Unlatch, a B2B software solution that allows for the complete digitization of the real estate sales process, has raised €5.2 million in a funding round to support its leadership in the field and expand internationally. The platform is designed for residential real estate professionals such as developers, marketers, real estate companies, and social landlords to speed up and streamline the entire sales process with an accessible interface for all parties involved. In just over two years, Unlatch has already been adopted by nearly 250 clients, including Quartus, Constructa, Emerige, Demathieu Bard Immobilier, and Aqprim.
This funding round will allow Unlatch to enhance its platform with new features and provide customers with an improved user experience. Unlatch's unique selling point is its ability to digitize the entire real estate sales process, from initial contact to the signing of the deed, offering a seamless experience for both buyers and sellers. The platform's clients can save time and money while increasing efficiency and transparency in the sales process.
Quartus, one of the platform's clients, is a French real estate development company that builds eco-friendly and innovative residential and commercial properties. Constructa, another client, is a real estate developer based in Marseilles, France, with a focus on high-end residential and commercial properties. Emerige is a real estate company that specializes in the development and management of residential and commercial properties in France. Demathieu Bard Immobilier is a French real estate company that develops and manages real estate projects across France, while Aqprim is a real estate investment and asset management company that focuses on residential real estate in France.
Unlatch's successful funding round is a testament to the growing demand for digital solutions in the real estate industry. The platform's ability to enhance efficiency and transparency in the sales process has made it a popular choice among industry professionals, and its expansion into new markets will undoubtedly help to further drive its success.