Dottid Raises $3.85M in Seed Funding


Dottid, a Dallas, TX-based commercial real estate (CRE) proptech company, raised $3.85m in seed funding.

Backers included:

  • David Ridley, Founder and former CEO of Invesco Real Estate,
  • Laurie Dotter, current investment board member for two public Texas pension funds, and
  • David Farmer, former COO of Invesco Real Estate.

Dottid aims to revolutionize the CRE industry one business at a time by streamlining the leasing transaction process, allowing owners, brokers, and tenants to close more deals faster and with lower costs, saving millions in lost revenue and valuable time, and ultimately creating a better customer experience for the tenant.

Led by Founder and CEO Kyle Waldrep, and Chief Technology Officer, Senecca Miller, Dottid provides a SaaS technology platform which provides a single location for owners, brokers, and tenants to seamlessly transact throughout the leasing process.

The company has also built a team of advisors such as:

  • Jonathan Crowder, Partner at Intelis Capital;
  • Don Goldstein, former CIO and CISO of CBRE;
  • Brian Liikala, former Portfolio Manager for the State of Michigan Retirement Systems; and
  • Catherine Rodewald, former President of Prudential Asset Resources Inc.



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