Room.me Wants To Prevent You From Getting Stuck With Horrible Roommates

Room.me Wants To Prevent You From Getting Stuck With Horrible Roommates

By Sarah Buhr Roommate matching platform Room.me is launching in San Francisco today to help all the new people moving to the tech capital match up with people they might actually like living with. The Bay Area is experiencing a serious population boom – some estimates put San Francisco at an upward trajectory of more than 10,000 people per year. Not only does that mean fewer houses available… Read More

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