Need to share the rent with someone, but don’t have a buddy lined up to live with? If so, it’s time to find a roommate. The good news is that you can be greatly helped along in this task by taking your search to your computer.
You’ve met your potential apartment roommate, and all seems well. But you’re not sure how you feel about sharing your living space for the next year, or more, with this stranger, however nice he or she might seem. How can you ease your mind a bit?
You may find that it’s easy enough to keep up your own room in your apartment, but what about maintaining common areas? Read on for our guide to maintaining harmony in shared spaces in your home with a few simple maintenance habits.
Having an apartment roommate can be a beautiful thing. And moving in with a friend would seem to be the best way of choosing a roommate you like, right? Before you rush into anything, however, ask yourself some important questions about your buddy.
A good relationship with your roommate can be soured by a disagreement over money, and a less friendly relationship can turn into all out warfare. Here are some tips on talking to your roommate about money, whether it’s just about splitting the rent or more serious issues.
Living alone in an apartment can be a wonderful experience. No apartment roommate means nobody else’s habits, moods or friends to deal with. But all things require balance, and living alone can have its challenges. Here are some tips for happily living alone in your apartment.
All good things must come to an end, and so it will be with you and your apartment roommate. As with many aspects of the roommate relationship, telling a roommate you will be moving out can be stressful.
When you’re living by yourself, there’s no one to nag you to take out the trash or clean up the kitchen — and no one to do it for you, either.
Finding a roommate can be a challenge in and of itself. But once you’ve done so, you’ll still need to make sure that everything goes smoothly while you’re living together.
Living with an apartment roommate is a fact of life for many people, in college and beyond. Sure, it would be great if we could all afford our own four-bedroom flat, but that’s not a reality for most, and besides, living with others has its own perks. Are you ready to share your apartment?
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