7: Johnny Hanna on Disrupting the Real Estate Industry

Technology is changing our world right before our eyes. It’s the result of highly creative people constantly innovating to discover better ways to get things done. When that new and better way creates a new market and starts replacing established competitors, it’s called disruptive innovation. Johnny Hanna is the founder of Homie and he’s revolutionizing the way people buy and sell their homes.

On this episode of Society and the State, he gives us the scoop on how Homie is disrupting the real estate industry, for the better.

About the Guest

Johnny Hanna is the CEO of Homie. Homie is a venture-backed Utah startup that is automating the entire process of buying and selling a home, saving users an average of $10,000 per transaction. Prior to Homie, Johnny was president and co-founder of Entrata, where he helped grow the company to over $100 million in annual revenue. Johnny and his wife, Paige, live in Orem with their six children.

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