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A Cameroonian startup sets up an online real estate agency

A Cameroonian startup sets up an online real estate agency
  • Comments   -   Thursday, 10 December 2015 06:07

(Business in Cameroon) - Put an end to the actions of crooked real estate agents who more than often abscond with the money of accommodation seekers, and facilitate the search and access to housing thanks to the opportunities offered by internet and mobile telephones. These are the main goals of lamudi.cm, a type of online real estate agency set up by young Cameroonians.

This digital platform which has been operating for one year, directly links landlords and prospective tenants, and even sellers and potential real estate buyers throughout the country.

Through pictures posted online, the potential buyer or tenant can get an idea of the accommodation put up for rent or sale, and directly contact a real estate agent approved by the platform, to discuss the details of a possible transaction.

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