Zurich-based proptech company PriceHubble and the German branch of U.S.-based Keller Williams, one of the largest real estate agent networks in the world, have partnered to leverage their expertise and expand their services in Germany.
Founded in 1983, Keller Williams Realty operates in more than 50 countries and has over 200,000 associates. In February, it expanded into Germany as its 18th master franchise in Europe.
As part of the agreement, agents from the Keller Williams network will be able to access PriceHubble’s data analysis and real estate valuation tools. “Our partnership will enable optimized property valuations, it strengthens our focus on customer satisfaction and creates a win-win-win scenario because in the end it’s the customer who benefits the most,” the companies said in a LinkedIn post.
“This partnership is a testament to our shared commitment to innovating the real estate industry,” said Christian Steinke, chief sales officer for Central Europe at PriceHubble. “Leveraging PriceHubble’s technology and Keller Williams’ global leadership, we aim to set new standards in property valuation and customer experience.”
Since the beginning of this year, PriceHubble has been involved in nine acquisitions or partnership announcements. These include the purchase of U.K.-based WhenFresh, a partnership with Germany-based IndustrialPort, the acquisition of U.K.-based property market intelligence company DataLoft, a partnership with Switzerland-based banking software provider Temenos Exchange and the purchase of France-based proptech startup Urbanease.