For those living in either Guangzhou, Hangzhou or Beijing, 'Wowqu' offers rental apartments that are specifically targeted towards young professionals to enjoy. In order to take advantage of a unit available from 'Wowqu,' applicants must be under 35, have no children and fill out an extensive questionnaire. After a formal interview, applicants will either be accepted or declined to sign up with a long-term lease.
'Wowqu' is owned by 'Plateno' -- a hotel group in China -- and has plans to build dozens more rental apartment buildings that focus on the brand's current model. With the population of young professionals in China on the rise, 'Wowqu' helps offer them a place to enjoy rather than jump right into home ownership or solo renting.
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