EasyKnock, a tech-enabled residential sale-leaseback platform, today announced partnering with The Jason Mitchell Group, according to a press release.
The two organizations say that through the partnership, The Jason Mitchell Group’s clients will have “a competitive advantage in the crowded housing market as they have the flexibility to sell their homes to EasyKnock,” noting that this enables homeowners to convert existing home equity into cash for stronger offers on new homes.
EasyKnock also noted that its product also enables agents to remove home sale contingency and clients to avoid costly complications that can come from having to sell their house while still searching for a new one, such as storage and temporary housing costs.
“Through this partnership with The Jason Mitchell Group, we are allowing clients to be more competitive in the market and improve the chances of securing their dream home. Our teams are aligned on our customers needing flexibility in today’s uncertain economy, and we look forward to providing these solutions in this next chapter,” said Jarred Kessler, CEO and founder of EasyKnock.
“We are committed to providing our clients with a world-class real estate experience and utilizing the best technology and processes the industry has to offer, which is why our partnership with EasyKnock is such a natural fit,” stated Jason Mitchell, CEO and founder of The Jason Mitchell Group, in the release.
“In teaming up with EasyKnock, we will continue to grow the amount of customers we serve while improving their experience in the buying process,” Mitchell said.
In other recent proptech news, Clean02 announced raising a $2.12 million seed round led by Regeneration.VC. Madison Realty Capital also announced originating a $76 million loan for a luxury condominium in Miami.