Over 50? So What! – Season Eleven, Episode One

Matching housemates with households – The Room Xchange – Ludwina Dautovic.

Part of Living Life is having somewhere to live and with the rise in housing prices and lack of rental accommodation, it can be a pretty challenging landscape. We speak again with Ludwina Dautovic, CEO & founder of The Room Xchange Australia’s first verified house sharing platform. We look a bit more closely at how households are matched with housemates. The Room Xchange is a multi-award winning company helping thousands of Australians. All users are verified via Digital iD by Australia Post, profiles make it easy for you to find the right people to house share with based on personality, values and lifestyle. The Room Xchange rent or rent offset options give you the flexibility to create a rental arrangement that suits your needs.

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