Here are 13 women in real estate tech who are shaking things up in the industry.
Caren Maio, co-founder and CEO, Nestio, which is an online leasing platform that streamlines the rental process, promising to rent apartments faster.
Adi Tatarko, co-founder and CEO, Houzz, which is a leading home remodeling and design platform, providing everything people need to improve their homes.
Heather Sittig Jackson, co-founder and CEO, Relola, which is a social platform for agents to share their expertise with buyers and sellers.
Jilliene Helman, co-founder, Realty Mogul, which is an online real estate investing marketplace, connecting accredited and institutional investors to debt and equity investments.
Laura Brady, president and co-founder, Concierge Auctions, which is an online auction marketplace for high-end luxury properties.
Jean Brownhill Lauer
Jean Brownhill Lauer, founder and CEO, Sweeten, which connects homeowners with renovation projects to local design and construction professionals.
Melissa Kwan, founder, Spacio, which offers a digital open-house product allowing agents to better capture and convert leads.
Broker Think Tank
Kathleen Wainwright, founder, Broker Think Tank, which is agent-to-agent home listing promotion and market insight software.
Lindsay McLean, founder, Homelister, which is a new mobile flat-fee listing service for home sellers.
Riti Verma, founder and president, RankMyAgent, which is an online platform that connects real estate agents to consumers by using realtor reviews.
Mallorie Brodie and Lauren Lake
Mallorie Brodie and Lauren Lake, co-founders, Bridgit, which is punch-list software for commercial and residential developers, making construction sites more efficient.
Jude Rasmus, co-founder, Virgent, a flat-fee real estate agency that provides technology tools to home sellers.
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