Revaluate in the News
Revaluate received some amazing ink this week from 4 top publications!
New York City’s BrickUnderground covered the launch of our site from the view of movers in NYC. “Every New Yorker moving into a new place wishes for a crystal ball, or at least some way of knowing their future home will be quiet, clean and devoid of crazies.” No doubt. Glad we can help people see livability more clearly. Coincidently, Crystal ball was the runner up name of choice for the company.
Silicon Prairie News reviewed the launch from the tech startup renters slant “Signing a lease on a new apartment or purchasing a home can be stressful, especially if you aren’t familiar with the neighborhood or the property’s history.” Techies moving to New York or Omaha* to work on startups – we feel you. Let us help you know more before you sign on the dotted line. *You may have to wait a while for that data in Omaha, working on it.
Inman News covered the story from a real estate agent perspective. “Revaluate wants to help agents do a better job of conveying what it’s like to live in a home.” If agents had access to better info about the listing, they could better help match people with homes. Keep up the good work, good agents. (Hey not so good agents, step it up!)
GeekEstate is run by former Zillow-er Drew Meyers, and this article written by Michael Price, a former Z editor – so they have unique real estate tech edge. “Revaluate has an advisory team comprised of 3 people from the world of RE Tech that I know and highly respect. Dan Green, Mike Simonsen and Gahlord DeWald. That’s the kind of brain power any RE Tech start-up should envy.” Whoa there. Stop lusting after our advisors…thats simply not polite. 😉