Top 50+ Property Management Companies In California In 2021
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Top 50+ Property Management Companies In California In 2021

Updated on March 12th, 2021

Top 50+ Property Management Companies In California In 2021

A hand curated list of 50+ top property companies in California.
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Table Of Contents

  1. TheRightMargin (Less than $1M)
  2. Haven Connect (Less than $1M)
  3. Disclosures.io (Less than $1M)
  4. Tripalink ($10M to $50M)
  5. Gauntlet Pi ($10M to $50M)
  6. Yaza ($10M to $50M)
  7. Movoto ($1M to $10M)
  8. Entera Holdings ($1M to $10M)
  9. HomeLight ($50M to $100M)
  10. PAZO ($1M to $10M)
  11. Rentlytics ($10M to $50M)
  12. SenStay ($1M to $10M)
  13. Rentables (Less than $1M)
  14. MIGSIF (Less than $1M)
  15. Reali (Less than $1M)
  16. Anyone Home ($10M to $50M)
  17. Granite Investment Group ($1M to $10M)
  18. Homes Nexus (Less than $1M)
  19. IManageRent (Less than $1M)
  20. Houserie ($10M to $50M)
  21. Avistone ($10M to $50M)
  22. Monthli ($1M to $10M)
  23. Centriq Technology ($1M to $10M)
  24. Pillow ($1M to $10M)
  25. Sundae ($1M to $10M)
  26. Cover Technologies ($1M to $10M)
  27. LeaseLock ($1M to $10M)
  28. Havyn (Less than $1M)
  29. Opendoor ($1B to $10B)
  30. Ecomedes (Less than $1M)
  31. Hostie ($10M to $50M)
  32. Serendipia Life ($10M to $50M)
  33. Roofstock ($1M to $10M)
  34. Lyric ($10M to $50M)
  35. AgentBridge (Less than $1M)
  36. retsCloud (Less than $1M)
  37. Point (Less than $1M)
  38. Handle Financial (Less than $1M)
  39. WanderJaunt ($1M to $10M)
  40. real5D (Less than $1M)
  41. ListReports ($1M to $10M)
  42. Zeus Living ($100M to $500M)
  43. Mynd ($1M to $10M)
  44. Leonardo247, Inc. (Less than $1M)
  45. Belong ($1M to $10M)
  46. Orbirental ($1M to $10M)
  47. Openpath ($1M to $10M)
  48. JoyHub ($10M to $50M)
  49. Resident Boost (Less than $1M)
  50. Sugar (Less than $1M)
  51. Homestead ($10M to $50M)
  52. Flow Laboratories ($1M to $10M)
  53. Onerent (Less than $1M)
  54. AMI Staging (Less than $1M)
  55. Qualia ($10M to $50M)
  56. Open Listings ($1M to $10M)


  1. TheRightMargin (Less than $1M)

    TheRightMargin offers a smart writing tool that helps users finish what they write. Its insightful project setup and planning enables its users to break down writing projects into smaller and achievable steps. The smart writing tool keeps goals at the forefront of writing and provides tailored tips on starting and achieveing them. The company’s tools help plan, capture ideas, write, and make progress across multiple projects supporting user’s context, improving their focus, and maintaining constant progress. TheRightMargin was founded by Shivani Bhargava in 2014 and is headquartered in Moss Beach, California.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.6M raised in April, 2014
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  3. Haven Connect (Less than $1M)

    Haven Connect is a real estate company based in Berkeley, California.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $2.4M raised in March, 2019
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  5. Disclosures.io (Less than $1M)

    Disclosures.io builds software to help real estate agents manage property disclosures.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in August, 2017
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  7. Gauntlet Pi ($10M to $50M)

    Gauntlet PI is an opportunity fund and Gauntlet IB is a fully integrated banking firm providing capital advisory services to capital markets, investment sales, and distressed property solutions.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $8.5M raised in August, 2015
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  9. Yaza ($10M to $50M)

    We are a mission-driven PBC creating tools for the truthful and secure exchange of information through video. We developed a technology we call Certified Reality(tm) which authenticates the time and place of each video and prevents tampering. Our solution is as simple as it is foolproof: tethered content. Our first application is yaza, a map-based video storytelling app that realtors use to record immersive home and neighborhood tours. The authenticity of these narrated tours builds trust with remote buyers and helps realtors sell more homes. It is a realtor-centric market network that combines the viral nature of social messaging with a marketplace that becomes defensible at scale due to network effects. Trends in e-commerce point to the rise of social selling and market networks, where trusted friends or influencers guide purchases rather than star ratings by strangers. The real estate market invented social selling, with Realtors being the original influencers. Yet, ironically, most proptech business models count on cutting realtors out. Yaza is different. We put realtors front and center, a unique approach that is winning praise from customers and industry press alike. ( www.yaza.io/press ) Beyond the experience of our team, our secret sauce is the aforementioned Certified Reality. It has enabled new use cases around remote property management and allows us to reach international buyers and properties, currently untapped by existing proptech leaders. Try yaza free on the App Store here: http://bit.ly/yazaApp.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in March, 2020
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  10. Movoto ($1M to $10M)

    About Movoto Real Estate Movoto Real Estate was founded on a simple principle: Real estate should be easy. This foundational idea continues to drive our mission every day, building cutting edge, optimized technology tools and connecting talented, customer-focused agents with motivated buyers and sellers. Today, we are the fastest-growing top five residential real estate site in the United States with nearly 26 million monthly visits. But we are more than a real estate brokerage and research site—we’re a technology company that is bringing real estate into the future with our end-to-end suite of proprietary tools for buyers, sellers, and agents. In 2020, Movoto was acquired by OJO Labs, a leader in personalized, AI-enabled real estate tools. Combining OJO and Movoto’s deep commitment to creating end-to-end home-buying solutions, we continue to strive to become the most trusted real estate company in North America. Our real estate technology platform comprises the latest data-driven AI technology, client communication tools, marketing and transaction support, a real team of dedicated transaction coordinators, and an agent earnings structure that ensures our agents are successful and can focus on serving their clients. Together with OJO and our growing team, we have renewed our dedication to the mission that started it all: making real estate easy in this rapidly changing world. A property company.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $8M raised in October, 2019
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  12. Entera Holdings ($1M to $10M)

    Entera enables investors to easily find and buy residential real estate. Powered by machine-learning, Entera’s end-to-end residential real estate investment platform modernizes the real estate buying process. Entera’s proprietary discovery algorithms, intelligent tools and tech-enabled local expert real estate service team help our clients access and evaluate more properties, make data-driven investment decisions, and win more deals - 100% online.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $7.5M raised in November, 2019
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  14. HomeLight ($50M to $100M)

    HomeLight helps people in making smart decisions in buying or selling their home. The company's vision is a world where every real estate transaction is simple, certain, and satisfying. It develops software and offers services to home buyers, sellers, and real estate agents including HomeLight Agent Matching, the investor matching platform Simple Sale, consumer finance, and lending products through HomeLight Home Loans, and transactional tools through HomeLight Agent Services. HomeLight has helped clients and real estate agents and takes part in real estate business every year. HomeLight is the objective, end to end platform in real estate that allows individuals to achieve the best outcome from their home transaction. HomeLight has won awards and mentions from Inc. Magazine's 2019 Best Places to Work and Fortune Magazine as a Real Estate Company to Watch. They are a property company based in San Francisco, California.

    • $50M to $100M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $63M raised in November, 2019
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  15. PAZO ($1M to $10M)

    PAZO is an operational excellence software to help retail chains, malls, franchisees and large facilities to gain visibility into their daily operations by digitizing their manual paper-based processes. We help them with effectively managing the existing business operations and giving them the confidence to scale easily. We have deployments in over 10 countries today and are scaling to different geographies.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.1M raised in April, 2018
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  17. Rentlytics ($10M to $50M)

    Rentlytics is building the platform to transform the world’s real estate data into accessible information. Today, Rentlytics technologies are actively powering many of the largest real estate investment management firms in the world. Rentlytics is trusted to deliver the information and the tools necessary to make sustainable, high-return portfolio decisions in the increasingly complex market. The Rentlytics Team is a diverse, spirited group of technologists committed to addressing the needs of modern real estate investment management while fundamentally improving the industry through better technology. The Company is headquartered in San Francisco, CA with a satellite offices in Sacramento, CA and Denver, CO.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $11.4M raised in January, 2016
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  19. SenStay ($1M to $10M)

    SenStay operates at the intersection of hotels and short term vacation rentals, shaping the future of how people travel and stay. For decades, the vacation rental market stagnated, with little innovation. SenStay is a leader in the successful effort to disrupt this industry. Building upon Airbnb's monetization and subsequent creation of a new asset class, we are passionate about bringing our own meld of ‘the sharing economy’ and traditional real estate investing to our clients. SenStay identifies the type and location of vacation rental inventory that today’s informed and discerning travellers seek. As a result, we maximize the returns on both fallow capacity and new investments that previously would not have met investment hurdle rates. Now they do. Our model has been crafted over years of research and real-world experience. Our unique approach is proven to locate lucrative markets and identify ideal investment zones, down to specific property selection. Our industry leading data-driven revenue management and suite of product offerings, including turn-key management of properties, is a comprehensive solution for the successful deployment of capital in the hospitality and real estate sectors.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $3.6M raised in November, 2015
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  21. Rentables (Less than $1M)

    Rentables is an online property management platform designed and priced specifically for local small to medium sized property management companies and owner-managers. All the features you need to run your business: accounting, ACH direct deposit, email owner statements, check printing, work order management, call logs, and more.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in June, 2014
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  23. MIGSIF (Less than $1M)

    Private Fund buying, rehabbing and reselling distressed residential and commercial properties mainly in the San Francisco bay Area. Fund was created in 2009 and has operated profitably for many years through many different economic cycles. Investors receive a steady secured return and pay outs are twice a year. Minimum investment is $25,000 per unit/share. Returns vary between 6% to 8% based on amount invested. Each investor in the Fund has his/her capital secured by ALL properties in the Fund. Withdrawal is at anytime with a minimum of only one year commitment.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $12M raised in October, 2013
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  25. Reali (Less than $1M)

    Reali is on a mission to create a seamless and innovative customer experience during one of the most stressful moments in life: buying and selling a home. Blending high-tech with high-touch, Reali is creating a fundamental shift in real estate to deliver an innovative new model that makes the homeownership journey simple, affordable and stress-free every step of the way. Launched in 2016 and based in San Mateo, California with offices in Tel Aviv, Israel, Reali is a “Best Place to Work” company that operates throughout California and is dedicated to making real estate honest and transparent.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $11.5M raised in May, 2019
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  27. Anyone Home ($10M to $50M)

    Anyone Home is a software and services company that focuses on engagement in the multi and single-family rental housing market. Its suite of products offers an industry-leading CRM and self touring or scheduling software. The company also offers services like leasing calls, service requests, and automated emergency dispatches and call analysis that enables the rental housing market to manage their customer relationship services through an integrated contact center. Anyone Home was established in 2013 and is headquartered in Lake Forest, California.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 251-500 employees
    • $1.7M raised in February, 2019
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  29. Granite Investment Group ($1M to $10M)

    Granite was established in 1995 and since then has been owner, sponsor or operator of over $1 billion of real estate assets with its many capital investment partners.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $15.4M raised in July, 2015
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  31. Homes Nexus (Less than $1M)

    Homes Nexus is an online real estate platform that connects buyers and sellers of real estate globally. It is based in San Francisco, California.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in October, 2014
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  33. IManageRent (Less than $1M)

    ImanageRent is the connected platform for small landlords and property managers to automatically collect rent, manage their properties and activate the lease provisions. A multidevice plug&play solution that smoothly activates and automatically enforces the lease provisions, leading to a better relationship between tenants and landlords. IManageRent simplifies the Landlords’ life, helping save time and money.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.5M raised in January, 2013
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  35. Houserie ($10M to $50M)

    Houserie is an online tool for property owners to screen potential tenants. It allows both parties to get credit and background verification checks with minimal hassle and offers identity verification, eviction history, scorecards, and screening services for property owners. Houserie is a U.S.-based company that was founded in 2013 by Nitin Shingate and Vikram Raghavan.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.3M raised in September, 2013
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  37. Avistone ($10M to $50M)

    Avistone is a California-based real estate investment management firm, specializes in the acquisition and operation of multi-tenant industrial properties and business parks, nationwide. The firm targets properties that can be acquired located in strengthening markets below replacement cost, generate healthy cash flow, and minimize risk from multiple tenants. Avistone was founded in 2013 and headquartered in Laguna Niguel, California.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $3.5M raised in October, 2014
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  39. Monthli ($1M to $10M)

    Monthli is revolutionizing HOA management software. Their cloud based, online platform allows everyone involved in a community to be better informed and improve their property values. But the really revolutionary thing is: It's FREE! But that's madness! How can they do that? They provide your community or management company with best-in-the-industry software that in the future will provide optional paid services. They will also make money through ancillary services, like helping you produce escrow documents, find better and less expensive insurance, and introducing your association to the best vendors and service providers in your area.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in March, 2016
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  41. Centriq Technology ($1M to $10M)

    Centriq is the platform for the smarter home. It is one place for homeowners to turn for all the important information in the house, easily accessible through their smartphone - bringing user manuals, spare parts (and easy ordering through Amazon), maintenance alerts, how to videos from experts, and so much more, all in a free award-winning easy to use consumer app. Co-founded by two executives from Salesforce who simply thought there should be a better way to manage all of the information in their own homes.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $5M raised in January, 2019
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  43. Pillow ($1M to $10M)

    Pillow provides Internet-based management services. It offers information about a property, essential amenities, and other apartments and houses. The company is an Expedia group that solves short-term rentals for multifamily properties, allowing building owners and property managers to have control and transparency over short-term rentals while enabling their residents to rent their units short-term on listings sites such as Homeaway, VRBO, and Airbnb.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $13.5M raised in June, 2017
    • 5 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  45. Sundae ($1M to $10M)

    Sundae’s mission is to help homeowners get the best outcome when it’s time to sell a house that needs some love. For too long, the process of selling outdated and damaged houses has been terrible for sellers. Local property investors capitalize on homeowner distress to purchase houses cheaply and resell them for huge profits. Sundae is putting more of those profits back in the hands of the homeowner. We’ve developed a model to predict when sellers will need our help, and a best-in-class sales and marketing team to reach them and a trusted brand that allows us to grow even faster through word of mouth and referrals. With scale and efficiency, we’re able to redistribute economic value to sellers in the form of the most competitive price so that Sundae can become the largest buyer of homes that need love in the United States.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $36M raised in December, 2020
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  47. Cover Technologies ($1M to $10M)

    Cover is a technology company that designs, manufactures, and installs custom Backyard Studios. Cover’s mission is to make living in a thoughtfully designed and well-built home a reality for everyone. Using proprietary design software and a precision manufactured building system, Cover delivers exceptional design, functionality, and energy performance, in a fraction of the time of traditional custom construction. Cover has launched in Los Angeles and is taking pre-orders worldwide. For more information, visit www.cover.build.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $10M raised in July, 2020
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  49. LeaseLock ($1M to $10M)

    LeaseLock is an insurance technology company replacing security deposits with insurance. Its flagship lease insurance product leverages artificial intelligence to eliminate security deposits from enterprise operating infrastructure—powering a faster, simpler, more affordable rental transaction. LeaseLock seamlessly deploys within the native online leasing checkout, resulting in significant conversion lift—while instantly generating industry-leading coverage for the property on every lease. LeaseLock has insured over $1 billion in leases backed by insurance rated A (Excellent) by A.M. Best. Its global investors include SoftBank Ventures Asia, Wildcat Ventures, Westerly Winds, Vertex Ventures US, Liberty Mutual Strategic Ventures, American Family Ventures, Moderne Ventures, and Mucker Capital.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $52M raised in February, 2021
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
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  51. Havyn (Less than $1M)

    At Havyn, security and convenience are at the heart of everything we do. We bring new insights for property managers to optimize the resident experience and property performance using cost-effective IoT access devices seamlessly integrated with a resident engagement app and a powerful property management platform.Havyn is in the property industry.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in July, 2017
    • 2 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  53. Opendoor ($1B to $10B)

    Opendoor is an operator of an online real estate marketplace used to streamline the sales process of home buying and selling. It helps sellers to receive an offer without listing or showing their home and buyers to browse for homes on sale and instantly unlock them using the company's application that enables customers to buy and sell properties in a hassle freeway. Opendoor was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California.

    • $1B to $10B annual revenues
    • 501-1000 employees
    • $300M raised in March, 2019
    • 4 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  55. Ecomedes (Less than $1M)

    Ecomedes is a provider of a SaaS platform that helps manufacturers, designers, builders, and building owners save time and money. The platform connects manufacturers’ offerings with buyers’ requirements for commercial building products that meet a project’s sustainability goals. It streamlines the processes of collection, maintenance, discovery, comparison, documentation, and performance analysis. Owners, designers, constructors, manufacturers, distributors, and other members of the building project team rely on Ecomedes' catalog of digital products, harmonized with 35 product certifications and 4 building certifications, to build a shared system of record for product evaluation and selection. Kathleen Egan, Paul Shahriari, Brian Rowe, Hung Vo, and Michael Shahriari co-founded the company in San Francisco, California in 2016.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.5M raised in September, 2020
    • 5 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  57. Hostie ($10M to $50M)

    Hostie supports Airbnb host or vacation rental companies with a professional network of Cohosts. Hostie allows Airbnb hosts effortlessly manage their properties. We support our network of professional cohosts with a 24/7 reservation and support services, revenue manager and our software offers one easy management dashboard to measure performance. We work together with our CoHost to maximize revenues and increase guest satisfaction.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in March, 2018
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  59. Serendipia Life ($10M to $50M)

    Global network of community coliving and coworking spaces. We reinvent the way people live where hospitality meets technology in harmony with nature.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in January, 2020
    • 1 founder
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  61. Roofstock ($1M to $10M)

    Roofstock is an online marketplace for investing in leased single-family rental homes in a transparent and low-friction way. The company provides its clients with research, analytics, and insights to evaluate and purchase independently certified properties at set prices. It enables its investors to treat their real estate investments more like stock portfolios, focusing on asset allocation, rather than researching, and buying vacant homes that need to be repaired and leased. Founded in 2015, Roofstock gets its funding from Bain Capital, Ron Conway, Khosla Ventures, Marc Benioff, and other investment companies. It is headquartered in Oakland, California. They're a property company.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $50M raised in January, 2020
    • 4 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
    • Likely to outsource: Available in our premium reports 🔐

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  63. Lyric ($10M to $50M)

    Lyric is a tech and data-powered real estate and lifestyle hospitality company for the modern business traveler. It also designs and operates locally inspired short term rental properties that offer a professional, reliable, and delightful experience, far above what travelers get when they rent from an individual homeowner. Lyric is committed to building a driven, supportive, and diverse environment to ensure they’re all inspired and pushed forward every day. The company was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $160M raised in April, 2019
    • 3 founders
    • CEO Info & Email: Available in our premium reports 🔐
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  65. AgentBridge (Less than $1M)

    AgentBridge is an online platform that delivers property matches and professional referrals through a network of global real estate agents. The platform enables agents to track client needs, network with other agents, and identify authentic matches as well as initiate and execute referrals. It was founded in January 2013 and is based in Rolling Hills Estates, California.AgentBridge is based in Rolling Hills Estates, California.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.3M raised in January, 2014
    • 1 founder
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  67. retsCloud (Less than $1M)

    retsCloud is a managed service that gives you access to an SQL based Real Estate database which gives Realtors and web developers an easier way to connect and work with Real Estate data and photos.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in December, 2013
    • 2 founders
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  68. Point (Less than $1M)

    Point believes in a different approach. Point wants homeowners to be free of their debts and be able to unlock the wealth in their home. To do that, they make it easy for homeowners to sell small fractions of the equity in their home to investors.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $22M raised in March, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  70. Handle Financial (Less than $1M)

    Handle Financial family is led by a team of experts from the payments, mobile and retail IT worlds. They exist to build affordably-priced, innovative products that make it easier for consumers to conduct financial transactions and for businesses to serve those consumers.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $20.5M raised in January, 2017
    • 1 founder
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  72. WanderJaunt ($1M to $10M)

    WanderJaunt offers technology-enabled property management solutions for travelers, homeowners, and accommodations from around the world.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $15M raised in September, 2019
    • 3 founders
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  73. real5D (Less than $1M)

    real5D brings blueprints to life by building 3D, walkable virtual models of real estate properties. We make these virtual buildings social by enabling the broker to meet his/her clients inside these properties. Seeing, walking, and interacting with a 3D property before it is built helps investors see value, brokers sell leases, and developers fix problems. real5D is an experience like no other. We invite you to try it yourself, and see why this immersive technology is the most powerful real estate sales tool on the market: http://real5d.com.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.2M raised in July, 2012
    • 1 founder
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  75. ListReports ($1M to $10M)

    Text or Email us any address in the U.S. and ListReports provides you with the perfect marketing materials to win a listing, sell a home or educate a buyer. It‘s a fast, easy and automated service that you can use in the office or on the go. ListReports is an innovative new startup in the real estate technology industry. Their mission is to deliver easy-to-use, world-class tools that seamlessly integrate into the daily lives of Realtors. ListReports combines cutting-edge technology with extremely high design standards to deliver marketing products that vastly improve the process of buying or selling a home. They are based in historic Old Towne Orange, CA.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $8.6M raised in August, 2020
    • 4 founders
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  77. Zeus Living ($100M to $500M)

    Zeus Living is a property management company, rents furnished housing properties to startups, students, and companies in the Bay Area, Seattle, Los Angeles, and the District of Columbia. It also manages furnished properties on behalf of property owners.

    • $100M to $500M annual revenues
    • 101-250 employees
    • $55M raised in December, 2019
    • 3 founders
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  79. Mynd ($1M to $10M)

    How about the industry’s first mobile app that gives you up-to-the-minute performance data on the fly, for on-the-go control of your real estate investment, wherever you are. You’ll instantly know when rents are paid and have a snapshot of your profits whenever you like. You can also review maintenance requests and approve expenses as they happen, and get alerts about things like local market trends. This radical departure from property management also includes unparalleled service from the Mynd team, led by Doug Brien and Colin Wiel, who have your best interests at heart, at all times. We’re in San Francisco’s East Bay, so get on the waitlist today. You won’t believe what else we have in Mynd for rental property management. They are a property company. Based in Oakland, California.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $42M raised in June, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  81. Leonardo247, Inc. (Less than $1M)

    Leonardo247 provides a systematic approach to managing and optimizing your best practices around risk mitigation, preventative maintenance, and overall property operations. By automating tasks, workflows, and inspections, you eliminate bottlenecks and create visibility across your entire organization.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $9.5M raised in September, 2020
    • 1 founder
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  83. Belong ($1M to $10M)

    There is more than one American Dream. Owning your home is one of those dreams. It's been an aspiration for a long time, and we know that millions struggle to achieve it. But there are other American Dreams. Some of these dreams are about living differently than previous generations - for whom owning was everything. We may want to use our cash to start a business. We may want to experience new places. We may not have the money yet for home ownership, but still dream of living in a glorious home where we can put down roots and experience the sense of belonging. This is a new mindset. We are a community of people looking for a dream rental, and people who own properties and are looking for people who will love them. The old-school terms "landlord"​ and "tenant"​ don’t apply in our world. Here, there are people who want to adopt homes for a while, and people who have wonderful residences ready for them. Our owners are not giant holding companies that own thousands of homes and view them as pure financial assets. There's a level of mutual respect and caring in our world that simply doesn't exist in the transactional, brutalist world of landlords and tenants. We manage properties for our owners, and treat the people who live there with the attention, speed and concern they deserve. And we support those who are living an ownership-free lifestyle by creating a true community everywhere we are. Our residents are connected not only to each other, but also to the local merchants, events, and institutions that give communities their unique character. Before, renters often felt like second-class citizens; with us, they are an immediate and integral part of the community. So, whether you own property and you're looking for someone to live in it and love it, or you're looking for a home where you can put down roots – for however long you're planning to be there – we are the answer. Renting is the new American lifestyle. We didn’t create it, but we're making it sing.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $3M raised in June, 2020
    • 3 founders
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  85. Orbirental ($1M to $10M)

    Orbirental is a web platform designed by technology and vacation rental experts to simplify the vacation rental booking process. The app helps managing team and resources the best way possible at a fraction of the cost of more complex software currently available on the market. Based on a sophisticated, yet easy-to-use sale-centric pipeline, and backed by a powerful automation engine, Orbirental maximizes lead-to-booking conversion rates, decreases operation costs and ultimately increases rental revenues for property owners and agencies.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in June, 2017
    • 3 founders
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  87. Openpath ($1M to $10M)

    Openpath is a mobile access control solutions. Openpath allows anyone to use their mobile phone to open an authorized door with the wave of a hand, without needing the phone or app open. Openpath's patented Triple Unlock technology delivers 99.9% reliability for a secure, frictionless and fast entry experience. With a robust cloud solution, Openpath provides a comprehensive suite of enterprise cloud capabilities, future-proofing the needs of the built environment. The company has introduced innovative Tailgating and Lockdown Solutions providing the ability to lock/unlock any door, zone or building in an emergency from a mobile device.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $36M raised in July, 2020
    • 5 founders
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  89. JoyHub ($10M to $50M)

    JoyHub is a real estate company based in Culver City, California.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.1M raised in July, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  91. Resident Boost (Less than $1M)

    Resident Boost is a funded mission-driven company that is focused on improving the leasing process for tenants, landlords, and property managers. Resident Boost was birthed from the frustrations the founders faced when trying to lease their own apartments. The process was fragmented and the workflow was broken. At Resident Boost, our mission is to make leasing frictionless by leveraging conversational AI and machine learning to reduce the time and involvement needed from tenants, landlords, and property managers.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.8M raised in September, 2019
    • 2 founders
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  93. Sugar (Less than $1M)

    Formerly known as Jetpack, Sugar transforms the residential experience inside apartment buildings.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $1M raised in August, 2019
    • 1 founder
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  95. Homestead ($10M to $50M)

    Homestead finances and manages the conversion of garages into rental apartments. Homestead covers the operations in converting a garage into a rental property, from financing, through design, construction and management, giving homeowners a clear path to financial stability and empowering them to help California's housing crisis.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $1.7M raised in May, 2020
    • 2 founders
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  97. Flow Laboratories ($1M to $10M)

    Buildings are getting smarter except water. Current water management methods are painfully manual and lead to over $10B in annual water damage losses. Our first solution automates water data collection and reporting. This not only improves operational efficiency but also dramatically reduces water damage exposures.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 1-10 employees
    • $0.5M raised in August, 2016
    • 2 founders
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  99. Onerent (Less than $1M)

    Onerent is the largest third-party property manager on the west coast, exclusively managing 7-10% of all vacant single-family rentals in 5 major west coast markets. We’ve built a centralized model for managing rental properties across 800 zip codes, serving over 10,000 homeowners and 50,000 renters in our five years since founding. We’ve built an end-to-end logistics and supply chain platform, enabling us to offer consumers a much more convenient solution at price parity with the incumbents. Onerent’s tech streamlines each step of the rental process from rental applications, home tours, leasing, maintenance, and payments.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $10M raised in February, 2019
    • 5 founders
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  101. AMI Staging (Less than $1M)

    AMI Staging is a real estate company based in San Francisco, California.AMI Staging is based in San Francisco, California.

    • Less than $1M annual revenues
    • 11-50 employees
    • $0.5M raised in January, 2015
    • 1 founder
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  103. Qualia ($10M to $50M)

    Qualia is a digital closing platform used by real estate professionals, lenders, title and escrow operations, and home buyers and sellers in the United States. Processing real estate transactions for millions of consumers each year, our technology brings together users from across the real estate ecosystem to coordinate every step of the closing process through a secure shared platform. Built by a diverse team of experts from across the tech, finance, and real estate industries, Qualia combines an enterprise title and escrow production platform, nationwide vendor marketplace, and online closing room for consumers to create a secure, seamless home buying experience for all. The company was launched in 2015 and based in San Francisco, California.

    • $10M to $50M annual revenues
    • 251-500 employees
    • $65M raised in December, 2020
    • 3 founders
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  105. Open Listings ($1M to $10M)

    Open Listings is a homebuying app designed to make buying a home simple and more affordable. Open Listings was born out of a desire to change the way of buying homes. The company aims to improve and demystify every aspect of the process, from browse to close. The founders came together in 2014 after their own frustrating experiences buying their first homes. It was clear to them that, although technology had already made its mark on many of life’s most critical moments, it had largely left homebuying behind. In a few short years, we’ve made a ton of progress towards reshaping that experience for the better. Their headquarters are located in Los Angeles, California.

    • $1M to $10M annual revenues
    • 51-100 employees
    • $6.5M raised in July, 2017
    • 3 founders
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