The virtual, cloud-based commercial brokerage automates a broker’s day-to-day operational activities, allowing them to work anywhere, anytime with increased efficiency.
FREMONT, CA: KayoCloud, the first virtual, cloud-based commercial real estate brokerage in the United States, has been launched. After partnering with traditional firms over the past two years in stealth, KayoCloud is now offering its powerful software and cutting edge machine learning technology directly to individual brokers.
The virtual commercial brokerage is launching with over 15 agents, many of whom used the technology at their previous firms. KayoCloud’s brokers benefit from increased efficiency and deal flow while having the convenience and flexibility to work anywhere, anytime. Plans start at $49 per month.
“Witnessing usage on our enterprise platform (LSpire) surge by 800 percent during the pandemic has been remarkable,” said Joe Richter, CEO of KayoCloud. “Commercial brokers are rethinking their need to depend upon the likes of Cushman, CBRE, and JLL, and are now embracing a cloud-based model where they retain 100 percent of their commission.”
The company’s end-to-end cloud-based technology includes its AI lead-gen and microtargeting capabilities known as Arrow + Dart. KayoCloud’s Dart uses survival analysis to foresee properties that will hit the market, and Arrow micro-targets relevant buyers to sell deals.
Jacob Maarek, KayoCloud’s Chief Data Officer, relayed the following anecdote. “Just last week, a prospective broker ran our model to determine likely buyers on his exclusive in Midwood, Brooklyn. Our technology correctly identified his highest offer to date from an under-the-radar local investor group, and also brought new buyers to the mix.” Jacob added, “The results of our AI lead-gen, however, is what excites brokers and investors the most because it foresees future market activity. It’s a game changer!”
Additionally, KayoCloud’s 10 Minute OM tool automates back-office work by swiftly creating pitch-books and customizable offering memorandums, including a traditional PDF. All deal participants also benefit from a Digital OM, where buyers take instant actions by scheduling a tour, messaging a broker, and underwriting the deal.
Kayo’s end-to-end system is connected to its deal management software that empowers brokers to track each phase of a deal in real-time. All document signings occur securely in the cloud, including NDAs, letters of intent, and commission agreements.
To date, the company has facilitated over $427 million in commercial investment sales volume. KayoCloud also announced a previously undisclosed funding round in 2019 that included prominent Manhattan real estate investors; the company is now cash-flow positive.