32 real estate tech startups funded in 2022

December 11, 2022

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The real estate software market is growing at an astounding rate. 8.2% CAGR to be exact in the US. And this trend will only accelerate in the coming years. 

More specifically, the market is expected to grow 9.7% per year from 2021 to 2028.

All of this is happening at scale. In 2020, the global real estate software market size was valued at $9.34 billion.

From a business standpoint, the potential for real estate tech companies and startups is huge.

We have collected 32 real estate startups that raised venture capital funding in 2022 to keep an eye on.

1. Ukio

Headquarters: Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

Founders: Jeremy Fourteau, Stanley Fourteau

Year founded: 2020

Latest funding: $17.5M (Series A)

Total funding: $39.5M

Investors: Kreos Capital, Heartcore Capital, Partech, Bynd Venture Capital, Breega

What they do: Ukio is a proptech company that operates a network of high quality design forward apartments available for monthly stays across Europe. Ukio provides an alternative to the traditional housing market by offering a network of design-forward, turnkey apartments for monthly stays.

2. Giraffe360

Headquarters: London, England, United Kingdom

Founders: Mikus Opelts

Year founded: 2016

Latest funding: $15.8M (Series A)

Total funding $28M

Investors: Founders Fund, Change Ventures, HCVC, LAUNCHub Ventures, Columbia Lake Partners

What they do: Giraffe360 is a robotic technology company that offers 360° photography and virtual tour camera for real estate agents. The company creates a product that would enable seamless property scans and elevate property purchases through a true-to-life online experience. 

3. Prophia

Headquarters: San Francisco, California, United States

Founders: Cameron Steele, Chris Hsu, Lisa Tran

Year founded: 2018

Latest funding: $10.2M (Series A)

Total funding $15.3M

Investors: Cercano Management, SignalFire, Spear Street Capital

What they do: Prophia is a data management and insights platform for the commercial real estate industry. The company's mission is to enable the commercial real estate industry to embrace the new physics of business, leveraging data to support velocity, elasticity, and digital fluency. As a trailblazing startup, Prophia is transforming the way the commercial estate industry aggregates, manages, and leverages unstructured private building data, to drive better asset and portfolio performance. 

4. Veev

Headquarters: San Mateo, California, United States

Founders: Ami Avrahami, Amit Haller, Dafna Ben Porat Akiva

Year founded: 2008

Latest funding: $400M (Series D)

Total funding $597M

Investors: Fifth Wall, Eclipse Ventures, Western Technology Investment, Bond, JLL Spark

What they do: Veev is a building technology company that reinvents the way homes are built and experienced. Veev's home operating system creates room-specific lighting, shade, and climate control and also offers protection against intrusion and cybercrime, thereby providing clients a one-stop solution to all their smart housing requirements. Key components of the Veev panelized building system include the use of light gauge steel (LGS) for framing; high performance acrylic (HPA) for surfaces and millwork; radiant climate control systems; and a digital home ecosystem. The company is focused currently on high-performance multifamily and accessory dwelling unit (ADU) products. The current development pipeline totals more than 230 units and 620,000 gross building square feet.

5. MyTraffic

Headquarters: Paris, Ile-de-France, France

Founders: Gautier Machelon, Hakim Saadaoui

Year founded: 2016

Latest funding: $30.2M (Series B)

Total funding $45.3M

Investors: Kernel, Alven, AXA Venture Partners, Pierre Kosciusko-Morizet, Kernel Investissements

What they do: MyTraffic is an owner of a big data platform designed to digitize the location selection process in order to modernize the commercial real estate industry. The company's SaaS platform provides real-time marketing analysis, the ability to geo-target trade areas, and the ability to audit real-time business locations. Its technology is built on big data analytics, which considers data on external traffic, competition, customer profiles, and the business environment, as well as relying on data from social networks, enabling businesses and retailers to find a location that is in line with their business needs. 

6. Roofstock

Headquarters: Oakland, California, United States

Founders: Devin Wade, Gary Beasley, Gregor Watson, Rich Ford

Year founded: 2015

Latest funding: $240M (Series E)

Total funding $365M

Investors: DoorDash, Lightspeed Venture Partners, FJ Labs, Pegasus Tech Ventures, Moving Capital

What they do: Roofstock is an online marketplace for investing in leased single-family rental homes in a transparent and low-friction way. The company provides its clients with research, analytics, and insights to evaluate and purchase independently certified properties at set prices. It enables its investors to treat their real estate investments more like stock portfolios, focusing on asset allocation, rather than researching, and buying vacant homes that need to be repaired and leased. 

7. Virgil

Headquarters: Paris, Ile-de-France, France

Founders: Keyvan Nilforoushan, Saskia Fiszel

Year founded: 2019

Latest funding: $15.5M (Series A)

Total funding $17.8M

Investors: Kima Ventures, Alven, Global Founders Capital, LocalGlobe, Evolem Start

What they do: Virgil provides a financial solution to assist individuals in purchasing a home. For the buyer, Virgil is a dormant partner: in exchange for an investment of 10% of the price, Virgil buys 15% of the apartment and is paid at the time of resale, at the latest 10 years after the purchase. Virgil allows young working people to become owners on average 7 years earlier than the average first-time buyer, i.e. as much rent saved. 

8. Atmos

Headquarters: San Francisco, California, United States

Founders: Austin Kahn, Matthew Rastovac, Nicholas Donahue, Trent Hedge

Year founded: 2018

Latest funding: $12.5M (Series A)

Total funding $18.7M

Investors: Gaingels, Y Combinator, Soma Capital, Sam Altman, Bedrock Capital

What they do: Atmos develops a home-building platform to assist in the creation and design of customized houses. The company is constructing a managed marketplace for homebuilding, connecting home buyers. The company's platform makes it easier for customers to find and build their own homes according to their preferences, choices, and financial situation by offering a variety of designs, personalized packages, and interiors along with financing and construction processes. 

9. Zumper

Headquarters: San Francisco, California, United States

Founders: Anthemos Georgiades, Leah Jones, Russell Middleton, Taylor Glass-Moore

Year founded: 2012

Latest funding: $30M (Series D)

Total funding $180.2M

Investors: Axel Springer, LAUNCH, Marcus & Millichap, Goodwater Capital, New Enterprise Associates

What they do: Zumper is a software platform that connects people with real estate rental properties. Zumper believes finding your new apartment is more than just a movie. It’s something bigger. A step forward. A new beginning. A fresh start. Whether you’re moving across the country or across the street, you deserve to love where you land.

10. Stake

Headquarters: Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Founders: Manar Mahmassani, Rami Tabbara, Ricardo Brizido

Year founded: 2020

Latest funding: $8M (Seed)

Total funding $12M

Investors: Verve Ventures, Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP), Vivium Capital, BY Venture Partners, Lama Holding

What they do: Stake is a digital real estate investment platform providing the easiest and most transparent way to invest in income-generating properties, starting in Dubai. Its mission is to make investing in real estate accessible and profitable for all.

11. MoveEasy

Headquarters: Columbus, Ohio, United States

Founders: Niraj Patel, Venkatesh Ganapathy 

Year founded: 2013

Latest funding: $7M (Series A)

Total funding $13M

Investors: New Valley Ventures, Travelers Insurance, LOUD Capital, Break Trail Ventures, Moderne Ventures

What they do: MoveEasy is a relocation technology startup that is helping over 45MM people in US and Canada that move every year experience a stress-free move while driving timely and contextual engagement for businesses targeting these consumers. MoveEasy provides moving companies, corporate relocation companies, realtors, and property managers a white-labeled comprehensive automated moving platform to help their clients plan, organize and complete all of their moving related tasks from one convenient and easy to use dashboard.

12. Mezo

Headquarters: Chicago, Illinois, United States

Founders: Erin (Essig) Karam, John Botica, Mike Travalini

Year founded: 2020

Latest funding: $6M (Seed)

Total funding $14.8M

Investors: 81 Collection, Building Ventures, Chicago Ventures

What they do: Mezo offers property maintenance and provides visibility from the point of intake to avoid unnecessary trips, remove friction, and reduce cost. 

13. CrowdStreet

Headquarters: Austin, Texas, United States

Founders: Darren Powderly, Dino Vendetti, Michael Taus, Tore C. Steen

Year founded: 2013

Latest funding: $43M (Series C)

Total funding $67.9M

Investors: TIAA, Grotech Ventures, Rally Ventures, Noam Bardin, Green Visor Capital

What they do: CrowdStreet is a provider of online commercial real estate investment offerings and technology connecting investors with CRE firms. It is also a provider of online commercial real estate investment offerings, technology, and services in the country. Its platform is giving more than 100,000 investors direct access to a broad range of institutional quality assets to diversify their portfolios.

14. Setpoint.io

Headquarters: Austin, Texas, United States

Founders: Ben Rubenstein, Michael Lam, Stuart Wall

Year founded: 2021

Latest funding: $43M (Series A)

Total funding $43M

Investors: Andreessen Horowitz, Fifth Wall, 645 Ventures, ATX Venture Partners, NextView Ventures

What they do: Infrastructure for the future of real estate. Setpoint's platform is the foundation for real-estate innovation. They unlock speed, efficiency and accuracy for PropTech companies and their lenders.

15. Audette

Headquarters: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Founders: Christopher Naismith

Year founded: 2019

Latest funding: $9.3M (Seed)

Total funding $10.5M

Investors: Energy Impact Partners, Johnson Controls, Panache Ventures, Powerhouse Ventures, Active Impact Investments

What they do: $1T will be spent annually on energy efficiency upgrades in commercial properties in the next 10 years. Energy managers are struggling to identify cost-effective projects and failing to meet regulatory commitments. Audette unlocks clean investment for large building portfolios by connecting to and analyzing digital utility and building data and providing the insights needed to uncover millions in potential reductions in operating costs and carbon output.

16. Awfis Space Solution

Headquarters: New Delhi, Delhi, India

Founders: Amit Ramani

Year founded: 2015

Latest funding: $1.8M (Series E)

Total funding $94.6M

Investors: Yes Bank, InnoVen Capital, Sequoia Capital India, Ashish Kacholia, Chrys Capital

What they do: Awfis is the new office that is redefining the way work gets done in the current business environment, by providing the ecosystem of workspaces for the Small Medium Individual Local Entrepreneurs (S.M.I.L.E.™). Its inspiring and new age workspaces are available anytime, anywhere, without any long term commitment. The Pro-working spaces deliver high Performance, are located in your immediate Proximity and provide an ecosystem of People driven community. Awfis technology platform enables users to book work-desks, private cabins, meeting rooms, business centers across India on a just in time basis, for a flexible period ranging from 1 hour to 1 year. Awfis has partnered with leading hotel chains, banks and commercial space owners and aggregated a wide network of high quality meeting rooms, which can be booked through easy to use web/mobile app.

17. Arrived Homes

Headquarters: Seattle, Washington, United States

Founders: Alejandro Chouza, Kenneth Cason, Ryan Frazier

Year founded: 2020

Latest funding: $25M (Series A)

Total funding $162M

Investors: Techstars, Core Innovation Capital, Good Friends, Time Ventures, Neo

What they do: Arrived Homes is a provider of rental home investment services intended to help people achieve financial independence. It allows anyone to purchase shares of rental properties and earn a passive income while the company handles everything from property acquisition to necessary improvements and management of daily operations. The platform purchases and manages residential rental properties as well as allows its residents to co-invest in its fund.

18. Intelligent AI

Headquarters: Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom

Founders: Anthony Peake

Year founded: 2020

Latest funding: $2.5M (Seed)

Total funding $3.4M

Investors: Innovate UK, Concept Ventures, Force Over Mass Capital, Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Investment Fund, SuperSeed Ventures

What they do: Intelligent AI is a developer of a platform for risk underwriting management that promises to lower claims for business interruption and global business risk. The company's platform provides global location intelligence that combines artificial intelligence (AI), data science, satellite image analysis, and risk data sets to deliver a 360-degree view of risk across insurers' or corporations' commercial property portfolios. This enables insurers and businesses to measure, predict, and mitigate commercial property risks in real-time and get insights to safeguard their businesses. 

19. Stellar

Headquarters: Dallas, Texas, United States

Founders: Danny Feldman, Dustin Marx

Year founded: 2016

Latest funding: $20M (Series B)

Total funding $30M

Investors: Brick & Mortar Ventures, Navigate Ventures LLC, Weatherford Capital, S3 Ventures, Alerion Ventures

What they do: Stellar partners with property managers and contractors to resolve home maintenance issues without the hassle. They get the best tradespeople on the job to deliver an elevated resident experience for rental properties. It’s a scalable solution that takes care of homes and people.

20. Accacia

Headquarters: Gurgaon, Haryana, India

Founders: Annu Talreja, Jagmohan Gaarg, Piyush Chitkara

Year founded: 2022

Latest funding: $2.5M (Seed)

Total funding: $2.5M

Investors: Accel, Loyal VC, B Capital Group, Blume Ventures, Rainmatter Capital

What they do: Accacia is an AI-enabled real-estate decarbonization platform that allows RE and infrastructure owners, developers, asset managers, and operators to measure, track and manage their climate risks.

21. SwiftConnect

Headquarters: Stamford, Connecticut, United States

Founders: Guillaume Vachon, Konrad Kruger, Matt Kopel, Steeve Beliveau

Year founded: 2020

Latest funding: $17M (Series A)

Total funding $27M

Investors: Jamf, Cushman & Wakefield, JLL Spark, Nuveen Investments, Navitas Capital

What they do: SwiftConnect digitizes the workplace experience by connecting the right people to the right space at the right time. 

22. Pinhome

Headquarters: Jakarta, Jakarta Raya, Indonesia

Founders: Ahmed Aljunied, Dayu Dara Permata

Year founded: 2020

Latest funding: $50M (Series B)

Total funding $75.5M

Investors: Eurazeo, Rocket Internet, Global Founders Capital, Ribbit Capital, Goodwater Capital

What they do: Pinhome is a property transaction and real estate fintech platform making property and home financing more accessible. Pinhome eliminates the challenges in property transactions by building a technology platform to organize property data and information, digitize property transactions, and the home financing process.

23. ALICE Technologies

Headquarters: Menlo Park, California, United States

Founders: Prithvi Raj Jampana, Rene Morkos

Year founded: 2013

Latest funding: $30M (Series B)

Total funding $48.5M

Investors: Gaingels, Lightspeed Venture Partners, StartX (Stanford-StartX Fund), Metaplanet Holdings, Blackhorn Ventures

What they do: ALICE Technologies is the developer of an AI-powered construction simulation platform. It leverages artificial intelligence to analyze a project's complex building requirements, generate efficient building schedules, and tune those schedules as needed during construction. The company's platform enables contractors and owners to plan, bid, and build more effectively, reducing construction times and labor costs by $30 million for a typical $500 million construction project. 

24. Valcre

Headquarters: San Diego, California, United States

Founders: Kris Owens, Lucas Rotter

Year founded: 2016

Latest funding: $12.7M (Series A)

Total funding $12.7M

Investors: Second Century Ventures, Avenue Growth Partners

What they do: Valcre is a software company providing an innovative appraisal platform for the commercial real estate industry. The SaaS platform is integrated into custom reporting to give firms of all sizes industry leading software to provide job and client management, comparable data storage, and efficient commercial real estate appraisal templates. 

25. Huspy

Headquarters: Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Founders: Jad Antoun, Khalid Ashmawy

Year founded: 2020

Latest funding: $37M (Series A)

Total funding $47M

Investors: Fifth Wall, VentureSouq, Plug and Play, Founders Fund, Breyer Capital

What they do: Huspy is a proptech company that simplifies the home financing process. It believes getting a mortgage is something to celebrate. Huspy is reimagining the home buying process with an easy-to-use experience that puts the buyer first. 

26. Dealpath

Headquarters: San Francisco, California, United States

Founders: Andy Lee, Kenter Wu, Mike Sroka

Year founded: 2014

Latest funding: $43M (Series C)

Total funding $67M

Investors: Bechtel Corporation, 8VC, AAF Management Ltd., JLL Spark, JLL

What they do: Dealpath has pioneered and established the Real Estate Deal Management industry by creating the leading intelligent software solution for investment management firms, empowering faster, more informed investment decisions and connections throughout the deal lifecycle with data-driven insights and digital collaboration. 

27. Tellus

Headquarters: Cupertino, California, United States

Founders: T Zhu

Year founded: 2016

Latest funding: $26M (Seed)

Total funding $26M

Investors: Andreessen Horowitz, Alumni Ventures, Decent Capital, Vectr, All-Stars Investment

What they do: Tellus is a financial technology platform on a mission to help users build wealth through our line of passive income products. They offer a variety of high-yield cash accounts that pay up to 34x more interest than a traditional savings account all while keeping you completely out of the stock or crypto markets. Tellus envisions a world where wealth creation through real estate is available to everyone.

28. SearchLand

Headquarters: London, England, United Kingdom

Founders: Archie Kennedy-Dyson, Arthur Goodhart, Hugh Gibbs, Mitchell Fasanya

Year founded: 2019

Latest funding: $2.8M (Seed)

Total funding $3M

Investors: Fuel Ventures

What they do: SearchLand is a prop-tech that lets property developers and investors find potential sites and contact landowners directly via the platform.

29. Connectbase

Headquarters: Milford, Massachusetts, United States

Founders: Ben Edmond

Year founded: 2015

Latest funding: $21M (Series C)

Total funding $49M

Investors: Silicon Valley Bank, Nauta Capital, Osage Venture Partners, Harbert Growth Partners, Ascent Venture Partners

What they do: Connected2Fiber helps the network industry transact and improve its return on marketing investment with the industry’s only SaaS marketplace enablement platform that combines Account Based Marketing, Location Intelligence with predictive algorithms that learns how to improve results. The platform helps network owners and network buyers improve transparency, speed and effectiveness with information, automation and predictive algorithms. 

30. Properly

Headquarters: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Founders: Anshul Ruparell, Craig Dunk

Year founded: 2018

Latest funding: $28M (Series B)

Total funding $154M

Investors: Silicon Valley Bank, FJ Labs, Edward Lando, 75 & Sunny, AlleyCorp

What they do: Properly is a Canadian tech-enabled real estate brokerage transforming the home buying and selling experience. Buy when you find the home you love, move on your timeline, then sell your old home from the comforts of your new one.

31. PlanRadar

Headquarters: Vienna, Wien, Austria

Founders: Clemens Hammerl, Constantin Köck, Domagoj Dolinsek, Ibrahim Imam, Sander van de Rijdt

Year founded: 2013

Latest funding: $68M (Series B)

Total funding $103M

Investors: Insight Partners, Headline, Redstone, GR Capital, Quadrille Capital

What they do: PlanRadar offers a SaaS solution for documentation and communication in construction and real estate projects (e.g. construction documentation, task and defect management. due diligence, etc.). PlanRadar ensures your entire team is connected on one easy-to-use platform.

32. EasyKnock

Headquarters: New York, New York, United States

Founders: Ben Black, Jarred Kessler

Year founded: 2016

Latest funding: $57M (Series C)

Total funding $401M

Investors: 500 Global, Alumni Ventures, Gaingels, Correlation Ventures, FJ Labs

What they do: EasyKnock is a real estate technology company on a mission to change homeownership to change lives. Its sale-leaseback programs, Sell & Stay and MoveAbility provide homeowners with money, time, and flexibility. The company is helping homeowners across the country to convert their home equity to cash without banks, loans, or moving.


All in all, the real estate market is expected to continue its growth, and the development of new technology and tools will provide new opportunities for investment and make the process of buying and owning a home more accessible.

Keep an eye on the top real estate startups mentioned in this list to stay informed on the latest developments in the industry.

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