PRLog - March 12, 2014 - MUMBAI, India -- Most products aren’t investments. They lose value the moment you take them home from the shop, and continue to depreciate the longer you own them and the more you use them. This is true of everything from cars to designer dresses. For most of our goods, though, we can hope to recover some of what we spent on it by selling it when we no longer need it, but we’re foregoing huge money when we make the purchase.
How it works
Given that, there are plenty of times when it makes more sense to rent. Anytime you’re buying something you have a limited use for, you might want to pause and consider renting instead.
There are young people who make an effort to own as little as possible, renting what they want or need and then swapping it for new rental items after a short time. They just want to always have the latest trends, so instead of buying their stuff they rent it and turn it in every few months for the hot new item.
The need to rent & share is gaining popularity as one needs to pay only for what/when he/she needs. The continouos increase in poulation, depletion of raw materials and resources, increase in the number of options in each category for each brand will make it impossible for everyone to own everything they like/need.
The younger generation see sharing as a way of life and are not so keen on owning things. The internet and social media has allowed the instant communication needed to put those who want in touch with those who have, and vice versa.
RentMasti provides the owners & renters a platform to connect. It provides an easy access to information for renting goods & services to Individuals & Companies and give owners an exclusive rental platform to advertise & promote their products & services.
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