This Startup Gives Renters a Financial Stake in their Apartments
Featured in Fast Company, written by Adele Peters
July 2, 2020
When someone rents an apartment in a new complex in Columbus, Ohio, they can now also get a financial stake in the building. The property is the first to partner with Rhove, a startup that wants to help shrink the wealth gap between renters and homeowners by offering “rentership,” an asset that grows with the value of the property.
“We’re creating a new situation where every renter is a stakeholder,” says Rhove cofounder Calvin Cooper...Continue reading the full article from Fast Company