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  • Fresh off expanding into mortgages, Reali raises millions to continue growing

    Real estate startup recently acquired online mortgage lender Lenda
    Just a few weeks ago, Reali, a flat-fee real estate startup that operates in California, expanded into mortgage lending when it bought Lenda, an online mortgage lender that launched in 2013 and currently operates in 12 states. And it appears the company has no plans of slowing down, as this week, Reali announced that it raised $9 million to continue expanding.
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  • Real estate startup Reali acquires online lender Lenda, expands into mortgages

    Launches Reali Loans
    Reali, a flat-fee real estate startup that operates in California, is following the path laid out by other tech-focused real estate companies like Zillow, Redfin, and Opendoor and getting into the mortgage business. Reali announced Wednesday that it acquired Lenda, an online mortgage lender that launched in 2013 and currently operates in 12 states.
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  • Real estate startup Reali will help buy or sell your California home for only $950

    Rolls out flat fee for homes priced under $250,000
    Reali, a tech-focused real estate startup that charges flat fees for both homebuyers and sellers, is now offering one of the nation’s smallest transaction fees in one of the nation’s most expensive real estate markets. Reali announced this week that it is rolling out a new program that will help certain California buyers and sellers buy or sell their home for only $950.
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  • Low commission, tech-focused real estate company Reali closes $5 million funding round

    Plans expansion into entire San Francisco area
    Reali, a real estate company that offers lower commissions and a tech-focused experience for home buyers and sellers, announce that it plans to expand its operations throughout San Francisco after it closed on a $5 million round of funding. In addition to expanding in the San Francisco area, the company said that it will use the money to fund technological advancements, brand marketing, and market expansion.
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