The safety app for real estate professionals ...
Building trust in the real estate community
Verify Photo ID is the only safety app that sends distress messages with the prospects verified name and address plus their DMV photo!
Never meet at the property, always verify a strange prospects photo ID in advance.
The travel industry is a good example. To get on an airplane, rent a car or check into an hotel. All require to see your drivers license or passport.
... in the apartment rental business. In order to tour an apartment complex, the representative will request your photo ID.
... a very similar system to our screening process, to verify the identity of both landlords and tenants.
... directly at the property under any circumstances. Always meet at your office first, or at a neutral location such as a local Starbucks.
As a preventative measure, verifying the identity of strange prospects in advance is just makes plain common sense.
Our industry deserves a National standard, similar to others that are already accepted by consumers. Let's make it so ...
Peter, originally from the UK is a third generation real estate agent, a Realtor for over 18 years.
Verify Photo ID was conceived and built to address the security issues that affect real estate agents in their day to day work, screening strangers before meeting with an agent.
Robert & Peter have worked together for the past 12 years, originally on Peter's custom real estate search site.
Robert is the brains behind the data and programming needed to power the app, with built in data security of paramount importance.
All data and images used in the application are transmitted in encrypted form, using state of the art technology and secure systems.
... already use our app, including agents in these fine companies:
No contracts. Cancel at any time.
Verify Photo ID was honoured to be recognised and selected as a finalist in the August 2015 Inman Awards in the innovative technology company category. Recognized as the Best Safety App (tied), September 2015 in Chicago Agent Magazine.