Houston Tech Co. Launches Expedia For Funeral Homes

One-stop-shopping funeral website.

August 28, 2017
Advertisement

Similar to the way travel websites such as Expedia and Travelocity have allowed travelers to create trips that are economical and custom-made, Funeral Home Finders lessens the difficulty of losing a loved one by making funeral planning easy, personal, and affordable while also providing a local specialist who can assist with the research process. This service will always be free.

Funeral Home Finders (https://funeralhomefinders.com) is a dynamic new resource founded by two Houstonians, Tommy Kherkher and Kenneth Akiri. It is the only website of its kind in the funeral industry and will revolutionize the way families plan for the death of their loved ones.

When a family experiences a death, the process of planning a funeral adds to an already emotionally taxing situation. Funeral Home Finders will ease that burden. Similar to the way travel websites such as Expedia and Travelocity have allowed travelers to create trips that are economical and custom-made, Funeral Home Finders lessens the difficulty of losing a loved one by making funeral planning easy, personal, and affordable while also providing a local specialist who can assist with the research process. This service will always be free.

This one-stop-shopping website has several benefits:

Advertisement
  • People will save money since they will be able to search for funeral homes by price. The average cost of cremation or a traditional funeral is $6,500 – this hefty sum may be reduced since there will be more choices.
  • It’s an innovative way to facilitate funeral planning since users will be guided every step of the way by an expert from Funeral Home Finders.
  • Families will make choices based on their research rather relying on old habits in family funeral planning such as using a home in their neighborhood or one the family has always used.
  • The best information on funeral homes is gathered together under one umbrella.
  • Funeral planning will be easier, providing comfort for families. This will also encourage people to make decisions ahead of time so that their loved ones don’t have to guess.

It will be interesting to see how this site plays out and what the relationship between Funeral Home Finder and the funeral homes will be. If you remember back last month on FUNERAL Nation Jeff and Ryan, interview the CEO of a similar company, Funeralocity which launched earlier this year in the Atlanta market.

Advertisement

You may be interested

Bizarre Burial Pod Coffins That Grow More Trees.. Not Cut Them Down
Cremation
427 views
Cremation
427 views

Bizarre Burial Pod Coffins That Grow More Trees.. Not Cut Them Down

Madison Ashby - August 16, 2018

Capsula Mundi is an Italian organization with a mission of mastering green burial. This company wants to reinvent the way…

NFDA Announces Officer Election Results
Funeral Industry News
102 views
Funeral Industry News
102 views

NFDA Announces Officer Election Results

CDFuneralNews - August 16, 2018

Brookfield, Wis. – The National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) is pleased to announce that qualified association members have elected the…

Funeral Service Foundation Now Accepting Select Foundation ’45 Award Applications and Submissions
Funeral Industry News
41 views
Funeral Industry News
41 views

Funeral Service Foundation Now Accepting Select Foundation ’45 Award Applications and Submissions

CDFuneralNews - August 16, 2018

Brookfield, Wis. – The Funeral Service Foundation is now accepting online applications and submissions for select Foundation ’45 Awards, which…

Comments