Toronto-based VendorPM, a software-enabled marketplace connecting property managers and vendors, announced today that it has closed a $20 million Series A funding round led by Prudence, with participation from Bessemer Venture Partners, and other investors.
Already one of the best-funded property technology startups in Canada, Properly has raised another $36 million in venture capital financing.
Following a $44 million Series B round last year, the rapidly growing Toronto prop-tech startup says this latest round includes participation from Parker89, Bain Capital Ventures, Prudence, FJ Labs, Golden Ventures, Intact Ventures, Max Ventures, AlleyCorp, Interplay, Industry Ventures, and others.
To take aim at the property management and leasing needs of the growing cohort of small, remote-operated multifamily and single-family rental owners, Hemlane has raised a $9 million Series A round, it announced Tuesday.
German proptech startup Evernest closes €13M Series A round to build its technology platform and expand
Evernest, a German proptech company, has closed a €13M Series A financing round. According to the proptech startup, it has developed a technology platform for real estate agents to make the entire process of residential real estate transactions more efficient.
Startup says it will facilitate about $70 billion in mortgage origination volume in 2021.
CPE News (7/21/2021) – Properly has raised US $35 million in Series B funding led Bain Capital Ventures with participation of strategic investors Intact Ventures, FCT, a national service provider in real estate technology and title insurance, a group of private investors.
Sundae, a residential real estate marketplace that pairs sellers of dated or damaged property with potential buyers, has raised $80 million in a Series C funding round co-led by Fifth Wall and General Global Capital.
Morty, an online mortgage marketplace, announced today they have closed a $25 million Series B financing round with the entirety of the funding in the form of equity.
Casafari, a real estate data platform in Europe based out of Lisbon, Portugal, has raised a $15 million Series A funding round led by Prudence Holdings in New York
The technology-powered real estate brokerage Compass launched its initial public offering Thursday closing its first day of trading at $20.15 per share, around 12% higher than its IPO price.