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Indian startup company to hire luxury cars for customers
Real estate company, CommonFloor, had announced that it will hire air-conditioned vehicles for their wealthy costumers who are looking into buying at least one of their five million properties.
Potential buyers who are used to the luxury cars will be given a five star ride in a Mercedes or BMW to and from the sites in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, and Delhi.
According to Sumit Jain, CommonFloor co-founder and CEO, the service is about bridging the gap between the buyer and seller. Jain said that the company prefers that their buyer actually see the property and not just be content on what is in their website. The service, adds Jain, is to also ensure that once the buyer and seller meet on an agreed platform, the transaction and closing of the deal will go smoothly.
However, the service will not stay free for long. For now, the company will shoulder the expense of the rent, but eventually, the fee will be shouldered by the property sellers.
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