Coworking community The Commons has secured a strategic investment from Melbourne-based property development group Riverlee that will help it scale its operations from three locations to 15 over the next three years.
On this episode, we chat about the business of real estate listings, talking with REA Group’s chief inventor Nigel Dalton.
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.
:Different looks to make it easier – and cheaper – for owners to manage residential property through a fixed fee service.
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.
Working to deliver VR to the advertising industry is Melbourne startup FGMNT, a VR and augmented reality (AR) development company
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.
LandChecker helps potential buyers to quickly find out what zone a property is in and whether the space holds any type of restriction.
KPMG Australia’s High Growth Ventures practice has partnered with Taronga Ventures to develop opportunities for Taronga’s RealTech Venture Fund.
At its core, Brixn wants to help those starting on the long, often lonely road to homeownership feel supported and believe it’s achievable.
As competition in the property market continues to grow, startups Gavl and FinalCall are looking to help buyers track and participate in auctions remotely.