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KardZee to Launch Real Estate Offerings During Inman Connect SF 2017’s Startup Alley

KardZee’s New Real Estate Marketing Products are Designed to Help Realtors Maintain Personal Relationships in the Internet Age

KardZee, San Francisco, Puget Sound, Seattle, Inman Connect SF,San Francisco, CA – July 24, 2017 – KardZee, a mobile media platform for personal engagement, relationship building, and referrals, announced today their participation in Inman Connect SF 2017’s Startup Alley, a carefully curated group of 30 startups that represent the newest companies in the real estate tech space. During Inman Connect SF 2017, which will take place August 8-10, KardZee will launch their new real estate product offerings, designed to make it easy for realtors and brokers to connect in a unique and tangible way with their clients, prospects, and service providers.

KardZee will be located at Booth S21 during the event.

Using KardZee’s unique technology, which learns and stores a user’s handwriting, users can create and send real cards, postcards, and notes with messages in their own handwriting. KardZee’s real estate-focused templates make creating unique cards – to market open houses, new listings, or to congratulate clients on the sale or purchase of a home – simple and easy. Users can upload their own images or use existing images in the KardZee database.

Realtors can also take advantage of KardZee’s video link and patent-pending gift card features. Add a printed gift card – the perfect closing present for a client – to a KardZee with just a tap, or embed a video link to share property videos on a KardZee with their mailing recipients, all communicated with the KardZee texting platform.

“Personal relationships are key to any successful real estate business, but the internet’s growing role in the real estate industry can threaten these relationships. KardZee makes it easy for agents, brokers, and others in real estate to capture and deepen their connections with clients and prospects through the use of personalized, ‘handwritten’ notes,” said KardZee founder Keverne Denahan. “We’re honored to be a part of Inman Connect SF’s Startup Alley and are excited to show attendees how our range of services can help them build and grow their real estate businesses.”

KardZee was launched in 2016 as a consumer-facing mobile app. Over the past year, the company has expanded to include an API and web server platform, which makes it possible for business and corporate users to set up large-scale KardZee mailings.