Author Archives: vasanth

acasa: why we rebranded from Splittable

A letter from Nick Katz, CEO & Co-Founder of acasa   To Our Homes, When we first started Splittable our goal was to build a company that harmonised the home. Yet as Splittable evolved, we felt the name confined us to only helping ‘housemates splitting bills’ while we wanted to offer you so much more. […]

The Ultimate Utility Bill Guide for the UK

Are you a new home owner or moving out of your family home for the first time? This can be hugely exciting, but equally nerve-wracking. There’s a lot of information to take in about your newfound responsibilities. The likelihood is, this will be your first time paying utility bills. It’s a term we’re all familiar […]

5 fare busters to save you money on transport

Want more miles for less money? You’ve come to the right place! Here’s how to save cash on travel fares, whether you’re pooling around town or touring the UK. 1. Pay now, ride later A bus pass or train season ticket can earn you serious savings on local transport over the year – but you’ve […]

Fat Lama. The Peer-to-Peer Rental Marketplace for “Stuff”

Ever needed a professional camera for a day? What about a projector for a movie night? Or maybe you just want to see what all of this hype around drones is. We chatted with the team from Fat Lama who makes it easy to rent or lend your extra stuff for a day. Maybe next […]

Student Bills: The Ultimate Guide

Student Bills: The Ultimate Guide! Sharing accommodation with others can require a lot of negotiating. Whose turn is it to clean the bathroom this week? Yuk! Facing up to the challenge of managing and negotiating bills can be even harder, and that’s where we come in. This guide is full of current information about what […]

9 Truths if you’re the one Constantly Stealing from Flatmates

This is a Guest Post by Tom Gatzen from Ideal Flatmate If you don’t already do this, you can consider it more of a ‘9 Life Hacks to Live Cheaper in London’ kind of article. You are welcome. 1. You get seriously hyped when you spy an open, but full, pack of food in someone’s […]