The New App “Casa Blanca” Is Positioning Itself because the “Tinder” of Actual Property


There’s no denying that we reside within the Digital Age. Actually, we’re arguably at some extent the place we’d reasonably do issues on-line than face-to-face—even issues that, till just lately, may actually solely be achieved in particular person. Shopping for a mattress, taking a exercise class, and even occurring a date on-line have grow to be commonplace amongst the tech-savvy lately. Why, then, has the true property business not advanced previous itemizing properties in native newspapers, by means of brokers, and on out-of-date web sites? 

Enter Casa Blanca,  a brand new smartphone app that’s positioning itself because the Tinder (and Bumble) of actual property. Cofounded by actual property veteran Hannah Bomze, now Casa Blanca CEO, the app goals to offer the subsequent technology of consumers and renters with a significantly legit digital-first answer. As Bomze explains, “I’ve labored in the true property business for 12 years, and admittedly, this disruption is overdue. We primarily rebuilt the brokerage mannequin utilizing customized matchmaking expertise and taking consumer life-style preferences to create a customized expertise from the very starting of the house search.” Plus, performance apart, the app, a design-centric minimalist’s dream, is main eye sweet. 

A home for sale on the Casa Blanca app

A house on the market on the Casa Blanca app

For any singletons in main cities like New York (surrounding boroughs included) and San Francisco, there’s a comforting familiarity to swiping proper and left on potential prospects of all types, and Casa Blanca is constructed across the artwork of swiping. Actually, the app makes use of machine-learning algorithms to get smarter the extra customers swipe, a performance most actual property apps don’t make use of. Lots have tried and failed. There was Torii, a Tinder-like actual property app that launched in 2018 however crashed and burned solely a 12 months later; UpTop and its interactive map, which arrived on the scene three years earlier; and HomePal, which matched residence sellers and consumers based mostly on purely goal information. None of those apps loved a lot recognition for greater than a 12 months or two, maybe as a result of they harnessed solely the logistics of Tinder however little of its personalization, which is vital to discovering each a companion and a house.

Bomze, a New York College graduate who realized the ins and outs of the business at Compass and Douglas Elliman Actual Property, together with Casa Blanca COO Erez Zarur, designed their app to imitate what single individuals have a tendency to like about courting apps: accessibility, a easy aesthetic, and the flexibility to really discover what they’re searching for.

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