Items Tagged with 'Real estate technology solutions'

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  • Goldman Sachs invests in construction finance tech startup Rabbet

    Wall Street giant takes part in $8 million Series A funding
    Rabbet, a construction finance technology startup based in Austin, Texas, just raised $8 million in its Series A funding round, but that’s not the big story. The big story is one of the companies that participated in the funding round. Included among Rabbet’s new backers is Goldman Sachs, the Wall Street giant.
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  • Real estate software provider HomeSpotter acquires Spacio

    Open house lead generation system added to HomeSpotter’s offerings
    HomeSpotter, a company that provides software for real estate agents, is growing its offerings by acquiring Spacio, an open house lead generation system, the companies announced recently. Spacio is a mobile-first platform that helps real estate agents digitally capture open house visitors’ contact information and automates follow-up, helping agents turn more of those visitors into customers
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  • Top multifamily operators band together, plan massive investment in real estate tech

    Launch venture capital fund with $108 million in the bank
    Five major multifamily real estate investment trusts, Aimco, Boardwalk, Essex Property Trust, MAA, and UDR, are partnering with private owners Starwood Capital Group, Cortland, and GID to invest more than $100 million in a venture capital fund, which will be used to invest in “disruptive real estate technology companies” in the multifamily industry.
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  • Cherre raises $9 million to help investors buy real estate using AI

    Real estate data platform closes seed funding round
    Cherre, a nascent real estate data platform that uses AI to help investors identify real estate acquisition targets, just raised $9 million in seed funding to grow its business. Companies using Cherre’s platform gain access to information like property history, demographics and market comparisons, which can be used to improve their decision-making process.
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  • News Corp’s Move acquiring Texas real estate startup Opcity for $210 million

    Company matches homebuyers and sellers with real estate agents
    Move, which is owned by media giant News Corp and operates Realtor.com for the National Association of Realtors, is about to grow its real estate empire by acquiring a Texas-based real estate technology startup that claims its technology can match qualified homebuyers and sellers with real estate agents in real-time. News Corp announced late Wednesday that Move is acquiring Opcity, which was founded in 2015, for $210 million.
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  • RealPage continues growth, plans $100M acquisition of LeaseLabs

    Latest deal pushes total outlay for acquisitions since 2017 to more than $1B
    RealPage, a provider of software and data analytics to the real estate industry, has been on quite the run of acquisitions in the last 18 months or so, acquiring five different companies as it seeks to grow its empire. And the company’s not done yet. RealPage announced late Thursday that it is planning to acquire LeaseLabs in a $100+ million deal.
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  • Texas-based OJO Labs raises $20.5 million to bring AI to real estate

    Realogy backs second tech company this week
    A group of real estate, financial services, and home services companies are joining together to help bring artificial intelligence to real estate and beyond. Austin, Texas-based OJO Labs announced on Friday that it raised $20.5 million in its Series B funding round. Taking part were Realogy, Royal Bank of Canada, Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures and ServiceMaster.
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  • Placester names Omar Hussain president and CEO

    Co-founder and CEO Matt Barba to become chief technology officer
    Placester, a Boston-based real estate marketing platform, has a new CEO. Up until this point, the company has been led by its co-founder, Matt Barba, who previously served as CEO. But now, the company is naming a new president and CEO to help the company grow in its next phase.
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