Inside Rahul Yadav's glorious penthouse
Housing.com seems to have been hacked earlier today. If we go by the recent history with Housing, it could also be a prank! A custom 404 page that someone wants the world to consider as a hack?
Here are the top life lessons we learnt from the Rahul Yadav-Housing.com saga.
Housing.com finally ended its troubled (to say the very least) relationship with CEO Rahul Yadav and this time he is not coming back.
Housing.com CEO Rahul Yadav's leaked email about responding to different journalists differently on the issue of the company's sale gets mixed response.
Last month, Yadav hogged limelight when he gave away all his holding worth about Rs 200 crore in the company to the employees
Looks like Yadav's brash attitude has taken a toll on his company
The board is likely to make an announcement in two weeks, says a report.
Earlier this year, Housing.com had acquired Indian Real Estate Forum to provide trustworthy information and end-to-end services to all stakeholders.
Sources said Merisis Advisors were the advisors to the deal, but the company also declined to comment when reached.
Property portal Housing.com is eyeing international realty market for expanding business and is looking at regions like South East Asia and Middle East, a top company official said.
He was frank, witty and surprisingly polite rather than brash. Housing.CEO's Rahul Yadav's first ever AMA ( Ask me Anything) on Redit was neither controversial nor a soap opera unlike his previous gimmiks.
Housing.com CEO Rahul Yadav, the the unconventional, maverick and at time totally unpredictable, has now agreed to an 'Ask Me Anything' session with Reddit less than a week after he decided to 'gift' all his shares in the company to employees.
Investors think such antics by Rahul Yadav will only destroy the prospects of the company
Now, Housing's Rahul Yadav challenges Zomato's Deepinder, Ola's Bhavish to give away half their stakes
The latest FB post shows that he might have been a result of the PR boost he got yesterday
While the 'gift' could serve as a temporary motivation factor for Housing.com's employees who might be concerned about their future in this uncertain startup, it should also be noted that in most cases, when a founder decides to leave a company, his share is transferred back to the ESOP pool. Is this 26-year old CEO really willing to lose it all and start afresh or is there more to it than meets the eye?
Yadav seems to be bracing for another run-in with Housing.com's board
Even though Rahul Yadav, the CEO of realty portal Housing.com has withdrawn his resignation and apologised for reportedly calling fellow board members and investors intellectually incapable of any sensible discussion, it is but obvious that SoftBank will take charge of operations at the real estate start-up that was founded in 2012.
It appears the drama at real estate portal Housing.com has finally come to an end with Rahul Yadav stepping down. But this is no ordinary resignation. In a rather scathing letter to investors announcing his resignation, Yadav calls them intellectually incapable to have a sensible discussion and said he doesn’t have time to waste with them. He gave the company a notice period of seven days after calculating his life expectancy of 3 lakh hours!