Demographics[ edit ] Housemates and roommates are typically unmarried young adults, including workers and students.
Roommates hold the promise of cost and space efficient living; they may even be a way of making new friends. They also hold the possibility of living in some pretty crappy situations: Whether you are looking for someone to move in with you, or are looking to move in with one or more people, a little bit of planning and forethought go a long way.
Here are a ten tips we suggest for creating a happy, functioning roommate situation: And while many good people find themselves on their ass needing a place to live ASAP, as a rule, people who plan ahead, seeking out their roommates a month or two in advance, are also the kind of people who pay their bills on time and are considerate to the people they live with.
Find out how your prospective roommate s live. Do they watch a lot of TV?
Stay home all the time? Work all of the time? Get as much information as possible before you move in together. No one will be a perfect match, but honestly ask yourself if, on balance, these habits are things you can live with.
Pay attention to the details.
Looking for a potential roommate is like dating—only more intimate. Look and listen for tip-offs for how the other party lives.
Excessive beer cans in the trash? More than one game counsel attached to the TV?
Maybe these things are coincidences, but probably not. If you notice more than a couple red flags, chances are these things will get worse with time and exposure. Few things can be as contentious as cleaning habits, as everyone has a different idea of what constitutes clean.
Do you expect your house to be spotless and tidy all of the time? Are you okay with a little clutter? Are you a slob? If he suggests a regular cleaning schedule or splitting the cost of a housecleaner a very good ideahe is probably a neatnik. Besides dirty dishes, money matters can strain an otherwise happy roommate situation.
Get with your prospective roommate about every bill, the portion expected to pay and estimated monthly amounts. Get reasonable assurance that all parties have the ability to pay for said bills employed roommates tend to be preferred.
This is a good time to bring up food costs. Some roommates are okay with sharing food and food costs, but many are not. Get clear how you want to handle that. Many friendships have been destroyed after living together. Do a background check.
If someone objects, particularly to a credit check, you might ask yourself why. Find a space that works. Apartments where autonomy is possible—e. This is not always possible or needed—many roommates are never home and having a ton of space is irrelevant.
Just try to find a space that works with your respective lifestyles. Determine how the place is decorated.Find out the MPG (miles per gallon) for over 27, vehicles from thru present including their average miles per gallon and fuel costs so you can start to improve your fuel economy.
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Choose a Roommate Students living in the North or South Residence Halls may request a roommate they already know or choose to be matched with a roommate. Matching is based on a compatibility profile that each student fills out and makes public to other students. Taking the time to choose the right roommate could be the difference between a friend for life that you looking forward to seeing at the end of the day (or someone that keeps their distance and causes no trouble), and horror stories you will tell at dinner parties for years to come. The Roommate by Jen Silverman Directed by Reginald L. Douglas March 2 – 24, Main Stage. Retired and recently divorced, Sharon needs a roommate for a little extra cash and some much-needed company in her Iowa home.
Choose wisely, because having a roommate is a big deal, but remember, you can always move after room freeze is over. What are you looking for in a roommate? Again, what specific qualities are you expecting from your roommate?
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