Prevu, a real estate technology company, announced that its digital homebuying platform is now available in South Florida – including cities like Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, and West Palm Beach. With Prevu’s entrance into the market, consumers in the region now have an alternative to the homebuying process. Prevu delivers a digital solution to search for available listings, schedule tours, make offers and more easily collaborate with a local real estate expert.
“Florida homebuyers today are faced with a growing affordability issue with the combination of elevated mortgage rates and rapid home price appreciation in recent years,” noted Thomas Kutzman, Prevu’s Co-Founder and Co-CEO. “Prevu solves this challenge for buyers by leveraging technology to unlock significant savings with a rebate that traditional real estate companies just can’t afford to offer.”
Launched by Kutzman and Chase Marsh in 2017, Prevu seeks to modernize and digitize the way homes are bought across America. Prior to Prevu, it was customary for consumers to complete the homebuying process offline. Prevu allows everything to be completed at the click of a button, saving homebuyers time, money and stress.
“Housing prices in cities like Miami and West Palm Beach have continued to climb as homebuyers and companies alike have relocated within the United States amid the trend of remote work,” said Marsh, who serves as Co-CEO. “What we see everyday is that Prevu’s rebate provides homebuyers with the confidence they need to successfully purchase a home knowing that they will get back up to 2 percent of the purchase price.”
South Florida is the third major market Prevu has expanded to in recent months, following Denver and Austin in December 2022, and the company now serves 10 major metropolitan markets across 9 states.