Moroccan proptech startup Agenz secures $1.3 investment to expand its offerings

by Tech Next
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Agenz, a Moroccan startup focused on digital real estate evaluation, has raised $1.3 million through a pre-Series A funding round. This investment will help the proptech startup fast-track its growth and transform the real estate market within the country by simplifying property deals for all those involved.

The funding round involved the likes of Azur Innovation Fund, Maroc Numeric Fund II, and Beenok a foreign investment fund. Commenting on the significant investment, Agenz expressed gratitude for the investor’s willingness to support the company’s vision. It said, “The funds, one of the largest ever for a Moroccan start-up, testifies to investors’ confidence in the company’s vision and its ability to transform the real estate market.

Agenz was founded in 2021 by the duo of Malik and Badr Belkeziz as the pioneer online property valuation platform in Morocco. Its status as the first startup in that vertical, and ultimately a trailblazer, was among the reasons why the…

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