Abhishek Anand, Ravish Naresh and Sanat Ghosh, co-founders of online real estate portal Housing have quit the company, reports Mint. Housing sent us a statement which read, “Abhishek, Ravish and Sanat played an important role in building the foundation of Housing.com. They are moving out to pursue their new dream of starting another new venture.” The Mint report cites Anand, Naresh and Ghosh as saying that they’re confident about “positive momentum and high growth” at Housing with its current leadership and that they’re moving on to a new venture. Anand was Housing's CTO previously while Ghosh has served as the head of mobile for 2 years (2012-14), founding director since its inception and as a director for the same time at Housing. Other co-founders: Last month, Housing.com’s co-founder Advitiya Sharma quit the company, to startup but was undecided at that time. He was also a board member of the company, looking after investor and external relations. Housing was founded by 12 people including Sharma and Rahul Yadav, who was let go as CEO of the company in July last year. Yadav later launched a new startup which went on to get funds from Flipkart’s founders Sachin and Binny Bansal in December 2015. Presently, 3 of the original co-founders Snehil Buxy, chief product officer; Jaspreet Saluja, head of data operations and Amrit Raj, head of digital marketing remain in the company. Previous Housing hires: – Housing appointed Jason Kothari as its new CEO in November 2015. – In November 2015, Housing appointed…
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