Hello, technology, meet the real estate industry. It seems that these two giants were made for one another, doesn’t it? In recent years, both have evolved and given rise to some amazing real estate/tech companies often referred to as ‘PropTech’. Let’s take a look at some of the top real estate tech companies, learn about who they are, what they’re known for, and how they make navigating the world of consumer and commercial real estate easier than ever.
States Served: Georgia, Texas, Arizona, Florida, Nevada, North Carolina, Colorado.
First up on our list of top real estate tech companies is consumer-centric Offerpad. With Offerpad, the process of selling a home is seamless. Simply request an offer, fill out a questionnaire, include pictures (videos too if you can), and wait for your cash offer. If the offer looks good, you’re on your way.
Offerpad Pros: The process for selling a home is straightforward.
Offerpad Cons: Offerpad serves a small relatively small number of areas in a handful of states.
Location: UK (London)
Areas Served: HubbleHQ serves 20 areas throughout London.
Next, we step into the world of commercial real estate with HubbleHQ, a top real estate tech company in the United Kingdom. HubbleHQ’s focus is on office space for not only companies in the UK who want to be in London, but also for any other company elsewhere who’s thinking of expanding. A great perk of going with HubbleHQ is that they handle the whole process from start to finish for free. Who doesn’t like a service that is free?
HubbleHQ Pros: Again, a simple process, and HubbleHQ handles all the details from beginning to end at no additional cost.
HubbleHQ Cons: There don’t appear to be much in the way of cons with HubbleHQ. The areas served might look like just a few, but London is a global destination so the number of potential customers is huge.
Location/Areas Served: Seattle, Southern California, Portland, Boston and the San Francisco Bay Area.
The final top real estate company we’ll visit today is FlyHomes. FlyHomes is a real estate brokerage that helps consumers buy and sell their homes. They work with consumers as well as real estate agents. FlyHomes was started in 2015 by a single real estate broker and they’ve now expanded to an amazing 150 brokers.
FlyHomes Pros: FlyHomes touts a guaranteed cash offer a trade-up program and an app.
FlyHomes Cons: It’s hard to find a con with FlyHomes.
So whether you’re a consumer looking to buy or sell a home or you’re a commercial client who needs office space, there are a ton of top real estate tech companies you can turn to for help. The three companies we visited today, we think, deserve strong consideration.