Toor is a real estate app that works with a smart lockbox. Traditionally, a lockbox is left on the door of a home on the market, with a key inside. Realtors have access to the code that allows them to open the house for interested buyers. With Toor, buyers can schedule home showings too, without a realtor. The app provides online, on-demand scheduling of home showings, and it provides data regarding who’s been in the home, when and for how long. It can also be used for AirBnB guests, pet sitters, and others that need access to your home. Toor inventor, real estate veteran Junior Desinor is pitching Toor on Shark Tank which provokes an argument between tech savvy billionaires Chris Sacca and Mark Cuban.
[LEFT: The Realtor Key Lock Box like this $18 model at Amazon is what Toor hopes to replace]
Toor isn’t available yet but customers can preorder now. (There’s a Shark Tank special for $99.) Available in green, blue, white, red and black, the Toor Original Lockbox sells for $149, and the Toor Pro $199 (everything in the original but can also remotely open and close lockbox via your phone). Monitoring your Toor (seeing the guest list and getting open/close lockbox notifications) is free. But there is a $50 fee for “Pro Monitoring” — for those who want to receive showing requests, view user profiles, and approve, decline and reschedule appointments. Shark Tank airs Fridays at 9pm on ABC.