By Sindy Nanclares | VentureBeat
Marketplace for real estate agents HomeLight announced today that it took in an $11 million investment led by Zeev Ventures. The startup also announced that Oren Zeev will join HomeLight’s board. HomeLight says its technology “analyzes over 14 million transactions and reviews to determine which agent is best for you based on your needs,” while offering “unbiased” reviews, à la Yelp for real estate agents.
“Home transactions are the biggest financial decisions of most people’s lives, and our mission is to help those individuals find a trusted strategic advisor who can help guide them through the process,” said HomeLight CEO Drew Uher. “Our data-driven approach has already helped hundreds of individuals sell their home faster and for more money.”
SGVC founding partner Dovi Frances, Bullpen Capital, Montage Ventures, and Krillion Ventures also participated in the series A round. HomeLight has raised at least $15 million to date.
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