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Amazon can sell you stuff. But can it clean your house?
“The only thing that’s worked well so far, she says: HomeKeepr, which operates as a referral service for Realtors to offer contractors and other professionals to their clients.”
October 24, 2018 Four years ago, Bobbie Moe, who owns a cleaning service in Seattle with her husband Eric, got a call from the city’s resident corporate behemoth — Amazon — asking for help. Amazon wanted the Moes’ business, Alpine Specialty Cleaning, to participate in a pilot program that would sell housecleaning services to consumers. Thinking it could drive more business, they signed up, and started taking jobs that had been booked through the site. It was a disaster…
HomeKeepr and MoxiWorks Partner to Increase Referral Business for Real Estate Professionals
Leaders Partner to Increase Profitability, Recruitment, Retention, and Customer Service for Real Estate Brokers Nationwide
Novembe 2, 2018 MoxiWorks, a leading real estate technology company, and HomeKeepr®, the nation’s only online home services marketplace powered by a referral network of real estate agents, homeowners and home service professionals, today announced that HomeKeepr is joining the MoxiCloud to help agents stay in touch with and remain valuable to past and prospective home-buying clients, generating more repeat and referral business….
What’s APPening—September, 2018
“HomeKeepr Helps You Get Realtor Recommendations”
September 2018 For many painters, continued business is based on a steady stream of referrals. But along with that, there is a growing number of apps and home service marketplaces that help guide potential clients to your pot & brush. Do you have to be in them all? There are lots of digital marketplace mobile apps out there for paint contractors, most of which are basically a digital version of the old Yellow Pages. From the consumer point of view, they offer claims that they “verify” the home pro, while the tradeoff for you is paying referral fees for what can already be tight margin jobs. So how can you best take advantage of this burgeoning app market for home pros?…
zipLogix™ to Feature HomeKeepr’s Home Services Referral App on zipForm® Plus
New integration makes it easy for real estate professionals to invite their clients to HomeKeepr
August 8, 2017 … HomeKeepr and zipLogix™, a technology leader helping real estate professionals improve productivity and efficiency, today announced the integration of HomeKeepr within the zipForm® Plus transaction management platform.
Realtors Can Recommend Their Favorite Local Businesses Using HomeKeepr
The days of homeowners looking up a local painter or handyman in the Yellow Pages are gone.
November 29, 2015 …Instead, consumers are turning to online hubs like Craigslist, review sites such Yelp or Angie’s List, or on-demand newcomers like Thumbtack to find the right person for the job. As a result, local businesses can miss out on prime opportunities with their neighbors. Perhaps they don’t have enough five-star reviews or maybe they just didn’t pop up first on a Google search.
Keller Williams agents can now share vendors through search app
Partnership with HomeKeepr means agents can easily send home maintenance tips to past clients
August 19, 2015 …Keller Williams Realty real estate agents can now provide past and present clients with easy access to preferred vendors through the agent-branded Keller Williams property search app.
HomeKeepr launches embeddable home services search widget for agent websites
The widget allows homeowners to find a plumber, carpenter or any of HomeKeepr’s recommended 350,000 servicepeople without leaving an agent’s or brokerage’s website
August 1, 2018 …Since launching in 2014, HomeKeepr has quickly established itself as a way for buyers, sellers and agents to manage the upkeep and repairs of a property… while users were previously required to download the HomeKeepr app on their devices, this new tool brings HomeKeepr’s database of recommended professionals straight to an agent’s site.
Looking for a home contractor? Two new online services may help.
July 5, 2018 One of the most challenging aspects of owning a home for many people is the need to find a reliable contractor. Whether looking for someone to fix a roof or to overhaul a kitchen, homeowners want to know they are hiring someone they can trust to do the job well and at a fair price… HomeKeepr, an online marketplace that recently announced it has made more than 5 million recommendations, relies on sources popular with many recent homeowners: more than 110,000 real estate agents, mortgage and insurance professionals.
What You Need to Know to Navigate in the Gig Economy
October 15, 2018 Who you network with and how you do it matters. In the 21st century, a 21st century solution is clearly called for. I believe in platforms like HomeKeepr because I believe in the power of recommendations. They can help you create a safety net that will help lift you up professionally and set your mind at ease personally.
HomeKeepr Surpasses Five Million Recommendations for Home Service Professionals
Online marketplace leverages time-honored word-of-mouth real estate agent referrals connecting home professionals and homeowner
June 21, 2018 … HomeKeepr, the leading referral-only online community of REALTORS®, home service professionals and homeowners, today announced it has surpassed the five-million recommendation mark. The company has signed on more than 110,000 real estate, mortgage, and insurance professionals who have in turn recommended more than 320,000 home service contractors and other local businesses to homeowners over five million times.
HomeKeepr Crosses 50,000 Real Estate Pros on its Recommendation Platform
Seasoned local experts on HomeKeepr make finding trusted home professionals a breeze for homeowners.
November 29, 2016 … HomeKeepr now has more than 50,000 real estate agents, mortgage and insurance professionals on its platform, who have posted over 2.5 million recommendations of home service contractors and other local businesses to homeowners in every state
HomeKeepr update keeps what was good, adds more of it
Vendor recommendation app evolves into total home management solution
August 3, 2016 …With a series of updates to be rolled out first for consumers early in August, then agents shortly after, HomeKeepr is now an ongoing journal of sorts for everything you need to know about your house.
Realty World Northern California & Nevada and HomeKeepr Partner to Connect Homeowners with the Best Home Service Pros
Realty World NCA will be providing HomeKeepr technology to its network of real estate agents
July 6, 2016 …Realty World Northern California & Nevada announces the launch of a new partnership with HomeKeepr, an agent-curated referral marketplace, that connects homeowners to the best home service professionals in their communities.
App of the Month | HomeKeepr
Staying top of mind among your past clients has never been easier!
May 31, 2016 …With HomeKeepr for Pros, you are able to provide your clients with valuable information that will help you remain an asset to them long after closing.
Amitree’s ‘The Chart’ updated for 2016: 381 companies, fundraising and M&A
There have been notable changes since the last update in April 2015
June 17, 2016 …What’s unmistakable is that talented founders and deep-pocketed VCs alike are going after the experience of buying and selling a home by owning the experience from start to finish, as opposed to improving single parts of the experience.
HomeKeepr Realtors Eclipse 1,500,000 Posted Recommendations
Tens of thousands of Realtors are using HomeKeepr to share their favorite home service providers
March 15, 2016 … HomeKeepr announced today that over 30,000 Realtors operating in more than 2,500 locations across North America have posted over 1,500,000 home service provider and local business recommendations to the HomeKeepr platform.
Track client-vendor interactions with HomeKeepr’s new feature
Agents can now monitor how clients use the home repair and vendor recommendation app
February 19, 2016 …I applaud HomeKeepr’s version of the solution above many others. And with its newest update that allows agent users to track customers’ interactions with its data, I’m adjusting my skepticism.