Splitero, the financial technology company that provides homeowners better options to access their home equity, announced the launch of its new real estate brokerage and affiliate company, Splitero Homes.
As a home equity partner, Splitero has a vested interest in helping homeowners get the best outcome “when they’re ready to sell.”
Michael Gifford, Co-Founder and CEO of Splitero, said:
“We are excited to continue our mission of helping homeowners with the launch of Splitero Homes. We’re invested alongside our homeowners and want to help them sell for the highest price possible while making sure they are treated fairly throughout the complicated process.”
Splitero Homes is committed to “providing homeowners with the best possible service and support.”
With decades of experience in “the real estate industry, a team of experienced real estate professionals, and no commitment until you’re ready to sell, Splitero Homes’ mission is to help homeowners get the highest price for their homes.”
David Zvaifler, Co-Founder of Splitero, said:
“We understand that life changes and selling a home is a big decision. We want to be there for our homeowners and make the process as easy and stress-free as possible. We are here to be your partner in home equity, and as your partner, when you win, we win.”
Splitero Homes is an affiliated company of Splitero and “can help homeowners sell in California, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington.”
As noted in the update, Splitero Homes is a real estate brokerage “that helps homeowners get the highest price for their homes when they’re ready to sell.”
Splitero Homes is an affiliate of the home equity investment company Splitero and has a vested interest in helping Splitero homeowners get the best outcome.
As mentioned in the announcement, Splitero is a financial technology company that “provides homeowners better options to access home equity.”
Founded by real estate veterans, Splitero provides “a lump sum of cash in exchange for a share of the home’s appreciation.”
Splitero can help homeowners “in California, Colorado, Oregon, Utah, and Washington access their equity.”