Triplemint NYC is a real-estate start up that has grown rapidly because of their ability to match home buyers with the right home.
Posted by BoldTV on Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Buying, selling and renting an apartment is not an easy task, but Triplemint’s goal is to simplify the experience and make it more user friendly. Formerly known as Suitey, Triplemint has every intention of simplifying the steps to buying and selling property by creating a one-stop platform with a single-agency approach.
Suitey no more
Triplemint is a software-powered real estate brokerage with every intention of revamping real estate by way of technology. Their platform combines online property search tools with an offline real estate team to make the real estate experience more efficient from start to finish. One key difference between Triplemint and other real estate brokerages is their salespeople. They are not independent brokers paid on commission, but rather full-time employees with a regular salary. They are also given bonuses based on customer satisfaction.
With their headquarters based in New York City, Triplemint is currently available in the boroughs of Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn, but it doesn’t stop there.
Expanding their services
The revolutionary real estate brokerage has every intention of expanding their startup beyond buying, selling and renting apartments. Triplemint also offers a concierge moving service, providing discounts for local service providers. They even announced that they would donate a percentage of their revenue to Rebuilding Together NYC, a nonprofit aiming to help low-income families remain in their homes.
Attempting to buy, sell or rent your apartment is a tough process to go through, but Triplemint can make it easier. Their priority is to simplify the process for their customers, and provide amazing customer service. So if you’re looking for a real estate brokerage, Triplemint is definitely worth looking into.
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