Barry does not maintain university affiliated off-campus housing, nor does it
employ licensed realtors to assist students, but in order to better assist you
in locating potential off-campus housing, Commuter Affairs has developed this
webpage as a guide.
The listings for off-campus housing on this website are submitted by landlords
in the local community. Barry University nor Commuter Affairs do not
inspect the premises listed and are not responsible for any problems
relating to the rental and/or use of these premises.
Please note that this webpage and the information contained within is merely
helpful advice/guidance and is not meant to render legal advice or to replace
the services of an attorney. Moreover, Commuter Affairs does not handle
grievances or problems with your landlord and it is not a leasing agent, so if
you have a dispute with your landlord and plan to take any legal action in a
landlord-tenant dispute, you should consult with the appropriate enforcing
agency, a county legal services agency, a private attorney, an owners'
organization, or a tenants' organization.
Discrimination: Barry expects that all of the landlords
listing available rental properties on this webpage will rent these premises to
Barry’s students, faculty, and staff regardless of race, religion, color,
national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, marital
status, or veteran status. Failure of a landlord to comply with Barry’s
anti-discrimination policy in the rental of property will result in the
landlord’s listing being suspended from this webpage and/or a referral of the
landlord to the appropriate state/local agencies. If you believe that a
landlord has discriminated against you please contact
Commuter Affairs has provided the following document to offer you guidance
regarding off-campus housing. Please feel free to click on the link provided to
print the document.
The Renters' Right
- This brochure contains the most
comprehensive guide for Florida Tenant/Landlord Relations.