Best 20 Proptech Startups In London

Best 20 Proptech Startups In London!

  

The use of technology is shaking up the real estate industry. Real Estate Tech has been disrupting the property sector making it more transparent, accessible and forward-thinking. Proptech has a huge appeal to the investors, hence more and more business are being introduced in the property technology sector.

 


 

London has been leading the revolution of proptech from the front. The capital has initiated some some of the best sttartups in these sector. Their proptech has yielded over $2B in investments, attracting some of the top tier investors in the world.

  

Here Is The List Of The 20 Best Proptech Startups In London:

  

1. LendInvest:

 

 
Year Founded: 2012

LendInvest is a non-bank mortgage lender and is a property lending and investing platform. LendInvest provides fast finance to property professionals and small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) around the UK. It also makes it possible for individuals, corporates and institutions to invest in secured property loans originated and underwritten by its mortgage team.

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2. LANDBAY:

 

 
Year Founded: 2013

A peer-to-peer lending platform for residential buy-to-let mortgages. Landbay enables retail and institutional investors to invest in the UK’s buy-to-let mortgage market via its online peer-to-peer lending platform. The business model matches investors’ funds to buy-to-let mortgages, thus all loans are secured by residential real estate.

Total Funding: $398.7M in 12 funding rounds to date
Lead Investors: Seedrs, Omni Partners LLP

  

3. YOPA:

 

 
Year Founded: 2015

A property technology company that provides real estate agency services that assist clients in selling their properties. Jt offers an online platform that enables clients to request for their property valuation, review the advertisement, receive viewings and offers, and sell properties.

Total Funding: £58M (Approx. $77.4M) in 6 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investor: LSL Property Services

  

4. Nested:

 

 
Year Founded: 2015

A ‘proptech’ startup that guarantees to sell your house within 90 days or offer you a cash advance instead. Nested is backed by some of Europe’s most successful entrepreneurs having collectively founded companies worth in excess of £10bn.

Total Funding: £45.2M (Approx. $60.9M) in 4 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investors: Global Founders Capital & Passion Capital

  

5. Trussle:

 

 
Year Founded: 2015

Trussle is the new hassle-free way to get a mortgage. It helps first-time buyers and existing homeowners save time and money securing a great-value mortgage online. It’s a free online mortgage broker, helping you wherever you are on the ladder.free online mortgage broker, helping you wherever you are on the ladder.

Total Funding: $25.8M in 4 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investors: LocalGlobe, Finch Capital, Propel Venture Partners, Spire Ventures & Goldman Sachs Principal Strategic Investments

  

6. Habito:

 

 
Year Founded: 2015

A digital mortgage broker, using technology to bring the mortgage-application process into the 21st century. Habito is using technology to bring the mortgage-application process into the 21st century. Using habito, home buyers can for the first time be sure they’re getting the best deal for them. They have developed a simple, honest and transparent way to help people find and apply for the best mortgage. No jargon, no fees and no misinformation.

Total Funding: $32.9M in 4 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investors: Atomico & Atomico

  

7. Goodlord:

 

 
Year Founded: 2014

A cloud-based platform trusted by hundreds of agencies across the UK. Goodlord creates a bespoke one-stop-shop by providing access to a dynamic suite of specialised services, including insurance, e-signing, referencing, e-payments, and more.

Total Funding: £9.2M (Approx. $12.3M) in 3 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investors: Global Founders Capital & Charlotte Street Capital

  

8. Homie:

 

 
Year Founded: 2016

London-based, proptech startup changing the way people rent. It’s homemade tech and our friendly Homies match renters with their ideal new home – at the tap of a button. Homie takes care of all the moving logistics of searching and takes you on multi-property cab tours, saving renters time and effort.

Total Funding: $5.6M in 2 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investor: Connect Ventures

  

9. OneDome:

 

 
Year Founded: 2016

A technology and property start-up that helps property professionals improve their digital customer journey, and provides an end-to-end experience for consumers. OneDome’s mission is to challenge market norms and reshape the property industry to better reflect the consumer demands of the 21st Century.

Total Funding: $5.9M in 2 funding rounds, to date
Investors: David Giampaolo & Edward Rumble

  

10. Appear Here:

 

 
Year Founded: 2013

An online marketplace for short-term retail space it’s mission is to create a world where anyone, anywhere can find space for their ideas. Appear Here is being used by over 100,000 industry leading brands, designers and creative entrepreneurs to find and book retail space. The company lists space in top retail destinations, including London, Paris and New York.

Total Funding: $21.4M in 4 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investors: Balderton Capital, Octopus Ventures, MMC Ventures, Howzat Partners & Forward Partners

  

11. Movebubble:

 

 
Year Founded: 2013

Movebubble is a company and property rental mobile app that helps renters find a property. The start-up company was founded in 2014 by Aidan Rushby, Tony Edwards, and Logan Hall with headquarters in London, England. The company is privately owned.

Total Funding: $3.8M in 3 funding rounds, to date
Investors: Adam Williams, Richard Leigh & Robert Stiff

  

12. Emoov:

 

 
Year Founded: 2010

eMoov is an online real estate agent that helps its clients with technology tools to sell their households. It is innovating the property industry by providing a fair cost solution to selling across England, Scotland and Wales. The same result (actually, better) for a fee that is several times less than the high street, typically. We combine technology with great people to sell houses better, faster and for a greater price than the high street.

Total Funding: $21.1M in 6 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investors: Episode 1, YYX Ventures (formerly JXC Ventures) & Spire Ventures

  

13. Settled:

 

 
Year Founded: 2013

Settled is a web based property sales service that allows individuals to market their homes through the internet for a flat fee. The company removes the need for estate agent fees making it the most cost effective (free!) and efficient way to sell homes in the UK. It also addresses many of the problems within this sector using technology to automate and optimise normally cumbersome processes.

Total Funding: $3.1M in 3 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investors: 500 Startups, Piton Capital & Connect Ventures

  

14. Rentify:

 

 
Year Founded: 2011

Rentify is a letting agent built for the 21st century. It helps landlords to let and manage their properties, either themselves or using Rentify’s Property Specialists without the hassle and expense of an old-fashioned agent. Rentify’s landords successfully leverage our unmatched property knowledge. This means better rents, great tenants and substantial savings in letting fees.

Total Funding: $10.5M in 4 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investor: Balderton Capital

  

15. Hubble:

 

 
Year Founded: 2013

Hubble is an online platform where finding the perfect office is a joy, automated by tech, and assisted by people. The company makes renting office space easy. It is an online marketplace to match those looking to rent office space with those who have it. They focus on co-working, shared offices and private serviced offices within specific hubs in London.

Total Funding: $2.4M in 8 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investors: Firestartr & Spire Ventures

  

16. Acasa:

 

 
Year Founded: 2017

acasa is a web, iOS and Android app helping the world’s growing population of young renters renters live better together. acasa allows you to set-up, manage, split and pay your bills. The company was founded in the Open Data Institute in 2014, acasa (originally Splittable) is backed by some of the leading technology investors Europe. The company is run by young property enthusiasts with a collective passion for improving the lives of householders.

Total Funding: $1.2M in a single “Seed Round” funding, to date
Investors: Seedcamp, Playfair Capital, London Co-Investment Fund etc.

  

17. Realla:

 

 
Year Founded: 2015

Realla is a commercial property search engine and marketing automation platform to combine a dedicated, comprehensive search engine for tenants and investors with powerful agent tools for streamlining & tracking marketing. With 70,000 commercial properties aggregated daily from over 1,000 sources, Realla provides the go-to resource for searching the entire market.

Total Funding: £1.5M (Approx. $2M) in a single “Seed Round” funding, to date
Investors: Simon Murdoch & Damien Lane

  

18. Asset Mapping:

 

 
Year Founded: 2012

Asset Mapping: Optimising the health of your building Remotely view all aspects of your building and building’s health in real-time; from air quality to operating system efficiency. Give your team different levels of access to equipment data and empower them with the information they need to become pro-active to problems.

Total Funding: £2.1M ($2.8M) in 2 funding rounds, to date
Investors: Undisclosed

  

19. OfficeR&D:

 

 
Year Founded: 2015

A coworking management platform that is powering the world’s best flexible workspaces. OfficeR&D enables the office managers to handle all critical processes of the space in a very visual and intuitive way. It offloads the boring tasks from the office and community managers, so they can focus on building community and making everyone in the office happier, healthier and more productive.

Total Funding: $1.2M in 3 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investors: Seedrs, LAUNCHub Ventures

  

20. Propoly:

 

 
Year Founded: 2014

Propoly is an online platform for the rental community. The company provides an eco-system for landlords and tenants to interact at all stages of the rental process starting with finding a tenant and ending with fixing your boiler. Propoly seeks to allow our landlords, tenants and service providers to communicate throughout all parts of the rental process incorporating a feedback system available for the growing private rental sector.

Total Funding: £805K in 2 funding rounds, to date
Lead Investors: Seedrs & Seedcamp

  

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