NoBroker updates feature on NoBroker Pay

January 1, 2019
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NoBroker, an Indian search engine for property that does not rely on brokerages, is launching a payment feature to simplify the rent payment process on its NoBroker Pay. This will allow users to make payments using credit or debit cards, UPI wallet, or Net Banking.

“NoBroker Pay will not only connect home-seekers and home-owners directly but also ensure that settling down and staying is just as seamless an experience as finding the right property," said Akhil Gupta, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of NoBroker.

Apart from adding convenience and generating instant rent receipts, users can also use the feature to pay maintenance and deposit. Since the launch of the feature, the company claims to have witnessed an overwhelming response from owners and tenants.

“Over 10,000 people have already started using the service,” added Akhil.

The brokerage-free property search portal primarily connects house owners and seekers directly by eliminating the middleman.

“With NoBroker, we want to enable the customer by creating an ecosystem of genuine owners and customers. NoBroker gives smart recommendations to the customers based on real-time data and assists the customer in making an informed decision,” says Akhil.

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