desertlaw wrote:Are any law students looking to sublet their apartment over the summer? PM me if you are. Wife and I are looking for a place to stay during summer internship.
I can check around for you. Are you looking for a 1 bedroom apt? Are you and your wife open to a roommate situation or wanting your own place? Is off campus housing also ok?
Verano Place is one of the grad student complexes and they allow sublets. They have a weekly newsletter that will kick back in after the holidays and you can place an ad in there, I've seen sublet wanted ads in there before. They say they are free to UCI students but don't say how much an add is for non-UCI student, but here is the info:
"Classified ads are free for Verano residents. Email the ad, with ‘GazetteAd’ as the subject, to firstname.lastname@example.org
by Tuesday, 5 p.m. Please include your name, address and phone number for the ad to be included in the Verano Gazette.
The Verano Housing Office reserves the right to withhold any ad from publication or edit any ad for purposes of clarification,
space constraints or policy considerations. All ads must be no more than 350 characters with spaces. Ads will be cut off at this
point. ‘For Sale’ ads may be placed by Verano residents only. ‘Lost and Found’ late ads are allowed. The Verano Housing Office
does not endorse any ads."
Palo Verde is the other grad housing complex for families. Their newsletter doesn't seem to have an official classifieds section, but you could email them to see if they can put in an announcement for you as well. Info:
"E-mail submissions to Pvinquiry@uci.edu
by Tuesday before 3:00 PM. // http://www.housing.uci.edu/pv/press.asp
There s a good chance they won't be back up an running until the 2nd or 3rd week of January.
Hope this helps.