As soon as rent is not paid, the system sends a legally binding notice.— Justin R. Melville, Ekaya.com
If we stopped blooming growing we’d be profitable!— Justin R. Melville, Ekaya.com
Getting onto the property ladder is not easy.
Many people have to rent.
Increasingly there are also those who rent out of choice; preferring other, potentially more lucrative, investments than residential property.
Almost everybody rents at some point in their lives.
Melville cofounded Ekaya.com in 2013.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
We’re fully national… We’ve got some customers in Swaziland too!— Justin R. Melville, Ekaya.com
Limpopo, until recently, had the highest rentals in South Africa.— Justin R. Melville, Ekaya.com
How do you turn random strangers into potential candidates?— Justin R. Melville, Ekaya.com
Both parties’ reputations are equally at stake.— Justin R. Melville, Ekaya.com
Putting everything in writing is a great way to prevent a ‘foul-up’.— Justin R. Melville, Ekaya.com
You can have anyone out in between 14 to 28 days.— Justin R. Melville, Ekaya.com
The hideous stories you hear are in the minority, from what we see.— Justin R. Melville, Ekaya.com
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