April 11, 2011
How often do you use your vacation home? What about that boat that is gathering barnacles in the marina? Or, if you live in a city, your car? With diyFractional, you can share ownership of infrequently used items and end up owning more for less.
For those seeking to share something, it’s a social network designed to help people find and connect with partners to share an asset with.
For those already sharing something, it’s a community of experienced shared owners and a comprehensive shared ownership management app that makes managing an asset-sharing partnership easy by providing scheduling, expense tracking and reimbursement, voting, issue tracking, and much more. In a nutshell, it’s do-it-yourself fractional ownership.
Founder Paul Citarella was bitten by the entrepreneurial bug toward the end of 2009 when he started working on a side project to help manage his boat sharing partnership. He soon left his career in corporate IT behind to focus full-time on developing diyFractional, which he launched in November 2010.
diyFractional will be showcased at Tech Cocktail NYC this Thursday, April 14, so stop by, say hi to Paul and learn more about this super userful online service.
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