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  • Real estate startups have raised $1.9 billion in 2019

    Proptech investment is on track to surpass 2018’s $4.99 billion
    Real estate startups, sometimes called proptech for property tech, have raised $1.9 billion from investors this year, an average of about $475 million a month, according to startup tracker Crunchbase. That's up when compared with last year’s $4.99 billion, an average of about $417 million a month.
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  • Can iBuyer platforms co-exist with Zillow?

    Execs from Opendoor, Offerpad and Knock weigh in at San Francisco's Lendit Fintech Conference
    Home trade-in platforms like Knock, Opendoor and Offerpad are seeking to bring a simpler home buying and selling process for homeowners. What does it mean for them now that Zillow is in their rearview mirrors and stepping on the gas?
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  • Florida cities see greatest percentage of price cuts as housing market cools

    Nationwide, 75% of listings predicted to sell below asking in Q2
    The housing market is tipping in favor of buyers, with a significant percentage of homes on the market selling for less than their original listing price. This is according to real estate startup Knock, which reveals which markets have the highest percentage of homes that will sell below asking in its second quarter Deals Forecast. Here’s where buyers can score the best deal.
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  • Knock raises $400 million, plans massive expansion of home trade-in program

    Direct buyer now operating in five markets
    Around this time last year, Knock, a real estate startup that buys homes directly from homeowners, unveiled an expansion plan that would see the company grow its business beyond its first market of Atlanta. Since then, the company has indeed expanded and is now operating in five markets, but the company has much bigger plans than that. And now, the company has the money to reach those goals.
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  • These real estate markets are projected to dominate in 2019

    Miami is predicted to rule all in home price deals
    In 2018, 62% of all homes sold in top U.S. metropolitan markets sold below their original list price, according to Knock. As the year comes to an end, the home equity company predicts 77% of current on-market listings will sell below original list prices in the first quarter of 2019.
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  • Real estate startup Knock launches home trade-in program, plans 10-state expansion

    Will buy homeowner’s house, and move them into new home
    Imagine selling your old house and buying a new one is just as easy as trading in your old car for a new one – that’s the world that Knock, a real estate startup, is trying to create. Knock, which operates currently in Atlanta with plans to expand, is launching a “home trade-in platform,” which the company claims will “revolutionize” the real estate process.
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