Australia's property market will never be the same again, thanks to Jessica Lai and Rani Cohen. These two women have created something truly unique, unlike any Australian business before it.
WeekDay Space is the solution Australians have been waiting for. More than two million Australians commute more than 90 minutes per day. One third of Australians rent and 87 per cent of people living alone have a spare room.
WeekDay Space brings them all together in a new lifestyle taking the country by storm, Weekday Lodging.
Often, home owners don’t want a full-time lodger because of the limitations this imposes on freedom and space.
Commuters don’t want to move just to avoid the traffic. WeekDay Space is the answer to this conundrum, connecting commuters with people who have a spare room close to where they work.
It means extra income in the bank for landlords during the week while retaining their space and freedom on weekends.
Similarly, commuters benefit from the flexibility of somewhere to stay without having to permanently move – this is also a great option for Australian University students.
“The very concept of ‘home’ is changing. Lifestyle is more important than ever and we believe that the flexibility of WeekDay Space will help people design the life that really works for them,” says Cohen.
A few decades ago, the ‘Australian Dream’ was to own a house in the suburbs and work locally. That simply isn’t the reality or aspiration for many Australians anymore. These days, convenience is key and the spaces we live in should serve us to that end.
That’s why WeekDay Space works, because it understands Australia. Unlike outdated rental agreements and expensive mortgages, WeekDay Space serves the needs of our growing population.
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