Navitas Capital lands $60M to invest in real estate tech startups



California-based venture capital firm Navitas Capital, which is focused on funding real estate-related technology startups, has just landed $60 million from investors including Divco West Real Estate Services, commercial real estate service firm JLL, and French construction material company Saint-Gobain. Navitas Capital probably isn’t a name most people have heard of, as it’s yet to […]

NAR’s REach program named as one of America’s top startup accelerators



The National Association of Realtors has something to celebrate after its strategic technology investment organization REach was named as one of the top 30 startup accelerators in the U.S.

New York City launches program for tech startups to improve public housing



Public housing in New York City is to serve as a new testing ground for a clutch of local real estate technology startups.

Moderne Ventures lands $33M to fund real estate tech startups



A Chicago-based venture capital firm that specializes in funding real estate tech startups has just closed on a new $33 million fund

Fifth Wall lays out plan to revolutionize real estate tech startups



Fifth Wall is a real estate tech accelerator with a plan of action.

NAR’s real estate tech accelerator announces this year’s intake



The National Association of Realtors has announced its chosen seven new technology startups for its 2017 REach tech accelerator program. The aim of the program is to provide promising real estate tech startups with guidance, mentorship and funding

Real estate tech accelerator MetaProp NYC launches new program



A startup accelerator called MetaProp NYC that focuses on real estate technology is now accepting applicants for its class of 2017.

Second Century Ventures now recruiting real estate tech startups



The National Association of Realtors’ strategic investment arm, Second Century Ventures, has said it’s accepting applications for its 2017 REach accelerator class

How startups are changing Oakland’s real estate sector



The start-up arena itself is very volatile and difficult to predict and this can be multiplied tenfold for the technology start-up industry. Interesting times ahead for the Oakland real estate sector.

Real estate tech startups rake in $1.4BN, but trouble lies ahead



Although investors are pouring millions of dollars into real estate technology startups, experts are worried that many of these companies might not stay around long enough to enjoy the money.

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