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.
Proptech startups provide innovative ideas in the real estate industry: whether with apps for landlords or brokers or with new sharing solutions for holiday homes.
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Anshul Ruparell quit the banking business to follow in his dad’s entrepreneurial footsteps. His start-up, Properly, is revolutionizing the art of the real estate transaction—and racking up millions in VC capital.
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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.
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.
Sundae — which has built a marketplace for homeowners to list and sell dated or damaged homes, or homes that they may need to shift faster for financial reasons; for property investors/developers seeking to buy, fix up and then sell or rent out those properties; and for itself potentially to buy in a property and do the same — is today announcing that it has raised a Series B of $36 million.
Properly, a Toronto-based proptech startup, has closed a $22 million Series A financing round, consisting of $12 million in equity and an initial $10 million debt facility.