Roost is here to help you switch to long-term coliving rentals
Earn 10-30% more than traditional rentals, without Airbnb!
Coliving rentals offer stable, consistent, and reliable income with less wear and tear than short-term rentals.
Investment property ownership, upgraded
Maximize your rental income with less work with Roost
Demand for coliving is growing! Young working professionals are increasingly looking for more affordability + community from their rentals.
Quality Long-Term Tenants
We meticulously vet and background-check applicants to find AAA long-term tenants who will take care of your home.
Peace of Mind
Forget finding new tenants, furnishing, dealing with move-ins, maintenance, and all the other headaches. If you opt for our coliving management services, we can help take care of it all.
Extensive Property Care
If you opt for our coliving management services, our field team cleans your home regularly and actively repairs any tenant-caused damages!
Your ideal property partner
A one-stop shop for maximizing your rental cashflow with stable long-term coliving tenants
We only get paid after your Roost tenants pay you.
Consistent Demand + Income
We receive several applications from potential tenants every day.
Legal + Compliant
We never facilitate short-term rentals and are always building-compliant.
Optional Management Services
Opt-in to have us take care of your property's cleaning, furnishing, or more.
We prompt all tenants to show proof of insurance before move in.
We're always here to help with any questions or concerns you have.
“My experience working with Roost has been delightful! The team is very responsive and has put my mind at ease so I can go on with my day without worrying about my unit.”
Owais J, Roost Landlord since Mar’19
“Roost has been an excellent partner in the rental process! Management has been very helpful and professional throughout the term of our contract - always a pleasure!”
Greg R, Roost Landlord since Jun’19
“Roost guarantees landlords two years of rent and ‘no hassles’ finding tenants and…”
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