Search for roommates

Browse

Search through thousands of potential roommates, whether you have a room for rent, are looking for a vacant room, or want to pair up with someone to search for a new apartment. Our proprietary algorithm will match your personality, lifestyle and preferences with other roommate prospects and display your personalized best matches on top. You can further refine your roommate search using our filters to match your specific requirements.

Roommate Match

Like

Express interest by clicking “Like” on profiles of those who seem as they would be good roommates and if it’s mutual, they will become a “Match”. When a potential roommate “likes” you, you will receive a notification and they will be added to your “Likes” page where you can decide if it is mutual and “Like” back.

Safe Roommate Finder

Chat

You can communicate directly and safely with your potential roommate “Matches” within our application. All your roommate search leads are in one central place, and you don’t need to share your personal contact information until you are ready.

Searching for a roommates in South Denver

Jill J - $1,200/month

Share: 
About Me

I am a recently divorced 40 yr old woman with a cool, creative, well-behaved (really) 9 yr old boy who lives with me for half of every week. I'm currently looking for a 3BR house to rent in the Denver area and another adult to share costs. Looking to create a positive home environment in a place that has the ample space, some upgraded amenities, yard + garden, garage, etc., that we've formerly enjoyed as a family, but which is next to impossible to afford in Denver as a single parent.

We are social and busy, primarily around my son's schedule, but need and appreciate down/quiet time every day. I'm an empath whose physical space needs relative order (understandable "daily living" aside). I am hopeful to join forces with someone who picks up after themselves w/o drama and can participate in house upkeep with a team-like attitude (aka, like a "grown up" ;) We appreciate up front + communicative behavior!
We love music, watching various shows, movies, sports, creating/making art, playing basketball and other backyard activities, dancing, chilling with our cats, watching/listening to the news, talking about world events, and enjoy the occasional get together. Events we go to around the city are usually art, dance, or music based, but definitely include athletic events of the professional teams here. We like to laugh, share, learn, listen, and watch.
My son is not some screaming obnoxious kiddo prone to meltdowns or other cliched selfish behavior. Yes, he's a kid, but also has some maturity as an only child where he can hold a conversation and/or appropriate relationship with adults in our orbit and older kids without difficulty. He gets along and is inclusive of anyone his age as well, assuming they are cool and just want to play/share the ball/game, whatever.  He is a thoughtful, smart, athletic, vibrant kid whose teachers, coaches, and other parents rave about (I am a lucky Mama).  I attempt to parent in the exact opposite manner I was raised, with deliberate intention.  Hopefully that clicks with some of you who read this . . .

We are politically left--this part is important to whom we potentially share a space. Empathy, decency, inclusivity, and honesty about who you are and how you move through the world means a lot. Providing good examples of those things for my son is important to me, but we don't hold ourselves or others to perfection either. The reality of the world is talked about with frankness (though kid friendly). I aim for joy, but ultimately balance, wherever we live.

 I am a split social/introvert so understand + respect your needs to have your own space and private life, separate from ours. Ideally I would like to find a space that can give us all a sense of privacy in the actual physical layout. Please know I will honor whatever your needs may be in creating healthy boundaries, as I will need to do the same.

Hopefully you are: thoughtful and conscientious, willing to form connections and be included sometimes in meals or other things we have going on inside or outside the house, have a consistent ability to pay rent and utilities, and can honor us with earnest communication--written or spoken. I don't care if you have a weird relationship with your boss or family as I don't think that necessarily dictates who you are as a person. But I do think it's important you can articulate your needs or thoughts as an adult (sans passive-aggressive behavior) so we can all be on the same shared page. I honestly don't care if you're a mad scientist, as long as you can talk with kids as if they are real people. I'm happy to provide a recent former "duplex-mate's" contact info or the written recommendation she's provided about her experience living next to us and in sharing spaces--basement, laundry, yard, garage--including comments on my son in particular). Other roommate or personal references avail as well.

We are LGBTQ+ friendly, open to ppl of any gender identification, ethnicity, or background--my only goal is to create a cooperative, safe, restorative environment and desire that whomever is living with us to participate in that vein.

I am originally from Massachusetts, however have lived throughout Colorado for 26+ years. As my son currently attends a school near Louisiana & South Broadway, I'm looking for housing in central Denver or in the near-surrounding area of his school. Ideally: Baker (the neighborhood where we currently live--80223), Wash Park, West Wash Park, Harvard Gulch, Corey Merrill, University, but also open to City Park, Congress Park, Cheesman, Speer, Capital Hill, Lincoln Park, Auraria, Platt Park, Sloan's Lake, Westwood, Athmar Park, Ruby Hill, Harvey Park, West Colfax, etc.

Regarding COVID: We are happily compliant with CDC recommendations, if not more conservative in that regard due to some compromised health/auto-immune conditions that branched from my having thyroid cancer 9 years ago. We are both vaccinated and boosted. Mask wearing outside of the house in enclosed public spaces is still something we do, though flexible depending on situation or rates of infection. We are hoping to join forces with a housemate who is similarly concerned about their role in helping to slow transmissions of the virus and is of course vaccinated too.
We have 2 indoor/outdoor cats, one young, one old. I have ALWAYS kept a home that did not indicate upon entry that cats lived there--this is really important to me in terms of smell! I vacuum often so cat hair is mitigated, but lint rollers are definitely a part of our lives (I'm happy to share).  Also, I have multiple storage units full of furniture and housewares to use and share.  

Hope to hear from you + combine forces for housing that serves everyone's needs. Looking to get settled for the middle/end of August into September. Much thanks--

Move in Date Aug 2022
Lease Duration 1 Year
Age 40
Occupation Gardener/Home Organizer/Design, Former Art Gallery Assistant, Momma Of 9 Yr Old
Hometown Boston, Ma, Usa
Education Just Short Of Bachelors In Psych/Art History, Will Pursue Graduate School For Art Therapy/Social Work
Relationship Status Single
Cleanliness
Clean
Messy
Work Schedule
Work
Home
Sleep Schedule
Early
No Sleep
Tobacco
Non Smoker
Smoke Regularly
Drinking
Never
Drinks Regularly
Drug Use
Never
Regularly
Interaction
Best Friends
Just Splitting the Rent
Guests
Never
All the Time
Cooking
Eat Out
Iron Chef
Share: 
About Me

I am a recently divorced 40 yr old woman with a cool, creative, well-behaved (really) 9 yr old boy who lives with me for half of every week. I'm currently looking for a 3BR house to rent in the Denver area and another adult to share costs. Looking to create a positive home environment in a place that has the ample space, some upgraded amenities, yard + garden, garage, etc., that we've formerly enjoyed as a family, but which is next to impossible to afford in Denver as a single parent.

We are social and busy, primarily around my son's schedule, but need and appreciate down/quiet time every day. I'm an empath whose physical space needs relative order (understandable "daily living" aside). I am hopeful to join forces with someone who picks up after themselves w/o drama and can participate in house upkeep with a team-like attitude (aka, like a "grown up" ;) We appreciate up front + communicative behavior!
We love music, watching various shows, movies, sports, creating/making art, playing basketball and other backyard activities, dancing, chilling with our cats, watching/listening to the news, talking about world events, and enjoy the occasional get together. Events we go to around the city are usually art, dance, or music based, but definitely include athletic events of the professional teams here. We like to laugh, share, learn, listen, and watch.
My son is not some screaming obnoxious kiddo prone to meltdowns or other cliched selfish behavior. Yes, he's a kid, but also has some maturity as an only child where he can hold a conversation and/or appropriate relationship with adults in our orbit and older kids without difficulty. He gets along and is inclusive of anyone his age as well, assuming they are cool and just want to play/share the ball/game, whatever.  He is a thoughtful, smart, athletic, vibrant kid whose teachers, coaches, and other parents rave about (I am a lucky Mama).  I attempt to parent in the exact opposite manner I was raised, with deliberate intention.  Hopefully that clicks with some of you who read this . . .

We are politically left--this part is important to whom we potentially share a space. Empathy, decency, inclusivity, and honesty about who you are and how you move through the world means a lot. Providing good examples of those things for my son is important to me, but we don't hold ourselves or others to perfection either. The reality of the world is talked about with frankness (though kid friendly). I aim for joy, but ultimately balance, wherever we live.

 I am a split social/introvert so understand + respect your needs to have your own space and private life, separate from ours. Ideally I would like to find a space that can give us all a sense of privacy in the actual physical layout. Please know I will honor whatever your needs may be in creating healthy boundaries, as I will need to do the same.

Hopefully you are: thoughtful and conscientious, willing to form connections and be included sometimes in meals or other things we have going on inside or outside the house, have a consistent ability to pay rent and utilities, and can honor us with earnest communication--written or spoken. I don't care if you have a weird relationship with your boss or family as I don't think that necessarily dictates who you are as a person. But I do think it's important you can articulate your needs or thoughts as an adult (sans passive-aggressive behavior) so we can all be on the same shared page. I honestly don't care if you're a mad scientist, as long as you can talk with kids as if they are real people. I'm happy to provide a recent former "duplex-mate's" contact info or the written recommendation she's provided about her experience living next to us and in sharing spaces--basement, laundry, yard, garage--including comments on my son in particular). Other roommate or personal references avail as well.

We are LGBTQ+ friendly, open to ppl of any gender identification, ethnicity, or background--my only goal is to create a cooperative, safe, restorative environment and desire that whomever is living with us to participate in that vein.

I am originally from Massachusetts, however have lived throughout Colorado for 26+ years. As my son currently attends a school near Louisiana & South Broadway, I'm looking for housing in central Denver or in the near-surrounding area of his school. Ideally: Baker (the neighborhood where we currently live--80223), Wash Park, West Wash Park, Harvard Gulch, Corey Merrill, University, but also open to City Park, Congress Park, Cheesman, Speer, Capital Hill, Lincoln Park, Auraria, Platt Park, Sloan's Lake, Westwood, Athmar Park, Ruby Hill, Harvey Park, West Colfax, etc.

Regarding COVID: We are happily compliant with CDC recommendations, if not more conservative in that regard due to some compromised health/auto-immune conditions that branched from my having thyroid cancer 9 years ago. We are both vaccinated and boosted. Mask wearing outside of the house in enclosed public spaces is still something we do, though flexible depending on situation or rates of infection. We are hoping to join forces with a housemate who is similarly concerned about their role in helping to slow transmissions of the virus and is of course vaccinated too.
We have 2 indoor/outdoor cats, one young, one old. I have ALWAYS kept a home that did not indicate upon entry that cats lived there--this is really important to me in terms of smell! I vacuum often so cat hair is mitigated, but lint rollers are definitely a part of our lives (I'm happy to share).  Also, I have multiple storage units full of furniture and housewares to use and share.  

Hope to hear from you + combine forces for housing that serves everyone's needs. Looking to get settled for the middle/end of August into September. Much thanks--

Move in Date Aug 2022
Lease Duration 1 Year
Age 40
Occupation Gardener/Home Organizer/Design, Former Art Gallery Assistant, Momma Of 9 Yr Old
Hometown Boston, Ma, Usa
Education Just Short Of Bachelors In Psych/Art History, Will Pursue Graduate School For Art Therapy/Social Work
Relationship Status Single

Available Room for Rent

Looking for housemate to rent 3 BR home with Mother+awesome kid

I am a recently divorced 40 yr old woman with a cool, creative, well-behaved (really) 9 yr old boy who lives with me for half of every week. I'm currently looking for a 3BR house to rent in the Denver area and another adult to share costs. Looking to create a positive home environment in a place that has the ample space, some upgraded amenities, yard + garden, garage, etc., that we've formerly enjoyed as a family, but which is next to impossible to afford in Denver as a single parent.

We are social and busy, primarily around my son's schedule, but need and appreciate down/quiet time every day. I'm an empath whose physical space needs relative order (understandable "daily living" aside). I am hopeful to join forces with someone who picks up after themselves w/o drama and can participate in house upkeep with a team-like attitude (aka, like a "grown up" ;) We appreciate up front + communicative behavior!
We love music, watching various shows, movies, sports, creating/making art, playing basketball and other backyard activities, dancing, chilling with our cats, watching/listening to the news, talking about world events, and enjoy the occasional get together. Events we go to around the city are usually art, dance, or music based, but definitely include athletic events of the professional teams here. We like to laugh, share, learn, listen, and watch.
My son is not some screaming obnoxious kiddo prone to meltdowns or other cliched selfish behavior. Yes, he's a kid, but also has some maturity as an only child where he can hold a conversation and/or appropriate relationship with adults in our orbit and older kids without difficulty. He gets along and is inclusive of anyone his age as well, assuming they are cool and just want to play/share the ball/game, whatever.  He is a thoughtful, smart, athletic, vibrant kid whose teachers, coaches, and other parents rave about (I am a lucky Mama).  I attempt to parent in the exact opposite manner I was raised, with deliberate intention.  Hopefully that clicks with some of you who read this . . .

We are politically left--this part is important to whom we potentially share a space. Empathy, decency, inclusivity, and honesty about who you are and how you move through the world means a lot. Providing good examples of those things for my son is important to me, but we don't hold ourselves or others to perfection either. The reality of the world is talked about with frankness (though kid friendly). I aim for joy, but ultimately balance, wherever we live.

 I am a split social/introvert so understand + respect your needs to have your own space and private life, separate from ours. Ideally I would like to find a space that can give us all a sense of privacy in the actual physical layout. Please know I will honor whatever your needs may be in creating healthy boundaries, as I will need to do the same.

Hopefully you are: thoughtful and conscientious, willing to form connections and be included sometimes in meals or other things we have going on inside or outside the house, have a consistent ability to pay rent and utilities, and can honor us with earnest communication--written or spoken. I don't care if you have a weird relationship with your boss or family as I don't think that necessarily dictates who you are as a person. But I do think it's important you can articulate your needs or thoughts as an adult (sans passive-aggressive behavior) so we can all be on the same shared page. I honestly don't care if you're a mad scientist, as long as you can talk with kids as if they are real people. I'm happy to provide a recent former "duplex-mate's" contact info or the written recommendation she's provided about her experience living next to us and in sharing spaces--basement, laundry, yard, garage--including comments on my son in particular). Other roommate or personal references avail as well.

We are LGBTQ+ friendly, open to ppl of any gender identification, ethnicity, or background--my only goal is to create a cooperative, safe, restorative environment and desire that whomever is living with us to participate in that vein.

I am originally from Massachusetts, however have lived throughout Colorado for 26+ years. As my son currently attends a school near Louisiana & South Broadway, I'm looking for housing in central Denver or in the near-surrounding area of his school. Ideally: Baker (the neighborhood where we currently live--80223), Wash Park, West Wash Park, Harvard Gulch, Corey Merrill, University, but also open to City Park, Congress Park, Cheesman, Speer, Capital Hill, Lincoln Park, Auraria, Platt Park, Sloan's Lake, Westwood, Athmar Park, Ruby Hill, Harvey Park, West Colfax, etc.

Regarding COVID: We are happily compliant with CDC recommendations, if not more conservative in that regard due to some compromised health/auto-immune conditions that branched from my having thyroid cancer 9 years ago. We are both vaccinated and boosted. Mask wearing outside of the house in enclosed public spaces is still something we do, though flexible depending on situation or rates of infection. We are hoping to join forces with a housemate who is similarly concerned about their role in helping to slow transmissions of the virus and is of course vaccinated too.
We have 2 indoor/outdoor cats, one young, one old. I have ALWAYS kept a home that did not indicate upon entry that cats lived there--this is really important to me in terms of smell! I vacuum often so cat hair is mitigated, but lint rollers are definitely a part of our lives (I'm happy to share).  Also, I have multiple storage units full of furniture and housewares to use and share.  

Hope to hear from you + combine forces for housing that serves everyone's needs. Looking to get settled for the middle/end of August into September. Much thanks--

Rent: $1,200
Address: Denver, CO, USA
Type: Home
Furniture: Unfurnished
Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 1.5
Pets: Cat
WASHER/DRYER
WIFI
OUTDOOR DECK
DISHWASHER
PARKING
BACKYARD
My Neighborhood