Co-living: Dispelling the myths

Co-living is gaining momentum in the residential property sector, writes Colin Shenton of Oppidan Life (April 2021)

If you haven’t already heard of co-living you are sure to over the coming months, as developers set their sights on Manchester and Salford.

While the market seeks to define what co-living is and how it differs from BTR, HMOs and student accommodation, as a sector of its own, co-living has been shrouded by a number of myths. So, it’s time to separate facts from the fiction in this up-and-coming exciting sector.

TheBusinessDesk.com Source: https://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/2077376-co-living-dispelling-the-myths?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NorthWest_16th_Apr_2021_Daily

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