Watch tonight: Turning to tech on TRD Talks Live

Tonight's episode features proptech CEOs streamlining the resi process

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Apr.April 03, 2020 11:35 AM

Live at 5 PM tonight, join The Real Deal‘s E.B. Solomont as she talks to leaders from proptech companies that are changing the way we buy, sell, rent, and refinance our homes on TRD Talks Live.

With millions of Americans stuck in their houses, many are turning to technology for solutions to help them stay safe and inside. And as high-touch sectors such as retail and hospitality struggle without patronage, online alternatives to our usual in-person methods seem more and more appealing. In the world of residential real estate, which has long been a highly interpersonal process, some companies are looking to streamline.

Tonight the leaders of three proptech companies will sit down (virtually, of course) with Solomont to talk through the technologies that may provide safe solutions to industry needs. Panelists John Fagan, CEO and Co-Founder of Doorkee; Viral Shah, Co-Founder and Head of Financial Products at better.com; and Jarred Kessler, CEO of EasyKnock, will talk about improving the residential transaction process and whether or not we’ll soon be buying and renting entirely online.

Register here for tonight’s panel and be sure to check out more upcoming TRD Talks.


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