Millennium Apartments
9505 Blackwood Circle, Fort Myers, FL 33967

Five Important Questions to Ask about Parking at Your Apartment

Five Important Questions to Ask about Parking at Your Apartment

Five Important Questions to Ask about Parking at Your Apartment

Before you sign any leases, you should always be sure that you fully understand the parking situation at your new apartment.  Because many apartment buildings and complexes are located within close proximity to cities, attractions, and businesses, there may be limited parking spots available, and you will want to know the restrictions before you get there on moving day.  At many apartments in Ft Myers, FL, you will find ample parking, but this isn't true for everywhere.  There are a few questions you'll want to ask about parking before you rent an apartment.

What kind of parking do you offer?

Depending on the location of the apartment building, parking situations will vary.  There may be a parking garage near or even under the building, which is common for city apartments.  If you are looking at a garden-style apartment complex, there may be a parking lot right on site.  This will give you the chance to park right outside your unit.  

How many spaces will I get?

Whenever you are looking for an apartment, you will also want to consider the amount of parking spaces that are allocated for each unit.  If you are moving into your unit with your family, you may want to reserve more spaces so that you have room for all your vehicles.  Also, you'll want to inquire about guest parking spaces.  Many apartment buildings will also have arrangements for your guests as well, which makes it easier for you to host.

How is your parking managed?

Your apartment may be managed by a parking valet or parking lot attendant, and you will want to know about any of these situations before you plan to move.  Do you need to have a designated parking spot?  Do you require a sticker or badge?  If your apartment parking lot or garage is bordered with a gate, you may also require a keypad or proof of residence.  You'll want to ask about these arrangements before you choose your place.

How much will parking cost?

If your apartment complex doesn't offer on-site parking, or has limited parking options, you may want to know about any costs associated with street parking or special parking spots before you sign the lease.  These are some of the costs you'll want to factor into your monthly budget, along with cable, internet, and utilities.

Is the parking area well-lit after dark?

The time will come when you are walking through the parking area at night, and you'll want to make sure that you are safe.  Ask about the safety protocols that are in place surrounding the parking areas, and take notice of the lights in the area when you are doing a tour of the grounds.  This will help you rest-assured that you are safe and have visibility in the dark.

These are a few important questions you'll want to ask about parking before you rent an apartment.  When you arrive at your apartments in Ft Myers, FL on moving day, you will want to know where you and your guests are permitted to park.  This will make everything much smoother and less stressful.  Contact us to hear about our ample parking and schedule a tour of our apartments today.