Relola, based in the San Francisco Bay Area, is a seed funded tech start-up destined to revolutionize real estate.

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By placing agents first, and providing them a platform to stand out as experts, Relola is responding to the pent-up demand for a new way of incorporating technology with real estate.

Relola’s mission is to provide the platform and tools necessary to create an efficient, effective and engaging home search experience for real estate agents and home buyers alike. For now, Relola won’t divulge the secret behind this effort, but does promise that it will be like nothing ever seen before.

In order to build fast and strong, Relola is inviting real estate agents to get involved early. When the site is officially launched subscriptions will start at $99 per month. A limited number of agents from each state can sign up now at pre-launch pricing of $19.99 for their first year. Launch is set for November 2015.

In this first-ever Kickstarter style campaign to start a social media company, Relola is giving real estate agents a voice to say, “We crave something different.” Early adapters will be rewarded with prime placement when the site launches as well as the opportunity to participate early in refining the sites features.

Relola’s CEO, Heather Sittig Jackson, is a seasoned real estate entrepreneur dedicated to creating innovative solutions that challenge the status quo. Regarding Relola, she says, “Expect great things.”



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