The firm appoints a real estate expert as COO

An online real estate platform, BuyLetLive, has announced the appointment of Modupe Agbolahan as chief operating officer.

Agbolahan, a real estate and property marketing professional, is expected to bring her extensive experience in building lasting stakeholder partnerships and brand loyalty.

In a statement to Lafia on Friday, BuyLetLive Chief Strategy Officer Olorunsola Awolola, while announcing the new COO, said Modupe’s appointment would support the accelerated execution of the company’s ambition. and its three-year growth trajectory to lead the market through partnerships and excellent customer experience.

Olorunsola said, “We started operations eight months ago with only the web application. It was a deliberate approach to understanding our users. More importantly, we had to study their pain points and build what is really valuable to them.

“We are happy to announce that the app will improve agent download sessions by 40%. Of course, for those who ask for a more personal touch, we have a dedicated customer service team and an active web chat to receive customer feedback, inquiries and special requests directly.

“BuyLetLive’s mission is to simplify, digitize and streamline the buying, selling and renting experience for the real estate ecosystem in a user-friendly interface, using high quality photos to view.

“We give prospects peace of mind by verifying agents on the platform and offer extensive services that ensure our clients find the process of finding and settling into their new home seamless.

He added, “As COO, Modupe will oversee marketing and operations. This will further BuyLetLive’s goal as a proptech solution to facilitate the search for property.

Reacting to the appointment, Agbolahan expressed his gratitude to BuyLetLive for the trust placed in her as the company’s COO and promised to do everything in her power to complete the mission.

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