The residential real estate market is booming, and startups in the space are seeing billions in investment as many potential buyers look for new ways to purchase homes.
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The Series E round, which was led by Insight Partners, brings the company’s valuation to $1.35 billion.
Wirewatt provides loans to homeowners and small and medium businesses to finance solar, battery and other energy-efficiency improvement projects.
Mighty Buildings builds homes using 3D printing, robotics, and more sustainable materials.
Divvy currently operates in 16 cities across the United States, including Atlanta, Dallas, Phoenix, and Miami.
Doorvest wants to create a modern way for people to own high-yield rental homes completely online, according to CEO Andrew Luong.
Roostify allows different parties to bring in data and information from other online sources to streamline the homebuying process.
Amber Solutions, a startup looking to commercialize digital control of electricity, raised $8.5 million in a Series B round.
La Haus is building a real estate marketplace for Latin America to make the home buying and selling process easier.
Investors can buy and sell shares of commercial real estate assets without lockups through Lex’s platform, which is powered by Nasdaq.
The filing comes after residential real estate has seen prices rise as more people are working from home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.