FastFox hires renowned realty tech strategist Mike DelPrete as Strategic Advisor

FastFox hires renowned realty tech strategist Mike DelPrete as Strategic Advisor
12/09/2018 , by , in News/Views

FastFox.com, India’s leading AI driven home rental marketplace, has on-boarded Mike DelPrete as its ‘Strategic Advisor’.

Speaking on the recent appointment, FastFox CEO Pallav Pandey said, “We are leaving no stone unturned to retain this leadership position and would like to both congratulate and thank Mike for joining FastFox as its Strategic Advisor. His credentials speak at length on his behalf and we are confident that his experience will be of substantial value in FastFox’s national prominence.”

FastFox is a cutting-edge home rental startup that works on a revolutionary AI-based ‘Open House’ model. As part of this model, the company first handpicks the best rental homes for its customers based on their profile and preferences. It then enables them to visit these Open Houses at the designated time frames and check if it meets their needs without pushy brokers.

Mike DelPrete, Strategic Advisor, FastFox said, “I’m thrilled to be working with Pallav and the entire team at FastFox. I’ve analysed hundreds of new models in real estate globally, and the FastFox model is surely the winning one: smartly combining people and technology to provide a better rental experience.”

Mike is internationally recognized as an expert and thought-leader in real estate tech. He works with the world’s largest investors as well as operators within the industry and advises a select high-growth startups. His association with FastFox as a Strategic Advisor is by far the first in the Indian real estate market.

Talking about the potential of tech-driven real estate market of India, Mike said, “Over the long run, I expect the Indian market to grow quite strongly. But it will be a non-linear path, unlike what we’ve seen in other Western markets. The winning models need to be designed specifically for the Indian consumer, so it’s not simply copying and pasting other models into the market.”

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