Inman News has announced nine more innovative companies that will be exhibiting in Start-Up Alley at Real Estate Connect San Francisco July 10-12.
For 17 years, Real Estate Connect has brought together the most innovative minds in the industry for three days of learning and collaboration. Conference attendees will network with the best and the brightest in real estate technology, and will gain valuable business intelligence from 150 speakers to help them win in today’s competitive marketplace.
Twenty-four of the newest companies to enter the real estate tech scene will participate in Start-Up Alley next month. These companies are breaking new ground in real estate technology, and the founders will be there to demonstrate their cutting-edge technology to Real Estate Connect attendees.
The nine new companies featured in Start-Up Alley are:
BuildersUpdate.com helps licensed real estate agents find and sell new home construction, as well as attract and capture new home clients while protecting their commissions by establishing themselves as the procuring cause for a purchase.
LessThan6Percent is an innovative marketplace where home sellers can compare commission rates and listing proposals from top local agents. Since launching in February 2013, LessThan6Percent has presented more than 200 listing proposals to prequalified home sellers. Users can promote their brand by setting up a free, magazine-style profile.
Matterport technology makes it easy to create seamless 3-D copies of real-world spaces, store them in the cloud, and share them online. Matterport fundamentally changes the way we experience our environments, whether for professional utility or personal sentimentality.
NuHabitat is a search and collaboration application facilitating the display of MLS data previously reserved for agent access only. As the “Basecamp for real estate,” NuHabitat provides a management platform for clients and agents to collaborate during the search process with complete transparency, filling the gap from offline to online.
Onvedeo, an emerging video platform for real estate, is out to make video a standard in all real estate and rental postings. Onvedeo provides agents and property managers with tools to easily and effectively book video professionals, and to record and distribute videos through a mobile application, website and classifieds sites.
OutboundEngine provides a hands-free marketing platform to put marketing on autopilot. The company’s SaaS-based platform delivers industry-focused content via email and social media. With OutboundEngine, independent professionals and small businesses have access to a combination of technology and a team that produces personalized marketing to reach a specific audience.
Roostify is a cloud-based real estate platform connecting buyers, sellers, agents, lenders and others. Roostify automates the home purchase and loan closing process, and enables parties to execute documents and collaborate in real time. The company helps users source leads, achieve quicker closings, and improve client responsiveness and transaction transparency.
TLCengine helps solve real problems for real people. The TLCengine allows Realtors and homebuyers to discover the actual total monthly cost of living in any home via a “True Lifestyle Cost” search algorithm that takes into account more than 31 unique lifestyle factors.
Zunuki matches homebuyers and sellers to real estate agents by personal interests, which the company says results in a more enjoyable homebuying experience. Agents can sign up now to take advantage of promotions in advance of Zunuki’s planned summer 2013 launch.
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