Atlanta-based PadSplit has helped over 1,000 renters access safe, stable, furnished housing, at a fixed, weekly rate. Founder and CEO Atticus LeBlanc joins the show to discuss PadSplit’s unique co-living model, serving primarily frontline and working class individuals, who are able to save money, build credit, and in some cases, go on to buy a car or even their own home. We discuss the ongoing need for zoning reform and a more equitable distribution of housing, and how now is the time to ask: do the people who serve you live in your community? If not, why – and are you willing to do something about it? Plus, Atticus shares his daily practices for staying mission-focused, Sarah recommends a life-changing alarm clock, and Laura appreciates it when dogs have a first and last name. Subscribe and rate the show wherever you listen! Send us a note to [email protected] and follow us on Twitter at @HousingPodcast.

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