Spins off technology into hot startup zavvie
Denver, CO – (RealEstateRama) — Colorado’s 8z Real Estate, known for its collaborative work environment and home to top producing teams that support one another, is on fire just as the spring home selling season heats up on the state’s Front Range.
Recently featured in The Denver Post, which selected Boulder-based 8z Real Estate as the “Top Workplace” of 2017 for midsize companies in Colorado, 8z and founder Lane Hornung were also recently profiled in a Colorado Business Magazine story “8z Real Estate: Purpose, alignment and trust”.
The combined results are impressive.
The Denver Post “Top Workplaces” Honor
In a survey that reflects the responses of more than 48,000 Colorado workers, 8z Real Estate landed at the top of The Denver Post 2017 list of Midsize Workplaces for companies based in Colorado. 8z topped established national brand names such as Safelite Autoglass, New York Life, and First American Title, as well as every real estate brokerage firm in Colorado. Midsize workplaces surveyed included companies with 150 to 499 people.
More than just technology
Technology has given consumers plenty of information about real estate: which homes are for sale, details about the property, how much it potentially would cost to finance, some online listings even feature immersive virtual tours to let consumers “walk” through a home without ever physically stepping a foot inside.
The appeal, Hornung believes, is that zavvie is the next generation of real estate. As he explained to the Boulder newspaper, “The first digital revolution was moving some of the process online: Real estate 1.0,” Hornung calls it. zavvie goes one step further into the digital sphere, connecting real life with the power of the web.
“This is real estate 2.0,” Hornung said. For more information about zavvie, the firm’s website features a contact form online at www.zavvie.com.
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