We’re solving the affordability gaps of city living.
At There’s Room, we believe the diversity of cultures, people, and their work make our cities vital places to live. Our renters are working contributors in their communities who strive to reaching their goals and dreams, despite the hurdles they face. While our owners are motivated individuals looking to realize their financial freedom by making room for those in need. Together, we are creating a community where owners and renters can successfully work, live and thrive by offering them access to a more cost-effective way of living and earning.
How It Works
Qualified renters just clicks away.
Whether you're home, lease or investor owner of an existing property, There's Room will be by your side from start to finish—We make finding the ideal renter and seamless as possible.
Find compatible, vetted matches that are perfect for your space.
make extra money
Earn extra money to help pay off debt, mortgage, or afford those little extras like traveling more.
Stress less with liability coverage, let us handle all the heavy lifting including background checks, lease docs, and secure payment processing.
help those in need
Be the catalyst to help someone achieve their life goals, while you achieve some of yours.
Find a room, focus on your goals.
Whether you’re saving for a home, paying off debt, looking to be closer to a job, or just getting back on your feet; There’s Room for you here to find an affordable place safely and securely to help you meet your goals.
Search a vetted community of caring home and lease owners who are willing to rent you the extra space.
save time and money
Pay a one-time fee & apply for affordable space in minutes. No need for submitting multiple applications.
avoid rental restrictions
Avoid high deposits and limitations getting in the way of finding the space you need.
a win win
Never be limited to living options in communities you influence. Our owner community is behind you 100%
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Renters spend more than 50% of their income on rent.
Per week worked at minimum wage needed to afford a one-bedroom rental.
Nationwide shortage of affordable homes for low-income renters.