Student.com

Airbnb for student accommodations

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Steve Amara@new_user_4c83e7fdb5
great domain name!
Hugo Alves@ugo_alves · Product Manager
Reminds me of www.uniplaces.com . Any differences?
Gregory Koberger@gkoberger · Founder, ReadMe.io 📘🦉
I can't figure out if this is short-term vacation rentals ("Stress-free Booking") or 9-month-long housing ("Find accommodation near your university"). They charge per-week, which doesn't make sense for longer-term rentals. But they keep referring to being "close to your studies" all over the site.
Dave AmbroseHunter@daveambrose · Steadfast Venture Capital
We've been fascinated by the rise of shared and unique accommodations for different verticals, from family-focused units (@kidandcoe) to luxury (@onefinestay). What's unique about Student.com is that the marketplace fills a massive void for students both studying abroad or even in cases like here in NYC, lack of inventory for to live in. To see the problem, the NYT ran a recent story detailing how NYU solves this by partnering w. local hotels: http://mobile.nytimes.com/2015/1...
Vadi@vadivelk · Craftsman
I don't know why it has to be called as Student.com. Irrelevant to the concept of the site. And one can easily debate it as a name-bait. Nevertheless, a needed one.