Proptech Kucing on the cusp of transforming Singapore’s property market
Kucing co-founders Guillaume Garagnon and Mathieu Goarant provide tech-driven solutions that bridge the gaps and future-proof the real estate industry.
In a bid to revolutionize the real estate industry in Singapore, Kucing, an innovative platform co-founded by Guillaume Garagnon and Mathieu Goarant, is poised to bring tech-driven solutions and sustainable practices to the property market.
The platform aims to bridge the gap between homeowners and home seekers by empowering them with direct access and essential tools for efficient property transactions.
Kucing is no ordinary property platform; it is a consumer-first service that leverages cutting-edge technology to provide users with the same tools and resources that were once reserved for industry professionals.
Among the platform’s unique features are 3D maps that offer comprehensive information about the Singapore property market and the ability to book property visits directly from the app.
Interviewed recently by Real Estate Asia, Goarant shared how they found the inspiration to create Kucing and enter the real estate market.
“We adopted a consumer-first approach by listening to homeowners and home seekers to understand their expectations. We noticed a gap in the market, where existing property portals and social networks lacked the direct access and personalized services that consumers desired. Additionally, we identified inefficiencies in traditional channels involving property agents and viewing arrangements,” Goarant said.
For his part, Garagnon highlighted Kucing’s distinctive positioning in the industry. “Kucing serves as a digital conduit that bridges the gap between agent-centered platforms and generic service-oriented platforms. We align the interests of homeowners and home seekers, empowering them to interact directly with one another,” he said.
By challenging the status quo, Kucing now plays a vital role in future-proofing the real estate industry.
The platform actively integrates strategic elements from Singapore’s Real Estate Industry Transformation Map (ITM) 2025, with a focus on automating verification checks and promoting technology adoption.
At Kucing, the aim is to empower consumers by providing them with knowledge, data visualizations, and step-by-step guides related to conveyancing, according to co-founders Garagnon and Goarant.
In the long term, they envision the platform’s end-to-end conveyancing, collaborating with firms specialising in low-tech solutions.
With an imminent official launch, Kucing is preparing to bring its groundbreaking platform to consumers.
The co-founders said the app will be available for download on both Android (Google Play) and iOS (App Store) platforms. Homeowners and home seekers will have the opportunity to experience the carefully crafted features developed over the past few months.
Clearly showing excitement about the upcoming launch, they expressed gratitude to all the viewers for their interest in Kucing.
In the near future, Kucing’s tech-driven solutions and consumer-first approach are set to transform the Singapore property market, providing a refreshing and efficient experience for both homeowners and home seekers.
And as the real estate industry evolves, Kucing’s innovative practices and commitment to sustainability appear to position them at the forefront of the city state’s property landscape.
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