Voxtur Analytics: Redefining Real Estate Technology
Voxtur provides software, data licenses, and technology-managed services which address today’s dynamic real estate valuation market, making it a fully integrated valuation solution for lending, insurance, and public clients. Voxtur already represents all major US lenders and provides valuation services for them.
We spoke with Gary Yeoman, who joined the company (then named ILOOKABOUT) in 2013 and has changed its direction since taking over as CEO. The new business plan has had a dramatic impact on its stock price. You may know Gary from his previous tenure – where he founded and served as the CEO of Atlus Group (TSX: AIF) – another real estate software company where he grew yearly revenues by 333%, which has given Atlus its $2 billion valuation today.
The CEO bought $2.5 million worth of company equity with his own capital when he became CEO of Voxtur in 2017 and is looking to take over the full real-estate buying process using next-generation technology.
Watch the full interview to learn Voxtur Analytics real estate process, their credit debt facility relationship with the Bank of Montreal, and the latest company developments.
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