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HomeLight Set has achieved its goal of becoming a one-stop-shop for agents and consumers searching for a seamless transaction experience.
Companies are working to reinvent the way people finance home purchases. That doesn’t mean the 30-year mortgage is disappearing, but it does hint at more choices for consumers of the future.
Tools like HomeLight Set are available to reduce the trauma of long-distance moves.
May 25, 2022
First-time home buyers may find these services appealing because they give them an advantage over non-cash buyers in a cutthroat market. Any offer with cash “is going to be the most competitive in the long term,” says Sumant Sridharan, chief operating officer of HomeLight Set.
This year’s class of honorees have reimagined what a thriving business should feel like and cracked the code for excellent company culture.
May 09, 2022
A strategy gaining momentum involves companies that offer cash buys even if the buyer needs a conventional mortgage. For example, HomeLight Set Homes, which connects homebuyers with real estate agents and competitive loans, promotes a cash offer program in which buyers gain financing that is presented as all cash to the seller.
Insider reviewed company statements and press reports to find 19 other fintech companies that may still go public this year and the investors who will benefit.
The Registry: As Competition for Homes Skyrockets,
HomeLight Set Uses Platform to Spearhead Contingency-Free
April 18, 2022
With buyers frequently facing bidding wars, the highest offer is no longer always the best, and buyers are employing new strategies to get their foot in the door. The Registry spoke with HomeLight Set President Vanessa Famulener about the current market and how tech can make home offers more competitive.
Fortune: This couple just bought a house for all cash in one of America’s hottest markets. Here’s how they did it,
and what it feels like
April 18, 2022
All-cash offers became more common across the country during the coronavirus pandemic, but they are especially prevalent in more expensive markets. In a seller’s market, an all-cash offer is the most attractive thing a buyer can provide.
April 13, 2022
Bidding wars are common during seller’s markets and in markets with certain traits such as low turnover, or where the home is significantly undervalued. Here are tips on how to win one.
HomeLight Set Featured on T3 Sixty’s Tech 500 for 2022
March 15, 2022
This annual list curates the leading tech products designed to help brokers, agents, and teams better evaluate and choose technologies that will help them grow and streamline their businesses.
March 15, 2022
HomeLight Set was recognized as one of the top companies leading the drive for business growth in the Southwest region.
March 10, 2022
For all the creative ways to make a bid more appealing, the out-of-the-box strategy that buyers most often used was allowing the sellers to stay in the home for months or even a year after closing, giving them time to line up their next purchase, according to the HomeLight Set survey.
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