Gaynor said she’s had the idea for a long time because she herself co-owned a home with a friend in the early 90s. More recently, the speed-dating element came to Gaynor when she was joking with her three sons about how they can now use apps like Tinder to find a date, then it hit her: “Why couldn’t we use something similar to hook people up — to buy a property together?
” “It helps people increase their net worth, and it’s not just about a landlord making money off of your rent,” she said.
At a recent speed-dating event for potential co-homeowners, guests who range from millennials to seniors have come to find The One — a match made in real estate heaven.
Whether your needs are casual or more serious, speed dating is definitely something all singles should employ on their quest to find love.
You have a lifetime of experiences at this stage in your life and you know what will and will not make you happy and fulfilled in a relationship.
The better we can grasp that, the more effective we can be of help to you.
About 30 people gaze into each other’s eyes in the basement of a Toronto pub.
But none of them are here in the hopes of falling in love.