DUBLIN, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- reAlpha Tech Corp. (“reAlpha”) (NASDAQ: AIRE), a real estate technology company focused on developing, utilizing and commercializing real estate-focused artificial intelligence to drive efficiency, sustainability and growth, today announced the commercial launch of GENA, formerly known as BnBGPT, a novel tool that enhances residential property listings in multiple online real estate marketplaces through the integration of personalized generative AI descriptions.
In an increasingly competitive residential real estate market, property owners, agents and managers are seeking innovative technology solutions to support their businesses and drive positive outcomes. As an owner of, and investor in, residential real estate, reAlpha understands the complexities involved in marketing properties efficiently and effectively, including the time it takes to develop property listing descriptions for platforms such as Airbnb. To that end, reAlpha developed GENA, which leverages reAlpha’s industry knowledge and generative AI technology to enhance or create property descriptions.
“Introducing GENA advances our long-term strategy to deliver transformative real estate AI solutions that have the potential to redefine the broader real estate landscape,” said Giri Devanur, CEO of reAlpha. “With GENA, we were able to synergize our existing proprietary AI model with the latest advancements in large language models to create a groundbreaking product that meets the need of a large and growing market. In addition to our organic growth initiatives, we are also evaluating potential strategic acquisitions to enhance our capabilities.”
GENA is capable of crafting descriptions that accurately reflect the unique characteristics of each property, allowing residential real estate owners and investors to save time, achieve differentiation and facilitate entry into the market. GENA caters to a diverse spectrum of real estate needs, serving short-term rentals, long-term rentals and residential sales. Whether a property is included in marketplaces such as Airbnb, VRBO, Zillow, Realtor or MLS, GENA can tailor detailed descriptions for each platform, as applicable.
“Our AI has analyzed an incredible amount of data tied to property listings, giving us valuable insights into what works and what doesn’t,” said Jorge Aldecoa, COO of reAlpha. “By revolutionizing the property description creation process with AI, we are helping GENA’s end-users bolster their prospects for success by keeping pace with the evolving market and ensuring their listings captivate their desired audiences.”
To celebrate the commercial launch of GENA and its recent public listing, reAlpha’s executive team will ring the NASDAQ Stock Market Closing Bell this afternoon.
For more information on GENA, visit gena.realpha.com.
reAlpha Tech Corp. (NASDAQ: AIRE) is a real estate technology company with a mission to develop, utilize and commercialize real-estate focused artificial intelligence to drive efficiency, sustainability and growth. Founded with a focus on short-term rental properties, reAlpha’s strategy involves developing and buying technologies aimed at democratizing access to this asset class. In addition to providing individual investors with access to short-term rentals, reAlpha plans to make some of its technologies available for commercial use on a licensing fee basis, pay-per-use basis or other fee arrangements. For more information about reAlpha, visit www.realpha.com.
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