vanwinkle wrote:Those places typically are renting you a "private bedroom/bathroom" in a 4-bedroom suite with one shared kitchen/living room area. You can either find 3 other people and arrange to share a room, or rent one by yourself and share the common space with three total strangers. They give you a per-person rate because you can rent per-person and let them do the roommate arrangements if you don't care.
Thanks. That makes sense. But taking that one step further, it seems a little weird they would do this with 3 and 4 bedroom units, but not 2 bedroom units. I guess they probably have more requests for the 2 bedroom units from people that already have a roomate and don't need to rent them that way.