We are in the TOP50! – Real Estate Innovation Contest 2018

We are happy to announce that EstateGuru has been chosen as one of the top 50 startups for the Real Estate Innovation Contest 2018! The top startups were chosen by more than 50 experts, investors and professional partners from leading European companies.

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EstateGuru Platform developments

At EstateGuru, we always keep in mind the user experience of our website and try to improve it in all ways possible. In 2018, we have plans to make a complete overhaul for our website and the visual side of things. The end goal is to make EstateGuru’s system the most modern and user-friendly of all the P2P platforms out there. We are going to make improvements to the Auto Invest feature, portfolio overview, integration with other services, statistics, referral program, website loading speed and so on. There are already a number of new updates made to our system that we would like to introduce to our users in this blog post. You can read further about the latest EstateGuru platform developments below.

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EstateGuru is close to opening the Irish market in the near future

Last week, EstateGuru Co-founder and CEO Marek Pärtel and Business Development Manager Daniil Aal took part as members of the Estonian business delegation accompanying the Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas in his visit to Dublin. EstateGuru has been preparing the market entry to Ireland for last 12 months and hopes to launch its first investment opportunity soon. Continue reading “EstateGuru is close to opening the Irish market in the near future”

EstateGuru helped the least privileged families at Christmas

Similar to last year, EstateGuru made a charitable project at Christmas to help the least privileged families. The Nida bridge loan helped fund buying Christmas gifts for children that are raised as orphans by their grandparents.

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