Online Platform for Commercial Real Estate Loans - StackSource
StackSource helped me close a refinance of my commercial property which allowed me to take out most of my equity, and STILL pay less each month in loan payments. I'm so happy with the platform I invested in the company!
StackSource Brings Innovation to Commercial Real Estate Lending - Finovate
Fintech's innovations in the real estate market for homebuyers have prompted the emergence of an entire new kind of fintech company, the mortgagetech, that specializes in leveraging technology to improve the homebuying experience for all parties involved. Less discussed are the ways that technology is helping those involved in the commercial end of the real Read more...
Motley Fool Podcasts
David Gardner, co-founder of The Motley Fool, is among the most respected and trusted sources on investing. As a best-selling author, hugely successful stock picker, and financial authority, David has led The Motley Fool's growth into a worldwide investment and financial advisory services company.
Real Estate Espresso: Tim Milazzo on Apple Podcasts
Tim Milazzo is the founder and CEO of StackSource.com. This financial technology company (fintech) seeks to revolutionize and simplify the world of commercial lending. His team is investing to making intriguing advances in the realm of commercial loans. To learn more you can visit stacksource.com.
Peek (virtual tours)
Peek | Convert More Leads With Data From Virtual Tours
Every unit matters Virtualize your entire community and integrate exact-unit availabilities onto your website to create a better prospect experience and convert more leads. Prospect-level analytics give exact insights on who is interested in what so your teams can personalize and pinpoint outreach.
The post-brunch open house is dead, but deals still get made during the pandemic
Morgan Lydon was frustrated. The Compass agent had moved from New York to Florida in the spring after realizing that quarantining with a golden retriever in a small apartment wouldn't be practical, but she was still trying to rent out a unit on the Upper East Side for one of her clients.
360 tour provider Peek has big plans for the industry
A NYC-based, 360-degree tour provider adds a few sharp touches to make its offering stand above others on the market. With 4,700 tours in NYC, the company plans call for expansion to Miami and LA. Have suggestions for products that you'd like to see reviewed by our real estate technology expert?