Crystal35 years oldSomeone easy going and that we can get along. I keep things clean and am very respectful....
Catie26 years oldHello, my name is Catie, I'm looking for a room with a budget of $1,050 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Catie...
brooke38 years oldHello, my name is brooke, I'm looking for a room with a budget of $500 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, brooke...
Gailen46 years oldI’m a very youthful 40+ educated, stylish and very likable Black Woman with a middle class upbringing. I’m easy going ,open minded, respectful, considerate and peaceful. I live an...
Mely32 years olda room with a private bath in the midtown/downtown/heights/montrose area in Houston, TX. I enjoy reading, art, music, whiskey, and working out. I don't smoke or do drugs and I'm a...
Melissa41 years oldClean 1 bedroom 1 bath...
Bella31 years oldHello, my name is Bella, I'm looking for a room with a budget of $700 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Bella...
Robert37 years oldHello, my name is Robert, I'm looking for a room with a budget of $500 per month. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Robert...
Rent a room in Houston
Houston has come a long way from the oil town of the 60’s with the city reinventing itself as the home of people hailing from 148 countries. According to annual surveys by Houston’s own Rice University, the diversity of the city’s population has surpassed all other metropolitan areas in the United States since 2012. No matter what stage of life you are in, living with roommates in Houston is not just about cheap rooms and this is especially true here. Most residents spend less than 30% of their income on housing costs. What’s more, those costs can be even lower if you take advantage of rooms for rent in shared living situations. Professionals are increasingly searching roommate wanted listings. By living with those who are pursuing the arts or who know the hot spots, you can peek into a completely different world existing parallel to the daily grind. After all, Houston is a breeding ground for arts and culture, the home of 128 performing arts companies and organizations from all disciplines.Creatives can find a roommate who is like-minded or who is completely different for inspiration.
Living in the city center or ‘inside the loop’, you can take advantage of truly modern urban features like bicycle lanes and public transportation. Or rent a room in Houston’s Upper Kirby and take its quaint charms. University students, academics, researchers, and anyone who appreciate a beautiful, upscale environment can rent a room in Rice Village. This area boasts several universities, such as the University of Houston, Rice University and the Darryl & Lori Schroeder park with the business college. The Historical District is another magnet for students in Houston with its sidewalks cafes and pubs. For those who prefer a futuristic urban vibe, use our roommate finder service to find rooms to rent at Greenway Plaza, the city’s first completely planned mixed residential commercial complex. Another example is CityCentre in the up and coming Memorial Corridor neighborhood. The EasyRoommate roommate finder service connects you with people who support your personal development.
Contrasting with the urban experience in its city center, the huge sprawl that is greater Houston has something to offer to people of all pursuits. Against the background of innovation by the NASA Space Program, Houston now attracts new graduates, inventors, immigrants, and artists in droves. There is ample space for projects even in the most accessible and popular neighborhoods. Makers and artists can enjoy a rich cultural experience in the historical East End, aka EaDo with its diverse residents. Find rooms for rent in The Heights, the original planned community and hot spot for culture and arts in the city. Others may like living in the equally eclectic and historic Montrose a bit more. Our roommate finder service gives insight into prospective roommates so you can build and live in a community that supports your endeavors. Find or post roommate wanted ads in the most upscale neighborhoods like River Oaks and Spring Branch for the unlikely juxtaposition of luxury and community.
For those who are searching for rooms for rent in Houston with partners, friends, family members, or companion animals, EasyRoommate lists thousands of accommodations ideal for multiple occupants. Use our roommate finder service to find rooms for rent according to your specific search criteria. Browse or post roommates wanted in Houston ads for sought-after neighborhoods like Briargrove, a family-oriented neighborhood conveniently located within city limits booming with new homes and with access to a great elementary school. Animals and their humans will love Tanglewood for its natural beauty and location within the city; enjoy walks among stunning oak groves with the convenience of a short commute to the Galleria. Or try looking for roommates in the Washington Corridor; situated adjacent to Memorial Park, both families and professionals call this neighborhood their home.
- Addicks average room rent $417
- Belknap Acres average room rent $800
- Bordersville average room rent $556
- Briarforest average room rent $536
- Copperfield Place average room rent $606
- Fourth Ward average room rent $904
- Lincoln Green East average room rent $554
- Rice Military average room rent $1,125
- Ridgemont average room rent $581
- Southbelt/Ellington average room rent $602
- Atascocita average room rent $512
- Jersey Village average room rent $582
- Klein average room rent $509
- League City average room rent $545
- Mission Bend average room rent $525
- Missouri City average room rent
- Pearland average room rent $673
- South Houston average room rent
- Spring average room rent $581
- Stafford average room rent $668