[INDIA REAL ESTATE NEWS] Good morning everyone I am Rumi Dhar from Kama Group.|
Here I have important INDIA real estate news to share with you which is as mention under.
NEW DELHI : Video walkthroughs, digital inspection and e-launches are increasingly becoming
popular with real estate firms and startups looking to push residential sales amid the
Considering that physical site visits for buying homes is impossible in the current situation,
real estate startups are trying to leverage tech-led solutions to woo prospective tenants
“Video walkthroughs have been gaining steam in India for the past 2-3 months. One could
shortlist on call, but finalizing on call is a big leap here. While the concept is being practised
in most developed countries, in India it was still at a nascent stage," said Akhil Gupta,
co-founder and chief technology officer, NoBroker.com, a tech-enabled real estate platform.
NoBroker, which raised a $30-million Series D round led by American private equity firm
General Atlantic in April, launched the video walk-throughs in March-end, and soon noticed
a spike in interest from both owners and tenants.
According to Ashish Puravankara, managing director of Bengaluru-based real estate developer
Puravankara Ltd, prospective buyers can engage in a live webinar on their website to discover
the price and book projects online. The company recently launched two projects on its portal.
Likewise, Mumbai-based Xanadu Realty has built a technology interface to enable sales and
aims to provide buyers a virtual tour of the property and the neighbourhood.
It is using a mix of virtual reality, automation and analytics to provide customers with a
“This is done through an integrated virtual sales experience platform, which Xanadu has
adopted across all ongoing projects," said Samujjwal Ghosh, director, brand and marketing,
Read more at: https://www.livemint.com/companies/news/covid-19-accelerates-technology-led-home-buying-renting-in-india-11592312822925.html
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