For Immediate Release
April 1, 2020
RE: Calgary real estate industry will be looking for post-COVID-19 solutions
With the lingering effect of the coronavirus, companies across Canada will be looking for ways their business can pivot to respond to concerns over the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19.
Calgary-based LotSpot is already delivering a turn-key virtual solution for new home builders and real estate professionals with their proprietary system that delivers critical home information through their app.
There’s less need to keep making physical visits to or attend a busy open house to get information on listings or new builds. LotSpot’s push beacon technology allows clients to visit once, make notes, take away all the photos, documents, video walkthroughs, and then compare those features across all the properties they visit.
“We’re not a bunch of feature sheets spread out on your kitchen table. We’re app-based, where you can do a side-by-side comparison,” said LotSpot founder, Scott McKay.
It’s a solution for those consumers that are time-strapped with kids needing home-schooling and figuring out new schedules, but also one that tackles head-on the issue of physical distancing. A simple sticker on a home or lawn sign lets others know they can get LotSpot info on that location.
“At an unprecedented time in our world, innovative solutions like LotSpot will help realtors, homebuilders, and homebuyers protect themselves while still making the best possible buying decision,” said McKay.
“It’s a quick, easy solution to pivot the way they deliver their businesses in these uncharted real estate waters.”
LotSpot is currently waiving monthly service fees, giving it free to new clients (with hardware costs) for their immediate use. Interested parties can experience LotSpot at 4209 17 ST SW Calgary, Alberta.
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