CoreLogic announced that it is expanding its real estate technology offerings by acuring Calreity Security Solutions, a real estate tech and consulting firm. Going forward, all Calreity products and services will be part of CoreLogic, including Clareity’s software solutions for secure authentication; single-sign-on; integration and workflow automations; secure messaging and communication; content management and business intelligence.
Redfin’s IPO for hotly watched by both traditional brokerages and real estate tech companies. Redfin – which undercuts brokerages by taking smaller commissions and utilizing salaried agents – is focusing on developing technology that will give it a jump on the competition.
New “instant offers” technology by big corporations like Redfin and Opendoor can get a property sold quickly but often with hidden fees and low-offers that certainly doesn’t keep the sellers’ best interests at forefront. Boulder-based SFTQx, Inc. (pronounced Square Feet) has seen the trend in innovative tech and is about to launch a new real estate technology app that is agent-centric and good for both buyers and sellers.
Zavvie, based in Boulder Colorado, which is making its debut at Inman Connect, is the nation’s first hyperlocal marketing platform designed to provide every neighborhood with a “go-to” local real estate pro. But instead of investing its marketing dollars to convince people to use its new platform at the big real estate tech gathering – which is expected to draw 4,000 attendees – this firm is putting a spotlight on lineup of speakers who are expected to debunk conventional wisdom on topics that address what consumers want, lead generation, real estate farming, blogging and predicative analytics.
In commercial real estate, sales software has helped us organize our networks, automate workflow and remember important tasks. But, it hasn’t done much to help us prioritize our work efforts and answer the habitually nagging question, “what do I do today?” So, Apto is rolling out a new look and feel for their platform. It takes over some of the work of prioritizing tasks to build better relationships.
A potential hurdle for many investors is that many of the firms across the sharing economy are privately owned
Homelight, recently closed a $40 million series B funding round after growing revenue six fold since its last funding. In a world of inflated agent reviews and endless buyers leads, Homelight is drumming up listing leads for agents by attracting home sellers seeking to list with professionals who are proven to outperform their peers.