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Bay Area startup launches Reali app for real estate

by Jonathan Adams

A Bay Area startup is looking forward to shake up the real estate industry.

Its app called Reali could have homes practically selling themselves.

Although technology has changed every industry, including real estate, it has never been like this. Buyers don’t need real estate agents. The house just shows itself.

Sellers get a kit with beacons that let you tour the house at your own pace using your phone. They even play music they think you’ll like.

They can answer questions by text or phone call. Apart from some well-placed security cameras potential buyers are all alone.

You can place bids in the app and see what you’re up against. And when it’s all over, you get the commission as a cash refund.

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