Smart address creating company, Zippr has announced its partnership with India’s online real estate platform, CommonFloor.
As per Zippr, the process of listing user’s space whether it be a villa, apartment, bungalow etc takes lesser than a minute to complete via the Zippr app, the execution of which demands just 3 steps, namely providing ‘Basic Information’, mentioning it’s ‘Property Layout’ & the ‘Price and Availability’ details.
After the fields are populated, a confirmation call is made in order to cross check and confirm user’s listing. Property is then listed on the Commonfloor website/database.
Zippr code is equivalent to house number and anyone with this code will see an option to quick-list their properties for rent or sale on the Zippr mobile app.
As per CommonFloor, the move will accelerate CommonFloor listing process which already has 5 lakh active property listings from over 200 cities and has over 1 lakh residential projects listed with it. CommonFloor can now easily verify the property and will allow prospective buyers or sellers to get exact directions and navigation to the property using a smartphone.
Sumit Jain, Co-Founder & CEO, CommonFloor said, “We are happy to associate with Zippr as we both are in e-commerce space and have a common goal to connect customers to our service through technology. The integration of Zippr with Commonfloor will provide customers a much faster and easier means to list properties. Our aim is to map every property in the country on our portal and such partnerships helps us to offer customers to view wide variety of properties on our platform, and take an informed decision before buying or renting.”
Commenting on this alliance, Aditya Vuchi, Founder & CEO, Zippr said “We’re excited to announce this partnership that will empower Zippr’s users to list their properties on the CommonFloor platform very easily. This service will augment many other services that we now offer within our mobile app. This is in addition to the rapid efforts to integrate with different municipalities and smart cities across India to replace the archaic house number with a smarter, shorter Zippr code.”