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Nukondo embarks on global scale-up campaign

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Nicholas Fearn

Florida residential platform Nukondo has kicked off a global roll-out with a string of strategic alliances.

The Miami-based firm, which develops software aimed at real estate developers, is looking to expand its services, reach and presence into new geographic markets.

Founded in 2016, Nukondo has developed a listings service for new construction condos. It provides a catalogue of information about new builds, including renderings, price ranges and unit types, all of which is distributed globally to improve transparency in this space.

Nukondo claims to help real estate agents save time by “knowing what the newest buildings are in their town without having to jump from sales gallery-to-sales gallery or website-to-website”.

One of Nukondo’s new alliances is with Edgewise, which provides sales and marketing technology for construction builders and developers. Nukondo said they will integrate their platforms to “consolidate the new construction niche”.

What’s more, Canadian company CUV Ventures has signed an agreement to integrate its payment system into the Nukondo platform. This will give users the ability to make transactions through smart contracts and remittance of payments globally.

As part of the partnership, CUV plans to open physical Nukondo branches in Vancouver, Chicago, Paris, Barcelona and Madrid – allowing the firm to expand from its Miami headquarters and develop a global footprint.

In a statement, CUV chief executive officer Steve Marshall said: “We look forward to integrating Revolupay into Nukondo, and aiding international expansion.”

Nukondo is also partnering with Condo.com, a condominium marketplace with a presence in 40 US states. The move will provide Nukondo with an opportunity to offer its services to Condo’s extensive customer base.

Jorge Brugo, founder of Nukondo, said: “We are very excited to have these new alliances, to help each other raise the bar in the real estate technology space.”

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