Looking for a New Apartment?

Shawn Zhu

Shawn Zhu

Thu Jun 09 2022 1 min read

Are you moving to St. Louis for a job? Or maybe you’re transferring to a different university? Well, no matter the reason, finding a place to settle in a new city will always be your top priority. However, finding housing in a new city can be daunting, especially if you’re limited by a small time window and don’t fully understand the city. But EDUrain can help you with that! With our database of over 700 properties, you can quickly search for properties in the St. Louis area based on price, size, and distance from your workplace/university. 

Once you find a property you like, a contact information page will drop down with the listing agent’s phone number. At this point, you can call the agent directly to schedule a tour or ask for more information. If you’re uncomfortable with the leasing process, however, we’re ready to help. We know that the leasing process can be a daunting one; after all, that’s why we built EDUrain! Simply email us at shengyun@edurain.org, along with your desired property, and we can help connect you with the landlord. 

We also know that safety is a key concern for new residents to the city, and you’re definitely gonna want to protect all the belongings you’re bringing to your new home. That’s why we’ve partnered with Lemonade to provide you with renter’s insurance at as low as $5/month. You can get a free quote today by clicking the link here, or the link on our home page! 

At the end of the day, we’re always here to help! Reach out with any questions, concerns, or recommendations, and we wish you the best of luck in your search for a new home! 

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