This article directly stems from the research process for our global venture capital investors database. Based on this list and our advanced keyword crawler technology, we created a list of venture capital investors that mention PropTech-related keywords on their website. The list – offered as an Excel file – is perfectly suited to get in touch with the most relevant investors in the field.
The development of real estate is on the forefront and the PropTech industry is growing rapidly. This article introduces three promising PropTech venture capital investors in the United States who are interested in PropTech companies from our keyword crawler generated PropTech venture capital investor list.
1. Second Century Ventures (Chicago)
Second Century Ventures aims to support and invest in new opportunities and ideas in order to contribute to one of the largest industries of the world. The company is backed by the National Association of REALTORS® and stand out through their access to the global marketplace and their community consisting of executives, entrepreneurs and practitioners. Second Century Ventures funds over 100 companies that are looking to change and improve the real estate industry. One of their portfolio companies is UbiPark, an automated solution focusing on user experience to revolutionize car parking.
2. Bullpen Capital (Menlo Park)
Bullpen Capital is a VC investment company that funds seed and early-stage businesses. Their investments range from fantasy sports to restaurant platforms and also include PropTech companies. One promising company in their portfolio is Beyond Pricing, a revenue management software for vacation rentals. In 2019 Bullpen Capital invested in Entera, a real estate platform for buyers that helps find residential homes.
3. Sway Ventures (San Francisco)
Sway Ventures was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco. The company invests in early to mid-stage companies focusing on technology. Sway Ventures is especially interested in the sustainable digital transformation of the built world and currently supports 7 proptech companies. One of them, for example, is Camino, a permitting and licensing software for small, medium and enterprise agencies.
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