Knock Home Swap Expands into Florida

October 20, 2020
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Knock Home Swap is continuing its crawl around the US, this time expanding its offering to Florida, aiming at Tampa and Orlando as its hotspots. Florida has become the ninth market in the fifth state for Knock

Knock Co-Founder & CEO Sean Black said:

“Our mission from Day One has been to bring convenience and transparency to the process of buying and selling homes.”

With Knock Home Swap, local real estate professionals who have been trained as Knock Certified Agents to provide Floridians with a fully integrated and affordable platform for buying and selling homes. 

Denise LeHeup, Broker/Owner, Keller Williams LeHeup Group, one of the partners of Knock, explained:

“The Home Swap solves a number of issues homeowners face when they are looking to buy a new home. In addition to providing the financing to make a strong, non-contingent offer, the Home Swap allows people to move on their timeline and the home improvement dollars are a huge benefit. It’s a customer-focused product that gives our agents another arrow in their quiver to help take the stress out of buying and selling a home.”

Currently, Knock Home Swap has more than 30 brokerage partners in Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Phoenix with more than 24,000 agents, total. Other markets include Houston, Austin, and San Antonio in Texas and Denver, Colorado

October 20, 2020
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