Posts Tagged: roommate questions

What You Forgot to Ask Your Potential Roommate
What You Forgot to Ask Your Potential Roommate

What You Forgot to Ask Your Potential Roommate

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
I’m sure you’ve already asked your potential roommate all the basics. You know where they’re from, how late they stay up, and how messy they are. You’ve talked about their party habits, whether they have a significant other, and their favorite hobbies. But there are a few topics that probably haven’t come up yet. Here are…
Dinner, for Three! First Planning Meeting with Roommates
Dinner, for Three! First Planning Meeting with Roommates

Dinner, for Three! First Planning Meeting with Roommates

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
It has been about a week since the informal decision to move in with my future roommates, boyfriend and girlfriend, Chris and Kayla was made. Since the three of us are all in study mode getting ready for finals, it has not been very easy to get together to talk about logistics. Recently, we were…
Roommate Dilemma: To Split or Not to Split Expenses
Roommate Dilemma: To Split or Not to Split Expenses

Roommate Dilemma: To Split or Not to Split Expenses

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Now that our blogger Katherine has settled into her new apartment, she recaps what she and her roommate have decided about buying furniture and other stuff. TO SPLIT OR NOT TO SPLIT EXPENSES  by Katherine It’s a weird relationship, living with someone who you’re not actually in a relationship with. It’s like being in a marriage…
Questions to ask when visiting prospective roommates
Questions to ask when visiting prospective roommates

Questions to ask when visiting prospective roommates

  |   By AuthorMy First Apartment
Hopefully the sample email regarding how to write potential roommates was helpful to ya’ll. Getting you in the door is a good start – but what to do once you’re there? Ah, grasshopper, I am so glad you asked. Once you’re invited to the prospective apartment to meet the prospective roommates, I’d make a check…