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Friday, January 06, 2012

U.K. startup ParkAtMyHouse is expanding to the U.S. to help homeowners rent out their unused driveways.

 

The Occupy Driveway service is trying to get the attention of homeowners and business owners who have especially valuable parking spots that go unused most of the day “when they could be moneymaking real estate assets.”
Haley Cook, a company spokeswoman, said U.K. homeowners have earned more than $5 million since the service launched five years ago. “Property owners who live near commuter areas with a train station can expect to earn over $2,000 per parking spot annually,” Cook said.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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