Real estate startups want to provide consumers better housing affordability and transaction transparency. This is a form of consumer empowerment, explained several startup panelists at Inman Connect Las Vegas.

A panel of four real estate entrepreneurs discussed their business models with New York Post Hedge Fund Reporter Carleton English.

Real estate startups want to provide consumers better housing affordability and transaction transparency. This is a form of consumer empowerment, explained Brady Miller, CEO and CFO of Trelora at Inman Connect Las Vegas.

Miller said that Trelora’s technology platform enables its agents to complete 300 transactions a year without impacting the quality of their service. Echoing the other panelists, he said that the business is all about making various processes in the real estate transaction more efficient.

The panelists stressed that they are automating and changing aspects of the business processes of the real estate industry, not trying to get rid of agents. All of them said that agents have an integral role in the future of real estate.

Watch the other panelists Divya Aathresh, senior director in the business operations of better.com, Mike Peregrina, co-founder and CFO of Homieand Peter Verprauskus, head of business development and partnerships of Reali, talk about how their businesses work above. 

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