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Interesting money Q&A

Q: Is the rent cheaper than living alone?

A: Regarding rentIt seems that there are many places that are a little cheaper than the market price of single-person properties in the same area. However, there are many people who start living in a share house because they feel that the benefits include having a functional kitchen and being able to prepare furniture and home appliances without any hassle. Some properties are equipped with more luxurious facilities, such as space for hobbies, and the rent is the same as or higher than the average rent for a single person. One of the benefits is that the initial cost is low, as there is no need for brokerage fees, security deposits, or key money.

Q: How do I pay the utility bill?

A: At Kinoko Club, there is a common area fee.asTenants pay a fixed amount each month along with the rent. Since each payment is made by the management company, you don't have to go through the procedures yourself, so it's easy.

Q: Who buys the furniture and home appliances that everyone uses?

A: The main furniture and home appliances that will be shared, such as the TV and table in the living room, and the refrigerator in the kitchen, are prepared in advance by the management and operating company. In addition, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, sofas, chairs, etc. are already installed in the share house. If what we have available is not enough, we may consult with the management/operating company, or the residents may pool their money to purchase it. In most cases, you will be required to provide your own private room with the exception of the minimum furniture and appliances.

Q&A about the rooms and facilities you are interested in

Q: How many toilets and baths are there?

A: Girls are especially concerned about this!Actually, the number of facilities varies depending on the property. As expected, the larger the property (the more residents there are), the more toilets and baths there will be. Basically, the standard is one for four people.

Q: What are the facilities in the private room?

A: Private rooms are approximately 4.5 to 7 tatami mats in size, but we also have spacious rooms that are over 8 tatami mats in size. The initial equipment is a bed, curtains, and electricity in every room. Also, depending on the room, there may or may not be storage space, so the initial equipment will vary depending on the room, such as an attached storage box, shelf, or desk. Find your favorite room!!

Q: Do I have to use the bath or toilet at the same time?

A: Morning and evening hours tend to overlap, so if you move in, you may not be able to use it at your preferred time. However, since most properties have a number of units depending on the number of people living in them, and the living hours of each resident are different, I don't think you need to worry too much.

Q: Is the privacy of the private room okay?

A: The door to each private room has a lock, so no one can enter your room without permission. When I want to be alone, I eat my meals in my room, and sometimes I stay in my room all day and immerse myself in my work or hobbies.

Q: Who cleans the kitchen and bathroom?

A: The basic premise is that each individual takes care of the item on a daily basis, keeping in mind that ``clean it up after you use it'' and ``clean it up if it gets dirty.'' In addition, each share house takes turns to take out the trash, vacuum, and work together to keep the house clean. We also hire a cleaning company to conduct regular cleaning checks.

Q: What do I have to prepare myself?

A: Basically, all share houses come with furniture and home appliances. So, if you don't have a lot of luggage, you may only need a piece of cardboard! Please bring your own clothes and other things you won't be able to do without. Check out what kind of equipment is included during the preview! In terms of daily life, each person has their own favorite bath goods (shampoo, conditioner, face wash, bath mat), laundry goods (drying clothes, hangers, detergent), etc. Please prepare.

Q: Who buys the consumables for the shared space?

A: Consumables for shared spaces (mainlyKitchen utensils, toilet paper, garbage bags, detergent for cleaning various areas, etc.) must be purchased by the residents of the share house. The rules vary depending on each share house, such as having everyone donate a few hundred yen each month and dividing the amount spent by the number of people, so be sure to check when you tour the house.

Q&A about sharemates you may be interested in

Q: What is the age group of users?

A: The age range varies depending on the share house, but overall, the majority of people are in their 20s to 30s.


Q: What is your occupation?

A: In shared houses in Narita City, the overwhelming majority of people work at Narita Airport. We all work at different companies and in different jobs, but we all seem to have similar topics in a sense, and we don't have daily conversations such as consultations and girl talk.

Q: Do you eat and play together?

A: Daily meals vary depending on the time of day, and the location may be the living room or your room. Of course, if the time coincides, we may enjoy meals and drinks together. We also often hold parties and events once a month or when new people move in. The frequency and content of communication will vary depending on the share house, so consider carefully when considering moving in!


Q: Do you have any fights or troubles?

A: Problems may arise if you live under the same roof every day, such as ``the kitchen is not used properly'' or ``noisy noise is made in the middle of the night.'' Each share house has its own rules that make it easy to live in, so I think it's rare for us to get into fights or get into trouble. It is best to resolve the issue between the tenants, but if things do not go well, the management will listen to your concerns, so there is no need to worry.

Interesting contract Q&A

Q: Do I need a joint guarantor?

A: Students and minors need a joint guarantor.

Adults generally don't need it, but in case of an emergency or trouble, it is necessary to have contact information for someone other than yourself, such as a relative.

Q: What documents are required for application and contract?

A: Generally, you will be asked to present the following.

・Copy of identification card (driver's license, health insurance card, passport, etc.)

·signature stamp

・Person's mobile phone number and email address

・Emergency contact information other than the person himself/herself and proof of consent of the joint guarantor

·Initial cost

Q: What if I want to move out during the contract?

A: Of course it's OK..We will inform you at the time of signing the contract, but if you let us know at least one month before you plan to move out, you can cancel the contract smoothly.However, please note that if you move out at the last minute, you will not be able to get a refund of the settlement fee at the time of departure.

Q: Can I move to another room in the same share house?

A: If the room you want is vacant, we can accommodate you.

However, since you will be signing a new contract, you will have to pay the amount and then re-contract, and there will be an initial fee.


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