ShelterZoom Offer NOW App For Blockchain Real Estate Industry is Here
On Monday, June 11th, 2018, New York-based real estate solutions provider, ShelterZoom has expressed countless interest from over 22 countries worldwide for its Offer NOW solution. The company’s app is being used in over 10 US states, along with the Canadian province, Ontario.
Offer NOW is a real estate online offer and acceptance solution based off of blockchain technology. It assists buyers and agents to submit offers with just a click, ultimately increasing convenience when it comes to tracking data. The services offered via ShelterZoom’s Offer NOW claim to increase three areas of interest that traditional real estate procedures seem to lack: transparency, security and efficiency.
As previously mentioned, convenience is key in the Offer NOW, as it promotes instant chats, electronic signatures and immediate updates regarding acceptance or repentance of an offer.
ShelterZoom has already earned recognition and several awards for its efforts including titles like “The Best Emerging Technology of 2018” at the SIIA CODEiE Awards and was qualified as the “Best Blockchain Startup of 2018” by Block Awards.
Despite the list of acheivements, Co-founder and President of ShelterZoom, Allen Alishahi believes that it is crucial to increase convenience for the real estate industry and to do so, he argues that blockchain technology is the efficient solution.
Alishahi explicitly said,
“The overwhelming interest from real estate companies and technology providers from every part of the globe underscores our motto… ShelterZoom is well on the way to achieving its original objective of bringing the entire real estate industry onto blockchain. We truly want this new way of doing business to benefit every real estate professional and consumer.”
As for its future objectives, the company plans to expand beyond the US. This endeavour is already in the works, as the company has already entered the Canadian, Middle Eastern and Asian markets, with the possibility of incorporating Europe, South America and South Africa to its list.