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New-age solutions for young workers seeking a rental house in a new city

Young graduates moving to new cities for their first jobs should consider alternatives like co-living spaces to avoid the pitfalls of the traditional rental housing market

When moving to new cities for jobs, they should consider co-living spaces and rented furniture. Image: iStock
When moving to new cities for jobs, they should consider co-living spaces and rented furniture. Image: iStock

Twenty-two-year-old Sanyam Gupta will finish his course in electrical engineering from IIT, Delhi soon and join Samsung Research Institute in Bengaluru at an annual salary of Rs 25 lakh.  Gupta is excited about starting his work life and living independently. His topmost priority is finding quality accommodation close to his work place, so that he is able to avoid Bengaluru’s chaotic traffic. Furnishing his living quarters with quality stuff purchased at the right price is another issue weighing on his mind. Kamna Bairathi, 22, has graduated from the Post Graduate ...