Nuvo Adds a Chatbot for Comparing Mortgage Loans

Nuvo Adds a Chatbot for Comparing Mortgage Loans

The British start-up Nuvo focuses on comparing mortgages and home insurances. Their approach to dealing with these products, as a free digital broker, is being modernised through the addition of a chatbot: another way to further diversify technological options applied to the real estate market.

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