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Aparkost and Mamikos Sign an MoU on Rental Housing Cooperation

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Aparkost and Mamikos Sign an MoU on Rental Housing Cooperation

Property rental search service start-up, Mamikos collaborated with property investment service Aparkost to maximize housing income during the Covid-19 pandemic. All residences under the auspices of Aparkost are now included in the Mamikos platform to be marketed.

Mamikos co-founder and CEO Maria Regina Anggit said the Covid-19 pandemic brought challenges for the property rental industry, such as boarding houses being able to survive and increase income. One of them is by collaborating.

Aparkost and Mamikos Sign an MoU on Rental Housing Cooperation

According to him, collaboration with boarding investment services such as Aparkost provides benefits for companies to further expand and improve the completeness of boarding options for users.

“All Aparkost boarding houses are included in the rental list in the Mamikos application so that boarding house seekers are free to find their ideal boarding house easily and comfortably,” he said in a press release on Thursday (27/8).

Conversely, Aparkost will have the opportunity to expand market share and increase residential income. The company also collaborates with various campuses and will continue to update information on potential boarding houses to Aparkost in order to increase occupancy.

Users can Choose According to Their Preferences

Meanwhile, Apartkost, which is a subsidiary of PT Ibnu Auf Global Investama, creates property ideas in boarding houses that have a clear, neat, and organized management system, so as to ensure order, security, and comfort of all residents.

Aparkost residential areas that are included in the rental list on the Mamikos platform include Depok, Yogyakarta, Jatinangor, Makassar, Surabaya, Bogor, Bandung. Users can determine boarding houses according to their preferences, such as choosing a location, budget, and rental duration.

Aparkost and Mamikos Sign an MoU on Rental Housing Cooperation

Users can determine the occupancy of the boarding house according to their preferences, such as choosing a location, budget, and duration, monthly or yearly.

Currently, Mamikos has spread to more than 140 cities throughout Indonesia. Not only searching for boarding houses in residential areas, but Mamikos has also developed the apartment category.

Aparkost is a service under the auspices of PT Ibnu Auf Global Investama or SSC Investment Corp. The company offers investment in boarding rooms either to live in or to rent in order to get the monthly passive income which is managed by the management.

CEO of SCC Investment Corp Andi Taufik Yusuf said that the collaboration with Mamikos is expected to maximize rental potential professionally through the use of technology.

“It increases attractiveness for investors and also makes it easier for tenants to find the desired boarding house,” he said. The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the businesses of startups, aka startups globally. Since March 11, 2020, there have been 511 companies that have had to lay off their employees up to 67,496 people.

Payment Methods that can be Selected by the User

To facilitate monthly boarding payments, various payment methods are available at Mamikos such as Bank Transfer, Credit Card, GOPAY, OVO, Dana, LinkAja, Alfamart, Indomaret, and others.

CEO of SCC Investment Corp Andi Taufik Yusuf said, through this cooperation, his party hopes to increase added value for Aparkost as a good property investment, thereby increasing attractiveness for investors and also making it easier for tenants to find the desired boarding house.

Aparkost and Mamikos Sign an MoU on Rental Housing Cooperation

“We hope to help investors (boarding house owners) to maximize rental potential professionally through the use of technology registered in the Mamikos application,” said Andi.

“The closest target with Mamikos, of course, during the pandemic, is survivability first. Everyone ensures that they are in a survival condition, so they can be a short-term target so that we can get through the pandemic together,” said Andi.

He also added that the long-term target for increasing occupancy is even better from the collaboration between SCC Investment Corp and Mamikos with an occupancy target of 60-80 percent in the second semester of this year when students can return to study offline.

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