The process of buying a house involves a lot of dilemmas, right from the beginning itself. Making owning a home faster, easier, more transparent, and ultimately cheaper for consumers is what most of the proptech companies target at. On similar lines, London-based Acre’s broker platform uses innovative blockchain technology in an interesting way to put detailed consumer and property data at the heart of getting a mortgage.
Recently, Acre announced an association with Sesame Bankhall Group (SBG), one of the UK’s largest distributors of financial advice, coupled with a £5 million (around €4.8 million) investment from Aviva and SBG. The company believes that the deal will help transform the way mortgage and protection advisers process business and service their clients.