What is unique about your
Our floor plans are designed to be as unique as you are. Each room
in all of the floor plans are different sizes, with each one having
a stand-out feature such as having the largest square footage, most
expansive closet or most distinctive room layout. For each
apartment home, there are also specialized unit features to choose
from such as wood, carpet, or tile flooring and upgraded options
including dark cabinets, granite countertops and black appliances.
Lastly, we are the only non-student housing community that offers
three bedrooms and three bathrooms!
What are Lakeview Oaks’ monthly
The following will be paid to the office in addition to your rent
payment: 1. $45 cable charge. 2. $15.95 valet waste charge that
reflects in your total water bill. The rest of the water bill is
made up of a $2.75 utility fee and the apartment’s water/sewer
Do you have any special landmarks
Busch Gardens, Lowry Park Zoo, Florida Aquarium and the Museum of
Science and Industry (MOSI) are located nearby.
Do you allow pets?
At Lakeview Oaks, we love pets! We are one of the only communities
in Tampa that allows “aggressive breeds” with a pet interview
(80lbs max). Your furry friends can also enjoy our dog park located
on the property.
Are There any fees/deposits for
The pet fee will range from $250-$350, and pet rent will range from
$25-45. Both pet fee and pet rent are dependent upon the age and
weight of your pet. We do require the following documentation for
pets: Recent vet paperwork, photo and for the addendum to lease,
and a pet addendum to be signed along with a pet interview (if you
have a breed of dog that is considered to be aggressive). If the
resident has a five-gallon fish tank, there needs to be proof of
insurance on the tank.
Does your property have access
Yes, we are a 24-hour gated community. We also have a roaming guard
from 6pm to 6am every night.
Do you require
The requirements to live here would be to make 3x or more the
amount equal to 1 month’s rent, have a credit score above a 600 and
a clear credit history. One resident can be approved on their own
or provide a cosigner that meets the above requirements. If one
cannot provide that, they may pay a deposit that is equal to 1
month's rent. Proof of income is required. Applicants can supply
two recent paycheck stubs, a copy of their tax return, or a print
out of bank statements to validate the monthly income given for the
guarantor or self-approval process.
What are your fees/deposits?
1. Application fee: $50 per person due at signing. 2. Lease fee:
$350 per apartment due at signing. 3. There is a $50 utility admin
fee per apartment for turning on the water/sewer. It is a one-time
fee due at the beginning of the lease term. It is due within 10
days of signing. 4. Deposits is equal to 1 month's rent or have an
When is move-in day?
Please call our office for move in and move out dates.
Do you only offer 12 month
We allow leases to end throughout the year depending on
availability as short as 7 months.
Can I sign to lock in a lease, and
have my roommate sign later?
Yes! You can sign/renew the lease yourself and have your roommates
sign at a later date.
Are you close to USF/does the Bull
Runner run nearby?
Yes we are about 1.5 miles from USF and about a five-minute walk to
a Bull Runner stop on the other side of a neighboring community.
Do you have any kind of
Residents who are employed by the following are eligible for a
preferred employer discount: Military, insurance companies, phone
companies, city or state jobs (teachers/employees of local
When does trash get picked up?
Valet waste picks up the trash on Sunday through Thursday nights.
Is renters insurance required?
No, however it is encouraged. Renters insurance is a policy you can
purchase to protect your personal property as the
management/landlords are not responsible for replacement to
tenants. Replacement of your belongings if they are damaged, lost,
or stolen could be covered. The Collier Companies does not promote
any specific insurance coverage.
Do you allow subletting?
Yes. However, the resident will be responsible for finding his/her
own sublet. Once someone has agreed to take over the lease, both
parties will work with the leasing team to complete any necessary