Real estate is facing a climate crisis, but there might be a way through
It's not an easy problem to solve, but there might be huge potential here.
Burn baby burn. Real estate-focused fintech startups feel the heat
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TechCrunch+ roundup: Shame-free down rounds, checkout flow tune-up, SaaS tsunami
Seriously: If you're not working to calibrate every system you have, you're just leaving money on the table.
Taking on Bilt, Stake aims to expand its cash-back rewards program for renters
Aiming to compete with Bilt in the nascent property renter rewards market, Stake, a startup that provides cash back and banking services to renters, today announced that it raised $12 million in a Ser
Extra Crunch roundup: Clubhouse UX teardown, YC Demo Day favorites, proptech VC survey, more
Our reporting team watched more than 300 pitches over 8 hours at YC Demo Day and made a list of their favorite startups.
Avenue 8 raises $4M to rebuild the traditional real estate brokerage model
We’ve seen a big wave of proptech startups emerge to reimagine how houses are bought and sold, with some tapping into the opportunity with distressed property, and others exploring the “iB
Hover secures $60M for 3D imaging to assess and fix properties
The U.S. property market has proven to be more resilient than you might have assumed it would be in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, and today a startup that’s built a computer vision tool t
Singapore tech-based real estate agency Propseller raises $1.2 million seed round
Propseller, a Singapore-based real estate agency that combines a tech platform with in-house agents to close transactions more quickly, announced today it has raised $1.2 million in seed funding. The
Snapdocs raises $60M to manage the mortgage process in the cloud
The U.S. economy may be in a precarious state right now, with a presidential election looming on the horizon and the country still in the grips of the coronavirus pandemic. But partly thanks to lower
9 proptech investors talk co-living, home offices and other pandemic trends
The real estate industry — like so many other sectors — was forced to adapt this year. Now, investors are ready to pour capital into the startups they believe are best-positioned in this new era,
PropertyGuru lands $220M from KKR and TPG to conquer Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia’s leading property listing company PropertyGuru is making great strides across the region as it secures a fresh investment of SG$300 million ($220 million), it announced this week
Property tech startup Habi raises $10M to drive expansion in Latin America
When Brynne McNulty Rojas moved to Bogotá, Colombia four years ago, she encountered a fragmented real estate industry that lacked a central database for consumers to find or compare homes. Rojas was
No pen required: The digital future of real estate closings
Every other expense in my life has gone digital, but the most significant purchase I’ve ever made required hundreds of signatures and several handwritten checks delivered in person.
Mashroom raises £4M for its ‘end-to-end’ lettings and property management service
Mashroom, the London proptech that offers an “end-to-end” lettings and property management service, has raised £4 million in new funding. Backing comes from existing unnamed private inves
Goodlord, the proptech startup that offers a SaaS for rentals, has raised £10M in Series B funding
Goodlord, the London proptech startup that offers cloud-based software to help estate agents, landlords and tenants manage the rental process, appears to have achieved somewhat of a turnaround after i