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.
These are the most important German proptechs
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.
A Properly fit: HGTV’s Property Brothers partner with real estate brokerage to ease home buying, selling process
Drew and Jonathan Scot are on a mission to lighten the real estate load.
“In the End It Worked”: Anshul Ruparell Has a Better Way to Sell Real Estate
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.
Properly secures US $35M Series B led by Bain Capital Ventures
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 closes on $80M for residential real estate marketplace
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.
Real estate platform Casafari raises $15M to allow PE to buy single-family homes at scale
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
Compass raises $450M in its IPO, with its stock closing the day up 12%
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 snags $36M to build out its distressed property marketplace
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.
TORONTO-BASED PROPTECH PROPERLY RAISES $22 MILLION SERIES A
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.