Homicity building momentum in proptech

Read about our feature in the Ottawa Business Journal's Techopia where we discuss the future of proptech and Homicity's role in it.

By Homicity

Mar 7, 2019

Homicity building momentum in proptech

Our CEO, Jamie Blades, was featured in Ottawa Business Journal’s Techopia, highlighting the rise of proptech in the national capital region. Techopia shares newsworthy content about the technology and startup community in the city, and Homicity was highlighted as one of the local startups building momentum in property technology.

Property technology, often called “proptech,” is merging of tech and real estate and the next big wave of the industry. This new sector is changing the way people buy, sell, rent and live in their homes and aims to improve the industry for the benefit of consumer and real estate professionals.

Homicity’s goal is to create a better platform for consumers and real estate professionals to connect without the inefficiencies of the current model. Our marketplace allows consumers to speed their searches using real-time filtering functions and with the power of artificial intelligence.

Read the full article here.


Homicity helps you find your dream home in the perfect community. Whether you are buying, renting, or selling, you can navigate the Canadian real estate market with confidence with our expert advice, market news, and recommendations powered by AI.

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