Move In @Madison

Incoming Residents

Our communities offer service desks with extended hours or 24-hour staff, multi-layered security features, 24-hour emergency maintenance, and after our business offices have closed, there’s always an on-call Resident Assistant or night desk attendant to assist you.

You’ll also have on-site laundry rooms, vending machines, great community lounges with wi-fi and flat screen T.V.s, outdoor spaces with beautiful landscaping, and car or moped parking is available to add on to your contract.

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Move In Day

There are two official move-in days:

  • 2017 Early Move-In Day: Sunday, August 28, 2017
  • 2017 Standard Move-In Day: Sunday, September 4, 2017

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What’s Included?

Sofa, slipper chair, coffee table, end table, writing desk and chair, regular length single bed in double rooms and double beds in all single rooms, bedroom closet organizers with drawers, window coverings, refrigerator, quick cook oven/microwave, range top, dishwasher, bathroom vanity and mirror, and tub or shower stall.

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Renters Insurance

Our lease agreement requires that residents have renters insurance coverage while living with us. A policy generally costs less than $15/month and provides coverage in the event of a fire, theft or natural causes. Residents’ or guest’s personal property and vehicles are not insured under the apartment lease agreement.

Each resident needs to maintain a renters insurance policy, with a minimum limit of liability for bodily injury and property damage of $100,000, throughout the term of their lease. We also require that you name SBA Management Services as an “Additional Interested Party” on the policy.

We ask that all residents carry renters insurance to protect you from a variety of accidents and losses, especially the very expensive ones we see almost every year. For example, in early 2013 a resident accidentally released the fire sprinkler valve in their unit and caused $40,000 in damage to their belongings, their apartment, their neighbor’s apartment, and the common areas in their building. Fortunately this resident had renters insurance and the damages were covered by their policy instead of out of their pocket.

To get a policy simply add it with the company that holds your vehicle insurance, or call the insurance agent (or agency) of your choice. If you don’t have a preferred insurance provider you’re encouraged to consider Resident Shield. All of our properties are pre-approved for coverage so you can sign up in less than five minutes. Click here to get started: www.ResidentShield.com.

Please note that we will not be able to provide you with keys to your new apartment until you’ve provided us with proof of an insurance policy that meets the requirements outlined above.