HousingAnywhere analyzed search volumes from the UK to shed light on the impact of the upcoming Brexit on young professionals’ accommodation needs. Although it’s not yet clear what the impact of Brexit will be for these young professionals, the results of the research indicate that possible post-Brexit scenarios are prompting young professionals to consider leaving the UK for Europe.
Each year, more and more people decide that they want to really step outside of their comfort zone and move abroad. To help anyone who is thinking about making a move on the job market, HousingAnywhere has created the 100 Best Cities to Find a Job ranking.
The HousingAnywhere Rent Index analyzes rental data from furnished private rooms, studios and one-bedroom apartments. This report focuses on the following European cities, which are popular among international students and young professionals: Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Madrid, Milan, Rotterdam, and Vienna.
HousingAnywhere has announced to be cancelling the one-time service fee for tenants for all rooms and apartments in Spain and Portugal. This means the use of the platform will be free for students, expats, young professionals and digital nomads looking to move to these popular and affordable student destinations.
HousingAnywhere is the world's largest housing platform for international students and young professionals with over 50,000 active advertisements and over 5 million users in over 60 countries. The peer-to-peer platform allows tenants to interact directly with landlords and enter into medium-term rental agreements. More than 160 partner universities recommend their students to use the HousingAnywhere platform. HousingAnywhere.com was founded in 2009 by Niels van Deuren after he was looking for temporary housing during his studies in Singapore. The Rotterdam-based platform currently employs 90 people. Early 2018 Djordy Seelmann took over the role of CEO.
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