Based out of Barcelona, proptech startup Kasaz is settling itself into the spot of the newest home buying and selling platform in the country. Its goal is to reinvent the real estate industry in Spain by shifting the process of buying and selling a house into something more enjoyable for its users.
Kasaz is establishing itself as an alternative to the traditional real estate sector and for this purpose, opened an investment round of €250,000 on the platform The Crowd Angel after having just closed a round of €650,000 with international investors.
“Our goal is to achieve one million euros before the end of 2018,” said Kasaz Co-Founder and CEO Sébastien Marion, in a statement.
“We now have a real alternative to the traditional real estate portals, and we now aspire to be the new benchmark in a fairly obsolete and old-fashioned sector,” he added.
Today, the Spanish property sector, according to the founders, is inefficient. It takes on average over four months to buy a home, and it is difficult to find a property worth visiting through the clutter of misleading descriptions and bad quality photos.
Kasaz has developed a system based on transparency and a fully customer-oriented model.
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