This week's virtual pitch showcase featured emerging real estate tech startups HomeOpenly, VHomes, and JoyHub.

Brad Inman, founder of Inman, the leading real estate news source along with Spencer Rascoff, co-founder, executive chairman at dot.LA will be leading the discussion as the two leading active investors and experts in this space.

Startup Pitch Showcase: Real Estate Tech youtu.be

HomeOpenly helps our users to make the opportunity of homeownership transparent, affordable, and an open experience. HomeOpenly is an innovative and young Internet company that designs, builds, and maintains a series of online marketplace solutions with focus on home search, automated valuation modeling (AVM), home buyer's and seller's representation services, mortgage origination, refinance, home insurance, renovation, design, staging, home inspections, home security, moving, home maintenance, title, escrow, cash offer stand-in programs, home warranty, and other real estate products and services. HomeOpenly utilizes Open Systems Design and Privacy by Design principles behind the unbiased information we provide and the value-added Open Marketplace™ that we maintain.

VHomes is disrupting the antiquated motel / affordable housing industries. A proptech startup that strategically identifies distressed and vacant housing opportunities, leveraging these assets and turning them into nightly, weekly, or monthly budget rental options. By providing travel or living options to those that need it most we are able to provide significant impact for our customers' lives. VHomes provides the best budget accommodation in the Sun Belt United States.

JoyHub is developing an open platform to connect and automate existing multifamily operator systems to improve operating performance, increase revenue opportunities and enhance resident engagement.

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Offices will be bigger and oriented around creating a sense of community, omnichannel retail will be more important, brands will have dozens of stores instead of thousands, and cities will provide incentives to lure employees rather than companies. Those are some of the predictions about what will happen in the next few years as the world recovers from the coronavirus, according to Brendan Wallace, co-founder and managing partner at Fifth Wall, Justin Bedecarre, co-founder and CEO of HelloOffice and Jen Nguyen, founding partner of TEAMWERC.

Fifth Wall is the largest venture capital firm focused on real estate tech, known as proptech. It announced the close of its second real estate technology fund last year, with $503 million in dry powder, making it the largest VC fund in Los Angeles. HelloOffice is a technology-powered commercial real estate brokerage that started in the Bay Area and expanded to L.A. last year. TEAMWERC is a San Francisco-based commercial real estate consultancy.

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