…Modern world is changing, more and more every day, and we, as its ever growing human population are having more social problems that we are getting hard to cope with them. One of those big problems, that are becoming more expressed by each new day, are the ones with accomodation issues. Even today, hundreds of thousands of people are migrating all around of the word, and trying to settle in more developed world countries, primarily in the U.S. and “western” Europe, mostly in the big towns like New York, London, Tokyo, Berlin, Stockholm, Paris, Madrid etc., and with more people coming, there are less apartments and houses available for them, which means that those that are available have much bigger rental price, that is growing more and more each and every day (which I experienced myself while living in Munich, and now when I´m in Stockholm). Some of those accomodation and rental issues are explained in this well designed article, with some solutions how to solve this ongoing problem of today.
At first glance, co-living might merely seem like an easier way for millennials to access lower cost housing, but it’s a lot more than that. In fact, even retirees are taking advantage of co-living spaces across the globe.
Over the past decade, the co-working trend has disrupted traditional approaches to buying and leasing office space. The rise of remote work has facilitated new ways of doing business and redefined what it means to be an employee. As a result, fresh business models and interesting new players have emerged in the arena of commercial real estate. Workspaces, however, are far from the only places facing disruption. Accommodation alternatives are rapidly emerging too.
The term “co-living” refers to residential real estate offerings with communal facilities and shared spaces that move the emphasis away from buying and renting homes. The focus is instead on individual or group access to attractive accommodation without the…
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