O-uccino was established in April 2003 as Home Advisor. In addition to a portal of newly built condominium, HomePLAZA (now called Shinchiku O-ucchino), which was launched in April 2004, the company runs various portal sites for selling and buying real estate, reform, and rent. From November 2011, it unified brands into O-uccino and changed the company name as well.
The revenue ending December 2012 is 1.4 billion yen and the net income is 120 million yen.
Venture Now 11/11/2013 [jp]
- There are many real estate portal sites in Japan including listed large corporations such as Suumo by Recruit, Sumaity by Kakaku.com and Home's. Start-ups such as Ietty are also increasing recently. It may be still not efficient enough to find a home for most of people. There would be opportunities for innovation in the area.