Remine, a proptech firm based in the US, has launched its real estate platform in Canada through a joint venture with title insurance and real estate technology firm, FCT.
The joint venture, called PropertyFlow, will offer the new Remine Canada platform to realtors, brokers, and multiple listing service (MLS) boards and provide them access to MLS and broad public record data in “a single consolidated view.”
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“Following board integration in the platform, Remine will allow realtors to see on- and off-market properties in one place, while connecting in real-time with potential buyers or sellers,” the two firms said in a statement. “At the same time, Remine provides consumers with the ability to view property listings and transaction details through a user-friendly digital hub.”
“At FCT, we’re invested in driving the Canadian real estate market with improved access to data and greater transparency, both as a result of this venture and through all of our products and services,” said Michael LeBlanc, chief executive officer of FCT. “Putting technology at the forefront of what we do allows us to consistently build value for our customers, while continuing to advance the digital transformation of the industry.”
“Like FCT, we believe in an interconnected digital real estate journey,” said Mark Schacknies, CEO and co-founder of Remine. “The Canadian real estate business is changing dramatically, and our proven success in delivering advanced technology to many organizations across the United States positions us well to navigate this shift. We look forward to working with FCT to improve the homebuying experience in Canada and remain at the forefront of the industry’s transformation.”