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12/05/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

The National Association of REALTORS® invested in a startup that uses artificial intelligence to offer identity verification to real estate professionals.

Trust Stamp provides real estate-specific websites and apps exclusively to NAR members. A NRDS number is required to sign up, and once a profile is created, members can use the service to invite prospective clients to provide personal information that can be used to help verify their identity. Trust Stamp uses driver’s license analysis, social media data, and public records to create a trustworthiness score.

Members are alerted when Trust Stamp’s analysis is complete and can use the trustworthiness score to make decisions that maintain their safety and protect their clients. Trust Stamp changes a per-use fee for the service that may be discounted through association, MLS, or broker affiliations.

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