Becoming a Resident
The concept behind Come on UP share houses is to bring together independent individuals and give them the opportunity to grow through interacting with one another. We aim to create an environment in which residents can happily live and talk together with both a sense of responsibility and good will. To ensure the comfort of each tenant we expect them to abide by three principles:
1) Independent self-management 2) Respect fellow house mates 3) Take care of the house
The steps involved in becoming a resident:
1. Contact us You can apply for any room by going to its respective share house page and clicking on the ‘vacant’ button next to the available room. Your application will be replied to within 3 days by a Come on UP representative. If you are in a hurry and wish to contact us by phone: TEL:03-3760-1392.
2. House viewing We will schedule an opportunity for you to view the house and look at the room in question.
3. Application The application form will be sent to you by mail.
4. Confirmation After signing up, you will usually hear back from us within 3 to 5 business days.
5. Contract To sign the occupancy agreement you require a copy of your ID, a stamp seal and enough money to cover the agreed upon initial costs.
6. Resident life This marks the start of your life in your share house. The monthly costs will equal your rent+utility costs.
Utilities These include gas, water, electricity, Internet, cable TV and shared consumables items (shared light bulbs, kitchen detergent, sponges, bath detergent, toilet paper, tissue, etc.). A standard amount of 10000 yen is paid for utilities per month,Twice during the one year contract period (and during the move out process), the utilities shall be re-calculated and assesing to be pay more. If there is surplus, the utility surplus usage shall be decided at the house meeting to improve the house common area.
Deposit The initial deposit is equal to one month’s worth of rent. A full refund of this amount will be given after the resident stays for one year. In case the resident moves out earlier , 30000 yen will be withhold from the amount that is given back. If the resident is moving to a different Come on UP house, this does not apply. Depending on whether the resident caused any damage within the household, part of the deposit will be used for repairs, etc.