Monday, August 8, 2022
Monday, August 8, 2022
Home Startups launches to boost South Africa’s local real estate market launches to boost South Africa’s local real estate market

by Sam Wakoba
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Though South Africa has a number of property sites such as PrivateProperty, PropertyJunction, Property24, MyProperty among others, a new digital platform – Buyorlet has launched in South Africa to revolutionise the global property sector by offering free real estate listings to agents and the public alike.

Founded by South African technology entrepreneur, Madoda Khuzwayo, BUYORLET will also provide users with the opportunity to request any professional service such as calling for a plumber, builder, decorator, roofing specialist or gardener at the touch of a button.

According to Khuzwayo , “Our intention is to be a one-stop real estate marketplace connecting property owners with property professional services. We have taken our lessons from building other online community portals, spent considerable time researching what is happening in the international real estate industry, delving into consumer needs, and incorporated all of these into Buyorlet. ”

Khuzwayo adds that though Buyorlet is still in its launch phase, it has already attracted the attention of several local real estate companies, who are quickly seeing the benefits of a centralised property portal that effectively helps them market themselves and their inventory, better and faster and to more people.

Also built-in to the current site, is a robust messaging platform, which affords agents, buyers and sellers a secure communication channel for high value property transactions and online mortgage applications for example.

Buyorlet says its sophisticated data algorithms can interpret user search criteria and match it to the listed property information, serving them just what they need – the perfect home.

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