Tallinn-based property and fintech start-up EvoEstate, which Emerging Europe included in its list of 10 start-ups from the region to watch in 2020, continues to disrupt the real estate market and make it more democratic for retail investors.
In mid-September, the real estate crowdfunding aggregator had 210 projects in its portfolio and with a pre-seed round closed, EvoEstate will now turn its attention to taking its innovative real estate investment platform global to begin providing services to interested investors around the world.
Gustas Germanavičius, one of EvoEstate’s co-founders and the start-up’s CEO, talks to Andrew Wrobel about real estate crowdfunding, the impact of Covid-19 on real estate transactions, and about the prospects for crowdfunding across the emerging Europe region.
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