Getting a flat or roommate is not bad at all, especially if you are on a budget, as it will help split the cost, you won’t have to spend much with a flatmate.
In Australia getting someone to share rent or flat with you is not difficult, it is easy. There are various ways to get someone that will share a flat with you in the country.
But there are only two main practical ways for you to get a flatmate as quickly as possible.
1. Getting a mate through online
There are websites that are specifically created for this function. To connect people that are looking to share rent with each other. Here are the top sites for this in Australia
Gumtree deals with real estate, offering many features including the ability to find flatmates.
Here users can create an account and post a classified ad, this ad is adverts looking for people to share flat with. Ads placed here usually include the following information
– How much/ the amount
– Type of house
– Then some form of contact no.
You can also use the search box for faster results.
Similar to the above site, but different in the sense that Flatshare is specifically built for only one thing, only one purpose, that is to connect people looking to share a rent together, so they can go ahead and make arrangement to live together.
Like Gumtree, this website has many features like the
– the search bar used for finding things quickly
– the location
– type of houses
– pictures of the houses.
2. Through offline
You can find what you are looking for even without using the internet. You can still get a flatemate for offline. How to do this?
Ask around, tell your workmate your schoolmate, even your relatives, chances are there may be someone looking for somebody to share rent with, they may not publicly say it, but they need to cut cost. Many people are trying to see how to cut cost and stop spending a lot of money on recurrent expenses.
Finding a flatmte is one way to cut down cost on housing.
As with any business transaction, Nethelpblog advises you to do your own due dilligence before accepting a person as your flate mate.