Technology, devices, apps have emerged in many of our lives as a bridge between information we benefit from and our own behavior.
This is where a Boston-based collaborative organization called Framework’s Keep app kicks it up a notch in the “never again” department.
The stats are clear, says Framework CEO Danielle Samalin, “Homeowners who get education and advising are more likely to stay in their homes.”
Framework, the 2021 Ivory Prize for Innovation in Housing Affordability in the finance category, has designed a Fitbit- or GPS-navigation-style experience for users that both feeds information and resource access, and at the same time, encourages daily small-change self-guided behavior-modification with a single purpose: To help people enter into homeownership and do it in their daily lives successfully. Upwards of 1 million homebuyers have engaged with Framework’s education and training courses, and Keep is a free app launched in January 2020, aiming to amplify the Framework offering.
Read the full Builders Daily article on Framework’s effort to prevent another housing crisis.