Proptech backed SOLD.com for home sellers

February 6, 2019
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SOLD.com has been announced by a group of proptech entrepreneurs. Companies like Ten-X, Auction.com, Lending Tree, Realtor.com, Fizber, and Money360 have a lot to say about the launch of this educational resource and proprietary recommendation platform for homeowners.

The Irvine, California-based company will allow consumers to compare dozens of home selling options so that they can decide which approach and resources enable them to sell for the highest prices in the shortest time while minimizing fees. The engine is completely free for consumers.

“Selling a home is one of the biggest financial – and often, most emotional – decisions people make, and because it may only happen once or twice during a lifetime, it’s not something that becomes second nature over time,” said Matt Woods, President of SOLD.com. “SOLD.com is committed to helping homeowners understand all of the options available to them for selling their homes while protecting their valuable equity, and will serve as a trusted, unbiased resource throughout the home selling process.”

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