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How this proptech startup is disrupting the real estate market with draws and flash sales

How this proptech startup is disrupting the real estate market with draws and flash sales
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During an online sales season that was sending many on a shopping spree several years ago, Swapna More asked her driver what was on his shopping list. 

The driver’s response became the genesis for her latest venture KAGAAY. He told her, “I wish I could grab a house at the best price, just like the sales going on Amazon and platforms. It would be great if I can get a home at the best price the way I bought my mobile.” 

Swapna was intrigued by how he commoditised houses while for most people, buying a home was an emotional process, entailing many site visits, opinion gathering, location sieving, and more. 

In 2019, she started KAGAAY, a gamified sales enablement platform to deliver the right price asset advantage to buyers and investors and fast track asset liquidation for realtors and bankers.

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News Live: PV Sindhu loses BWF Tour finals
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