For landlords we offer a secure, simple and fast way to find high quality student tenants without endless fees.
- Unlimited free listings
- Recieve student offers
- Send counter-offers
- Send & recieve tenancy agreements
- Take property deposits
For students we offer a secure and regulated enviroment to find the perfect landlord and property.
- Send property offers and counter offers
- Sign tenancy agreements
- Transfer property deposits
- Find out who you're neighbours are going to be
We want Housemates to continue to be a secure enviroment as we grow so we’ve put together a few key points that we’re serious about. We’re certain that these guidelines will evolve over time but we feel this is a good place to start.
Becoming a landlord is an exciting experience, you’ve saved up to purchase your first property, browsed Rightmove and Zoopla endlessly for the right price, property type and location and now you’ve signed the papers, and you’re finally living the dream but do you know your taxes? Keeping up with new regulations is key to avoiding fines and tenant complaints too. We thought that we’d help get your landlord journey off with the right start by sharing the different types of taxes you may be liable to pay depending on if the property is in your name or belongs to a limited company.
Your years as a student can be a peculiar time in your life, particularly at the beginning. You’ll be thrown into a living arrangement with four or more people where you will need to share both facilities and responsibilities. Believe it or not, this can be quite stressful and it’s not uncommon for arguments to break out. The trick to avoiding these types of scenarios is to be the best housemate possible and not create issues where there doesn’t need to be any. So, let’s look at some of the problems and discuss the solutions.