Hear ye, hear ye, behold the magnificence of Splittable's new affordability map:
See for yourself which areas of London you can live in on your own, and which you need at least 2 or 3 people sharing with you to afford: https://www.splittable.co/housesharing/sharing-vs-affordability-london
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Simply put, Dad is expert advice without needing a call out (just a call in...).
Founded by the exceptionally stylish, authoritative and generous (he paid for lunch) Ben Wynn, Dad was launched on the premise that fixing things around the home is a massive market with plenty of fear and friction.
I'm about to invest in a property tech company.
Before making this decision, I thought carefully about who else I would want to invest in.
Those companies are detailed below. I thought it important to include how much I would invest, and why.
I just can't get over how simple, yet life-change-ing-ly useful the Splittable app is. It basically is how all accounting of money should be everywhere. Simple and plain to understand.
OpenRent, the 3 year old online lettings agency founded by Daz Bradbury and Adam Hyslop, is on a mission to remove all hassle from renting property. With a little help from a lot of technology.
In this exclusive interview, we tease out Ed's thoughts on London, his business and what Lokku is looking to invest in for our Geo-filled future.
It's probably apt to say that Ed is a hero of mine. While others try to compete and build property portals, Lokku stayed true to their calling with Nestoria and provided a reliable partner to property portals the world over.
Thanks to companies like Seedrs, Equity Crowdsourcing for investments is proving safe and easy to take part in.
And what better place to invest than rental property. Everybody wants to be a landlord. The easy money is just too tempting.
Property Detective provides information on property and the surrounding area, to help buyers with their due diligence. Here's an exclusive interview with founder Barry Bridges.
Everyone and their Mother would like to launch a 'better' property portal. Many are trying. Even more have failed. None, bar Zoopla, have succeeded in competing with the might of Rightmove.
Yet, FindProperly has caught the imagination of Londoners.
Locatable, the London-based property technology start-up that is currently mid-pivot, has released a fill-in-the-gaps guide to shared house harmony.