Toronto real estate platform launches in US

by Steve Randall on 24 Aug 2018

A Canadian platform that connects consumers to real estate agents has expanded into the United States.

Toronto-based tech firm Nobul Corporation has launched its platform in Florida and aims to roll it out to all 50 states over the coming months.

The expansion comes after the launch of its mobile and web apps in Canada which enables home buyers and sellers to choose an agent who presents the combination of services, pricing, and reputation that is best-suited to their individual needs.

For agents, it allows them to connect with new clients without any upfront fees or new technology.

"Our simple, transparent, and personal approach to the real estate experience is already resonating with consumers in Canada. We are really excited to bring the same value and benefits to our friends across the border," said Nobul CEO, Regan McGee. "Florida is a wonderful and diverse market with a mix of consumers, agents and needs; the perfect fit for Nobul. We are thrilled to be able to announce it as the first of many states where our service will be available shortly."

The US nationwide roll-out is expected by late September.

Post a Comment

Most Trending News

Fixed-rate mortgages have gone up, but it doesn’t matter

News of a fixed rate increase might inspire consumers driven by fear of being priced out of the market in Canada.

Read More
Post-COVID return to the office depends on where you live

Even before COVID-19 moved us all to work from home, reevaluations of office space were already underway, but not nearly to the extent they are now.

Read More
Millions in delayed closing compensation left unclaimed

This consultant and real estate investor said that a third of new construction properties built every year in Ontario have legitimate claims for reimbursement, but they aren't taken advantage of.

Read More