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As you may have concluded on your own by now, there are a lot of options when it comes to renting in Nigeria.

Similarly, there are also a plethora of choices when it comes to apartment types! Depending on your price range, choice of neighborhood, and living situation (roommate, significant other, family, etc.), you will also need to make a decision on what type of apartments to live in.

Studio: A one-room apartment that comes with a kitchen and a full-size bathroom. Variations of a studio include an alcove studio or a convertible studio.

Alcove Studio: The same as a regular studio but generally has an L partition in the living room. This creates the perception of more space and is really nice to use for a sleeping area.

Convertible Studio: A studio big enough such that one could build a wall to create a bedroom.

Convertible (Flex): An apartment that has enough space to be converted into an additional bedroom. Example: A large one bedroom apartment that has enough space to be walled off to create a 2nd bedroom may be advertised as a convertible two-bedroom (two bedroom flex).

Short-term residency: The tenancy agreement will always be fixed-term and may not be extended.

Shared Apartments : A room in a shared apartment is normally the apartment type that is the easiest and fastest to get. In a shared apartment you will have your own individual bedroom, and you will share the kitchen and the bathroom with 1-3 other students of the same gender.

Loft: One large room with high ceilings. These usually exist in commercial buildings that have been renovated to residential apartment units.

Duplex/Triplex: Apartments with two or three levels respectively. The second or third floor may be used for sleeping quarters only. Junior 1 bedroom: This is a slight step up from a studio and usually includes a separate sleeping room or ¾ room.

Junior 1 Bedroom: This is a slight step up from a studio and usually includes a separate sleeping room or 3/4 room.

Garden Apartment: A garden apartment has access to a backyard and almost always is on the ground floor, but sometimes can also be on the basement level. These are especially important to check out before signing anything – being partially underground is not ideal. Garden apartments can also be problematic for security reasons, and they tend to have more pests.

Railroad Apartment: These are found in smaller and older buildings and are named for their straight floor plan. There are usually three or four rooms that are all connected without a hallway, forming a long and thin rectangle. Bedrooms can be on either side or in the center.

Two-bedroom: also known as a real two-bedroom, this has two actual bedrooms, a common living space, and a kitchen which might be separate.

Wing two-bedroom: this style of apartment has two bedrooms joined by a small common space, such as a kitchen, but not much more insofar as living space is concerned.

Multi-Bedroom Apartments: The apartment units that fall into this category can range from a single, one bedroom apartment all the way up to a four bedroom apartment home. Aside from the bedrooms, these units come complete with separate living rooms, dining rooms, kitchen space, and one or more bathrooms. These multi-bedroom apartments are typically leased out to renters for a monthly fee, security deposit, and other miscellaneous terms.

Luxury Hi-Rise: This type of ultra-modern building is typically designed to stand at least twenty stories high and tend to offer its residence additional services that include on-site staff and concierge services as well as other on-site amenities like swimming pools,gyms, and valet services and can be found mostly on the island

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