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Homebot Adds iBuyer Feature to Tool

Phil Hall
Sep 12, 2019
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Homebot Inc., a Denver-headquartered fintech that provides a client engagement tool for the mortgage and real estate industries, has added an iBuyer feature to its technology.
 
Homebot Inc., a Denver-headquartered fintech that provides a client engagement tool for the mortgage and real estate industries, has added an iBuyer feature to its technologyAccording to the company, new capability enables lenders and their agent partners to help consumers review cash-offer options from iBuyer sources and compare these to traditional listing-based selling.
 
“In many ways, the instant offer is Zestimate all over again,” said Ernie Graham, CEO of Homebot. “With Homebot, lenders and agents have the opportunity to embrace this new trend to engage their clients exactly when they're thinking about selling.”

 
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