Frequently Asked Questions
We put together this FAQ to help you better understand how Cohabs works. If you’re a current member and have questions about your experience, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
All the information were accurate at the time of this post - January 2018.
About the concept
Coliving is a modern form of housing where residents share living space and a set of interests, values, and intentions. It’s a new take on an old idea, imagined by a millennial generation that values things like openness and collaboration, social networking, and the sharing economy.
Cohabs houses are all composed of private rooms and common spaces such as a kitchen, a living room and a dining room to facilitate communication between members.
Everyone can apply. Most of our members are working professionals between 22 and 30 years old.
Right now, Cohabs is composed by 102 members coming from all around the world, from the chilly ice lands of Canada to the sunny beaches of Rio. Most of our members are curious and open-minded, they’re just looking for new opportunities to connect and learn new things.Our community
Different type of events are organized every month for or by the members. It can be a movie night, a yoga class, a poker tournament, a citizen initiative, a soccer game or simply a dinner.
In addition to the accommodation, every member can get a monthly subscription service that handles their grocery shopping, laundry, dry cleaning and room cleaning so they can spend their time doing the things they love. This is not included in the rent.
About your stay
You first have to apply online to verify room availability. If we have a room available at the date you’re looking for, you'll be contacted by our Community Manager to schedule a tour.
Our memberships are all-inclusive. The price you see is the price you will pay. On average, the pricing for a room is around 680€. In addition to the rent, we ask for a 2 months deposit that we pay back once you move-out.
The rent will be either automatically taken from your account or you can do it manually each month. In the later case, you will have to do so before the 5th of the ongoing month.
Beyond living & connecting with an open-minded community, a membership includes:
• all common groceries
• a fully-furnished room
• large and well-decorated common spaces
• a tech-friendly environment : Nuki, Ring, Spotify, Sonos, Apple TV, HDTV, Smart thermostat, Wi-Fi
• all utilities
• weekly cleaning of the common spaces
• monthly events
The check in and the check out are done through an application with your House Manager. In case of damages in the room, the amount for the reparation will be retained from your deposit. In case of damages in the common spaces, the amount for the reparation will be split between the people currently living in the house.
A House Manager is a peer-elected member who is responsible for maintaining the good condition of the house and the well-being of the other members. Each house has it’s own House Manager.
The minimum length of a stay is 6 months while the maximum is 3 years.
Yes, as long as there is a free room. Moreover, you have priority over people not in the Cohabs network yet.
You can do pretty much what you want in your room as long as you give it back the way you found it.
You can notify it directly in the Cohabs application.
Yes, as long as your housemates agree with it. Once in a house, the House Manager will be your referent.
Every member get access to our dedicated Cohabs application. Within the application, you will be able to report an incident or add a wish for your house.
No. Cohabs houses are designed for a single use of the room.
We don’t have private parkings for any of the houses.
Cohabs don’t impose any curfew on it’s houses but we count on our members to respect the neighborhood.