Official Major Announcement & Latest Room Updates & Availabilities (Saturday, 10th October 2009, 9:01AM) – No:35, SS15/2B, Subang Jaya & No: 4, USJ 2/2H, Subang Jaya– Room To Let in Subang Jaya

We have a major official announcement, as of 1st November 2009, No: 35, SS15/2B, Subang Jaya will be FEMALE ONLY tenants. All existing male tenants will move out by the 31st October 2009. All rooms in No: 35 except the master bedroom (booked already) are available. The type of rooms start from RM 320 upwards, all types and sizes (air-conditioned and without) available including en suite (attached) bathrooms.

Rooms Available Now

No: 35, SS15/2B, Subang Jaya – Room E, F, H, I.

Rooms On Notice

No: 35, SS15/2B, Subang Jaya – Room A, B, C, D, G
(Available for move in on 1st November 2009)

No: 4 , USJ 2/2H, Subang Jaya – 1 room available
(Available for move on 1st November 2009)

For more information on each particular room and contact details, please visit http://roomtoletnow.com

Room To Let in Subang Jaya “Latest Room Updates & Availabilities” (Sunday, 4th October 2009, 12:15PM) – No:35, SS15/2B Subang Jaya ; No: 4, USJ 2/2H Subang Jaya

The tenant in No: 4 have just informed me about her notice of her moving out. I have been getting many calls on rooms for female only at No: 4 and I thought it will be best to announce it earlier for the benefit of everyone on the list. Here we  go…

Rooms Available Now @ No: 35, SS 15/2B, Subang Jaya

Room F [medium room – sharing bathroom] (89 square feet)

Room E [small room – sharing bathroom] (85 square feet)

Room H [Medium Room – sharing attached bathroom] (105 square feet)

Room I [Medium Room – sharing attached bathroom] (142 square feet)

Room J [Medium Room – sharing attached bathroom] (239 square feet)

Room J [Master Room – en-suite bathroom] (239 square feet)

Rooms On Notice @ No: 4, USJ 2/2H, Subang Jaya

Room C [medium room [medium room – sharing bathroom] (99 square feet) – Available for move in on 1st December 2009. Open for booking now.

For details, pictures & videos on each room and contact details, please visit http://roomtoletnow.com

How To Find Most Recent Room Rental / Room To Let Availabilities on Google?

Have you ever experienced that moment when your landlord just called you up and informed you that you have to move out tomorrow? Well, I know how that would feel as it is your room that we are talking about, not like moving tables from one to another at the mamak stall. It can be very stressful especially when you do not have much time to locate the potential rooms that you are looking for and short listing them according to your budget and location and of course the tenant mix in the house and whether you are comfortable with the house or apartment.

Thank goodness for the internet as it can help you tremendously by keying in a couple of words and “tada” u have potential current and recent rooms to go and visit and start your shortlisting process. Maybe some of you guys may know this, but for those who don’t this might help. What you need to do is get onto google and type the keyword “room to let ss15” for example and of course a list of results will show which is not a surprise. What you need to do next is to click on the “Show options” button on the top of your results and you will see a list of options on a menu on the left side of the browser. Next thing you need to do is click on “Recent results” and that’s it, you have results of available rooms that have been posted as recent as 1 hour ago. Gone were the days of calling a list of phone numbers and only to be told that the room is not available. Definitely a way to save on your mobile phone calls. Hope this helps, if it does, do shout a comment to me, appreciate it. Happy room hunting !

P/s: This is how it looks, and guess what? this website is on No.1 on Google under recent results.

How to find latest available rooms via Google

How to find latest available rooms via Google

Latest Room Updates & Availabilities (Saturday, 2nd October 2009, 4:33PM) – No:35, SS15/2B Subang Jaya – Room To Let in Subang Jaya

Did u guys hear the loud noises of the planes yesterday and today? It was really deafening if u ask me but then I’m sure they gave a good air plane show, I saw a whole load of people at the Subang airport enjoying their free show by the road side..I wanted to stop and check it out but then just had to much on my to-do list, anyway got some room availability updates for you people.

Rooms Available Now @ No: 35, SS 15/2B, Subang Jaya

Room F [medium room – sharing bathroom] (89 square feet)

Room E [small room – sharing bathroom] (85 square feet)

Room H [Medium Room – sharing attached bathroom] (105 square feet)

Room I [Medium Room – sharing attached bathroom] (142 square feet)

Room J [Medium Room – sharing attached bathroom] (239 square feet)

Room J [Master Room – en-suite bathroom] (239 square feet)

For details, pictures & videos on each room and contact details, please visit http://roomtoletnow.com

Room To Let Guide & Tips – Male Roommates or Female Roommates?

It is often misunderstood when it comes to the definition of a roommate and a housemate. A roommate is someone you literally live with in the same room and not in the same house like a housemate.  If you live in separate rooms and each of you are paying separate rentals that accumulate to the entire rental of the house, then you have housemates, whereas if you are sharing a room with another person and paying half the rent, you are living with a roommate. I guess it is kind of confusing but maybe a easier way to look at it is a roommate is a subset of a housemate, means that they can be your roommate and your housemate at the same time. It’s like having the yellow yolk in the centre of your “sunny side up” or “telur mata kerbau”” as your roommates and the white part of the egg as your housemates, either way you will have both unless of course you are living in an entire house or an apartment by yourself which will be highly unlikely unless you don’t mind footing the entire monthly rental. Anyway, enough on the definitions roommates and housemates, what I wanted to share with you is that it is very important to be very clear on the type of the roommates of the housemates that you choose to live with.

Firstly, if you are a female, it is a usual norm that you will probably be looking for female only tenanted house unless of course you are the more adventurous type looking for a more mixed sex type of accommodation, it would not be very difficult to locate as they are many landlords who would not want to narrow down their targeted group of tenants to just “female only” or just “male only”. From my experience, the only reason why a landlord would advertise room vacancy as male only is because there are already existing males in the house and the landlord knows that the majority of females out there would not want to live in the same house with another unknown male. There are multiple reasons for this but the main important reason seems to be (from my questions to females viewing my rooms) is security. The stories that I tend to hear from the females are quite extraordinary from drunken males in the house knocking on their doors in the middle of the night asking for god knows what but I think you will have an idea of what I am illustrating to you here to the males who tend to be a bit less concerned about the cleanliness of the house. Don’t get me wrong as I myself am a male so I am not taking sides here but as a landlord, you do get to see and experience both sides of the story. As a landlord, my ultimate objective is to ensure that I offer a safe, secure, clean, value for money accommodation for all my tenants, be it male or female. There are of course, better non-horror stories where the males in the house are total gentlemen type of guys and they totally respect all the females of the house and it’s kind of like each sex taking care of the household which is sort of like in a relationship, well in this scenario, the females would be a bit more secure in a house with males around, while the house would be a bit more presentable and cleaner with females around. Sure sounds like there’s two sides of a coin to almost everything. Most importantly is to know what you are getting yourself into and always follow your gut feel when viewing the rooms and of course the tenants of the house that you are visiting. I would love to hear any comments on this article if you have any, till then, happy room hunting!