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.
Through Nesters, sellers take care of things like arranging viewings and answering buyer questions through the app, while agents chase leads and negotiate prices.
Real Estate Tube aims to help people better choices when it comes to their living situation by helping them a feel for their potential housemates through video.
BeforeYouBid reduces the price of property inspection reports through a shared-pricing and cashback model
BeforeYouBid reduces the cost of property inspection reports using a shared pricing model, whereby reports becomes cheaper based on the number of buyers.
REA Group, operator of property platform realestate.com.au, has announced it’s acquiring a 14.7% take in Indian platform PropTiger for US$50 million.
Sydney’s leading loan bidding platform LoanDolphin has reached a significant milestone and has announced it has exceeded $100 million in home loan auctions. The fintech startup has already seen customers save over $130,000 on a $500,000 home loan over 30 years.
News Corp has today announced the launch of a new global property network through a partnership between REA Group, operator of realestate.com.au, and Move, Inc, giving users easy access to listings from around the world.
FairFax Media’s Domain has acquired a 50 percent stake in Residential Connections, a company owned by utility comparison platform Compare and Connect. The acquisition provides a new opportunity for online property service Domain, which is no longer just a real estate listings business.
Sydney startup followit has announced a $2 million capital raise following on from its nation-wide launch. The social media platform for real estate is now valued at $20 million and is on track to change the way people search and find real estate listings in Australia.
New online real estate platform Revalu8 launches as a member-only site to connect buyers and sellers of residential property. With comparative tools for people to analyse, compare and purchase property online, ReValu8 offers a transparent negotiation of property to help buyers find a better investment.
Sydney app iCommercial is setting itself up to make waves on the international scale by enabling agents to run their day-to-day business via their smartphones from anywhere in the world.
Melbourne real estate agent review platform RateMyAgent has secured $5 million in funding at a $20 million valuation, which will be used to consolidate the startup’s position in the market and expand internationally.