Products & Tech

Products & Tech

An example of the USB business card from Flarian's website.

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Flarian, a Toronto start-up company, is making personalized business cards with built-in USB drives. USB cards with more storage enable sales reps to “provide the address of their website, a YouTube video," and more.

Deena Friedman

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Not only does having a house check service alert the homeowner to property damage, it can help them avoid insurance claim denials, says Toronto Home Watch president Deena Friedman.

Those who use the planner are organized and realize the importance of putting valuable time to good use, Rahman says.

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In a world of technology, Mohammed Rahman’s hardcover DLG (daily lead generating) planner sits on agents’ desks, a silent but constant reminder to stay focused and eliminate unproductive habits and replace them with productive ones.

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Toronto firm Futureshare says it is offering an alternative to Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOCs) and reverse mortgages for homeowners who want to use their real estate equity without taking on new debt.

Photolemur runs on artificial intelligence, the company says.

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Photolemur is an automatic photo enhancement tool that runs on artificial intelligence, says the software developer. It analyzes the photo and applies appropriate improvements using 12 technologies.

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3Foundations Technology Group has launched Monitor My Mortgage, which the company says is a “platform that gives users the power to determine the best options available to them for their ‘in term’ mortgage – at any time.”

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Mortgage Smarts, a guide to mortgage procurement in Canada by Victoria real estate agent Helen Jones and mortgage broker Peter Dale, has won the 2017 Independent Publisher Book awards silver medal in the Finance, Investment and Economics category.

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Planitar, the creator of iGuide, a platform for capturing, processing and hosting immersive 3D virtual home tours and detailed property information, recently introduced iGuide VR.

Real estate companies invite their clients to their own branded version of MoveSnap.

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Toronto-based MoveSnap has been working on a technology that simplifies the entire relocation process, the company says. Research has named moving as the third-most stressful event after death and divorce.

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Web4Realty, which produces marketing software for real estate professionals, is giving a Newcomer and Refugee Realtor Education Grant valued at more than $5,000 to an eligible applicant.