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NYC Startup Rents Out Apartments To Young People At Low Rates

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According to Digital Trends, a New York City-based startup called Roomrs has partnered with smart home giants to provide fully equipped, fully furnished apartments to young professionals at monthly rents as low as $1,100 per bedroom per month. Roomrs apartments are said to range in price from $1,100 to $1,900, with apartments located in a variety of neighborhoods from Harlem to Bushwick. Company CEO Or Goldschmidt says, "We are a community-based smart housing solution.

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