Real Estate Tech News: Reonomy, the data platform that helps real estate investors find their next deal, launched three years ago in New York. Now, after more than 18 months of research and development, the platform goes national. The company raised more than $22 million from investors such as Bain Capital and SoftBank Capital.
CEO Richard Sarkis told Forbes, “We began curating a best-in-class network of data vendors who could assist us in aggregating property information, allowing our team to focus on making that information compatible with our platform and drawing meaningful insights that added value to our product.”
The hard work paid off. The platform currently features property data points for over 3,000 counties, including building owner contact information, sales history, zoning information, building use and debt history. Customers include JLL, Marcus & Millichap, Cushman & Wakefield, and Coldwell Banker Commercial.
The Reonomy data engine offers over 45 million commercial properties nationwide, to a targeted lead list, in seconds. It also allows you to identify comparables and build owner and lender portfolios. You can also create data visualization reports.
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