The COVID crisis has done more to the industry than just force companies into a standstill while governments put lockdown orders in place. Companies everywhere have done a number of changes to meet the unique needs that have arisen due to the coronavirus pandemic.
One of those changes has come from HomeQuickie.com, which has developed a more secure platform to buy and sell houses focused on those who have high-risk health issues or difficulties navigating more traditional real estate platforms.
For a one-time fee of $1,495, users can utilize the platform’s full self-service system. For a 2% commission on the final sales price, users are offered expert support.
Louis Taylor, the founder of HomeQuickie.com, said:
"HomeQuickie.com provides a platform for the deaf community to conduct all communication in writing and easily see every aspect of the real estate transaction as it happens.”
The platform will continue services even after the world goes back to normal, as the tools speed up the process for sellers and buyers while maintaining security.
"They never again have to feel limited in who they can hire or how much control they have over the process. Overcoming this language barrier gives them so many more options than before."