The emerging movement in modern housing
Co-living is changing how we think about housing for both renters and landlords. Read our blog to learn more about the movement.
Finding a compatible roommate is almost as difficult as finding the perfect place. Roommates are met to balance each other, and hold the same values. The best way to find a like-minded roommate is to ask them questions, and assure their answers are similar to your own. These are five questions that you should askContinue reading “Five Questions to Ask Your Roommate Before Moving in with Them”
Finding a good place to live is difficult, but when you find the right home and set your heart on it, it feels like ‘this is it, this is the house I want.” While people may be subject to emotional bias, they might forget to look at some essential aspects of the lease. Learn someContinue reading “Have You Read Your Lease?”
In this post, I’m going to take the POV of a landlord. It’s important to hear from both sides – tenants and landlords – of the real estate marketplace when understanding the trajectory of the industry. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world to a standstill. It has affected our way of life, economy, andContinue reading “How to Handle Dealing with Tenants Who Can’t Pay Rent During the COVID-19 Crisis”
The rise in the cost of living has introduced unique forms of living. People are avoiding ordinary studio apartments, and trying to live in different ways due to ever-evolving economic and social changes. Some follow the approach of micro-living. Micro-living is essentially homes or apartments that are smaller than a normal apartment (relative to theContinue reading “Micro-Living vs. Co-Living: Which is the Better Option?”
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