Today on My Greenville Home, Dan spoke with Rick Altizer, the CEO of Earnnest, a software company headquarter in Greenville, SC specializing in safe, digital real estate transactions.
If you have ever purchased property, you know you have to pay earnest money. Earnest money is money in “good faith” — payment provided by the buyer in good trust as all sides work through the closing process. Earnnest makes earnest money transactions simple and secure with their revolutionary online software.
What sets Earnnest apart from other digital transaction apps like Venmo or PayPal?
Earnnest completely integrates the transaction process, including escrow holders and brokers alike to create a secure and compliant transaction with a documented paper trail. To contrast, Venmo creates one-off payments with very little verification and minimal documentation.
Additionally, earnest money regulation changes state to state, even county to county! Earnnest works hard to create a compliant system no matter where you are located so you can transfer funds with peace of mind.
Listen to Rick’s entire interview, plus learn some daily tips and practices that can increase your overall internet safety from Dan!
Visit Earnnest.com to learn more about safe real estate transactions and contact email@example.com to see if Earnnest might be a good fit for your agency!
Dan Hamilton is the founder of Hamilton & Co. and the lead listing agent for the team. He is the only agent in the Upstate endorsed by Shark Tank star and real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran. Additionally, Dan hosts a weekly radio show on The Answer 94.5 and 106.3 WORD giving tips and advice on real estate and is a frequent contributor for real estate on Your Carolina TV show on WSPA Channel 7.