Easily search apartment through our website! When you need more consultation, simply contact our leasing specialists and let them know your preferences: 1) budgets, 2) move-in date, 3) desired floor plan, 4) neighborhood, 5) if you will need parking, 6) if you are bringing a pet. Through this information, our leasing specialists will help you find the apartment that is a best fit for you!

When you are ready to tour, give our leasing specialists at least a 24-hour notice to make the appointment for you. If you are out of town, you will still be able to virtual tour your home! USeeHome's leasing specialists will tour the place on your behalf and 1) video chat with you, or 2) take videos and pictures for you!

If you like it, take it!
Never ever wait to apply your dream apartment!
During the application process, our leasing specialists will answer all your questions and make sure you submit the right information!

After your approval, building management will send out Welcome Letter to inform tenant to sign the contract on a timely manner.
Have questions?
Ask USeeHome!

There are a lot more to do before you officially move into your new home! Open your electricity account, internet account, paying 1st month of rent, buying renters insurance, reserve elevators...Our leasing specialists will be easily reached and help you answer all the concerns and questions!

Frequently Asked Questions

Apartments: Apartment units housed within a complex owned by a single entity, often a corporation, and then leased out to individual tenants. Apartment managers usually have a standard requirements when selecting new tenants, once you meet the requirements they will approve your application.

Condominium: Condo units are owned by individuals and usually then managed under the umbrella of that condo community’s homeowner association (HOA), often with the assistance of a property-management company. So when you rent a condo, the individual condo owner is your landlord. Individual landlords usually have more objective opinions when selecting their tenants.

Apartments usually give a 30-60 days notice to the current tenants. Once current tenatns submit their notice, building will release the available apartments to the market for rent. We recommend that once you know you are ready, start looking for an apartment 45 - 60 days before your desired move in date.

Most apartments in Chicago are not furnished, and furnished options will be quite expensive (e.g. $100/month for renting the furnitures).

Furnitures you might need for your new apartment:
 Couch, coffee table, desk, chairs, decorations
 Utensils, dishwares
 Bed, mattress, night stands
 Lightings

Copy of your government issued ID, SSN and proof of income are required.
Examples of goverment issued ID:PassportState IDDrivers LicenseEAD Cardsand more (asking management office for details)Examples of proof of income:Pay stubsBank statementTax returnI-20 (for international students)Scholarshipand more (asking management office for details)Leasing management and landlords usually require your annual salary will be 3 times the yearly rent (or your monthly pay will be 3 times the monthly rent).

1. In Chicago, our commission is paid by leasing management or landlords for connecting you with them. You as a renter does not have to pay anything extra.
2. Our commission will not affect your rent price, at all. Our leasing brokers and specialists have a thorough knowledge of the apartment buildings and know the apartment specials at the moment! Choosing our service will help you get a better deal and some promotions!
3. We save you times by making the appointment and taking you around.We are licensed illinois real estate brokers, and we know the rules and regulations!
4. We will make sure our clients are educated about application process and have all your questions answered!

Easily search apartment through our website! When you need more consultation, simply contact our leasing specialists and let them know your preferences: 1) budgets, 2) move-in date, 3) desired floor plan, 4) neighborhood, 5) if you will need parking, 6) if you are bringing a pet. Through this information, our leasing specialists will help you find the apartment that is a best fit for you!

When you are ready to tour, give our leasing specialists at least a 24-hour notice to make the appointment for you. If you are out of town, you will still be able to virtual tour your home! USeeHome's leasing specialists will tour the place on your behalf and 1) video chat with you, or 2) take videos and pictures for you!

If you like it, take it!
Never ever wait to apply your dream apartment!
During the application process, our leasing specialists will answer all your questions and make sure you submit the right information!

After your approval, building management will send out Welcome Letter to inform tenant to sign the contract on a timely manner.
Have questions?
Ask USeeHome!

There are a lot more to do before you officially move into your new home! Open your electricity account, internet account, paying 1st month of rent, buying renters insurance, reserve elevators...Our leasing specialists will be easily reached and help you answer all the concerns and questions!

Frequently Asked Questions

Apartments: Apartment units housed within a complex owned by a single entity, often a corporation, and then leased out to individual tenants. Apartment managers usually have a standard requirements when selecting new tenants, once you meet the requirements they will approve your application.

Condominium: Condo units are owned by individuals and usually then managed under the umbrella of that condo community’s homeowner association (HOA), often with the assistance of a property-management company. So when you rent a condo, the individual condo owner is your landlord. Individual landlords usually have more objective opinions when selecting their tenants.

Apartments usually give a 30-60 days notice to the current tenants. Once current tenatns submit their notice, building will release the available apartments to the market for rent. We recommend that once you know you are ready, start looking for an apartment 45 - 60 days before your desired move in date.

Most apartments in Chicago are not furnished, and furnished options will be quite expensive (e.g. $100/month for renting the furnitures).

Furnitures you might need for your new apartment:
 Couch, coffee table, desk, chairs, decorations
 Utensils, dishwares
 Bed, mattress, night stands
 Lightings

Copy of your government issued ID, SSN and proof of income are required.
Examples of goverment issued ID:PassportState IDDrivers LicenseEAD Cardsand more (asking management office for details)Examples of proof of income:Pay stubsBank statementTax returnI-20 (for international students)Scholarshipand more (asking management office for details)Leasing management and landlords usually require your annual salary will be 3 times the yearly rent (or your monthly pay will be 3 times the monthly rent).

1. In Chicago, our commission is paid by leasing management or landlords for connecting you with them. You as a renter does not have to pay anything extra.
2. Our commission will not affect your rent price, at all. Our leasing brokers and specialists have a thorough knowledge of the apartment buildings and know the apartment specials at the moment! Choosing our service will help you get a better deal and some promotions!
3. We save you times by making the appointment and taking you around.We are licensed illinois real estate brokers, and we know the rules and regulations!
4. We will make sure our clients are educated about application process and have all your questions answered!

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