The State Of Real Estate Tech Investment – April 2018

A report from RE: Tech examines the state of the global real estate technology (proptech) venture capital ecosystem for the month of April 2018. Here’s what it revealed.

Q2 for 2018 is off to a strong start when it comes to real estate tech investments. It was discovered that for April 2018, venture capital dollar volume and deal counts have increased for almost all stages of funding compared to figures from April 2017, with Series A deals in the lead. Early stage investments, angel, and seed-stage deals dropped by nearly 43% since April 2017.

Let’s look at some bulleted stats courtesy of the RE: Tech.

April Funding Amount

April 2018:  $168,373,858 (+463%)

April 2017:  $29,860,369


April 2018: 24

April 2017: 25

April 2018 Global Snapshot

New York City

Deals: 7

Investments: $93,380,835

United States

Deals: 15

Investments: $143,464,001


Deals: 5

Investments: $21,339,537


Deals: 7

Investments: $23,909,857

April 2018 | Notable Deals

Knotel, New York, New York, United States, $70,000,000

PeerStreet, Los Angeles, California, United States, $29,500,000

Eddisons, Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom, $17,759,196

Agentology, San Diego, California, United States, $12,000,000

Great Jones, New York, New York, United States, $8,000,000

Measurabl, San Diego, California, United States,  $7,000,000

SquareFoot, New York, New York, United States, $7,000,000

Honest Buildings, New York, New York, United States, $3,500,000

Abode, New York, New York, United States, $2,664,001

LANDBAY, London, England, United Kingdom, $2,216,834