Housfy, the Real Estate multiservice platform that helps customers selling, buying, renting a house, or getting a mortgage online without commissions or intermediaries, today announced an additional capital raise of €10 million.
This latest investment round will reinforce Housfy’s expansion in Europe. The fundraising is led by Torch Capital, DN Capital, Seaya Ventures, and Cathay Capital (through the C. Entrepreneurs fund), which have already invested in previous rounds, and joined by Aldea Ventures and CDTI. To date, Housfy has now raised a total of €23 million over five investment rounds.
Founded in 2017 and led by Albert Bosch (who also spoke at this year’s EU-Startups Summit), Housfy already has sold more than 5,000 properties and intermediated around 3,000 mortgages since its launch and is on track to become the leading real estate platform in Southern Europe. The Barcelona-based company lowers agency commissions significantly and improves the home sales process and user experience for both sellers and buyers through its proprietary technology.
In 2019, the young company commenced its expansion into Portugal, which will be supplemented with this latest investment to drive growth in the Portuguese market. More countries will be entered in the near future.
Housfy is building the first comprehensive home services ecosystem in southern Europe and will add additional services progressively. Users can sell, buy, or rent a house, get a mortgage, and hire additional services, such as home refurbishment, moving and storage, insurance brokerage, utility bills management (electricity, gas, water, etc.), among many other services.