When on the hunt for an apartment or a house, your first stops are usually with a realtor and a bank. They decide the price of your dream home and whether you are allowed to borrow the money in order to sign your name on a purchasing contract. There is no objective truth in pricing real estate; you might be willing to pay a price for a house that would be out of the question for a different buyer. So, for an assessor to value a property and for the bank to evaluate your borrowing options, they need some vital information about the housing market. This is where RealView comes to the rescue. “We have the most exhaustive database of the highest quality on the market,” says Anders Ertbøll, CEO of RealView A/S.