KQ Success Tips: How to Create a Coliving Home That's ALWAYS FULL!

Here at Kindred Quarters, we’re lucky to have a constant waiting list of excited applicants. For those of you that are thinking about starting your own coliving home, here are some valuable hacks for how to keep it booked all the time!


It’s one thing to create the perfect coliving property, but keeping it consistently packed with residents is another. No matter what type of home experience you’re creating for guests, it’s important that the home stays full! There are lots of ways to do this, but today we’ll go over the best and most effective methods for reaching this goal. Most of this centers on offering amazing events that attract the right people and the ideal ways to organize them! Let’s get started.

1. Plan a Specific Event

Set a date for an event and be particular about the theme and goal that you have in mind. This will set the tone for the food, decor, and vibe of the entire thing! Once you’ve set goals for the event, you can strategize the best ways to attract the people you want. The more specific, the better!


2. Invest in the Experience

It’s definitely important to be economical, but don’t scrimp too much on these events! Decide what’s most important (the food the drinks, the amenities, etc.) and make sure that element is amazing. This is the time where you’re able to make a first impression on prospective residents, so keep in mind that you want to put your best foot forward. It should be an experience they won’t forget!

3. Quality Company

Aim for quality over quantity when it comes to attendance. It’s much more beneficial for you to have 20 people who are like-minded and can have great conversation than a full room packed with 100 people who aren’t serious about it. Guests who come to the event are far more likely to become residents when they’ve had meaningful interactions with others there. The people at the event represent your home, so you want to be sure that it’s being portrayed the best way possible.

4. Get Into Gifting

Keep yourself on their minds by leaving people with a little present to remember you by. This will not only make them feel special, but also ensures that you make a lasting impression. It doesn’t have to be anything big or costly, but make it feel personal. Individualized gifts are a great way to make your mark without breaking the bank.

5. Key Members

Consider adding certain people to the event who will raise visibility and attract the right crowd. Maybe you know someone who would be a great speaker of performer that will enhance the experience-- whatever it is, including important individuals is a great way to draw a larger crowd of guests which enhances your ability to fill the home and get it on their radar.

6. Close the Loop

Just because the event is over doesn’t mean your work is done. Be sure to follow up with everyone that attended in order to get some real results. This will allow you to get personal feedback and actually turn people into residents to fill the home. Consider making mental (or literal) notes throughout the event that you can weave into the follow-up to make it personalized.

If you do all these things, you’re on the best possible track to filling up your home ASAP. Not only will it be booked into the future, but it will also house great people who know what the property is all about. Your space deserves to succeed, and these tips will help you do it!

Want to start your own perfect coliving home from scratch? Check out our 90-Day Program which teaches you exactly how to achieve coliving success (and eliminate rent) from this point forward.

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7 Things You MUST Do to Run a Successful Coliving Home

When you set out to start a coliving space, you’re probably motivated by the exciting promise of a bonded tribe, affordable amenities, business expansion, and the potential for cost-free rent. While all these (and more) are totally possible, they can only be met by implementing smart methods. By taking in these quick pointers, you can create the BEST possible home that’s set up for optimal success. And that’s exactly what we’re striving for, right?

1) Home Heuristics


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Drill it into your brain that your space needs to fit certain criteria and doesn’t have to fall into others. For example, your home doesn’t necessarily need to be the nicest one out there, but you definitely want it in a safe area. Prioritize that over the curb appeal and amenities, because those can be changed!

2) The Right Residents


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Be sure to choose quality people to occupy the home. These individuals should add value and follow your mission & vision for the space. Don’t rush to fill rooms if the people residing in them aren’t a good fit. The people make the home, so take this part seriously because it’s definitely top priority.

3) Social Strategies


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Don’t hesitate to post actual photos and events on social media to entice more applicants. This is an awesome way to generate buzz and give people a feel for what the place is like. Be sure to always run a priority waiting list for occupancy, even if you are fully occupied. This makes sure that you never have empty spaces costing you money.

4) Reasonable Rules


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Lay out guidelines framed as ‘Resident & Guest Commitments’. This sounds better way than ‘HOUSE RULES’, right? Regardless, you need to have these in place so that everyone is on the same page. We’re happy to share ours for Kindred Quarters as an example if you need some realistic ideas.

5) Extra Events


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Hosting events is the BEST WAY to recruit more residents and guests for your home as well as get to know the right people who fit the space. Go ahead and post the event publicly on sites like Meetup.com and Facebook to reach out to more of the public around your area. Be sure to personalize the event postings with the right language to attract your target audience.

6) Take Time


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Designating time to bond with the others around you is important! Have a weekly dinner with your housemates on a set day each week to build your rapport and deepen the relationships between you all. This time can not only be used to address individual challenges in each of your businesses and professional lives, but also works as great bonding opportunities.

7) Tap into Technology


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So much amazing tech is out there to make your life easier nowadays. Why not use all these innovations to your advantage? Google Calendar, Trello, and Facebook Messenger are just a few which will streamline your systems and improve efficiency. All are great tools to hack together to run your home at top quality. These digital tools also allow you to find (and be found) by other prospective members who would be perfect for your tribe.

*NOTE: Speaking of tech actually, we are currently developing KNDRD, a global all-in-one coliving software which we will offer to the public!

**Also, our book, The Coliving Code, is now available on Amazon.com! It offers tons more details on how you can find your tribe, share resources, and design your life. This is a must-have for any of you hoping to organize a thriving coliving space! We also have our 90-Day Program which persoally teaches you exactly how to achieve coliving success (and eliminate rent) for the rest of your life.

The Generation Y and Millennial Response to Coliving

As we enter a period of vast redefinition in technology and industry, the presence of Generation Y/Millennials in the workforce has remained a constant stream of power. This decade of individuals, born in the 1980s-1990s (although the specific dates vary), are frequently situated at the forefront of professional success. They exhibit a firm grasp on what it means to thrive and innovate in a shifting society, especially when it comes to paving the way for new entrepreneurial advancements.

However, less attention is given to how this group tends to operate in their personal life. What do they find most important? What are their aspirations? What do they want out of a home and relationship? We’re about to explore these trends and find out how they tie into the coliving movement.

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In many ways, Generation Y is reimagining what a full life means. Gone is the large-scale desire to marry young and start a huge family — instead, they exhibit a yearning for self-sufficiency, imagination, and experiences. This means that Gen Y and Millennials aim to travel and rotate their location constantly, trading routine for adventure. Not only are trips taken more frequently by these individuals, but also for longer periods of time. This means that alternative residence options such as coliving become ideal preferences to suit this exploratory lifestyle.

However, this is not to say that relationships aren’t valued. In fact, Gen Y/Millennials show an increasing propensity to live with others, recognizing the value of interactions and connections that come alongside it. In fact, the rate of this generation living with housemates has gone up by 39% from 2005 to 2015 — and this isn’t just a response to the cost of living. For this group, coliving provides a viable way to accommodate independence while retaining bonds with others.

With the tendency for Gen Y/Millennials to pursue varied career options aside from a typical 9–5, their idea of work has also shifted. Among pioneering their own businesses and operating within a freelance economy, the value of contacts and surroundings has taken first priority. What does this mean for a home? It tells us that this group realizes how much potential a space can hold. Working from home, brainstorming with fellow entrepreneurs, and accessing advanced resources are all elements that no longer need to be found outside the house, and this generation is taking advantage of it.

It’s clear that the Gen Y and Millennial crowd has shaken up the traditional format of life’s trajectory for the better. With the ability to construct their own definition of happiness, seek more gratifying modes of play and travel, and maintain attention to personal relationships, coliving offers these individuals a way to thrive to the fullest extent. As coliving continues to gain traction, it will be fascinating to see how the future of this process takes hold.

Interested in starting your own perfect coliving home from scratch? Check out our 90-Day Program which teaches you exactly how to achieve coliving success (and eliminate rent) for the rest of your life.

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Playa Vista’s Desirability and a Solution to its Ever-Rising Rent

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The Playa Vista neighborhood, situated strategically in the LA area slightly outside of downtown and minutes from the airport, has recently exploded in popularity. Young professionals, entrepreneurs, and families have all flocked to the area in pursuit of its attractiveness, walkability, nonexistent commute, and (most importantly) business stronghold.

Such crazy expansion in Playa Vista is no coincidence — businesses recognize its ability to shop, work, and play in the same compact place. However, such clout has come with a price. With key tech players including Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and YouTube setting up shop here, the cost of securing a living space has gone through the roof (pun intended)! In its interview with Cypress Equity Investments CFO Alla Sorochinsky, Bisnow confirmed that “the more jobs that we’re going to see coming into Silicon Beach — it just keeps growing and growing and growing — the more pressure there’s going to be on housing”. For all of us in an already pricey location, this is bad news. We feel the pain, and hard.

Until now, no real solutions have existed for residents to live in this desirable environment without paying a painful chunk of income. But this is all about to change! Investors and entrepreneurs are exploring the vast potential of coliving in the area to solve soaring rent while keeping the location and networks which remain so important. In an area that’s rethinking the idea of space into a shared concept with interactive value, communal productivity areas like WeWork have gained amazing traction but haven’t yet transitioned to the home. The coliving model offers this same dynamic of high amenities, high engagement with key individuals, and high flexibility at a price that is kept doable.

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All in all, major companies are already making huge investments toward new coliving ventures. However, these are still a long way off from being fully established enough to move in anytime soon. For those who don’t want to wait or would just rather fix it for themselves, the ability to create a coliving home already exists! While it may need some guidance from those who have already tested the process, running your own coliving home can allow you to personalize every part of a space and say goodbye to the stress of rent costs for the rest of your life. Our world is quickly changing, and with these challenges come viable (and thrivable) solutions!

Want to start your own perfect coliving home from scratch? Check out our 90-Day Program which teaches you exactly how to achieve coliving success (and eliminate rent) from this point forward.

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What’s Their Secret? The Bird SOARS with Growth in Key Cities

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If you’ve been to major cities in the US, it’s hard not to notice the Bird: an electric scooter service that you can locate, retrieve, and leave anywhere along your short-distance journeys of the city. Based on a sharing economy, the Bird only requires an App to locate and unlock the nearest one, only to leave behind at your leisure for the next retriever. It’s been well received by not only tourists but also plenty of native residents wanting to go from one place to another without the strain of city traffic or parking stress. Let’s explore what exactly it is about the Bird that makes it so popular, plus what they indicate about the cities in which they’ve built their nests.

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For the brief time that the Bird has been around, it’s grown impressively fast and likely won’t be flying away anytime soon. We shouldn’t act surprised, though. With Southern California’s unbeatable weather and hubs of LA and San Diego, the Bird makes it easy to adventure through endless destinations like Playa and Venice with minimal hassle. With no need to drop the Bird off anywhere specific, users can take a relaxed approach and experience new areas or impromptu plans. Even locals with easy access to cars are ditching auto travel in favor of this more flexible (and not to mention exciting!!) alternative.

The rise of this new transportation leads us to realize that things are changing faster than expected. In the locations that the Bird has taken hold, there are some similarities: these forward-thinking places are innovative, creative, and sites of imagination. Resident users across these cities are noting the importance of PLAY IN THEIR LIVES alongside HACKS for efficiency, which is exactly where the Bird comes in.

You could certainly say that the Bird is about saving energy, money, gas, space, and time. But when all is said and done, it’s really about having FUN! And we can all agree that, at the end of the day, that’s the most important thing of all :-)

The Trend of Single Dwellers (And How it Actually Points Toward Coliving)

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Single dwellers are on the rise. As attraction to cities shows no sign of stopping, young people in particular are consciously deciding that they are more than willing to shell out some extra dollars in exchange for an individual space located in the urban core. This desire to be at the center of city bustle reflects an ever-present craving for the interaction, inspiration, and overall satisfaction that cities often provide. However, although this increase in living alone may initially seem to point in a direction opposite to coliving, a closer look into the details of these decisions shows that it is a probable next step. Read on to learn about the primary reasons why:

1. Single Dwellers Still Crave Closeness to Others

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Although they may opt for a space of their own, singletons aren’t looking for isolation. Their decision to live alone is coupled alongside the affinity to spend plenty of time out and about, engaging with others and the world around them. This lone space simply provides a site for individuals to decompress before returning to their activities. In this manner, single dwellers in cities operate in a similar way to coliving spaces already — they sleep and unwind in their personal room but are otherwise committed to cultivating professional and social networks elsewhere.


2. The Desire for Personal Space, But Not a Lot of It

Single dwellers have shown that they’re certainly willing to trade space for location. While some take this commitment further than others with the rise of micro-apartments, coliving shows that this sacrifice doesn’t have to be so significant. In a shared home, residents still maintain this privacy of a single space by having their own room, but also enjoy the benefits of diversity and interplay that remains essential to them.


3. Careful With Their Dollars

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With the ever-rising cost of rent, especially in cities, residents know that budgeting is their best friend. At the same time, single dwellers don’t want to compromise privacy by bringing others into the same room — and shouldn’t have to. Coliving offers a feasible solution the sting of astronomical rent prices while holding onto of the basic priorities that lead individuals to seek their own home in the first place. The sharing of certain spaces while having others remain private helps to keep costs down at no spatial sacrifice.


4. Seeking Lifestyle Similarities

One of the main reasons that those who live alone opt for this type of housing is because they fear clashing with others who do not align with themselves. In other words, single dwellers want to freely practice their own lifestyle without encountering the potential problems that come with an unsuccessful pairing. At the same time, the desire to connect with others and surround oneself with activity remains central. Luckily, coliving meets these needs by not only maintaining personal spaces but also offering high selectivity of candidates to ensure that residents not only fit one another, but feel a continued sense of individual freedom as well.

Clearly, single dwellers are onto something when it comes to what they find most important. It just so happens that their guiding desires also fit perfectly into those of coliving as well. It will be no surprise that the future of cities takes its next step into this modern dimension.


Interested in starting your own perfect coliving home from scratch? Check out our 90-Day Program which teaches you exactly how to achieve coliving success (and eliminate rent) for the rest of your life.

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Inside Look: Kindred Quarters Opens 1st Home in Los Angeles

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KQ is officially in LA and we could not be more excited about it! Our residents will be hustling, growing their companies, and networking in gorgeous Playa del Rey, just minutes from the water.

Playa Del Rey is right next to Playa Vista, which is your destination for coastal cool living, stylish architecture, and a thriving community on LA’s Westside. This is where open space, parks, dining, entertainment, stunning homes and a creative tech hub all come together. Known as Silicon Beach, it’s one of the most sought after places to live and is home to more than 500 tech startup companies, including Google, Snapchat, YouTube, BuzzFeed, Facebook, and Salesforce.

The location is also just 10 minutes from LAX, the beach, Abbot Kinney Blvd, happening dining spots, and so much more. But enough about the incredible area and let’s get to the house itself, which to be honest is more of a compound! The fully-furnished home is an entrepreneur's dream, featuring huge coworking spaces, a backyard perfect for entertaining and hosting networking events, and so much more. Take a look!

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Like what you see? You can start your own perfect coliving home from scratch with our 90-Day Program, which teaches you exactly how to achieve coliving success (and eliminate rent) from this point forward.

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California Coliving: 5 of Our Favorites

OK, so you’re currently reading this and thinking “If Kindred Quarters is a coliving company, why are they writing about other coliving companies?” Well, the answer is simple! We LOVE coliving anndddd we can’t exactly house millions of people (though we wish we could!).

More than that, and just like most entrepreneurs, we believe in abundance and not scarcity. We want everyone to love and believe in coliving as much as we do, even if that means you are not living in a Kindred Quarters home. We are so ecstatic to see other coliving spaces continue to pop up all over the world and love seeing the different vibes and housemates each location attracts. We found some incredible other companies with homes in California we wanted to share, but of course, we are still going to put ourselves first on this list!

Kindred Quarters

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Kindred Quarters is coliving created by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. There’s currently two locations, the company’s inaugural location in San Diego, and the first LA location just opened, a $2-million stunner in Playa del Rey. Kindred Quarters boasts gorgeous, fully-furnished homes, a personal assistant and private chef to take care of just about everything, epic networking parties, weekly Mastermind meetings, monthly Mastermind dinners and more. This is pretty much the entrepreneurs dream: An all-inclusive co-living experience with like-minded entrepreneurs and the opportunity for exponential network expansion & a fast track for success.

Where: San Diego & Los Angeles (expecting to have more national locations and be international by the end of the year)

Price: Prices are all inclusive (range based on size of bedroom)

San Diego — $2,400-$4,000

Los Angeles — $2,900-$4,900

Housemate Capacity: Ranges from 4–8

Housemate Type: Kindred Quarters is currently coliving for entrepreneurs making at least six figures annually in gross revenues.

Instagram: @KindredQuarters

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kindredquarters/

Website: https://www.kindredquarters.com/



The OpenDoor houses are some of the coolest homes we’ve seen. The company currently has three properties, all in Northern California. “The Farmhouse is a beautiful 19th century Victorian mansion…The Canopy community exists to support knowledge sharing and creative empowerment for residents and the broader community alike. The Euclid Manor feels like a page out of a Sherlock Holmes novel.”

OpenDoor is also opening two Portland locations (Bryce Street Coliving & The Forge) this Fall, which already look just as epic as their current ones.

Where: Oakland & Berkeley (Portland coming soon)

Price: N/A

Housemate Capacity: 11–16

Housemate Type: OpenDoor attracts residents from all walks of life, and we love it. “Residents include a biologist, social justice advocate, herbalist and immersive experience designer.”

Instagram: @OddGroup

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/opendoor.coliving

Website: opendoor.io/


Aviato Club

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Aviato Club boasts stellar locations in Los Angeles County, including Hollywood, West Hollywood and Burbank. Their homes are fully furnished and offers the option of staying for a week, a month and more, which is perfect for the digital nomad or traveling entrepreneur.

Where: Hollywood, West Hollywood, Burbank, San Francisco

Price: LA: $175 — $245/week & $685 — $850/month

San Francisco: $280/week & $899 — $925/month

Housemate Capacity: Rooms are shared and most homes can house minimum 10 people.

Housemate Type: Aviato seems to attract a younger group that includes a lot of tech professionals.

Instagram: @AviatoClub

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aviato.club

Website: http://www.aviato.club/



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Common’s vision and execution is anything but common: “Common is creating better living through convenience and community. We keep the good parts of shared housing while removing the annoyances. Common members know their neighbors, meet new people, and save money. Being a Common member means never having to worry about cleaning, moving furniture, or splitting the bills.” Their homes are fully-furnished, beautifully decorated, have weekly cleaning, access to all other Common locations upon request; and they host some great events including our favorite, an interactive screening where the housemates all threw spoons at the screen.

Where: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Washington D.C., Chicago

Price: $1,300 — $2,600 (San Francisco)

Housemate Capacity: N/A

Housemate Type: “Common members include everyone from recent college graduates to established professionals — single and married.”

Instagram: @hi.common

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hellocommon

Website: https://www.common.com/



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We can’t get enough of the amazing events Haas is constantly hosting like Sunday Surf, Yoga with Haas, Roller Disco Bonanza, Rooftop Party, and more. The community among the housemates and their networks looks incredible. Haas features fully-furnished homes, conference rooms, game rooms, Jacuzzis, fire pits, rooftops, communal food, live-in community managers and more, depending on the location. Haas has built a great community perfect for fostering incredible connections and having amazing experiences. We dig it.

Where: Multiple locations in the SOMA neighborhood of San Francisco

Price: Starts at $1200

Housemate Capacity: N/A

Housemate Type: “Most of us are 25 or older (or 30, or 40)…B2 is house full of artists and creative minds from all over the world.”

Instagram: @haasliving


Website: https://www.haasliving.com/

Obviously we know there are a ton more co-living spaces in California and even more nationally and internationally, but these are definitely some of our favorites. While coliving feels like it’s just becoming trendy, communal living and having roommates has obviously been around for a long time. But recently we are seeing an even greater interest in coliving and coworking spaces among millennials eager to expand their networks and enhance their lives in all ways through connecting with like-minded individuals. We can’t get enough of it and are so eager to see coliving continue to grow!

Comment below and let us know your favorite coliving space!


Want to start your own perfect coliving home from scratch? Check out our 90-Day Program, which teaches you exactly how to achieve luxurious coliving success (and eliminate rent) for the rest of your life.

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The Importance of Living with Like-Minded People

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It’s safe to say almost anyone reading this has had a nightmare roommate situation. If you have not, count your lucky stars. If you have, the reason you did was quite simple. Every issue can be traced back to whether you were living with a like-minded person.

Sharing a living space is an extremely intimate experience, and the energy that exists in that space can make or break your day. Going home after a long day of work seems dreadful if you are entering a negative atmosphere. So if this describes you, change that immediately!

Entrepreneurs, as well as anyone who is a highly motivated human being, thrive off positive energy and don’t have the time to deal with negativity that can distract from business. So do not settle for a living situation that is not perfect and setting you up for success. Check out a few simple steps to help find your perfect roommate and create an ideal living situation:

1) Write down a list of the morals and values that you possess and what you are expecting out of a roommate, and be honest with yourself while writing it. Don’t just write the generic attributes i.e., “I’m clean and considerate.” Send this to them in advance and request theirs in return. Time is money, and if you can figure out ahead of time that it won’t be the right fit, don’t waste the time meeting in person.

2) If you and your potential roommate’s expectations are a match, set up a time to meet in person. This should not be a five or 10-minute meeting, because after all you are going to be living with this person and seeing them every day. This is a relationship, and it’s safe to say you wouldn’t begin any relationship (business, friendship, romantic, etc.) based off a brief meeting. Schedule time out of your day and be present. This is your best opportunity to connect with them and find out if they will be a perfect match.

3) Be completely open and honest. Beginning a roommate relationship based on what you think the other person wants to hear will set you up for failure. Communicate to this person exactly how your day typically goes, what your personality traits are and what you are expecting out of a roommate.

Follow these simple steps and you will not just create a living situation you can survive in. You will create one you can thrive in.


Want to get started building your tribe and creating your own perfect coliving home from scratch? Check out our 90-Day Program which teaches you exactly how to achieve coliving success (and eliminate rent) from this point forward.

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Elevate Your Life: How You Can Get a Coveted Spot in a Kindred Quarters Location

If waking up every day with zero concerns other than your business and entrepreneurial goals sounds like the kind of life you would love to live, it’s safe to say Kindred Quarters would be perfect for you! Now add in being surrounded by fellow like-minded entrepreneurs who are hustling just as much as you are. Lastly, sprinkle in a personal assistant who takes care of just about everything as well as a private chef who cooks healthy, power-charged meals freshly made for you to grab and go every day.

Kindred Quarters was created for entrepreneurs by entrepreneurs as an all-inclusive co-living experience that allows you to solely focus on your professional and personal goals. So if you are ready to upgrade every aspect of your life, we would love to get you into a KQ location! So how can you grab a coveted spot at one of our gorgeous, fully-furnished homes? Check out the process below!

Step One — Get to know what we’re all about

Step Two — Get to know what you’re all about

  • Fill out our questionnaire — This includes questions regarding your personal and business goals as well as living expectations — bit.ly/kq-survey.

Step Three — Get to know you even better

  • If your goals and lifestyle align with that of Kindred Quarters, we will schedule a quick phone call to answer any additional questions and get to know you better!

Step Four — Get on our list

  • Once there is an opening, we will email you all details of the home and information on the other housemates.

Step Five — Get on camera

  • A 2–5 minute video (nothing fancy — feel free to use your phone camera!) answering the following questions:
  • What gets you excited about potentially moving into Kindred Quarters?
  • What are three interesting things about you?
  • What are your two favorite books and why do you love them?

Step Six — Get evaluated

  • Our Kindred Quarters Advisory Board and fellow residents of the specific house you are applying for will review your questionnaire and video to decide if you are a good fit.

Step Seven — Get the good news

  • You’ve made it this far because you are a highly motivated entrepreneur who is ready and excited to live an elevated life! You can expect an Acceptance Letter for Residency at Kindred Quarters to arrive in your inbox!

Step Eight — Get in here!

***As entrepreneurs, there’s no doubt one of our biggest strengths is networking. If you are too excited about the opportunity to move into a Kindred Quarters location and can’t wait any longer, and if you have some incredible KQ-quality colleagues, we can chat about getting one open ASAP in your city! We also offer our entire Kindred Quarters protocols and systems. We also include a video or phone consultation with our director of operations, lead concierge and lead private chef so all questions can be answered.

If you’re tired of the normal roommates who come home complaining about their 9–5 job and dreading Mondays, do yourself a favor and get into a Kindred Quarters and elevate every single part of your life!

Want to start your own perfect coliving home from scratch? Check out our 90-Day Program which teaches you exactly how to achieve coliving success (and eliminate rent) from this point forward.

P.S. Stay updated on what makes this movement so popular (especially among thriving entrepreneurs) in your email. Sign up NOW — We aren’t spammy, we promise :)

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9 Reasons Every Entrepreneur Should Live in an Entrepreneur House

9 Reasons Every Entrepreneur Should Live in an Entrepreneur House

The Kindred Quarters team recently attended the incredible Growth Conference in Las Vegas. While there, someone asked an interesting question. “If you guys are all making plenty of money to live alone, why would you want roommates?”

The reasons are probably endless so we tried to keep this as short and sweet as possible because...