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Founded in 2016, MooveGuru focuses on consumers to the merchant they need, when they need it. While moving, consumers spend thousands of dollars on move-related goods and services. After the move, all spending habits change for consumers. National and Local merchants know that movers are a great source of immediate business and an even better source of new customers. Merchants simply don’t know who is moving. MooveGuru can help.

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February 15, 2021
MooveGuru Acquires HomeKeepr
MooveGuru recently announced the acquisition of Lyndhurst, New Jersey-based HomeKeepr, a home professional referral platform, through a seven-figure stock-for-stock transaction. The transaction adds 430,000 home professionals, 230,000 real estate agents and their clients to MooveGuru concierge platforms.
February 5, 2021
Leverage Your Closest Relationships as Moving Season Begins
February is the month of Valentine’s Day, and sometimes—like in 2020—has a 29th day. But February is also the beginning of moving season. Families and individuals around the country are now beginning to think about upgrading, downgrading or buying their first home. We all focus on the next new deal and certainly look to our friends and neighbors for business. Sometimes we get started after a long winter and holiday season, just as our potential clients are beginning to clean up their home to sell or search for new homes online.
January 15, 2021
Be Selective When Choosing Your Moving Concierge Partner
While the fun of home-buying typically comes from discovering and falling in love with your new home, there may not be much fun at all in home-selling unless it is simply the first leg of home-buying. Transaction management solutions have evolved to make the closing process easier, but the biggest hang-up for consumers remains the classically painful process of moving.
December 22, 2020
Consumer Marketplaces: Who Should Control Them?
In the last few months, multiple technology companies launched a marketplace inside their transaction management solutions that sells products directly to agents and their clients. I am conflicted: Should technology companies enter a space in which real estate brands would want control of that experience? One of the companies claims in a press release that the marketplace sells directly to 1.3 million agents through their transaction forms products. Products in the marketplace at launch include escrow, agent websites, moving services, among others. The tech company indicates that they will continue to expand the marketplace to include home insurance, mortgage and title.
December 15, 2020
Moving Concierge Service Is a Profoundly Strong Customer Retention Tool
Real estate agents and brokers frequently misdirect their focus when it comes to driving growth in their business. Somewhere along the line, firms and agents became obsessed with online lead generation and forgot about the old-school, customer-for-life programs that keep them connected with past clients for repeat and referral business.
December 8, 2020
Full-Service Real Estate: A Move in the Right Direction
As an industry, we’ve been very focused on improving the home search and closing processes. Over the last two decades, we’ve eased many challenges that buyers and sellers face during the home purchase or home sale process.
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