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How do I find a flatmate?

There are loads of websites to help you find suitable flat-shares in your area. Here are just a few:

NZ Flatmates

We connect flats with flatmates. Search our large database of NZ flats and flatmates, or place a free listing. We have hundreds of flat and flatmate listings throughout New Zealand 
http://www.nzflatmates.co.nz

Flat Hunt

Flats & Flatmates - Trade Me. The fast, easy way to find you next tenant or flatmate. 
http://www.trademe.co.nz/flatmates-wanted

NZ Flatfinder

Free to search for accomodation and/or list your flat or property. It's easy to use and New Zealand's best way to find a flatmate give it a go!
http://www.flatfinder.co.nz/

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