End to the house hunt: India’s rental disruptors10 min read . Updated: 11 Feb 2019, 11:30 PM IST
- Startups have begun to spot an opportunity in rental housing and are unleashing new experiments with all the unsold real estate
- Globally, co-living is hardly a new phenomenon, but high property prices and the millennial propensity to rent has given a new lease of life to the sector
Aditya Jain did many rounds of paying guest (PG) facilities before he zeroed in on Oyo Living’s new, shared living facility in Bengaluru’s AECS Layout. He has taken up a bed in a twin-sharing room in a four-storey building at a monthly rent of ₹9,000.
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