Torii, a proptech company and brokerage, has announced a recent expansion into the Bay Area.
James Rogers, CEO, Torii said:
"The decision to expand into the Bay Area was a logical step in our growth strategy. Some of the best technology companies in the USA have offices in both Boston and San Francisco, and it's critical that we meet clients where their jobs take them. We're thrilled to kick off 2020 with the ability to do real estate sales in the Bay Area."
The company helps empower home buyers with best-in-class technology and thousands of dollars in savings. Torii's clients have access to helpful tools in a mobile application, including a closing cost calculator to show home buyers an estimate of fees at closing, beyond the home purchase price.
Torii pays for its buyers' closing costs, saving Torii buyers an average $6,132 on their home purchase at closing, based on Boston-area transactions. In addition, home buyers are matched with an expert Torii real estate agent and provided a full-service team including attorney, lender, and more. Torii's transparency into the home buying process creates a streamlined experience that has earned Torii five-star reviews thus far.
Tony Andrade, Torii's West Coast VP of Sales said:
"Funding can be a barrier to home buying in the Bay Area. The Torii model pairs our clients with top industry professionals while saving them thousands in closing costs, and Torii's technology ensures that our home buyers have a competitive advantage in today's market. There's nothing in real estate like Torii."
Andrade sold over $130 million in real estate over the last three years and comes to Torii from Opendoor.