IdealEstate.co founder and CEO Brody Saunders called me on the eve of his wedding in Maine to share that his creation, a nationwide Pinterest-style listing portal, was ready for its official debut. It launched last week after a few weeks in quasi-beta mode. More than 150,000 consumer users were already lined-up to have a look at this sharing-centric property search tool.
WFG National Title Group’s MyHome gives consumers and real estate transaction stakeholders a better way to be involved in the title and escrow process.
Chicago-based Truepad is a home search portal that uses agent-supplied data to rank the best listings in a market.
Real estate agents are in a terrible strategic situation. There are only four major sources of obtaining the cutting-edge technology they need to thrive, with the first requiring giving up their influence in the marketplace and the second and third refusing to help them.
RealScout, an emerging tech player that provides brokers and agents with a collaborative, branded home search experience, has raised $7 million in its third funding round since its 2013 launch.
Most people start their move online even before they’ve chosen a real estate agent. The internet allows homebuyers and sellers the luxury of hiding behind their computer screens and dipping their toes in before diving head first.
Dallas-based HousesForSale.com sells agents access to their market under its domain. An agent in Houston, for example, could scoop up his or her ZIP code on the site’s homepage. But a number of things concern me about this product.
The 2016 Realogy FWD Innovation Summit is now in the books, with the top prize going to New Story, an amazing nonprofit that crowdfunds homes for needy families abroad.