Looking for Roommates on St John
I know this may be a bit premature, but I am planning on moving down to St John in October and am looking for someone who either has a room available or someone else who is looking for housing.
I'm a 25 year old girl from Brooklyn, NY. Super responsible and a really good roommate.
Feel free to message me with any questions!
I'm Madeline, 23 from California and planning on moving to St. John in October as well. Have you found a job at all? I'm looking to find some roommates who aren't crazy and just want to have a fun time in a beautiful place. I'm super laid back but I handle my stuff too. Lets get in contact for when we get there!
Keep me in mind. I have been doing some research and have found some good things available. I know some people that have lived there before and they are all helping me network and make some connections. Most places require first and last months rent as well as a security deposit. I have heard also that sometimes deposits are required for the utilities. in other words start saving, but these things are that bad with 3 or 4 people. Places are going to start going fast the closer we get the season starting. I am looking for a pet friendly place also. I am trying to get my 1yr old black lab down there with me. I was a professional dog trainer so she very well trained and the sweetest little girl ever. Lets keep in touch so we can help each other! We are all in the same boat come October. I can't wait for the experience. Hope your doing well Alden
hey guys, i recently moved to st. john from new jersey....there's a place called connections in town and they have a post board where people post notes of rooms for rent, jobs, stuff for sale etc. theres at least ten places to rent up there and i know virgin island and carribean craiglist have rooms and one bedroom places listed as well, as far as work the slow season is until nov. although it hasn't really been all that slow down here so far. my best advice is bring enough money for two months and you will find work if you look hard. i found two jobs the first two weeks i was here and am doing fine now as far as a place to stay and income go. be careful of what you read on here i posted something similar to you guys and people made it sound like it was impossible to make it here and they couldn't have been more wrong. food is expensive and public transportation sucks so i would recommend being able to buy a car. hitchiking is ok too, lots of people offer you a ride, the place is EXTREMELY hilly. Also bring your social security card you need it for alot of things, hope i helped.