Is this the future for real estate listings?

by on 28 May 2019

A new way to handle real estate listings has been launched and aims to shake up the way real estate agents market properties.

Las Vegas-based firm DoubleX’s Intelligent Virtual Listing solution combined three elements that it believes are the future of real estate marketing: virtual tours, listings sites and AI.

"I find it unbelievable that in 2019 Realtors still work with excel sheets and cannot answer simple questions like 'how much am I spending to close a deal?' I grew up in the field of e-commerce where we constantly optimize costs by cents. The real estate industry is probably a few decades behind," says Tal Landman, Co-Founder at DoubleX.

Landman says that the current process is “inefficient, archaic, expensive and broken.”

The new solution enables real estate agents to create a high quality 360 virtual tour and connects to social media to target a specific audience of potential buyers.

"We're beyond excited bring change into real estate industry and release this technology. Realtors should be able to focus on what they do best which is selling properties and closing deals. We've created a fully automated marketing engine that harnesses the power of cutting edge vizalizaion and AI to match the most relevant clients," said Gal Rotem, DoubleX CEO.

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