A look at Roomi, Common and other firms in the space
When Ajay Yadav first began telling landlords and brokers about his startup Roomi, a sort of Tinder for roommates, he was surprised by how many of them swiped left.
The roommate-matching startup's potential market in New York, where most young people share pads, is huge. And yet Yadav found that real estate executives didn't see the product as relevant to them.
"I think it's because the tenant goes through the struggle [of finding a roommate], not the landlord," he said. Today, however,...
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