An ‘Open House’ sign is displayed as potential home buyers arrive at a property for sale in Columbus, Ohio.
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HomeLight launched in 2012 as a real estate matchmaker, using proprietary algorithms to connect buyers and sellers with the best possible agents to meet their needs.
Now it is matching up with more investors, announcing $109 million in new funding, led by Zeev Ventures. This includes $63 million in Series C equity from venture capital partners and $46 million in additional funds to fuel mortgage operations. It builds on $40 million in Series B funding announced in August 2017.
HomeLight analyzes more than 40 million real estate transactions and over…