How does the introduction and application of technology to an industry create a catalyst for change and re-invention? Why did a job at MTV during its heyday lead to a career switch into high finance? How did becoming an intrapreneur create massive opportunities to build new businesses at the intersection of two asset classes? Why can land registry be considered the original blockchain? What has created the trapped equity crisis that American homeowners are experiencing today? How is housing affordability geo-specific? What causes people to think of their home asset differently than traditional financial assets like stocks and bonds? Why is education critical in financial asset decisions? Can you consider EasyKnock a countercyclical business model?
Jarred Kessler - co-founder & CEO of EasyKnock (and author of Death of a Real Estate Salesman), joins Proptech Espresso to answer these questions and discuss how his belief in the innate right of human beings to have access to shelter led to founding his non-profit which provides resources to homeowners to help figure out how to keep them in their homes and avoid eviction when experiencing life situations outside of their control.
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