Zocalo launches co-living platform CoHo Brokerage free living space listing startup Zocalo has launched a co-living platform CoHo reports Vccircle. The platform is focused on young working professionals who move to different cities for jobs. Currently, it is operational only in Delhi NCR where the rent ranges from Rs 13,000 to Rs 25,000 per month depending upon the type of living facilities chosen. All the users are verified prior to moving into the living spaces. CoHo offers two kinds of living spaces: CoHo Villas and CoHo flats. While villas have a residency of 20-25 people, flats have 3-5 residents. Zocalo is responsible for converting the villas and flats into fully furnished living spaces. The startup is in talks with home service providers for providing services such as housekeeping, WiFi, repairs and maintenance. For third-party tie-ups Zocalo is launching CoHo partners where its responsibility…
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