RealSage, a firm founded by Schulich School of Business alums, secured CAD 2.1 million in pre-seed capital to support its product development plans and North American expansion.
Arunabh Dastidar, Gaurav Madani, and Zain Nathoo are the co-founders of RealSage, which was launched in 2019. The startup’s main goal is to help rental managers overcome their present challenges by giving them a unique approach to leverage their data and technology, as per reported by schulich.yorku.ca.
“As RealSage continues to refine its AI models within the multi-family housing sector, we foresee a natural progression into the commercial real estate space,” said Dastidar. “By adapting our AI and data intelligence solutions to address the unique challenges in multi-family Real estate, we can assist asset managers in optimizing portfolios, enhancing tenant experiences, and improving overall operational efficiency in the sector. In addition, this expansion will enable RealSage to bring its innovative technology to a bigger market across North America and a wider range of scenarios, further revolutionizing the industry.”
Dastidar says his experience at Schulich influences his daily approach to business. “One key takeaway I use daily is the importance of fostering a growth mindset and embracing continuous learning. This mindset helps me stay agile, adapt to new challenges, and encourage innovation within the team.”
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RealSage is a platform for data intelligence that empowers multifamily asset owners and operators to use AI to make smarter decisions. Their systems are positioned directly at the nexus of technology and real estate, and they are always trying to develop high-quality solutions that transform real estate decision-making.