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Quick, cost-effective and accurate residential property valuations for the European mortgage lender market.

Objective

Residential valuations are slow (0.5-2 hours), costly (€100-200) and inaccurate (8-12 % MdAPE). Therefore, residential mortgage lenders resort to small samples or simplified indexing methods.

Geowox COMP is a web application that uses open data and satellite image recognition technology to provide real-time residential valuations for European and Northern American residential mortgage lenders (retail banks). Valuations provided by Geowox COMP are 1000x times quicker (milliseconds), 10x cheaper (€10), and 2x more accurate (4-6% MdAPE) than current manual valuations.

The combined European and Northern American residential valuation market is worth €12b (TAM), including both manual valuations (€10b) and tech solutions (€2b). We are targeting regions with a tech-solution addressable market of €1.2b (SAM). We forecasts a year-5 revenue of €83m (SOM).

Geowox COMP is a software as a service for residential mortgage lenders. Residential valuations are sold in recurring annual contracts at varying package sizes. Commercialisation will start in the UK & Ireland, followed by Northern Europe, Southern Europe, and North America. Cumulative gross profit of €28.3m by the 3rd year of commercialisation. This will be a return of investment of 14x.

We are a startup company focused on developing algorithmic and image processing methods for valuing property. We have been developing Geowox COMP in house since 2017. Within our team we have experience in start up management, product development, and software sales. We have already established strong relationships with Bank of Ireland, Ulster Bank, KBC Bank, CBRE and the Irish Housing Agency, for testing and providing early stage feedback of Geowox COMP.

Call for proposal

H2020-SMEInst-2018-2020-1
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Coordinator

GEOWOX LIMITED
Address
31 Westland Square
D02AW71 Dublin 2
Ireland
Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
EU contribution
€ 50 000