HomeLight Raises $1.5M in Funding

Published On November 15, 2012 |

HomeLight, a San Francisco, CA-based real estate technology company, has raised $1.5m in funding.

Backers include Google Ventures, Crosslink Capital, Innovation Endeavors, and other undisclosed angel investors.

The company intends to use the capital to bring its technology to additional markets and drive consumer adoption. HomeLight is currently live in 34 major U.S. markets including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, Atlanta, Washington D.C. and Boston, amongst others.

Founded in 2012 by Drew Uher, CEO, HomeLight matches homebuyers and sellers with real estate agents. Its proprietary algorithm creates personalized agent recommendations for prospective homebuyers and sellers by analyzing transactional data and the licensing records of over two million real estate agents. The data can then be filtered by city, neighborhood, property type and price to match buyers and sellers with the best agents for their needs.

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15/11/2012

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