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18-10-2020, 17:07   #16
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Rent-a-room follows the normal rental (house-sharing) market. If there is an active house sharing market in the vicinity, renters will be attracted to rent a room deals on the basis of lower charges or superior facilities/better-managed accommodation.

If there is no house-sharing market in the vicinity, it will be difficult to attract renters.
Might be a stupid question but sure that’s why I’m here! How to know if there’s a house sharing market in the vicinity? Other than knowing that I have house shared there, and a few other people I know?
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Might be a stupid question but sure that’s why I’m here! How to know if there’s a house sharing market in the vicinity? Other than knowing that I have house shared there, and a few other people I know?
Look at the advertising for house shares. How much are they? How quickly do they rent.
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Might be a stupid question but sure that’s why I’m here! How to know if there’s a house sharing market in the vicinity? Other than knowing that I have house shared there, and a few other people I know?
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