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It-millionærer investerer i nyt boligkoncept

"Jeg ved ikke en skid om boligmarkedet," siger Oliver Kofoed, som er en af tre investorer, der har skudt penge i den danske iværksættervirksomhed Bomae, som rådgiver om bolighandler. Alligevel er han ikke i tvivl om projektets potentiale: "Det skal være så stort, at vi ikke selv har råd til at være med," siger han til Børsen.

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Den danske iværksættervirksomhed Bomae har landet tre investorer i form af Morten Primdahl, Alexander Aghassipour og Oliver Kofoed, som alle har tjent deres penge på enten salg eller børsnotering af deres millioner it-selskaber i USA, skriver Børsen.

Bomae blev startet i september 2016 og leverer totalrådgivning til boligkøbere. Rådgivningen sker lige fra kunden leder efter bolig til finansieringen og prisforhandlingen samt lukningen af aftalen med skøde osv.

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