Anyone who’s ever gone through the ordeal of buying a house knows that it’s an extremely complicated process. But now there’s a tool, called Closing Time, designed to simplify all the work that needs to be done. And now the product, which creates a comprehensive to-do list for home buyers, is available for users all over the U.S.
Closing Time is the first product to come out of Amitree, a startup founded by Jonathan Aizen and Paul Knegten, the guys behind display-ad company Dapper. After that company had been acquired by Yahoo in 2010, the two wanted to do something a little different. And real estate seemed like the perfect place to start. That’s because they’ve run into their own pain points when trying to buy and close on a house.
To solve that problem, the two built an abstract rule engine designed to take into account all the…
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