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What does the "unit amenities" section of an apartment ad mean?

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The "unit amenities" section of an apartment advertisement usually lists amenities available to the tenant of the apartment. Unit amenities are things provided to help make you more comfortable and more at ease within your unit or apartment complex.

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Washer and dryer hook-up or a laundry facility are common amenities offered by apartment complexes. Pools and tennis courts are also frequently provided to tenants of apartment complexes. Free Wi-Fi or cable are also popular services offered to tenants in certain apartments. Emergency maintenance services and premium parking spots are amenities also often sought by those searching for the right apartment.

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