Kzas Slims Down Commission Price to Zero to Boost Business

June 13, 2020
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In the news of companies continuing to churn out different methods to save their users money while offering alms to keep in business in the wake of the global COVID-19 crisis, Brazilian proptech firm, Kzas, is offering zero commission on property transactions for May and June. 

Ksaz has three main services that consumers can utilize to purchase the property of their choice: Kzas Buyers, Kzas Sellers, and Kzas Kredit, which are designed to optimize the property buying lifecycle and support consumers to ensure they get the best help in the business through an all-in-one platform.  

To celebrate this newly formed platform, it launched a buyer incentive program to aid in closing deals during the current market climate. 

Kzas usually charges a commission of 5-6%, but with this new program, it has cut that commission to zero through the months of May and June. 

Eduardo Muszkat, Kzas’s CFO, said:

“Many owners are holding back on listing their properties due to the decline in demand. Buyers on the other hand, sit still waiting for prices to decline. In an effort to encourage customers to buy and sell, Kzas will enable prices to go down by 3% to 6% with no loss for either buyers or sellers during the months of May and June.”

Kzas isn’t the only company offering its services for free to boost user interaction. LeBonCoin also launched a special marketing campaign and offered free listing while the pandemic raged.

June 13, 2020
Victoria has been writing about property portals and marketplace sites for Online Marketplaces for over 3 years. She is also our resident artist and is responsible for all of the infographic content on the site.

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