Real estate is complex. Consider the many variables when searching for a home, and then consider the endless paperwork that goes with it - these moving pieces open the door for technology to make the process better. Redfin, a real estate brokerage, founded and run by technologists, is using innovations such as big data and digital processing to create a more seamless process and a “Complete Real Estate Solution” for purchasers, sellers and renters alike.
In this episode of The Restless Ones, we sit with Bridget Frey, CTO at Redfin, who is not only out to change the way real estate works, but the people behind those changes as well. We’ll hear how she searches for the talent and leaders in tech that help bring all voices to the forefront in her quest to create greater efficiency and equality for the real estate customer. Bridget will discuss how she and her team at Redfin choose the right technologies to unify all components of the real estate process under one solution.
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