Sylvie Luyckx
Leïla Saoud

We are two friends who worked together on a university project about flatsharing in Brussels.

After interviewing numerous flatmates (new and old), we noticed that a lot of people move out because they don’t get along with their flatmates, for lack of taking the time to choose them well. Flatsharing can then be synonymous with discovery but also with disappointment. It’s therefore very important to talk before choosing flatmates to make sure you’re on the same wavelength.

Unfortunately, finding a flatmate is a long and tedious process: you have to browse through dozens of ads online and then travel all around town to visit the flatshares. Often, for lack of time, people choose their flatmate at the last minute.

Our mission is to help people create harmonious flatshares by allowing them to meet in a friendly environment!