LandOnEarth, a real estate home matching tool, has expanded its growing proptech platform into the Austin, Texas market. The platform uses a sophisticated AI-powered proprietary algorithm that combines consumer input, available inventory and lifestyle data to show matching properties ranked by percentage. For real estate professionals, LandOnEarth simplifies what has been a complex and time-intensive process.
“For the first time, the LandOnEarth platform brings to market a consumer-first real estate experience that includes an AI-based SmartMatch Technology that has not been introduced before,” said CEO and Co-founder Mario Corona. “We’re here to streamline the home discovery experience by reducing time and friction. With LandOnEarth, we quantify the subjective, visual and unspoken personal preferences in home discovery. Until now, no real estate marketplace has matched buyers to both their perfect house and their ideal lifestyle.”
Since LandOnEarth launched in April of 2019, it has continually enhanced its AI matching algorithm and match experience, modernizing and evolving the home discovery process for homebuyers, renters and real estate professionals. Similar to how dating platforms have transformed the dating world, LandOnEarth is transforming the process of selecting an ideal home. The platform goes beyond the typical bed, bath, and square footage search and provides results based on the lifestyle users aspire to live.
Realtors save time in getting to know their clients’ needs with AI technology. With more precise insights, the discovery process is reduced, and they can spend more time focusing on their client’s overall experience and the joy of finding the perfect match, the company said. Consumers can determine and easily select what is most important to them such as proximity to dog parks, the age of children in the area and commute times, matching the buyer with areas and homes they might never have considered using LandOnEarth’s matching algorithm.
LandOnEarth is focused on additional expansion into Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Denver, Miami, Orlando, Los Angeles, San Diego and Tampa, Florida throughout Q3 and Q4 of this year.