Days after hosting its official launch party, ReaLync announced the close of its
ReaLync is the first real estate focused cloud-based platform to enable live virtual property tours and agent interaction. The company was formed to capitalize on the 90% of buyers and renters that start their property search online, but still physically tour over 15 properties in person on average, according to a study by the National Association of REALTORS©. ReaLync is bridging the gap between still photos online and physically being at a property in person, and doing it by providing an immersive virtual touring experience in real time between agent and client.
The seed funding will be used to hire key additions to the team, such as senior sales and development talent, and will also be used to fuel growth through key marketing and sales initiatives. The amount of seed funding closed is projected to meet the needs of the company until they seek a Series A round of funding in early 2015.
"We are thrilled at the caliber of individuals who believe in ReaLync and want to be a part of our vision to transform the real estate touring process," said
In addition to closing the seed round, the ReaLync team added key business leaders to their company's advisory board. ReaLync's
"My investment in ReaLync is based on the belief that real estate buying habits are evolving to a more web and mobile enabled approach," said
Since launch of its web and iOS product, the company has already exceeded 200 users across
ReaLync is a web/mobile platform that enables live virtual tours of real estate, providing both buyers/renters and real estate agents a more efficient, convenient, and cost-effective way of touring properties. ReaLync transcends the photos and slideshows of yesterday by making property touring mobile, real time, and highly interactive. Learn more at http://www.realync.com and try it today in the
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