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Logis launches taking Tunisian real estate online

Online real estate portal Logis has launched in Tunisia, aiming to simplify the process of buying, renting or selling a property, and empowering consumers with real estate data.

Logis launched last month (January), claiming to be the first unified portal in Tunisia to offer listings from real estate agents, landlords, and property developers all in one place.

The startups aims to provide an all-in-one real estate site that gives consumers the local scoop about homes for sale, apartments for rent, local real estate agents, real estate market prices and trends, to help users figure out exactly what, where, and when to buy, rent or sell.

“Logis is empowering people to make better decisions when it comes to choosing an apartment by giving them a portal to check and inquire about listings,” says founder Riyadh Ellouze.

“[We are] empowering consumers with data, inspiration and knowledge around real estate.”

In addition to making it easier to access real estate listings, Logis is also tackling the problem of unlicensed agents and landlords, by publishing a full list of the licensed providers in Tunisia.

From estate agents’ side, the Logis platform performs numerous beneficial functions – they are able to list a variety of properties in one place, provide a cost and description; track how listings are performing; while the platform also reposts listings in all the classified websites in Tunisia to increase visibility.

The startup is also developing further tools to assist real estate providers, such as a customer relationship management (CRM) tool to help them optimise their work.

Having launched only last month, the startup is currently focusing on growing its user base – with a target of 5,000 daily users by the end of 2017 -, before moving to monetise through a subscription model.


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