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What are the business and revenue models to consider in an Urban Company Clone app?

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With a healthy CAGR of almost 50% in the upcoming years, the market for home services app has become the investors’ eye. Apps like Urban Company, Housejoy, etc., have made their everlasting presence in the flourishing sector. Developing a home services app has been made easy with the emergence of clone app solutions. 

If you’re an entrepreneur aiming to foray into the sector, here’s a list of business and revenue models to consider in your Urban company clone app.  

Business models: 

  • Buyer-pick model: In this model, it is the customers who decide the type of services as well as service professionals. Customers can filter service providers based on various metrics and choose their desired professionals. 

  • Supplier-pick model: In this model, customers decide the type of services alone. The algorithm decides service professionals in the vicinity and assigns them bookings regularly. 

Revenue models: 

  • Commissions from service providers: Deduct a percentage of every customer payment to service providers. 

  • Subscription charges: Demand subscription plans from customers who wish to avail of premium benefits. 

  • The in-app ad charges: Levy ad charges from third-party brand owners based on ad views, clicks, impressions, etc. 

These are some business and revenue models to consider in an Urban Company clone app script. Initiate your app development today. 


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