To Our Customers and Agent Partners: Housing Market Update and Outlook

As the state of the US housing market continues to dominate daily news cycles, Divvy has been actively working with economists and financial experts to refine our strategy for buying homes in a way that will best position our customers for long-term success.   Here, we share our insights on the housing market, how we plan… Continue reading To Our Customers and Agent Partners: Housing Market Update and Outlook

Rent-to-Own Is Gaining Traction: Here is what you need to know

Earlier this month, TechEquity Collaborative published Rent-to-Own the American Dream: The Promises and Perils of Alternative Home Financing. This is one of the first comprehensive reports we’ve seen on rent-to-own, and it shares an important perspective on how the industry needs to evolve. The report highlights the core problem Divvy is solving: Homeownership has become… Continue reading Rent-to-Own Is Gaining Traction: Here is what you need to know

A Letter to Our Customers, Partners & Future Homeowners

I wanted to address a recent article that was written about Divvy Homes. The article is a disappointment — not only because it fails to do justice to the important work we do but also because it focuses only on what can go wrong.   Divvy is successful when our customers are successful.1 This is the… Continue reading A Letter to Our Customers, Partners & Future Homeowners

In 2022, Divvy Homes Welcomes Strong Growth and Fresh Leadership to its Ranks

Divvy Homes, a market leader in the proptech industry, is thrilled to announce key additions to its leadership team. In addition to new hires and promotions in January, the company added Ankit Tanwar as the Vice President of Risk & Risk Operations and Shelby Washington as the Vice President and General Manager of Growth Business… Continue reading In 2022, Divvy Homes Welcomes Strong Growth and Fresh Leadership to its Ranks

Higher Interest Rates Make Rent-to-own Right, Right Now

Rising interest rates are putting more and more aspiring homeowners between a rock and a hard place. When you can’t afford a mortgage for your dream home, you can compromise on a lesser house (if it even exists in your area). Or keep renting, forgo equity, and cross your fingers that things will change.  Or… Continue reading Higher Interest Rates Make Rent-to-own Right, Right Now