Terms of Use

The University of Pennsylvania ("University") wants you to be aware that rental units, products, or services offered through this site are provided as a convenience to University of Pennsylvania ("University") students, faculty and staff. The name of the site operator that provides this service is vFairs.

WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE VIRTUAL BOOTHS PROVIDED DIRECTLY BY THE UNIVERSITY (Penn Dining, Residential Services, The Division of Public Safety, The Graduate Center, Penn Family Center, Penn Transit and PennCard). WHEN ENTERING A VIRTUAL BOOTH FOR ANY VENDOR ON THE SITE, BE AWARE THAT YOU ARE ENTERING A THIRD- PARTY VENDOR CONTROLLED SITE. LISTINGS APPEARING ON THIS PART OF THE VIRTUAL HOUSING FAIR SITE ARE NOT ENDORSED OR GUARANTEED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA.

As the site operator, vFairs requires that Landlords and other vendors report information accurately and fairly, however neither the site operator nor the University are able to verify the accuracy of information contained in listings.

If a property is listed on this web site, that does not mean the University or vFairs endorses or approves the landlord, its properties or business practices. The University and vFairs cannot and do not vouch for the fairness or accuracy of information posted on or conveyed through a third party's site. It also is not a guarantee by the University or vFairs that the property complies with building, safety or fire codes, or that it is clean or safe or otherwise suitable for your use. YOU ARE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR CHOICE OF LANDLORD, RENTAL UNIT, AND ANY OTHER PRODUCT OR SERVICE OFFERINGS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS SITE. Before you sign a lease, you should take steps to learn about the property, about your landlord and about the landlord's property manager. You are also responsible for understanding your rights and responsibilities as a tenant. The University and vFairs are not responsible for any problems that may occur with your rental unit or any disputes that may arise between you and your landlord. All prospective tenants are encouraged to exercise good judgment when evaluating prospective rental units and landlords.

AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES: You can create a legally binding obligation even if you did not sign the lease in person. Electronic signatures can and do create legally binding obligations. As such, be both careful and intentional when it comes to electronic signatures. If you are unsure about moving forward with a lease – don't use electronic signatures.