NoBroker, a property technology start-up with offices in Bengaluru, has raised $5 million in a Series E funding round from investors including General Atlantic, Tiger Global, and Moore Strategic Ventures. NoBroker, a company that offers rental, buying, and selling services for homes, was founded in 2013 by three IIT graduates and has made the claim to be India’s first unicorn in real estate technology. With the most recent investment, the company will be able to serve more clients in existing and new cities, improve its technological infrastructure, and streamline the real estate industry.
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NoBroker does business in six cities right now: Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Pune. Reports say that the company said the money would help it get more customers in both existing and new cities. Use technology to make the whole real estate process easier. Amit Agarwal and Akhil Gupta, the co-founders, expressed their excitement about working with Google to develop products and solutions. That will make it easier for users to find homes and live in them. The previous funding round for NoBroker saw the company bring in $210 million in November 2021. With this new money from Google and other investors. NoBroker will be able to strengthen its position as India’s leading provider of technology related to real estate.