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Curbio wins pitch battle at NAR’s iOi Summit

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“The contenders — eight women and six men — were each on stage for eight, visibly nerve-wracking minutes: four to present their product using slides and four to get grilled by industry judges, as conference attendees and thousands of livestream viewers looked on.
“Our goal with this competition is to identify and showcase concepts poised to help drive the real estate industry forward,” said NAR CEO Bob Goldberg in a statement.
Rikki Rogers, Curbio’s vice president of marketing, delivered the startup’s pitch on stage.
“We let every homeowner flip their own property and cash in on their most important asset,” she told attendees. “We renovate homes before they go on the market so they sell for the best possible price. And we wait until settlement to get paid. Whether the home sells in six days or six months, the cost to the seller is the same and Curbio is paid for our work at closing through the proceeds of the sale.”

I participated last year at NAR’s inaugural iOi Summit. I pitched Cloud CMA’s new iBuyer Connect feature. I didn’t attend this year but the event last was very well produced and I’ve heard the same about this event in Seattle. I met a member of Curbio’s team, Rebecca, at Inman Connect last month in Las Vegas. I got a chance to hear about their vision and plans for the company. I really think they were on to something. Huge congrats to Curbio.

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