PadSplit aligns incentives between workers in need of affordable housing, property owners seeking socially responsible investments, and communities looking to reduce traffic and provide workforce housing.
PadSplit is the best and most affordable way to find a place to live! For one low weekly price, Members get a private room with furniture, utilities, internet and laundry usage. There’s no minimum credit score needed to apply, and Members don’t have to sign long-term leases. We make it easy to find an affordable place to live without breaking the bank.
Living in a PadSplit is different from traditional rentals. Members only pay one bill every week (or sometimes every two weeks), and it covers a private furnished room, all utilities, and free credit reporting. To be approved, you don’t need a minimum credit score, and you won’t have to pay a big security deposit. PadSplit reports Membership payments to help our Members build their credit histories and improve their credit scores. Through our partnership with Esusu , 95% of PadSplit Members have seen an improvement in their credit score. On average, Members save $420 a month while living in a PadSplit and have purchased a car or paid off credit card and student loan debt.
PadSplit Members can save hundreds of dollars compared with traditional rentals. When you live in a PadSplit, you pay one bill every week (or sometimes every two weeks) which covers your rent, utilities, and free perks like credit reporting and telehealth services. Not only are you saving money, but you’re building your credit history with each on-time payment. Check out our Member Savings Calculator to see how much you can save.
Your weekly payment covers utilities like electricity, water, heating, and waste management, and wireless internet at no cost to you. All PadSplit homes come equipped with wireless internet at no extra cost to you. At many homes, there is free on-site parking available. As a Member, you’ll also have access to free 24/7 telemedicine services and credit reporting.
Most PadSplit homes come with a variety of places to park, including a driveway, a carport or street spots. Please note that there are no assigned parking spots. Occasionally, a Host may restrict vehicles if the maximum number of vehicles at a property is reached. If a PadSplit is restricting vehicles, it will be visible in a room’s listing before booking. If the room you book allows you to bring a vehicle, you are only allowed to bring one vehicle and you must follow our parking rules. Violations are subject to our Three Keys Policy and/or towing. Click here to learn more about parking.
To keep your housing affordable, PadSplit homes are shared by approved Members. All Members must pass a background check before moving into a PadSplit, and you can learn more about potential PadMates from their Roommate Profiles on the property listing pages.
In most PadSplits, the Members of the home are responsible for cleaning and purchasing cleaning supplies. Talk to your housemates about a cleaning schedule and how best to share this responsibility and cost. What does a clean home mean?
The sink is always empty and the stove is always spotless.
Every time you use a dish, pan or utensil, clean it, dry it and put it away. Want to soak something? Heat it up and clean it instead.
Clean up any splatters on the stove immediately. Put away pots and pans that aren’t in use.
Shared bathrooms must be kept clean at all times.
No foreign objects may be thrown in the toilets or sinks at any time. This includes, but is not limited to, feminine products, wet wipes, packaging, dental floss and hair. Fixing clogged toilets and sinks can run to several hundred dollars and these costs will be passed through directly to members.
All trash must be thrown in the proper receptacle. Please take out trash before the receptacle gets too full.
All trash must be placed in the proper outside trash bin. Outside trash bins need to be pulled to the curb on trash day and pulled back to the home after pickup.