Our Target Market: Why Deepblocks will partner with real estate brokers first

Deepblocks has prioritized partnering with real estate brokers because they are the first point of contact in a real estate deal. As first potential influencers on the future of a project, real estate brokers rigorously search their local market to discover untapped potential. Our vision is to assist immediately in optimizing opportunities as they are found and positively impact each development project. At Deepblocks, we believe the success of a project is proportional to the speed at which we optimize.

Real estate brokers are data-driven and analytical, constantly looking for ways to improve a potential transaction. They must execute quickly while focusing on the quality of service. They must  increase productivity, dealflow, and financial gains while developing long-term partnerships. Real estate brokers are adopting technology to increase the speed of dealfinding, generating presentations, and marketing a deal. However, when it comes to investment analysis, they are still dependent on local experts, which slows down the entire process. Deepblocks reduces the analysis from weeks to just a few hours.

With our software, real estate brokers can provide comprehensive answers to a client in fewer than twenty-four hours.

We imagine a future in which each building is optimized for the needs or desires of its community. There are more than three million real estate brokers working on investment properties in the United States. If only one percent optimize deals with our software, the positive impact on the future of our cities would be exponential. One building at a time, we can transform the way we live.

Author Olivia Ramos
Founder and CEO of Deepblocks, holds master's degrees in Architecture from Columbia University and Real Estate Development from the University of Miami. Her achievements before Deepblocks include designing Big Data navigation software for the Department of Defense's DARPA Innovation House and graduating from Singularity University's Global Solutions and Accelerator programs.