Is Co-living new to you? Remember when Airbnb and Uber were just new concepts?  Today, they are household names and we cannot imagine living without their services.  Similarly, co-living is an emerging trend across the globe.  Co-living addresses the global need for affordable yet safe and convenient living options in large cities in Asia, Europe and the US. Are you interested in learning about this new investment opportunity before it becomes mainstream?

- Gretchen Bleiler -

What is Co-living?

Co-living is where like-minded people share either an apartment or a single family house. We usually see co-living housing have common features:

  • Fully furnished
  • Flexible lease
  • All inclusive bill
  • Regular cleaning
  • Shared common spaces

In large co-living communities, the landlords also provide premium services like personal or yoga trainers, movie nights or community events.

"Success is where preparation and opportunity meet."

Bobby Unser

Who lives in co-living properties?

Budget-conscious young professionals relocating to a new city for work are some of the most frequent adopters of co-living, however the trend is broadening to include families and seniors.

People want a community to socialize and avoid the loneliness.

The beauty of not worrying about buying the furniture and have to sell them if you have to move out in just a few months is great!

What are the major Barriers to Home ownership?

Sources : 2018 Zillow Housing Aspirations Survey and the Urban Institute.

Asia . Europe . North America . Oceania

Co-living are around the world

Investors are seizing on this real estate opportunity, with many developers correctly perceiving this new lifestyle will be attractive not just to young professionals but to married couples, families with children, divorcees, baby boomers on the cusp of retirement, as well as seniors living out their golden years in style.

In fact, several years ago my husband Henry had a six month contract in San Francisco. Rather than finding a sublet to furnish, he chose a co-living space. In this way, he was able to focus on his fulfilling his contract in San Francisco and return home to enjoy his family back in Chicago on long weekends and when the contract term was over.

Why is Co-living compelling?

With a world population expected to grow to over 8 Billion people within 10 years, urban planners are focusing on sustainable solutions for housing in our cities. One solution is co-living, where multiple people share living spaces, thus saving on space and money. In other words, using land more efficiently means more people can live in closer spaces with a higher quality of life. This also benefits real estate developers by increasing yields from their projects.

Socializing . Convenience . Flexibility . Affordability

What do we provide?

We partner with experienced and strong developers and sponsors with a proven track record of developing co-living spaces to look for co-living investment opportunities in high density urban markets.  

Contact us for details of upcoming opportunities.

What co-living investors say

Interested in creating passive income through co-living investing?

If you are a passive investor eager to seize the next terrific real estate investment opportunity, I encourage you to take a deeper look at co-living investments. We just scratched the surface. You can find more information here on my blog, where I dive deeper into the details.

Co-living apartments and co-living spaces are a fabulous way to break into this surefire trend as well as trail-blaze an exciting new path of passive income. 


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