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¨In the choice of a new flat the choice of flamates weights a lot. I would like to live with someone of my age and possibly in my condition (when I was studying students, now that I’m working someone who is working too). I don’t want to live with a colleague, because consulting hours make me stay in the office late. It doesn’t matter the sex (male or female) or the language (as soon as we can understand each other).¨
¨I don’t want to live with a lot of people in the house, because it hard to share a bathroom (or even 2 bathrooms). Also, I would much more prefer to live with an ‘early bird’ person since I cannot fall asleep until there is a complete silence and all flatmates are already in bed. Moreover, I would rather live with less sociable and quiet person because I need privacy and silence at home.¨
¨..living with other people if they are orderly, clean, and respect the others they live. Mutual respect. And everything else will follow. I will like to have an App to choose who I live with.¨
¨The main problems I have found in a shared apartment are: 1) level of cleanliness both in the kitchen and bathroom 2) flatmates’ timetable: I mean that often happened that me and my flatmates had the same timetables 3) of course flatmates should be the same age, I mean I will never share an apartment with a 40 or 50 years old guy/girl 4) I prefer a “mixed flat”: guys and girls 5) of course the language is not a barrier, but for me is a feature that makes the flatmates more interesting!¨
¨The biggest concern is always whether or not we would get along character wise in a sense that if I don’t “click” with a person it would probably turn out as a nightmare. And the little things are important like even leaving the socks on the ground or leaving the light on when not needed etc. So the little things that would normally piss off are acceptable as long as I can both talk and stay in silence and be equally relaxed with my roommate.¨
¨Well for my experience and for as I am, one of the biggest concern for me regard how clean is my flatmate and how he/she keeps the apartment… It has not to be necessary tidy but about hygiene … Then I will prefer to live with someone of about the same age as me and with who I can share same interests and activities to do together!¨
¨When I am looking for a roommate I want him or her to be “normal”. Someone who I can easily approach and talk. I look for them very carefully because they have to click with what I am. Order in the house is also a big topic, since I am normally traveling for work and the least I would like to do when I arrive home is to fight for dirty plates or something like that. As a plus are languages. I speak four languages, if my roommate can make me improve in them or learn a new one… That would definitely be a plus.¨
¨When I have to find a flatmate it’s important we are able to speak at least one same language in order to communicate and secondly to improve it. Usually I prefer to live with someone that does the same or similar activity of mine so that we have the same timing.¨
¨I would say that the major concern I have when trying to find a suitable flatmate is finding someone that lives the same lifestyle as me. I find that if you live with someone that has a similar lifestyle there is less chance on conflict. I like to take it easy during the week and cook, gym and sleep but during the weekend I like to go out and have a couple drinks. Finding a flatmate that is into the same things as I am would be a huge plus and would help to expand my social circle especially since I am moving to a new country where I don’t know anyone.¨
¨When I move to another country, what I really care is to live someone with a similar personality, mind and tastes to me. I want to live that wonderful experience to the fullest and I consider that sharing a flat with the same mindset is essential in order to have the greatest experience possible. I don’t mind gender, race or citizenship as long as they feel as excited as me, but sometimes it’s difficult to find the right person to live with beforehand so any help is more than welcome.¨
¨When moving to a new country, my priority is finding a roommate that speaks the local language so that I can learn the local language as quickly as possible and integrate myself better in this new city. Problems often arise when one roommate enjoys having guests over while another prefers it more quiet. Having similar interests makes it easier for everyone to live together without having to compromise much of their lifestyle. This can be determined by a variety of factors such as age, working status and personal interests. Home should be somewhere you enjoy being and this won’t be possible if these factors are too different. ¨
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