Add Your Room to Rent IHOPU Housing Form: Add Your Room for Rent First name Last name Phone number Email address Type of propertyHouseApartmentTownhouseBasement ApartmentOther Please specify Preferred renter - Check all that apply. Please note that housing for singles must contain all female or male renters, not both. MaleFemaleMarried coupleFamily How many renters are you looking for?12345Other Please specify How many others live in the accommodations? Please review the housing codes and ordinances listed at the bottom of this form. 1234Other Please specify Cost of rent per month Cost of utilities per month Do you require a deposit?YesNo How much is the deposit? Location - Please describe the location of your home in relation to IHOPKC buildings. (i.e. 5 minute walk to GPR, next to IHOPU, etc.) Address - for office use only and will not be published What are the terms of the lease? Example: Three-month minimum lease requirement, six-month minimum lease requirement, etc. Is the bedroom furnished?YesNo Is the house or apartment furnished?YesNo Is the property handicap accessible?YesNo If yes, please describe the handicap accessible features (e.g. wheelchair ramp). Is the property pet-friendly? If so, please specify to which type of animal (e.g. dog, cat, etc.) Does the housing that you are offering comply with the housing codes and ordinances stated above? IHOPU reserves the right to only post properties that meet zoning codes for maximum number of unrelated occupantsYes Additional information Upload a photo of the house or room Housing Codes and Ordinances for Grandview and South Kansas City You must be aware of the specific codes and ordinances for Grandview and Kansas City housing. IHOPU students must adhere to these codes and ordinances in order to live as responsible members of the community.In Grandview, up to, and no more than, three unrelated persons may live in a single family dwelling; or, a family (people related by blood, marriage, or adoption) may live together with two unrelated persons. In Kansas City, up to and no more than five unrelated persons may live in a single family dwelling. (Family means an individual, or two or more persons related by blood, marriage, or adoption, or a group of no more than five persons, who need not be related by blood of marriage.)In addition, IHOPU desires that each single student live in gender-specific housing. We do not endorse a male living in the basement of a house with single female occupants upstairs, or vice versa. Living with a married couple or family is acceptable. Need assistance with this form?