EasyKnock has been selected as the winner of the “Client Collaboration Solution of the Year” award in the annual PropTech Breakthrough Awards program conducted by PropTech Breakthrough, a leading independent market intelligence organization that evaluates and recognizes standout real estate technologies around the globe.
“As collaboration and partnership are integral to our company, we are grateful to PropTech Breakthrough for this incredible recognition,” said Jarred Kessler, CEO, and founder of EasyKnock. “Customers deserve more flexibility, and we are proud that EasyKnock has partnered with several leaders in the real estate market to broaden our reach of people who can benefit from our solutions.”
Through their residential sale-leaseback programs, EasyKnock is providing more opportunities for brokerages and agents, equipping them with tools to resolve tough issues in the buy and sell process. EasyKnock’s solutions help provide contingency-free offers and more cash-in-hand for down payments, ultimately limiting unnecessary expenses for agents as well as time wasted on multiple rejected offers for both agents and their clients.
EasyKnock has partnered with several leaders in the housing and real estate market, including Zavvie, The Jason Mitchell Group, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, Marketplace Homes, Sold.com, Samson, and EXIT.
“The needs of modern homeowners are evolving, yet traditional models aren’t advancing with them, and EasyKnock’s alternative solution suits an ever-changing market,” said Bryan Vaughn, Managing Director of PropTech Breakthrough Awards. “A true innovator in the real estate industry, the EasyKnock team understands this and provides a new way for American homeowners to achieve their financial goals. Congratulations on being our choice for ‘Client Collaboration Solution of the Year.’”
The mission of the annual PropTech Breakthrough Awards program is to conduct the industry’s most comprehensive analysis and evaluation of the top technology companies, solutions, and products in the real estate technology industry today. This year’s program attracted more than 1,500 nominations from over 12 different countries throughout the world.