MooveGuru launches HomeKeepr to its user network of 370,000 agents, loan officers and securities representatives — RISMedia

HomeKeepr’s network of 370,000 agents, loan officers and title representatives, as well as their consumer contacts, now use an enhanced suite of HomeKeepr products and services, the company announced. “It’s actually a relaunch,” says Rob Morelli, president of HomeKeepr. “After MooveGuru acquired HomeKeepr in 2020, we began a significant investment in the platform with the goal of building the ultimate consumer destination for home management.”

The company said HomeKeepr has enhanced its consumer platform to manage all aspects of homeownership, while remaining branded and delivered by its realtor, mortgage professional and title company. . Features include storing closing documents, photos, device manuals, tax information and more. Homekeepr also provides real-time comparable market activity, home financial details and a variety of other tools consumers need to maintain and manage the physical and financial aspects of their home, the company said.

A real differentiator for HomeKeepr is its pro home network. This network is unique from other sets of home professionals because all members of the network have been referred by real estate agents and/or loan officers. MooveGuru identified this as a key element in the decision to acquire HomeKeepr at the end of 2020. Leveraging its unique network of home professionals has become a priority for MooveGuru. To ensure the value of these vendors, the new HomeKeepr allows consumers to use a repair estimating tool to model accurate repair or renovation cost estimates. The tool adjusts the price locally, based on the property’s zip code, and directs the consumer to a reputable contractor in the HomeKeepr home pro network, the statement said.

MooveGuru says it understands the needs of realtors and mortgage loan officers. Everyone should know who intends to move. The new HomeKeepr runs a complex algorithm on all consumers linked to an agent or broker to identify life events that may trigger a move. The algorithm further predicts the timeline of the purchase or sale of the house. This AI feature provides continuous monitoring of over 50 data points including social, search, and online spending to identify contacts as likely movers, then notifies agent and loan officer of who exactly in their sphere to contact, the company said. “It’s a roadmap for agents and loan officers to identify who in their contact list is most likely to buy or sell in the next 90 days and it’s incredibly accurate,” Scott Oakley said. , CEO of MooveGuru.

After two years of investment and extensive testing, MooveGuru began rolling out the new HomeKeepr to the company’s 370,000 agent customers in July, the statement said. HomeKeepr and MooveGuru currently support 90% of all Keller Williams agents, 80% of ERA Real Estate and Better Homes and Gardens realtors, 8,000 eXp Realty realtors, The Realty Alliance, and all of Exit Realty’s networks , Vylla Real Estate and HomeScout, they said.

HomeKeepr is built on an open environment, so officers or loan officers don’t have to mess with their current systems and change transaction management systems or CRM. HomeKeepr provides a seamless experience for its customers through integrations that allow the system to pull contact data from major real estate platforms, such as Anywhere’s Dash, Keller Williams’ Command, MoxiWorks, Dotloop, DocuSign, Skyslope, Boomtown and more. ‘others.

“This revolutionary platform keeps the real estate agent and loan officer relevant to their contacts before, during and long after the transaction. HomeKeepr creates a complete homeownership lifecycle program with the agent and the loan officer at the center of the experience. Ultimately, this gives consumers the tools they need to manage their biggest investment while driving more transactions for our officers, loan officers and securities said Kathleen Kuhn, president of MooveGuru.

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