It’s not often when a web startup drops its name, unless something important happens. The real estate search engine Properazzi has changed its name to Enormo, CEO Yannick Laclau announced on his blog. The new name “better reflects the mission of what we do“, Yannick wrote regarding the name change.
Founded in 2006, Enormo has compiled online database of 6 million properties for sale and rent from more than 50 countries. The company is based in Barcelona, Spain.
The site is the world’s largest property portal with over 2 million monthly users.
Enormo is backed by the leading European early-stage venture capital firm Mangrove Capital Partners, which is an investor in visual-based search engine Quintura, in-game advertising company EnterMedia, and online shopping club KupiVIP.ru in Russia.
If you are looking to buy or rent real estate, I suggest visiting the Enormo website and going through its listings. It is worth checking out the market prices for real estate. The real estate agents can list their properties for sale on the website.
I was fairly surprised to find the results for apartments in Sergiev Posad, a small town outside of Moscow, Russia. This is where Quintura‘s research and software development office is located.