Maxify launches London office


2022 has started with a significant milestone for CEE-based proptech company Maxify – the opening of a new office in London, with the UK now acting as its primary legal jurisdiction. At the same time, the company has moved its IT infrastructure to be hosted in the Netherlands.

Maxify was founded in 2020 in Kyiv, which is where the majority of its IT team is based. A Warsaw representative office opened in 2021 and London is the third. With this, the Maxify team is determined to continue developing overseas and provide existing and future clients with high-quality, secure proptech services internationally. 

“For constant growth and opportunity to strengthen the company’s position in a global arena, strategic collaborations specifically with venture investors, business communities, and international real estate players are essential. London remains a world financial centre with huge potential for these purposes,” says Sergii Stoliarchuk, CEO of Maxify.

Sergii Stoliarchuk
Maxify is a PropTech company operating across residential real estate. The company offers innovative technology, a dynamic pricing management system for residential real estate. Sergii has ten years of experience as an executive in leading international IT and PropTech companies. Before joining Maxify, Sergii implemented system solutions in FMCG, retail and fresh logistics. Among other projects, there was the customization of IT systems in logistics such as WMS, TMS, the launch of voice picking, and picking to zero technologies.

According to Sergii, the company will further establish representative offices with solid local teams across CEE, Turkey, UAE and later in North America. He adds that by 2022 alongside dynamic price management software, the team will present three more proptech solutions for residential real estate.

Maxify is a dynamic pricing software for residential real estate. Based on business intelligence and machine learning, Maxify analyses every transaction within one project and dynamically recalculates prices for available apartments. As a result, the developer increases its profit on average by 7% above the initial revenue plan.