Jeffrey Pang

SAN FRANCISCO, CA—Jeffrey Pang had a problem that he needed to quickly solve. He was in San Francisco and needed an affordable place to live. However, with San Francisco being one of the most expensive places in the U.S. to live, he could barely rdly afford the expensive rents. Thus, the Stanford University alum and engineer got inspired to create the platform to fulfill his desire for affordable housing with like-minded roommates in the local Bay area.

“Finding someone via Craigslist is not the most trustworthy method of finding roommates who were similar to me,” says Pang, CEO and founder of HomeShare. ”So I founded HomeShare where roommates can get affordable access to luxury rental spaces in the city.”

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