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The real estate industry is evolving at an increasing pace ever since the emergence of the global pandemic.
With markets changing rapidly over the past few months, an increasing number of people have been looking at alternative means to diversify their wealth, with real estate being one of the ideal choices.
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Below are 6 real estate startups that are revolutionizing the industry with their services, and how they can add value to users worldwide.
Fundrise was established in 2012 and has since then accumulated $5.1 Billion in assets. It has over 150,000 active investors, and is considered one of the United States’ leading real estate investment platforms.
With Fundrise, users can now diversify outside of the public market with private real estate that allows them to significantly reduce risk and improve stability. Furthermore, they use proprietary software that helps them reduce client costs, so users can maximize their returns.
The great thing about Fundrise is that they have flexible investment minimums, which give clients enough room to pivot and adjust their investment strategies and efficiently meet their goals.
Users can also easily access and manage their portfolios anywhere, anytime through Fundrise’s website and mobile app.
Established in 2013, Triplemint is a software-powered real estate brokerage that has made buying, selling, and renting apartments easier and more efficiently. Founded by two Yale University students (David Walker and Philip Lang), Triplemint was built to be customer-centric and data-driven.
Triplemint uses data and predictive analytics that anticipate the market and deliver clients the best matches. Similar to other real estate platforms, such as Precondo, Triplemint has access to hundreds of listings, making apartment and condo searches easier for clients.
Furthermore, their Client Success Team helps users enjoy a seamless and personalized real estate experience. If you’re looking for a safe way to start condo investments, Triplemint would be a great choice.
Beyond HQ was founded by CEO Madhu Chamarty in 2019. Since then, they have accumulated total fundings of $1.75 million.
The way Beyond HQ works is that they help companies find where and when they should open new offices. Furthermore, they also allow companies to run real-time comparisons of talents to help them easily connect with the best candidates for their industry.
Beyond HQ is currently close to raising another round of funding in the range of $2.5 million to $3 million from venture capital backers.
Created in 2017 by two MIT and Cambridge grads, "Elise" is an AI chatbot that can almost instantly answer prospective renters' questions about apartment availability, floor plans, special rates, and more.
MeetElise modernizes the tedious paper-and-people-based leasing process that the real estate industry has been using for decades.
It’s already in use at two giant property-management companies, namely Equity Residential and AvalonBay.
Hubble helps clients find the best offices for their business and teams. They have access to millions of property data, making it easier for clients to find the best properties to fit their needs.
They boast to be 400% faster than the average office search and offer 100% market coverage.
Some of their clients are big industry players, such as Accenture, Monzo. Citymapper, Trustpilot, FOX, and StubHub.
HubbleHQ won’t cost users a penny because they get paid by the landlord.
Furthermore, their expert negotiators can save clients around 15% off the list price.
Founded in 2015, Rentberry is the first real estate platform that offers a fully digital rental experience that helps people discover thousands of apartments and homes for rent in over 50 countries.
From submitting applications, credit reports and custom offers, to signing rental agreements and rental payments, Rentberry automates all standard rental procedures, making the whole experience contactless.
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