Make Sure It Has All the Options You Want
As any experienced apartment hunter will tell you, complexes with the best amenities cost more. It makes sense, as these options are costly to put in and expensive to maintain. But you shouldn't pay for amenities unless you really plan on using them. If you live for racquetball, it may be worth it to pay an extra $20 or $30 per month for an apartment that has a court, but if you don't know a lob from a foot fault, take your apartment search elsewhere.