Every now and then, people fall prey to dubious property sellers. It has gotten to a point where buyers are now becoming extremely cautious when acquiring properties.
But that’s not the only headache that comes with property acquisitions. Searching for nice accommodations can be really stressful especially when you are unfamiliar with the area. Most times it involves going from street to street or getting a recommendation from family and friends which may not prove so helpful in the long run.
LandHive is an online platform that is trying to mitigate these challenges. Launched on December 1, 2017, by Efosa Uwoghiren (CEO) and Timothy Mutfwang (Chief Brand Officer), the platform allows users to discover reliable landed properties, spaces, spare rooms, workspace, car parks and event centres. Users can also upload and share property vacancies for free on the platform.
LandHive intends to enhance its credibility by linking users’ profile to their social network accounts. According to Efosa, the platform notifies property owners immediately when a client indicates interest. He added that “to reduce fraud, we request videos of the property in question”. Landhive will also ensure that customers’ satisfaction comes first.
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