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John Long And Greg Salley On Cheddar TV: Equity Residences Offers Sharing Economy to Millennials Looking to Invest in Real Estate

Published April 14th, 2018
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[clickToTweet tweet=”Equity Residences is a real estate investment for the sharing economy. Millennials who want to gain a foothold in the real estate market can benefit from financial, as well as lifestyle dividends. Cheddar interviews Managing Directors. ” quote=”‘We have created a real estate investment for the sharing economy… …You get access to 20 homes around the world and you get to use the properties.’ “]

To understand the Equity Residences business model, watch this 5 minute interview with co-founders Greg Salley and John Long.

Equity Residences offers flexible real estate option for millennials who want to invest in the market, but also like to travel.

Co-founders Greg Salley and John Long sit down with Alyssa Julya Smith to discuss what that means for investors, revealing that entering into the shared economy space will cost about $150,000 as a starting point.

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