flat-share

flat-share

n
the state of living in a flat where each occupant shares the facilities and expenses
vb
(intr) to live in a flat with other people who are not relatives
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IN Four of us decided to flat-share, so we all started looking.
Around 11% of people looking to share a flat or house with other renters are part of a couple, according to flat-share website easyroommate.co.uk.
House and flat-share website SpareRoom.co.uk said some 59% choose to flat-share because it is cheaper than renting alone or buying.
Of course you can remake it without them as just a flat-share sitcom, but it would be so different that it begs the question why they needed to buy the format rights."
Emu will return to the small screen in a children's comedy series, telling the story of "the strangest flat-share in history".
BB bosses are steering viewers in the direction of nominated lasses Michelle and Emma and the market-makers believe they will get their wish, with Coral going 1-5 on the all-girl flat-share.
But Kevin also revealed that his flat-share with Galway lad and bandmate Tony Lundon has come to an abrupt end.
For Jo's own first flat-share was a dingy room above a chip shop in London.
co.uk, said: "A short-term let is a great way for homeowners to boost their income without the long-term commitment usually associated with the average tenancy." While a normal tenancy within a flat-share typically lasts a year, a short-term let can last from one week up to six months, and is typically used to fill rental voids.
FUNNY PEOPLE (15) Verdict: JUDD Apatow's story about taking second chances echoes the years when he used to flat-share with Adam Sandler.
Now 19-year-old Suzanne, who comes from Bury, Lancs, is having to make do with a flat-share with Andrew and two other friends in the far less upmarket area of South Hampstead.
So we followed two enterprising Essex girls who go on the pull for DIYers, how to get 18 Kiwis in a four-bedroom house, a poorly staged flat-share dispute and Laurence Llewellyn Bowen telling how he used to spray deodorant in the fridge.