CityBldr is a marketplace used by large real manor operators, developers, and investors to locate, analyze, and trade underused properties in any real manor windfall matriculation through proprietary analytics.
After working exclusively with enterprise companies since 2018, CityBldr launched its first SaaS product, Local, which makes it easier to find suitable places for housing developments through a simple search. To help ensure that The American Dream doesn’t protract slipping remoter and remoter yonder from working-class families, the visitor worked with researchers at MIT, Harvard, and Berkeley on the new product offering.
Regularly priced at $295 per month, the product is currently self-ruling to try in Seattle. However, for the first 90 days without its release, it will have an introductory price of $99 per month and in Miami, where CityBldr’s platform is predicting the next housing affordability crisis, it will be self-ruling for two weeks without its launch.
Disclosure: I’m an investor in the company.
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