Bungalo's online real estate listing platform arrives in Charlotte

July 28, 2019
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Online real estate platform that enables buyers to search, tour, finance, and even close on exclusive listings, Bungalo, had just recently launched in the Charlotte area, its fifth market.

Bungalo is unique in that if offers users an easy-to-use guide that takes them through the whole home buying process in a transparent, no-hidden-fees way. Properties sold through Bungalo are at a first-come, first-served basis, and users pay the exact listing prices without the need for fighting others in a bid. 

Currently, Bungalo owns over 50 homes in Charlotte, ranging from $295,000 – $750,000. Each home is renovated and quality assured through an extensive, 160-point inspection as well as a third party inspection before being added to the Bungalo platform. Bungalo prides itself in its transparency and claims that all houses are move-in ready, with no surprise issues post-purchase. 

Home hunters can peruse its inventory of homes for sale and instantly tour them on the Charlotte section of its website. To do this, first download the Bungalo app or visit the website, then select "Tour Now – Instant Access” to receive a special code to allow you into any home, 24/7, no appointment required. 

Bungalo has $225 million in backing and another $1 billion committed from parent company Amherst, a firm focused on driving change across all facets of the $35 trillion US real estate market.

SOURCE Bungalo
Edited by V. Haviland

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July 28, 2019
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