With nearly half of buyers using agents as the lone source to procure homebuying services, the more money-saving tools an agent possesses the better. A relatively new subscription canceling service, San Francisco-based Trim, could be something worth adding to the toolbox. According to Daniel Petkevich, the Houston-born co-founder of Trim, the free app on average saves users $180 a year. On Trim's website, a number of individuals are profiled that save anywhere from $375 to $750 a year. Launched in early November 2015, Trim hit 1,000 users during its first day and has since reached a base of 10,000 users. Millennials represent the apps primary user base, as these individuals tend to have more online subscriptions and overall memberships then other demographics. The most c...
- Gym memberships are the most common subscription TRIM cancels.
- The average user saves $180 a year. Usage of Trim is free.
- The app utilizes Plaid for accessing users bank accounts.
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