HomeFundingHamburg-based proptech startup Evernest secures €13 million and looks to scale

Hamburg-based proptech startup Evernest secures €13 million and looks to scale

Evernest has just taken €13 million home for its end-to-end brokerage platform that aims to improve the residential real estate transaction process for buyers, sellers and agents.  

New York City-based Prudence led the round and was joined by Madrid-based Kibo Ventures and Bonsai Partners alongside existing investors Project A and APIC.

One of our Hamburg-based startups to watch from 2021, Evernest is on a mission to redefine the buying and selling of residential real estate in Europe’s cities. Founded in 2019, ​​the proptech startup combines the real estate expertise of their brokers with AI technology and intelligent data analysis to offer brokers and their customers a platform for a transparent, seamless, and personal customer experience.

The company’s digital platform makes the process of real estate transactions more efficient. Through its full-service brokerage platform, smart marketing services and digitized support processes, Evernest offers a personalized experience for agents as well as property buyers and sellers.

With a team of over 100, the startup raised €6 million in March 2021 and are showing a strong growth trajectory. The new funding boost will be used to accelerate the technology development of the platform, as well as fuel international expansion across Germany and beyond. 

Evernest is offering another way for the real estate industry to accelerate its digitalization – a sector that is increasingly seen as falling behind in this process. 

Christian Evers, founder and CEO of Evernest, said: “We are extremely pleased to welcome such experienced international investors to the Evernest family…the new capital will enable us to expand our technology platform while rapidly entering new markets in Germany and throughout Europe.”

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