The real estate market is now becoming the market everyone is chasing, keeping in mind the on and off lockdowns due to the pandemic and fluctuating prices of properties more than ever since March 2020. Startups, tech firms are making the most of real estate in the expansion of their business.
Brick&Bolt, the growing startup in Bangalore and Mysore, is expanding its wings and seeing Hyderabad's real estate market as their next big destination. The company's aim is quite simple: it ensures that construction procedures are transparent and straightforward. A platform that will give a firm all the knowledge it needs to suit its requirements by helping save time and learn about the whole construction.
The plus point of the firm's unique platform is that they will help people construct their dream space without extra costs and relying on traditional contractors. The forum will cater to help construction for corporates easier and cater to home builders and help them in every step until the final project. The tech-enabled construction practices are the future, and Brick&Bolt aims to provide the best of it.
To grow as the technology-enabled construction practice firm, they found Hyderabad the best city to make that big leap and then move across the country. A company that was started in 2018 by Jayesh Rajpurohit has been following the same motto of tech-based construction practices and has completed 150 projects with minimal human-to-human contact and social distancing, which are the two big themes of any group practice since 2020.
The expansion of Brick and Bolt is just weeks away, and the firm will confirm their next four city plan once they are in the city. Their current aim is to build their name in the south Indian states before moving up north, where they will come across many small to midsegments firms already in the market.