I just did that, students pay really good. Not trying to be an ass but lady students always pay on time.
I've had numerous multiplex rentals near a college that were exclusively rented to college students.
Rent collection has never been an issue because mommy and daddy pay the bills.
Guys host parties and on occasion some do it too often and too loudly, it's just a rare few and I weed them out quickly.
It's best approached after warnings then during a active party with a call to the police. I always give the arriving officers all the information from the tenants rental agreement so they know who's who before they approach the rental unit.
It's amazing how often dumbazzed party boys have a history of their dumbazzedness and have active warrants. The police really like that, they go in to pickup the one with the warrant.
There will typically be an underage drinker or two and maybe a pot charge. That gives me reasonable cause to legally proceed with eviction. I'd never win a eviction standing before a judge looking at some cute well dressed college kid and his parents that pay his rent religiously trying to explain how their sons just noisy and disruptive.
It's harsh and rare but only fair for your other nearby tenants that are effected.
I mean what are you suppose to do when some chick you're renting to calls you in the middle of the night asking you to come escourt her to her apartment because she's afraid of the 10 guys standing out front drinking.
95% of the guys I rent to are fine, in fact I prefer to rent to guys because chick's create issues.
Very often they move their deadbeat boyfriends into the rental with them that her parents are paying for. They become her protector and any issues needing dealt with have to go through him.
Their not even on the lease yet they think they rule the roost.
I don't put up with that schit.
An easy 50% of female tenants leave their rentals absolutely filthy when they move out, guys are by far cleaner.
Chick's have cat's!
No matter how your lease is worded, they have cat's.
You never know they have cat's because they never go out, they're restricted to schitting and pizzing inside, hopefully in a litterbox and hopefully just in one room.
You smell it the instant you open the door after they move out.
After 45 years of landlording I’ve learned to rent to single chick's only out of desperation which now days happens next to never.