Kulveer Taggar, CEO and cofounder
Technology continues to shape the travel and housing industry by providing innovations across the entire experience of searching, booking, and living. With the way we live and work evolving, housing needs have changed and the need for innovations has accelerated. Enter Zeus Living, a PropTech FlexLiving solutions expert, leading the way in meeting the modern needs of living and renting. The next-gen property management company provides a new alternative to property management for owners and flexible, furnished homes for renters.
Zeus Living offers several flexible stay options for mid- and long-term travelers, digital nomads, remote workers, relocators, or people who simply want to try out a new city. Unlike hotels and other apartment rentals, they focus primarily on single-family housing options for residents who want to stay 30 days or more.
Renters do not need to visit the property in person or go through the intense paperwork or long waiting periods to complete the rental process. Instead, they can book a home quickly online after viewing a complete 3D tour of the home. “As Zeus Living takes care of all essential services, including WiFi, utilities, furniture, applications, and leases, our residents do not have to go through the steps of the traditional renting process,” mentions Kulveer Taggar, CEO and cofounder of Zeus Living. The homes are fully furnished and have basic home items like plates, utensils, linens, and paper towels.
Landlords who rent with Zeus Living also receive huge benefits. The company furnishes the homes, rents them out, coordinates repairs and maintenance, markets and collects rent from tenants. Owners need not worry about vacancies as Zeus Living markets the property and rents them, with an average occupancy rate of 87%. WIth a 97% renewal rate from owners, and a tech stack that supports pricing, onboarding, servicing, and renting homes out, Zeus Living has transformed how homeowners manage their rentals.
When Zeus Living started their business, residents were primarily corporate travelers, but much has changed in the past year. The upheaval caused by the pandemic has brought a new stream of customers who want to explore new housing options. “The American dream is no longer about owning a home, but it is all about investing in new experiences,” says Taggar. Zeus Living makes it possible for residents to live where they want, with the ease and flexibility they want.
Moving ahead, the company foresees huge growth in the corporate housing sector as well as with the new remote worker. Zeus Living currently operates in over 141 cities, including Austin, San Francisco, Miami, Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. With $40M in unmet demand for flexible housing last year and that number increasing, they continue to expand.