Fixing the pocket listings

Selling Later is a very interesting product, always asking the hard questions. The premise that #pocketlistings are discriminatory by design is not entirely true, but what if they are proven to be more discriminatory that an open market #MLS?

How does one even ban the practice? Pocket listings is not a legal term that can be clearly defined.

The solution to this problem is why I really like how Selling Later creates a service that encompasses all listings equally by simply offering consumers better terms of service and more privacy.

If a consumer has access to all listings at all times, such service cannot be discriminatory by design.

Selling Later has organic network effects factor within the platform to redefine how people list homes. The entire real estate sector is being uprooted and “do what we say we do” companies are on point to take on giants like Zillow Realtor.com Opcity and Redfin with RESPA and FHA compliant solutions.

Selling Later is one of the few startups willing to take that risk.

#realestate #privacy #MLS #homeselling #homebuying #affordablehousing #consumers #FHA #RESPA #proptech #equalhousing

Author: Litesand

Antitrust, real estate, e-commerce, fintech, proptech, bigtech

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