Robby and Chase -- who both competed for JoJo Fletcher on The Bachelorette's 12th season and then moved into a house in Denver, CO, together -- recently moved into Jef's home in Venice Beach, CA, Us Weekly reported.
Robby and Chase, both 28, moved out of their self-proclaimed "Bachelor bungalow" in Colorado and into the ultimate Bachelor beach house.
Jef was reportedly introduced to model Robby and medical sales representative Chase while the three guys attended the taping of Nick Viall's The Bachelor: The Women Tell All special earlier this year. According to Robby, it didn't take long for the trio to hit it off and become buds.
"We ended up after partying at his house," Robby told Us. "[Jef] said his two roommates were moving out and gave us the opportunity to move in."
Robby, a former competitive swimmer originally from Florida, explained there are more business opportunities awaiting the guys in Los Angeles.
"It's like the stars were aligning," said Robby, who is currently single. "You only live once, so why not go for it? We're striking while the iron is hot."
Robby had moved to Colorado -- where Chase was already living -- in January right before he signed a modeling contract with Wilhelmina Denver.
Although he finished as the seemingly heartbroken runner-up on The Bachelorette's Spring 2016 edition, Robby is now ready to live it up in his new bachelor pad with his bros. (Chase was eliminated by JoJo right in the middle of their overnight Fantasy Suite date).
"You can literally see Venice Beach Pier from my window," Robby gushed. "That's how close we are to the beach. It's incredible!"
The trio also have a fourth roommate, Jef's best friend from Utah, where the People Water founder was born and raised.
In terms of what's next for Robby, a stint on Season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise this summer may be in the cards.
"It's something I'm interested in, but my family might not be," Robby said of potentially looking for love on TV again considering he was accused of dumping ex-girlfriend Hope Higginbotham to compete onThe Bachelorette.
"They're catching all the flak and dealing with rumors while I'm cut off from the world with no phone and Internet. My mom stresses out. I don't know how they would deal with me being back on TV. But it's a bridge I'll cross if and when producers ask me to go on."
Robby also told the magazine he'd love to end up back in Colorado one day.