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US’ Knock raises more funding for its property-based CRM platform

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US' Knock raises more funding for its property-based CRM platformKnock has recently raised more funds to support its real estate CRM and communications platform.

The Seattle startup just brought in another $2 million from real estate owners and property managers who also use the company’s service. Total funding to date is $5.5 million.

Knock builds technology that facilitates communication between multi-family property managers and renters — responding to questions, organizing tours, etc. It bills itself as an OpenTable or ZocDoc for property managers, consolidating chatbots, text messages, voicemails, and more in one place.

Knock’s product can be used with property management software systems like Yardi and Realpage, and also provides back-end analytics data to highlight engagement and internal sales statistics. It also integrates with productivity apps like Outlook and Slack.

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Comments

  • Carlos Barres
    June 25, 2018

    Dear Sir or Madam.

    I would like to receive information about Knock’s products.

    Thank you.

    Kind regards.

    Carlos Barres
    CEO & Managing Director
    Barre’s Property Trading
    Barre’s Luxury Properties
    Marbella. Spain

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