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Jasper raises $2.3m led by European real estate investment giant
Proptech startup Jasper has raised $2.3 million in a funding round led by pan-European investment and asset management firm M7 Real Estate.
MRI Software acquires Rockend, looks to extend reach in A/NZ
According to a statement, the aquisition will help MRI to extend its reach in the A/NZ region and advance plans to add new solutions for the rental and property management space.
Software firm Re-Leased wins accolades at ExportNZ Awards
Napier software firm Re-Leased has won the ExportNZ Hawke’s Bay ASB Exporter of the Year Award.
Need the perfect flatmate? AI can help
A Kiwi entrepreneur has developed a flatmate-finding service called Mogeo, which is an algorithm that matches people to the perfect flatmates.
University of Auckland property students get a taste of VR
The University of Auckland’s Business School is now using virtual reality (VR) to teach students about construction and leaky homes.
Kiwi 'PropTech' startup raises $2.3m to fund expansion
Property tech firm Re-Leased has raised $2.3 million from New Zealand and UK investors in its first external capital round.
Skyfii renews data analytics contract with The GPT Group
“Data analytics are a very useful tool for GPT’s retail and commercial-focused properties.”
Queensland property market finally welcomes the digital age
“The $6 trillion residential property market is too important to be held back from going digital."
NZ house sales rise 2.6% in January, median price dips from December
New Zealand residential property sales rose in January from the same month last year, while data confirmed house prices in Auckland continue to gal
Auckland January house prices slip from December's record in holiday lull
Auckland house prices edged lower in January from record levels the previous month as sales volumes steadied during the summer holiday period, acco
NZ property value annual growth accelerates in January
New Zealand's residential property values grew at a faster annual pace in January as a shortage of houses for sale in Auckland continued to fan the