Smartowner Services India Pvt Ltd, a company that owns real estate marketplace Smartowner, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from AngelPrime, reports Techcircle. SmartOwner is headquartered in Bangalore and was founded by Vikram Chari, Ranjiv Walia, Bala Parthasarathy and Shripati Acharya. Bala Parthasarathy and Shripati Acharya are also partners at AngelPrime. AngelPrime's third partner, Sanjay Swamy, is also on SmartOwner's board of advisers. Previously, Shripati Acharya and Bala Parthasarathy along with Raj Kapur & Suneet Wadhwa had co-founded Snapfish, an online photo service that was acquired by HP. We've written to Swamy for more information and will update this post as soon as we hear from him. Update: Swamy did not respond to our mail and AngelPrime got back to us stating that they are not looking at talking about SmartOwner at this point. SmartOwner provides a marketplace for real estate brokers, buyers, sellers and…
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