Wisconsin Roommate Agreement


The Wisconsin Roommate Agreement is a form used for setting rules regarding a rented home or apartment that all housemates agree to abide by. Sharing a rental with one (1) or more tenants can save a considerable amount of money. However, sharing can also come with a slew of problems that, if not addressed early on, can only become worse. These potential problems typically regard things such as quiet hours, guests, privacy, sharing, cleaning, utilities, and other topics relating to living. The form helps to alleviate the problems that commonly occur by encouraging all the roommates to collaboratively decide the best way to all get along in the household—in spite of any differences they have.

College (Dorm) Roommate Agreement

For students that are sharing a college dorm, on-campus rental, or nearby apartment, the Wisconsin college roommate (dorm) agreement provides a simple, straightforward means of setting rules regarding a variety of topics. By having set rules in place, the roommates will have a clear understanding of what actions they can and can’t do. Personal property, for example, is a topic that commonly leads to disagreements. With the form, the roommates can state what kinds of possessions are off-limits, those that require permission to use, and property that can be used freely by the other roommates.

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