Geek Estate is about celebrating entrepreneurship, concentrated on the true estate tech (household and business). The Access plan, backed by the National Association of Realtors and 2nd Century Ventures, is a big part of the broader ecosystem. Today, they declared their whole 2020 class.

The eight businesses selected for the Access Class of 2020:

  • Earnnest: secure, digital escrow fund transfer platform
  • Kangaroo: affordable, Do-it-yourself clever house and smaller business enterprise protection methods
  • RealX: America’s first on the net home legal rights exchange
  • Ylopo: end-to-end, cross platform, electronic marketing
  • PunchList: all-in-a person closing mend answer
  • Transactly: basic, streamlined platform for true estate industry experts and transaction coordinators
  • CartoFront: software-as-company (Saas) primarily based flood insurance coverage device for Realtors®
  • Modus: safe, modernized title and escrow platform

The eight businesses selected for the Access Commercial Class of 2020:

  • Obie: insurance and portfolio management for smaller-to-medium CRE traders and homeowners
  • EPR2: clean up power methods for commercial home homeowners
  • Pear Chef: private chef and culinary expert services for the multi-family housing marketplace
  • Dealius: integrated, world wide web-primarily based CRE brokerage management platform
  • Dealius Funds: working funds funding specializing in lease commission receivables
  • Leasera: on-desire expert services platform for the multi-family rental housing marketplace
  • Serious Time Threat Methods: mobile danger management platform with advanced analytics
  • Occupier: Deal management, lease accounting and lease portfolio management answer

Make sure you join us in congratulating the whole 2020 Access class!

By Lela