Real estate tech platform Nobul Corporation has announced a thorough redesign of its online marketplace, focusing on improvements to the user interface and search functionality.
In particular, users will now have the option of specifying which agent services they require, and how they can review and filter any proposals that they might receive.
Users will also have the ability to screen and meet the real estate professionals who they might be interested in working with.
These updates offer an improved experience that will fit the needs of the next generation of home buyers, Nobul assured.
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Another important part of the revamp is the integration of blockchain technology into the platform, which Nobul said will “bring a new level of transparency and auditability to a traditionally opaque and disputed business.”
“We believe that these new features, updates, and enhancements to our technology platform are the first steps towards delivering on [our] vision. As Nobul grows, we intend to deliver a continuous stream of improved offerings – including enhanced blockchain and AI-based capabilities – that will benefit buyers, sellers, and agents alike,” CEO Regan McGee stated.
The platform is available to Canadians via www (dot) nobul (dot) com.