Why do our members choose to stay connected even after our office or accommodation services are no longer required? I usually explain how we are a compact business run by a close-knit family that lives within the community. I tell how my mother-in-law cooked for the first residents at the share house back in 2012 until they started to prepare food and eat together and that the community has been fortified by marriages and babies (17 at last count) resulting from matches in the share house. But there is something else, something hard to put your finger on. I wonder if it’s something about the way we do business.
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