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On Tuesday evening, dot.LA hosted a Proptech Salon to create space and encourage proptech founders and investors to discuss how Southern California real estate startups are disrupting the industry. Over 70 invited guests gathered at WeWork's Century City location, including Michael Martin of Avenue 8, Nick Marino of TruLiv and Andrew Swerdloff of StayOpen.

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Come join the dot.LA team for a fun and enlightening evening convening top proptech founders, investors and operators to mingle and discuss how Southern California real estate startups are disrupting–and reshaping–the world’s largest asset class.

dot.LA Salons create space for top founders, investors and operators to meet and learn more about the current and future state of proptech in Los Angeles. The night will include a not-to-be-missed program designed to encourage conversation and innovation.

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Snappt, a West Hollywood-based proptech startup that helps landlords detect fraudulent rental application documents, has landed a $100 million Series A funding round led by venture capital giant Insight Partners, it announced Tuesday.

The startup is the part of an expanding real estate tech sector that raised a record $9.5 billion in funding last year to produce products ranging from retail analytics to energy efficiency technology to tenant management platforms.

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