Looking for a nice villa in the South of France or for some offices in Silicon Valley for your tech startup? A new app that launched on September 1 seeks to disrupt the unsatisfactory listings-dominated real estate market with a more tailored approach. For executives relocating at the drop of a hat, Domobase has been created to help people new to an area with their property search. Domobase founder and CEO, Paul Fleury, is determined to put demand from buyers and tenants at the center of the real estate market rather than prolonging the process with numerous listings. “The current form of real estate industry is shaped around offer rather than demand. Domobase seeks to address that,” said Fleury. “Clients who seek to rent, buy or invest in property have to spend endless time on huge listings. They waste money and lose focus. Listings are improving with better data and better interface, but still the pain remains to go through so many listings,” said Fleury....
- Domobase is a new app that connects buyers, tenants with properties and puts them in touch with relevant agents.
- Domobase wants to disrupt the current online landscape for real estate, and is especially targeted towards time-poor, tech-savvy, well-off people who are new to town.
- The app will be available for any kind of property search, both commercial and residential.