The first time Kehan Zhou shopped for rural land on a third-party Multiple Listing Service site was a real eye-opener.
It turns out cheap land is abundant, and that’s a problem.
“You can’t filter down; it’s just so overwhelming,” said Zhou, a Wall Street trader-turned-tech entrepreneur who knew he could do better.
Zhou is the co-founder of Terrascope, described as the first artificial intelligence-based real estate agent to find and browse rural properties online. It comes on the heels of a booming pandemic-fueled housing market. Last year saw a 3% increase in land sales, according to…