There are many reasons to choose to live or move to Miami and South Florida. You may be moving to Miami to enjoy Florida’s year round beach weather, white sand beaches, world famous nightlife or the culturally diverse residents. Yes, Miami is a great place to live and it has a good job market, but it’s not cheap and rent is quite more than the national average. To make living in Miami more viable, you may want to find a roommate or check out a room for rent.
Finding the perfect roommate seems elusive and difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. No matter if you’re looking for your new best friend, someone to help pay the bills, we can help you find the perfect roommate.
The Miami area in general is known for high rent prices, but they have been fairly stable at $1,645 for a one bedroom. Rent for a two-bedroom is more, but having a roommate to help split the cost of rent means a lower monthly payment. This makes it well worth finding a roommate. If you would like to live by the beach, you have a few options. Rent in the popular Miami Beach, usually coined as South Beach varies and will depend on the area within, with an overall average of $2,500 for a two bedroom. Other nearby beach locals include Surfside, Bal Harbour, Sunny Isles. Surfside will be more affordable with rent for $1,750 and the other two more than $3,000 if not more. If you go up the coast into Broward County, you can live by the beach in Aventura, Hallandale Beach, Hollywood, and Fort Lauderdale with rents around $2,000.
If you prefer a more city vibe, live in new luxury towers and to be near trendy restaurants, nightlife and shopping there are a lot of options in Miami. In Downtown Miami, Brickell, Wynwood and Edgewater you will find two bedroom apartments for the average rent between ~$2,500 and $3,000. Other areas in Miami that will get you quickly to Downtown or the Beaches are Southwest Coconut Grove, Little Havana, Allapattah or Little Haiti where average rent is about $1,700. For more affordable living, you could choose one of the areas in Dade County like Kendall, Hialeah or Miami Gardens where rent will be closer to $1,500.
Not sure which neighborhood is the best fit for you? read our Miami's Best Neighborhoods for Young Professionals guide and find your ideal place to live in Miami.
Everyone is different, so finding the right roommate isn’t always that easy. But we can help with that. First, you’ll need to tell us a little about yourself. We’ll start with the basics such as budget, move date and preferred areas. Then, we’ll ask about your lifestyle and preferences, such as your schedule, habits and sociability. When we know more about you, we can match you with potential roommates who share the same lifestyle and preferences. Once signed up, you can interact with potential roommates who we will present to you based on the best fit. You can further filter the roommate and rooms for rent options based on your preferences to find the perfect person to live with.
We took the time to create the best roommate finder to easily and quickly find a great person to share a house or apartment with. When you start, we already present the top prospects for you. But, you can also narrow down the roommate and rooms for rent listings using the filters to better match your preferences. You can look through each profile of your top roommate prospect to see if they are what you’re looking for. When you find someone that seems like a good fit, you can state your interest by sending them either a “like” or a message to introduce yourself. Before long, you’ll have found the perfect roommate and can start planning moving in together.
If you’re ready to enjoy Miami’s beaches, warm weather and so much more, start looking through the roommate search now. You’ll be able to see all the people in Miami who are looking for a roommate or a room for rent. Plenty of people have already signed up, so it’s easy to find the right roommate or room for rent no matter what you’re looking for. Finding the right roommate doesn’t need to be challenging. Take a look at Diggz now to find an amazing new roommate.
Can Diggz help me find roommates?
Absolutely! Diggz is here to cover all your needs. Whether you're looking for rooms for rent, roommates to fill your empty room, or someone to partner with for finding a new place, Diggz has you covered. You can even find full apartments for rent and Coliving rooms in certain cities.
Does it cost anything to sign up or use Diggz?
Diggz is a completely free roommate finder platform. You can post your room for rent or listing and find a roommate without any charges. While there are options to upgrade for additional features, the core functionality of connecting with roommates and exploring listings is available for free.
How long does it take for my roommate listing to be live?
Once you complete a quick sign up and create your profile, your listing will be live immediately. All Diggz members will be able to see it, and you can proactively search and engage with prospective roommates right away.
Can I find a roommate to team up with me to find a place?
Absolutely! Many members on Diggz are looking not only for rooms for rent but also for someone to partner with to find a new place. In fact, many matches on the platform occur between two individuals who are seeking to team up for this exact purpose.
How do I know if the people on the site are real?
Rest assured that everyone on Diggz is a real person. We prioritize security and utilize both A.I. and human oversight to prevent and detect any scammy or suspicious-looking roommate profiles. Outdated or inactive accounts are filtered out, ensuring you search through relevant and genuine profiles.
What happens with my information when I no longer need to find a roommate?
You have full control over your data. You can easily delete your profile at any time, along with all your data from our records. Alternatively, you can also deactivate your profile if you want to keep the option open for finding a roommate in the future. While deactivated, your data will still be saved, but your profile won't be visible to others until you decide to reactivate it.