REalyse is a technology company that helps real estate professionals stay ahead of the market. We provide property companies with smart technology, real estate expertise, and independently sourced data – prices, rents, yields, demographics, market activity, economics, debt and all things in between.
REalyse combines an ETL data process, with a data visualisation interface. Each could be a standalone product at any other business and this makes the engineering work all the more interesting.
The regular aggregation and calculation of billions of datapoints, whilst adding new datasets, creating new methods of geo-referencing and developing our own GPU based processing stack (as Mongo couldn't handle it) is what keeps the back end team busy!
On the front-end there is also a lot of work to be done, as the data being presented is almost entirely new for the real estate industry, and a lot of thought has to go into user flows and ease of use. We almost constantly iterate and adjust based on user feedback and requests.
In case you needed more reasons to work with us at REalyse, here are a few we thought you’d enjoy:
1. Be a part of the foundational team that will shape the company’s culture and business.
2. Have flexible work hours so you can spend more time with family and friends.
3. Feel free to work remotely (we recommend a tropical island...) whenever you need.
4. Receive continuous personal and professional development so you never feel like you’re stagnant in your role.
5. Work on a product that is completely changing the way the property industry will make investment decisions.
6. Spend your days with a team that is open, honest, and encouraging.
7. Contribute to a company that is trying to do good by helping the surrounding communities.
8. Focus with us on results, not hours in the office.
9. Maintain complete transparency. Everyone in the company will know the company and employee goals and projects, so you don’t feel like you’re in the dark.
10, Be yourself. We’ve all worked in places where you had to take on a certain identity to fit in. It usually isn’t fun, and it often stifles creativity. We’re not doing that. As Kurt Cobain said, ‘Come, as you are.’