Some real estate agents share live video of properties from their mobile devices to help faraway clients virtually scope out homes. But what if you could expand those private showings into virtual open houses? That’s one service that video-sharing app ReaLync is pioneering. The startup recently closed a $300,000 funding round to continue to pioneer a better way for people to “downselect” properties than viewing listings or visiting properties in person. “ReaLync takes a more mobile approach to real estate buying that can't be matched by any other platform,” said Jeff Schwartz, president of Nanochem Technologies, in a statement. “Once this concept grabs on, it will become the new norm in real estate sales.” Less than one-third of Inman News readers who respond...
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