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RERA paves the way for informed purchases

Saundarya.Jain @timesgroup.com decision to invest in Are estate is a crucial one, given the financial stakes at hand. It is imperative to safeguard the buyer's interests and ensure that the real estate sector is regulated properly and fairly. For this purpose, RERA (Real Estate Regulatory Authority) was established under the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016. "Ifyou buy any high-value product today, be it electronics or a car, it comes with awarranty or a guarantee.

FINANCIAL EXPRESS

For housing as a product to evolve, we need to connect housing to personal lifestyle and personal finance. Our next big thing is going to be around how we curate moving in experiences for customers of real estate companies. The objective is to make moving in cheaper and more delightful for customers, says Akhil Saraf, Founder and CEO, Reloy.

The Pioneer

RBI strikes halance hetween inflation and growth, say experts on rate hike Mumbai: The RBI has endeavoured to strike the right balance between inflation and growth at this critical juncture, industry experts on Wednesday said after a 50 basis points hike in the key rate by the central bank. Announcing the credit policy, Reserve Bank Governor Shaktikanta Das said that the Indian economy is resilient,

THE ECONOMIC TIMES

New Delhi: HDFC-backed proptech firm Reloy is targeting a three-fold jump in its revenue to Rs 13 crore this fiscal, helped by expansion to new cities and the addition of more real estate clients. Founded by Akhil Sharaf in 2018, Reloy, erstwhile Loyalie IT Solutions, has been working closely with top builders to create the perfect home-owning journey through their customer loyalty programmes.

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HDFC Backed Reloy Aims INR 13 Cr Revenue This Fiscal

HDFC Bank(Housing Development Finance Corporation) owns 7.2 percent stake in proptech startup Reloy. Reloy had this January raised INR 5 crore from investors, including Inflection Point Ventures, to expand and grow its business.

HDFC backed proptech firm Reloy is targeting a three-fold jump in its revenue to INR 13 crore this fiscal, helped by expansion to new cities and the addition of more real estate clients.

CONSTROFACILITATOR

Decoding Digital Amenities for the future of Realty

The digital technology continues to evolve and construction is following up with the trend and finding ways to leverage it and make their work easier, more efficient, and more streamlined. The right technology platforms position companies to stay competitive, grow revenue and provide tremendous benefits to property owners, investors, project planners, and the subcontractors and workers they hire to execute. One such platform is Reloy. It provides a digital platform designed to empower your homeowners as well as

BUSINESS STANDARD

Investments in proptech firms are expected to touch USD 1 billion in 2025, almost double from the 2020 level, with adoption of technologies gaining momentum in the real estate sector, according to a report by CII and Colliers.

In a joint report 'Real Estate 3.0: Technology-led growth', industry body CII and property consultant Colliers India mentioned that the COVID pandemic has provided a further impetus to technology in real estate sector to ensure seamless

DECCAN HERALD

Proptech Relo aims 3-fold jump in rev in FY23

Proptech Reloy ~aims 3-fold jump inrevinFY23 NEW DELHI, PTi: HDFC-backed proptech firm Reloy is targeting a threefoldjumpinitsrevenuetoRs 13 crorethisfiscal, helpedby expansion to new cities and the addition of more real estate clients The company was founded by Akhil Saraf in 2018 as Lovyalie IT Solutions and renamed later as Reloy. In May, HDFC acquired a 7.2% stake

THE FREE PRESS JOURNAL

HDFC-backed startup Reloy aims 3X jump in revenue to Rs 13 cr in FY23

HDFC-backed startup Reloy aims 3X jump in revenue to As 13 cr in FY23 HDFC-backed proptech firm Reloy is targeting a three-fold jump in its revenue to Rs 13 crore this fiscal, helped by expansion to new cities and the addition of more real estate clients. Founded by Akhil Sharaf in 2018, Reloy, erstwhile Loyalie IT Solutions, has been working closely with top builders to create the perfect home-owning journey through their customer loyalty programmes.

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HDFC-backed proptech firm Reloy is targeting a three-fold jump in its revenue to Rs 13 crore this fiscal, helped by expansion to new cities and the addition of more real estate clients. Founded by Akhil Sharaf in 2018, Reloy, erstwhile Loyalie IT Solutions, has been working closely with top builders to create the perfect home-owning journey through their customer loyalty programmes.

In May, HDFC acquired a 7.2 percent stake in Loyalie IT Solutions Pvt Ltd (now Reloy) for Rs 1.1 crore. Reloy had in January raised Rs 5 crore from investors, including Inflection Point Ventures, to expand and grow its business.

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RERA paves the way for informed purchases

Investors are showing interest in investing in property technology (PropTech) companies. The use of modern technologies in the field of real estate has been increasing in recent times.

This will expand the opportunities for PropTech companies. Hence, these companies have become attractive for investments. CII and Colliers estimate that the annual investment in these companies will reach $1 billion (Rs 7,700 crore) by 2025.

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THE FREE PRESS JOURNAL

HDFC-backed proptech startup Reloy aims 3-fold jump in revenue to Rs 13 cr in FY23

HDFC-backed proptech firm Reloy is target ing a three-fold jump in its revenue to Rs 13 crore this fiscal, helped by expansion to new cities and the addition of more real estate clients. Founded by Akhil Sharaf in 2018, Reloy, erstwhile Loyalie IT Solutions, has been working closely with top builders to create the perfect home-owning journey through their customer loyalty programmes.

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New Delhi: Investments in proptech firms are expected to touch USD 1 billion in 2025, almost double from the 2020 level, with adoption of technologies gaining momentum in the real estate sector, according to a report by CII and Colliers.

In a joint report 'Real Estate 3.0: Technology-led growth', indus try body Cll and property consultant Colliers India mentioned that the COVID pandemic has provided a further impetus to technology in real estate sector to ensure seamless services for remote working, ease in construction and focus on health.

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DECCAN HERALD

How NoBroker is rewriting the rules of the real estate market

How NoBrokeris rewriting therules of the real estate market Sees clients saving brokerage fees worth RS 3,000 crore this year RESHAB SHAW BENGALURU, DHNS disrupt the Indian real estate market, rewind To understand if NoBroker has been able to to2015. That was when a group of 50 brokers barged into the then one-year old startup's office in Bengalu ru, destroyed its gadgets and assaulted its employees. : The brokers were miffed with NoBroker for destroying their livelihoods by helping potential home buyers and renters avoid the middlemen and eliminate brokerage fees.

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Investments in proptech firms to touch USD 1 bn in 2025: Report

Investments in proptech firms are expected to touch USD 1 billion in 2025, almost double from the 2020 level, with adoption of technologies gaining momentum in the real estate sector, according to a report by CII and Colliers.in a joint report Real Estate 3.0 Technology-led growth, industry body Cll and property consultant Colliers India mentioned that the COVID pandemic has provided a further impetus to technology in real estate sector to ensure seamless services for remote working, ease in construction and focus on health. Technologies like Internet of Things loT, Virtual reality VR, Artificial Intelligence Al were being utilised pre-pandemic.

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HDFC-backed proptech firm Reloy is target ing a three-fold jump in its revenue to Rs 13 crore this fiscal, helped by expansion to new cities and the addition of more real estate clients. Founded by Akhil Sharaf in 2018, Reloy, erstwhile Loyalie IT Solutions, has been working closely with top builders to create the perfect home-owning journey through their customer loyalty programmes. In May, HDFC acquired a 7.2 per cent stake in Loyalie IT Solutions Pvt Ltd (now Reloy) for Rs 1.1 crore.

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Investments In Proptech Firms, To Touch USD 1 Bn In 2025: Report

Investments in proptech firms are expected to touch USD 1 billion in 2025, almost double from the 2020 level, with adoption of technologies gaining momentum in the real estate sector, according to a report by CII and Colliers. In a joint report 'Real Estate 3.0: Technology-led growth', industry body CII and property consultant Colliers India mentioned that the COVID pandemic has provided a further impetus to technology in real estate sector to ensure seamless services for remote working, ease in construction and focus on health.