Canadian real estate disruptor picks Arizona as first U.S. market

Screen Shot 2016-06-25 at 9.11.01 AMBy Eric Jay Toll | Phoenix Business Journal

A Canadian startup that has been disrupting real estate transactions north of the border has picked Arizona as the site for its first foray into the U.S.

FeeDuck, which has created a platform where real estate agents bid for home sellers’ listings, will launch in Arizona this summer.

Originally, according to sources, FeeDuck was exploring Los Angeles or New York to enter the U.S. market, but when said co-founder Sharn Kandola connected with a staff member of Gov. Doug Ducey’s staff during an entrepreneur summit in San Francisco, she became intrigued by Arizona’s openness to disruptive businesses.


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