Pacaso Announces the Launch of New App for Curated Selection of Second Hope Shopping

Pacaso modernizes the decades-old practice of co-ownership by creating a marketplace that makes buying, owning, and selling a second home easy.

FREMONT, CA: Pacaso, the company democratizing second home ownership, announced the launch of a new Pacaso app that features a highly curated selection of stunning second homes in top destinations across the U.S. The app, which is available for free download on iOS and Android -powered smartphones and tablets, is an app designed exclusively for aspiring second home buyers. Users can browse a coveted selection of luxurious second homes available for co-ownership, share their favorite listings with family and friends, and receive push notifications when new homes are listed.

With the new Pacaso app, a highly curated selection of luxury homes come to life at the tap of a finger through an immersive shopping experience designed to enhance mobile browsing. Previously the Pacaso app was only available to current Pacaso owners who used Pacaso's SmartStay technology to schedule and manage their Pacaso. Owners can now toggle between the owner experience and the shopping experience within one universal app, allowing them to manage their home stays and browse new listings.

"Many people dream about second home ownership," said Pacaso CEO and Co-founder Austin Allison. "Now, with our app, there's a more fun and efficient way to see what's out there. Whether you are seriously shopping for a home or just browsing for your own enjoyment, there's never a shortage of stunning homes in desirable locations."

The new app from Pacaso features an intuitive user interface that provides instant access to curated second homes in the most desirable locations across the U.S. Users will be able to:

Receive updates when Pacaso enters a new market or lists a new home in an existing market.

Read a breakdown of each home's share price and operating expenses.

Easily share listings with friends and family just by clicking the share button.

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