FoxyAI, a B2B proptech startup providing real estate visualization and property intelligence services, announced today a partnership with on-demand photography system and real estate media provider ProxyPics, according to a press release.
The company says the partnership will provide appraisers, inspectors, lenders, home buyers and investors using ProxyPics to enhance their assessments through the use of FoxyAI’s property intelligence data.
“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with ProxyPics. It’s an honor to work with companies that are at the forefront of innovation for real estate, and ProxyPics’ work in mobilizing the gig economy to bring appraisals and inspections into the next generation is inspiring. We look forward to working together to further innovate on behalf of the industry that we call home,” stated Vin Vomero, founder and CEO of FoxyAI, in the release.
ProxyPics uses a network of over 65,000 gig workers to pull data and take photos on demand, providing users with human-generated, “unbiased opinions” on a home’s current condition. The platform is designed to make region-specific photography and data available to all, with the company saying this data is used in conjunction with comparable sales to ensure users receive the most accurate market value.
By integrating FoxyAI’s API-based real estate visualization and property intelligence data, the partnership provides users with additional data points and more accurate information regarding properties.
“The FoxyAI’s API-accessible computer vision scoring models provide our users with an even more enhanced experience, further elevating the quality and accuracy of their appraisals and inspections. We seek out like-minded partners that are eager to innovate and propel us forward. It’s been wonderful working with the FoxyAI team, and we look forward to continuing our work together,” said Luke Tomaszewski, founder and CEO of ProxyPics.
In other recent proptech news, Baselane launched its landlord banking platform to simplify rental property finances. Snappt also raised a $100 million Series A to combat fraud in rental document applications.