Last week’s 32 FinTech rounds highlight how Latin America is exploding with new activity, how open banking has nudged closer to being fully adopted across Europe and the rising popularity of teen-focused ventures.
ZeroDown, a platform which helps customers buy a home without the need of a down payment, has collected over $100m in debt capital.
EasyKnock, a technology-powered institutionalised residential sale-leaseback company, has bagged $20m in a new funding round.
Whiteboard Technologies, a CRM tool for the mortgage industry, has netted $2.5m in its Series A round.
London PropTech startup Bricklane.com has raised £1.3m in seed funding. The pre-launch investment comes from UK online property portal Zoopla and LocalGlobal.
Obligo has landed $5m to replace the security deposit when renting property with open banking technology.
Bofink was launched in 2017 to provide mortgage health checks through an app. However, the Swedish startup has now been forced to reconsider its business idea.
Home equity financing platform Patch Home has secured $1m in Seed funding as it launches out of private beta mode in California.
The WealthTech and cryptocurrency FinTech sectors were among some of the winners of the investment rounds recorded last week.
Goodlord, a digital lettings software provider, has closed the doors on its Series B round after pulling in £10m.