1: Do I get paid extra?
Let's take a look and see how it breaks down if you had to pay rent and utilities at the house you'll live in:
Monthly rent in a similar shared house $500
Monthly Power portion in similar house $100
Monthly Water portion in similar house $35
Monthly Cable portion $30
Monthly Internet access portion $15
Now remember, you will still need money for things like food, clothes, cell phone bill, etc. So unless you have a trust fund or other income think about getting a part time job while living here.
5: How long can I / Am I expected to stay?
As with any show, we have taken a long time to choose you,
We have 3 options to choose from:
we want a commitment from you, fame doesn't just happen overnight. We ask that you sign a contract, however, if you really find you MUST leave sooner you may do so by giving us 1 weeks notice.
7: Will I get my own room?
We have 4 people and 3 large rooms so 2 people will be sharing the largest room, you will however be sharing a bathroom with 1 other person. Usually we will have a competition to decide who next gets the single room.
8: How can I get to the store and clubs?
Uber, Lyft or your own vehicle. We do not provide a vehicle. We do have bicycles in the house if you would like some exercise. But do not have any public transportation near the house.
10: How many people will be in the house ?
When full, we have 5 people living there.
11: Can I have friends over?
Definitely, the more the merrier! When you come back from the clubs bring home a friend for the night if you want, that's never a problem. We must insist however that they are 18 or older, and can produce an ID and sign a release form. They can even stay overnight, but we do limit them to a maximum of 3 nights sleepover in any week.
12: Can I smoke in the house?
Sorry, but NO smoking is permitted in the house. We do allow smoking outside on the back patio only.
This is to ensure the comfort of all who share the living space, as well as protecting all of the furnishings and the expensive and sensitive equipment in the home. Cameras, computers, tv's and the like need to be in a smoke-free environment.