Victorian startup Landchecker, which helps prospective buyers access detailed data around a property’s zoning and related information, has raised $1.85 million in funding, with new strategic partner RACV the largest backer in the round.
Property platform YouWish believes there are homeowners who, while they don’t necessarily want to sell, could be drawn into selling for the right price.
With Reinventure having announced its investment in November, the closing of the Series A brings the total raised by the startup to date to $12.5 million.
Real estate startup Soho has raised $1.65 million from BridgeLane Group as it looks to compete against the major players in the property listings space.
Looking to shift the status quo of the traditional property buying and selling process to benefit the customer is Ballarat startup NextAddress, founded by Julie O’Donohue.
Melbourne startup ActivePipe has raised a $5.9m Series A led by NAB Ventures, with participation from PieLab Venture Partners and strategic individuals.
:Different looks to make it easier – and cheaper – for owners to manage residential property through a fixed fee service.
Westpac-backed venture capital firm Reinventure has backed property investment platform BrickX, as part of the startup’s yet-to-close Series A round.
Snug looks to shift the state of play in the rental space more in favour of renters, with its BondCover product taking aim at the rental bond system.
In this episode Mathew sits down with Chief People Officer at Lendlease Michael Vavakis who talks about the importance of innovation at the company.
Sydney startup Hometime, a property management service for the likes of Airbnb and other players in the short-term rental space, has raised $1.5 million in a seed round led by Asia Principal Capital (APC).
The latest startup to launch in a bid to shift the traditional real estate agent model, Sello offers clients a fixed-fee service to sell their property.
Domain Group has announced the launch of an open API, which will allow property developers and startups to tap into the company’s expansive property data.
Cofounded in Queensland by Ewen Malcolm and Grant Shankster, the MiSale platform allows sellers to be their own real estate agent.
While some Australians may be slugging it out at inner-city auctions, willing to pay $1 million for a one bedroom apartment, a growing number are heading further out to start fresh, picking up parcels of land on which to build their own dream home. However, a piece of land isn’t exactly a clean slate – […]