‘Peer-to-Peer’ Real Estate Model Sees Major Success in First Year

A startup seeking to redefine how homebuyers purchase new homes has seen significant success in its first year of business in Cincinnati.

“Homeshake” has “reached $10 million in sales volume in its first year,” Cincy Inno reports, with plans to expand to other cities and eventually other states.

The “peer-to-peer” service advertises itself as one that “simplif[ies] everything from start to finish” by removing much of the middlemen from real estate transactions, eliminating many fees in the process.

“People are ready for this,” company CEO Nick Rabin told Cincy Inno, stating that “with the right tools and support, buying or selling a home has never been easier.”