Canadian PropTech platform for connecting customers with the perfect agent for them, Nobul Corporation, has announced that it is licensed to serve those living in Florida, with added plans to bring digital solutions to the real estate industry that will address common challenges faced by those looking to buy or sell a home.
“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.”
Since introducing its mobile and web apps earlier this year, Nobul has grown quickly, expanding across Canada and now Florida. Following Nobul’s receipt of a Florida license, home buyers and sellers in the state will soon be able to access Nobul’s online marketplace via the web or their mobile device and choose an agent who presents the combination of services, pricing, and reputation that is best-suited to their individual needs. Florida-based agents, in turn, will be able to meet new clients and grow their businesses without having to pay any fees up-front, join another company, or buy any new technology.
“Nobul’s timing is perfect and addresses an immediate need,” said Frank Kirschner, Nobul Broker of Record for Florida, a 37-year industry veteran, and former Director of International Operations for Prudential Real Estate. “The concept is brilliant and simple; providing cutting-edge technology that works for both consumers and agents alike. Nobul matches home buyers and sellers to the right real estate agent for them based on the services they are committed to provide, for a small referral fee. It’s simple and a clear win/win.”
SOURCE Nobul Corporation
Edited by V. Haviland
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