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9/8/2017 | New York, NY


We’re coming to you live from the 5th annual Realogy FWD event – this year we have 15 unique tech startups helping to shape the future of real estate. Tune in throughout the day as we showcase the latest in innovation.

Posted by Realogy on Friday, September 8, 2017


Realogy is the largest real estate company in the world, owning major brands such as Coldwell Banker, Century 21, Sotheby’s, ERA, Better Homes & Gardens and more, and they want to get a leg up on tech, which is why 5 years ago, they launched the Realogy FWD Innovation Summit, where emerging tech companies have a chance to compete and present their product/services to a live audience of voters. The prize? The honor of being dubbed the most innovative tech product/service within the real estate industry.

Hundreds of companies applied, and Verse was one of only 15 finalists.

We’re excited to announce that Verse won 2nd place in the competition!

Our Founders David and Avi Tal sparked excitement and put on an incredible presentation to all in attendance.

“We would like to express what a privilege it was to compete with all of the other companies who are also pioneering the evolution of real estate tech. All participants share the same objective: to make real estate agents more productive and improve the consumer experience for all.”   -David Tal