La House: Bezos and Maluma are new investors – companies – economy

Among the new investors in Colombian-Mexican proptech La Haus are Billionaire and Amazon founder, Jeff Bezo, Co-founder and CEO of Rappi, singer Maluma and businessman Gabriel Gilinski.

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Having raised $35 million in capital at the start of the year, the real estate tech company just closed a new injection of venture capital For $100 million. In doing so, it has already reached the $135 million raised so far in 2021.

“We are so grateful that our international investors have recognized the transformative impact that La Haus is having on the informal housing markets in Latin America. We create solutions specifically to the needs of Latin America,” said Rodrigo Sanchez Rios, co-founder and president of La Haus. It provides more transparency and greater productivity for the entire ecosystem.

Endeavor Catalyst, Moore Strategic Ventures and Marc Benioff Time Ventures, among others, have also invested in this round.

Previous investors who also participated in this round include: Greenspring Associates, Kaszek; NFX. 75 Sunny Ventures by Spencer Rascoff, Hadi Partofi and David Velez of NuBank.

The company he also co-founded Jeronimo and Thomas Uribe It raised $50 million by extending its Series B funding round led by Acrew Capital and Renegade Partners and securing another $50 million in debt.

Haus will leverage debt to accelerate its business and help resolve severe real estate disparities in Latin America.

Sanchez Rios concluded, “The year 2021 is an exceptional context for buying a home, and from La House we will provide the best technological tools available to do so. We will continue to work to democratize access to housing in Colombia and Mexico.”

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In addition, the company confirmed its access to the markets Barranquilla, Cartagena, Santa Marta and CaliThis completes six cities in operation at the state level.

The goal now is to reach all major metropolitan areas in Colombia and Mexico by the end of the year, and to overcome the $1 billion mark in annual gross sales.

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