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Rent out Rooms Yourself, Property Manager or Co-living Operators (Main Problems and Benefits highlighted)

Most Landlords want to get the most out of your property.

Looking for options such as 

Rent out the property like a pro.

– Renting out rooms individually.

Is it True you can get more and Worth it to Do it yourself, appointed leasing agent or a Co-living Operator?

Landlords should carefully consider their options before making a decision. Each option has its own set of pros and cons to consider.

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Self-ask Questionaire: 

Are you a busy person who doesn’t have time to manage individual tenants?

Will you enjoy dealing with tenants one by one?

Could you miss out on higher rents by not leasing out through an agent or getting a co-living operator? 












If you decide to convert yourself from Landlord and becoming the Self Managed Co-Living:

Problem No.1: It can be challenging to find the time to manage individual tenants, and it’s even harder to find good tenants who will pay their rent on time. 

Problem No. 2: Keep track of rent prices and changes in the market. 

Problem No. 3: Potential Issues of conflicts and differences between the tenants.

Problem No. 4: Pre-Qualifying potential tenants from the initial enquiry stage. 

Other than doing it yourself, here are your options.

Option 1: By choosing to lease out through a leasing agent,

We can help you find the perfect tenant for your property by the whole unit or by individual rooms and take care of all the management for you to focus on other things. We know how to manage properties and tenants so everyone is happy and things run smoothly.

(At, With our property management service, we take care of everything for you so you can get higher rents from your property. We have a team of experienced professionals who will find quality tenants and make sure they pay their rent on time. )

Option 2: Through a licensed agent, be your point of contact,

who has vast experience with a network of Co-living Operators, to recommend the available options. And be willing to take up ownership of the recommendations.

(At, on behalf of landlords, we provide extensive knowledge of the rental market and can help you find the right tenants for your property.)

Option 3: Look out in the Internet, Call and Interview and many of the Co-living operators for close bidding.

That’s where co-living operators come in. They take care of everything for you – from finding tenants to dealing with any problems. All you have to do is sit back and relax.


1. Renting out rooms one by one may be less profitable or worth the hassles for landlords.

2. Co-living operators can provide additional services that tenants may appreciate.

3. Appoint a Property Manager (Leasing Licensed Agent) to manage your property. Someone who is responsible and stays accountable for it.

4. Owning an investment property, you should enjoy the perks passively and not make it overly complicated.

All landlords want to get higher rents from their property by using our services.

However, we need to offer sound and peace of mind to the owners through this transition.

We can help you find the perfect tenant for your property and take care of all the management for you, so you can focus on other things. Contact Us Today. Gary



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