House share for the over 40s
A house share or flat share when you're older makes just as much sense financially and socially as when you're younger. We'll help you find a room to rent in a house share or flat share with like-minded mature housemates – for a long-term share, or as a Monday to Friday lodger.
It's people that matter ...
A successful flat share or house share isn't just about the room, it's also about the people you live with. In fact, in longer-term shares, who you live can often be the most important thing. That goes for the live-in landlord as much as the housemate or lodger.
It is free to add a room. You can detail not only the room, but also the sort of lodger or housemate you are looking for.
Alternatively, if you are looking for a room, you can advertise yourself as a housemate. Tell others what you would be like as a housemate and what you're looking for.
We help live-in landlords find mature lodgers
"I am glad to say I found a tenant using your service. Very pleased with the people on this site. I wish I had known before about your site." Catherine, Dulwich
"Thanks for your help. Deciding to have a lodger was a bit daunting, so was pleased to find Cohabitas." Angie, Manchester
“I wanted to say to you that I have been very happy with the two lodgers I have had through cohabitas and your whole way of doing things has worked very well for me. I’ll probably be looking again quite soon for a midweek lodger for 3 or 4 nights a week. Your information and advice messages are very helpful.”
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How it Works
Everyone on Cohabitas is interested in sharing a home - you just have to find the right match. List your house sharing preferences and then keep the room or housemate listing up-to-date, to get best results.
Successful house sharing
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House share advice
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Flatshare viewing checklist - how to find the best match for a flatmate and the way you prefer to share. Room viewing checklist.
Looking for something else? Just register for free and you can use the search facility in the News & Inspiration section (only for logged in users)
We recommend www.spareroom.co.uk for all young professionals, students and Millennials looking for a flat share or house share. Cohabitas is only for over 40s (mature over 35's accepted too), so rooms advertised and housemates looking for buddy-ups on this site are not suitable under this age.
Cohabitas is a house share website, featuring house shares, flatshares and roomshares for over 40s. So, if you are a live-in landlord, tenant or a lodger in your 40s, 50s or 60s or older, this is the place to find new housemates.
New to flatshare? - Start here to get initial advice about the options available and to understand better what each alternative offers. Whether it is a longer term house share or Monday to Friday house share, we know that people matter most.