Ana O. is about to begin her final year of Economics at UC3M and has taken advantage of this summer to do a professional internship. Meanwhile, she has decided to rent a room in a shared flat in Madrid with Homiii. In her first years of university she lived in a student residence and in a flat with 12 people. Now that she has experience sharing a flat, she has focused on finding quality accommodation: sharing with fewer people, in a mixed flat, with a single room, with functional and more modern furniture. That is why she has rented a room in the Homiii shared apartment on Hilarión Eslava street, in Moncloa area.
For Ana, the contact with Homiii has been super fast, she hasn’t had long waits when she has requested information.
“I don’t live in Madrid, I have had to manage everything from Andalusia, and I have booked online at www.homiii.com”.
When she came to Madrid, she was offered a visit to the flat and was able to verify that the apartment was as it was on the photos she had seen on the web. Ana tells us that she received her contract by email, and when she entered the apartment, she received a welcome email with maintenance and emergencies phones, wifi passwords and the schedule of the cleaning service.
She value that the rooms are large, the kitchen is spacious and very practical to use, something that has not been found in other rental houses. In fact, she has recommended a friend to book with Homiii, and from September she will be her flatmate.
Homiii has given Ana security, “I can talk to any of the team if I have a problem, if I need a repair in the house or my flatmate is bothering me.” With Homiii you are in a house at ease, you do not see an old house with the refurbishment it has. And so far with the other tenants, she believes that the profiles that enter Homiii are all very compatible.
“Everything is positive with Homiii” for Ana, who says that “Homiii focuses on quality in shared apartments.” [:]