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Startup Pitch: Mumbai’s First Dedicated Commercial Real Estate Platform

Jagaha.com

Location: Mumbai

Stage: Generating Revenues

The often painful, cumbersome, timely and frustrating search to buy or lease a Mumbai office space, showroom, shop, bar, restaurant, gym, lounge, salon, etc. is coming to an end.

Jagaha.com will provide office and retail space seekers relief from endless on-site visits, frivolous negotiations, fake photos and inaccurate information.

As Mumbai’s premiere commercial real estate platform, Jagaha improves commercial property seekers’ experience by providing data accuracy and transparency and improving efficiency through the use of technology and customer service. Jagaha.com provides its users with access to commercial real estate experts and a seamless user interface containing verified properties. Jagaha’s team will ensure the properties are real, the pictures are real and the information is real.

Jagaha.com, launch on December 15th 2015, focuses specifically on Mumbai’s office and retail properties spanning all of Mumbai, from Colaba to Powai. Jagaha.com will launch with over 1,000 premiere Mumbai commercial properties, with 10,000 properties expected in Q1 2016.

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