Date: Monday, May 13, 2019

San Diego, CA, May 13, 2019 – Last week National HouseCheck Corporation Chairman and CEO, Dennis Conforto, addressed many of the nation’s top real estate executives at the annual T3 Summit. Conforto’s appearance marked the first time that HouseCheck, a start-up company establishing a national consumer brand in the home inspection industry, has participated in the prestigious, invitation-only T3 Summit.

Speaking on the topic of “Hyper-Convergence of the Real Estate Transaction,” Conforto guided the audience of real estate executives from across the country through a “blue sky” exercise, re-imagining how home inspections would be structured if they were to benefit everyone involved – home buyers, home sellers, and the real estate agents who represent them.

From transaction speed through improved certainty to reduced liability, Conforto outlined the improvements and forward-thinking that HouseCheck is bringing to the real estate marketplace, disrupting the home inspection industry to deliver processes and products to make transactions less contentious and more beneficial to all parties.

Conforto highlighted a number of innovations that HouseCheck is bringing to the home inspection industry. These include improvements in how home inspections are conducted, regular home maintenance inspections, environmental testing services, an industry-resetting home warranty program, home energy monitoring technologies, and a HouseFax report that delivers volumes of information about the home to homeowners and home buyers. Conforto also touted HouseCheck’s Certified Pre-Owned Home designation as the hallmark of quality and dependability for home buyers seeking a previously-owned home.

Looking toward the future of the industry, Conforto emphasized the importance of technological advances that will accelerate transactions as well as homes that offer energy efficiency and a healthful environment.

Conforto concluded his remarks with an introduction of the HouseCheck Foundation, an independent 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to serving victims of domestic abuse and violence. The HouseCheck Foundation, he noted, serves as the guiding light for the entire HouseCheck organization – a vital touchstone that constantly reminds the company that the whole reason for everything they do is to serve others.

Mr. Conforto’s remarks at the T3 Summit may be viewed in full on the HouseCheck Facebook page at

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National HouseCheck Corporation is transforming the real estate industry for home sellers, buyers and Real Estate professionals. HouseCheck is your Real Estate service, technology and data source for unmatched transparency and the most comprehensive, detailed look at the history of a home. Through its expanding family of services – HouseCheck Home Inspection, HouseFax, HouseTrack, HouseCheck Home Warranty, and more – HouseCheck delivers total protection and peace of mind for all involved in real estate transactions. Learn more about how HouseCheck is changing the way homes are bought and sold for the better at or by calling 844-94-CHECK (24325).

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Jordan Scott, Communications Coordinator
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