The Urban Collective

Reduces tenants' search time by 50% or more via its App and Sherpa service

The Urban Collective creates a seamless search experience for residential tenants. Our app allows tenants to define their requirements clearly, source the most optimal properties for them based on their lifestyle choices, and help them narrow down the search results. The app allows collaborative chat and commenting making it much easier, quicker and less painful for multiple people to find their ideal property.

Additionally, our Sherpa service is designed for busy tenants who can hire a local expert who can provide the most transparent and efficient end-to-end solution for rental search. Tenants tell us their needs, our Sherpas do the heavy-lifting, tenants simply move in!

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Hi, can you please share the link to your app? Thanks.
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@dmehta32 you can download the app from AppStore.com/UrbanCo - do let us know how you get along with it :-)
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@MathurMnk Sure thing. What all locations are you currently catering to?
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@dmehta32 We have great coverage for the whole of London (UK) market currently, and will soon expand to other cities in the UK as well.

You can search properties based on commute times for all the people living at the property. So if you are sharing with a friend and both are working or studying at different locations, you can find properties from which it will take you both 30 mins commute time; you can set different commute time for each user!
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@MathurMnk any plan of launching it in USA?
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@anandvmathur we are monitoring demand for our app as well as the service from various countries, and will certainly like to expand it internationally at the earliest! Do check out the app and let us know how we can enhance it for the US market :-); you can download it from this link: AppStore.com/UrbanCo
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Great Concept! Very good app. Keep doing the good work. Best of luck!!

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