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By Daniel Schlör

MINEKO now also checks utility bills for auditing companies


Dear Companists,

Auditing companies that specialize in the purchase and sales of real estate check utility bills in order to assess legal and/or financial risks and to determine whether business is being conducted in an orderly fashion.

In this respect, MINEKO is the ideal partner and has already signed the first cooperation agreement with an auditing company in Berlin. We have already conducted first checks and invoice each check once concluded.

Integration into our digital workflow went smoothly.


The market is much larger than initially assumed

One private apartment’s utility bill can actually be checked twice by MINEKO: once in the context of the annual utility bill proposed by the tenant, and once more in the case of a pending sale proposed by an auditor.

What is very exciting for us is that, according to Statista, there are approx. 14,000 auditing companies in Germany that we can target with our proposal.

Therefore, MINEKO is planning a structured B2B sales strategy with which to acquire additional cooperation partners.


We will keep you posted!

Best - the MINEKO team


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