you sign a lease,
it’s important that you take the neighborhood into account. Do you feel
safe living there? Will you feel safe allowing your children to walk
through the neighborhood on their way home from school? Take a look at
the surrounding neighborhood during the day and at night before you sign
the final papers to rent an apartment. Pay attention to how well
surrounding properties are maintained, the types of vehicles that are
parked in the area, and whether or not you see children playing on local
playgrounds. You might also consider asking individuals in area stores
or on the street how they feel about the area.
Is There Enough Light? Pay careful attention to how many windows and
doors your apartment has. Does it get natural light at all, or will you
need to bring in lamps? Are there overhead light fixtures in the living
spaces and bedrooms? In many modern apartments, there are no overhead
fixtures and tenants must instead use lamps. Carefully assess the
lighting in each apartment you’re considering and decide if it’s enough
for you and your family. If there isn’t enough light, make a plan for
what you’ll need to pack and how you’ll need to proceed.
What Floor is the Apartment On? Before you rent an apartment, you may
also want to consider the floor it is located on. If you’re young,
healthy, and have no small children, an apartment on the eighth floor
may be fine.
However, if you’re elderly, disabled, or are lugging a car seat while
carrying a toddler, you may want to spend some extra time to locate an
apartment that’s a little closer to the ground floor. Remember, you’re
going to be making this walk multiple times per day most days, so it’s
wise to carefully consider the number of stairs that you’re willing to
Ask yourself about these things before you rent an apartment, so that
you’re well prepared before you sign a lease. Once you sign, you’re
committed to the building for at least a year, so it’s important to
carefully weigh your options.