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Curbio Announces Partnership with Better

David Krechevsky
Feb 10, 2022
Curbio

Curbio will become the enabling force behind Better Real Estate's pre-listing preparation offerings in four markets: Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, and Houston.

Curbio Inc., a pay-at-closing home improvement solution for Realtors and brokerages, has entered into a partnership with Better, a fully digital homeownership platform, offering mortgage, real estate, title, and homeowners insurance products, the company said.

With the addition of Better Real Estate (BRE), the real estate affiliate of Better, to Curbio's brokerage partnerships program, Curbio will become the enabling force behind BRE's pre-listing preparation offerings in four markets: Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, and Houston, the company said. 

Each property listed through BRE in these markets will have access to the following services powered by Curbio:

  • Basic listing package: A whole-home interior cleaning and decluttering service, intended to prepare the property for listing photography and showing, and
  • Renovation listing package: Access to Curbio's full suite of home improvement offerings, from paint touch-ups to whole-home renovations, to get any listing market ready with no payment due until the home sells.

"We are so excited to be partnering with BRE to help their real estate agents and clients get any listing ready for market and sold for top dollar quickly and efficiently," said Olivia Mariani, vice president of marketing at Curbio. "At Curbio, we recognize that even the most updated homes can benefit from basic pre-listing preparations. The basic listing package that is being offered through BRE is going to be a game-changer for homeowners, who will be able to focus on moving while Curbio handles any cleaning and decluttering that's needed to get their home in turnkey condition, which is what today's buyers want."

By partnering with Curbio, BRE gains the ability to offer their own turnkey pre-sale renovation service with ease, Curbio said. 

Curbio is a completely customizable solution with no project minimums or maximums, making it an ideal solution for real estate agents used to having to manage projects and find contractors to complete painting, landscaping, or updates to sell the home. Curbio said its streamlined and modern approach takes the hassle out of home improvement — their team handles everything from start to finish, so Realtors can focus on growing their business and homeowners can focus on moving.

Curbio is a pay-at-closing home improvement solution for real estate agents and their clients. Founded in 2017, the company has set out to transform the process of getting homes move-in ready with its streamlined approach to home improvement. Powered by technology, Curbio has created a one-stop solution for pre-listing home improvements, handling the entire process from start to finish. 

Better is a digital-first homeownership company. Its affiliates provide mortgage, real estate, title, and homeowners insurance services. From its founding in 2016 through mid-2021, Better Mortgage funded over $45 billion in home loans and provided over $25 billion in cumulative coverage through Better Cover and Better Settlement Services, the insurance divisions of Better.

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