Let's face it - finding the right home or flatmate isn't easy. Searching for suitable listings can be time consuming, especially if they're poorly written or you don't know whether they're still available. Also, most services don't let you control who can contact you, so you end up sorting through lots of unsuitable people and wasting time at unnecessary interviews.
So what's the solution? Whether you're a first time sharer or have years of experience, here are some things to look for when choosing a share accommodation service to help you find the right home or flatmate.
Look for a share accommodation service with excellent matching so it's fast and easy to find the right listings. Flatmate Finders pinpoints homes and flatmates that will interest you and sends daily updates.
Making decisions about who to contact is a lot easier when you have all the information you need. You'll be impressed by the comprehensive profiles on Flatmate Finders, which include photos and maps.
Contacting people that aren't available is a waste of your time and energy so use a service with up-to-date listings. Flatmate Finders checks it's house share and flatmate listings weekly to confirm their availability.
1,247 homes and 2,403 flatmates in Australia. 1,338 new listings and 15,673 introductions in the last 7 days.
Select this service if you're one person, two friends or a couple, with or without children, and you're available for a short to long-term stay in a shared home, self-contained home or short-stay accommodation.
Select this service if you have one or more bedrooms available in a home with shared living areas and you're looking for singles, couples or friends that want their own room or a shared room for a short to long-term stay.
Select this service if you haven't found a home or signed a lease and you want to meet people with similar preferences that are interested in teaming-up with you and finding a new home that you can share together.
Select this service if you have a vacant home with its own kitchen facilities, such as a one bedroom apartment, studio or granny flat, and you're looking for one person or a couple for a short to long-term stay.
Select this service if you have accommodation available for short-term stays of one day or one week, such as a hotel, managed apartment, guest house, hostel, self-contained home or even a shared home.