Founded Year

2017

Stage

Series D | Alive

Total Raised

$786.38M

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$102.59M | 21 days ago

About Casavo

Casavo is an online platform for instant buying in real estate. It offers an automated property valuation system, which takes into consideration multiple variables, offers the value of their properties to potential sellers in real-time, and allows them to sell them immediately. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Milan, Italy.

Casavo Headquarter Location

Via Elia Lombardini, 10

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Italy

800-180-476

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  • EVA - Valuation Flow

    It's our solution to obtain the most accurate evaluation of the Fair Market Value of homes in Italy and Spain, providing sellers a real-time estimate of the value. The flow also enables sellers to start their selling process with Casavo, if they wish.

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How much it's raised: $5.1 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Warburg Pincus, Tencent, Tiger Global, SoftBank Hello: $4.03 billion VCG/Contributor/Getty Images What it does: Hello, previously known as Hellobike, is a Chinese bike-sharing platform that also operates a carpooling marketplace . It launched in 2016, amid a boom in bike-sharing platforms in China , and is one of the few companies that survived the subsequent bust . In July 2021, Bloomberg reported that Hello had abandoned its plans to file for an initial public offering in the US because of China's tightening regulations on overseas IPOs. How much it's raised: $4.03 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Chengwei Capital, GGV Capital Gopuff: $4 billion Hannah Yoon What it does: Gopuff is a rapid-delivery startup that delivers food and personal-care products in US cities. In 2021, the company generated a little under $2 billion in revenue, a significant portion of which came from the establishment of 600 new warehouses, a Bloomberg report said . But Gopuff has taken a hit in the recent market downturn. In March, the company laid off 3% of its employees . In July, it cut 10% of its workforce . How much it's raised: $4 billion, according to the company Lead investors: SoftBank, Accel, D1 Capital Partners Swiggy: $3.56 billion Rafiq Maqbool/AP Images What it does: Swiggy is a food-ordering-and-delivery platform that operates in more than 500 cities in India. Since its launch in 2014, Swiggy has acquired five companies, the most recent of which was Dineout, a payments app, in May, according to Crunchbase . In recent years, the company's workers have criticized what they say are low wages and difficult working conditions . How much it's raised: $3.56 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Prosus Ventures, Tencent, Invesco Instacart: $2.9 billion Thiago Prudencio/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images What it does: Instacart users buy groceries for pickup or delivery by personal shoppers. The company reached unicorn status in 2014, just over two years after launching, according to PitchBook . In March, as the tech industry began reeling from the market downturn, Instacart slashed its valuation to $24 billion from $39 billion. In May, the company confidentially filed for an initial public offering that could happen before the end of 2022, Bloomberg reported . How much it's raised: $2.9 billion, according to the company Lead investors: Sequoia Capital, Andreessen Horowitz Rappi: $2.25 billion Rappi What it does: Rappi is a Colombian platform that allows users to buy and schedule deliveries from nearby grocery stores, restaurants, or pharmacies. Rest of World reported in May that the app now helps people make appointments for vaccinations and blood draws and "acts as an intermediary for half a dozen health care providers in Mexico City." But employees have accused it of unfair working conditions — in August 2020, about 1,000 Rappi delivery workers, known as Rappitenderos, gathered in Bogotá to protest what they described as unattainable delivery targets. How much it's raised: $2.25 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: T. Rowe Price, SoftBank, DST Global, Sequoia Capital Ofo: $2.25 billion Andy Wong/AP Images How much it's raised: $2.25 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Alibaba Group, DST Global, Ant Group Grover: $2.2 billion Grover What it does: Grover is a German company that runs a subscription-based rental platform for consumer electronics such as gaming consoles, cameras, headphones, and portable speakers. After raising a $330 million Series C round led by Energy Impact Partners in April, Grover expanded its operations beyond Europe to the United States. How much it's raised: $2.2 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Circularity Capital, Fasanara Capital, Energy Impact Partners Kavak: $2.03 billion Kavak What it does: Kavak  is a Mexican company that operates a platform for buying and selling used cars. A Bloomberg report described the company as Latin America's most valuable startup, with an estimated valuation of close to $8.7 billion. Kavak operates online and through stores across Latin America. In May, it expanded to Turkey , its first outpost outside Latin America. How much it's raised: $2.03 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Kaszek Ventures, Greenoaks Capital Partners, General Catalyst Shein: $1 billion to $2 billion Shein.com What it does: Shein is a Chinese fast-fashion online retailer that says it reaches consumers in more than 150 countries. The Wall Street Journal reported in April that the company was valued at about $100 billion, more than Zara and H&M combined. Shein has popularized itself with shoppers between 18 and 25 by promoting "haul videos" on TikTok. In June, the company launched a $50 million fund to address textile waste, though critics accused it of "greenwashing." How much it's raised: At least $1 billion to $2 billion, according to The Journal Lead investors: Tiger Global and Sequoia Capital China Getir: $1.82 billion Getir What it does: Getir is a Turkish company that operates a rapid-delivery service for groceries and other items. As grocery-delivery companies across Europe struggled this year, Getir laid off about 14% of its workforce in May and scaled back its plans for expansion. Insider reported in July that the company's labor practices were under investigation in New York. 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How much it's raised: $1.78 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Sequoia Capital, Korelya Capital, D1 Capital Partners Lime: $1.47 billion Gregory Bull/AP Images What it does: Lime is a platform for sharing electric bikes and scooters in about 200 cities, predominantly in North America and Europe. The company was valued at $2.4 billion in April 2019, but in the spring of 2020 its revenue dropped by 95% and it cut almost 190 jobs . It has since raised several rounds of funding including a $418 million convertible note led by Uber, Fidelity Investments, and Highbridge Capital Management in November, according to PitchBook. How much it's raised: $1.47 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Uber, GV, Bain Capital Ventures Cars24: $1.41 billion Cars24 What it does: Cars24 , based in India, is a marketplace for buying used cars and motorbikes. Users can also book appointments for vehicle inspections and price vehicles through algorithms. As of December, the company said it was operating in 200 cities in India and attracted 13 million visitors a month to its site, TechCrunch reported . But the past few months have been difficult for the company. Cars24 laid off 600 employees in May, and several top executives recently resigned . How much it's raised: $1.41 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: DST Global, SoftBank, Sequoia Capital India, Vivriti Global Traveloka: $1.37 billion Traveloka What it does: Traveloka is an Indonesian company that operates a search engine for travelers to book accommodations, flights, and activities. The company was launched in 2012 and has built up a presence across Southeast Asia. Bloomberg reported in June that Traveloka had dropped its plans to go public in 2021 but was in talks to raise close to $200 million. 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The Financial Times reported in January that over the past few years companies like Nice Tuan had taken a hit as VCs pulled back from funding Chinese grocery startups in favor of "hard tech" startups. How much it's raised: $1.23 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Alibaba Group, GGV Capital, DST Global, Jeneration Capital Picnic: $1.09 billion Picnic What it does: Picnic , a Dutch company founded in 2015, delivers groceries in 125 cities in Germany and the Netherlands. In July, Newsweek reported , citing Dutch news outlets, that a Picnic supermarket had burned down; a spokesperson for Picnic told the outlet that the police were not pursuing an investigation because they didn't believe it was a deliberate act. How much it's raised: $1.09 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, ABN AMRO Fund Flink: $1.06 billion Picture Alliance What it does: Flink is a German grocery-delivery company that aims to deliver goods within 10 minutes . It was launched in late 2020 and by late 2021 had a valuation of $2.85 billion, TechCrunch reported . The company — one of the few thriving grocery-delivery startups in Europe this year — acquired Cajoo , a French grocery-delivery app, in May and is reportedly valued at close to $5 billion. How much it's raised: $1.06 billion, according to PitchBook Lead investors: DoorDash, Prosus Ventures, Mubadala Capital Zhuanzhuan: $990 million Zhuanzhuan What it does: Zhuanzhuan is a marketplace for secondhand items that launched in 2015. Bloomberg reported last year that Zhuanzhuan, which means "pass on" in Chinese, had appealed to Chinese consumers' growing interest in secondhand goods. Bloomberg also reported in February that while the company had been preparing for an initial public offering last year, it resorted to raising more funding from private investors because of China's tightening regulations on overseas IPOs. How much it's raised: $990 million according to PitchBook Lead investors: Xiaomi Technology, Tencent, 58.com Back Market: $952 million SOPA Images/Contributor/Getty Images What it does: Back Market is a French company that operates a marketplace for refurbished electronics, primarily smartphones. The company's most recent round of funding was a $510 million Series E in January, which valued the company at over $5 billion, according to PitchBook. How much it's raised: $952 million, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Sprints Capital, General Atlantic, Groupe Arnault Lenskart: $939 million NurPhoto / Contributor/ Getty Images What it does: Lenskart is an Indian marketplace for prescription glasses. A Bloomberg report from June described it as India's largest eyewear brand, adding that it ships over 10 million pairs of glasses a year. The report also described Lenskart's acquisition of a majority stake in the Japanese eyewear brand Owndays as creating "one of Asia's biggest online retailers of eyewear." How much it's raised: $939 million, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Avendus Capital, Epiq Capital, Temasek Holdings, Alpha Wave Global Finn: $933 million Finn What it does: Finn is a German subscription company offering cars to people who want to rent them for at least six months. Finn, which has been operating in Germany since its launch in 2019 , expanded to five US states in January. In May, the company raised $110 million in equity to expand its operations across Europe and the US, TechCrunch reported . How much it's raised: $933 million, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Korelya Capital, White Star Capital FirstCry: $901 million FirstCry What it does: FirstCry is an Indian marketplace for baby and children's products. A Bloomberg report from April said the company's increase in sales in 2020 and 2021 helped it recover from losses over the previous several years. The company was in talks to file for an initial public offering this year but has paused its plans amid market volatility. How much it's raised: $901 million, according to PitchBook Lead investors: SoftBank, Premji Invest, Chiratae Ventures, TPG Capital Asia GetYourGuide: $883 million GetYourGuide What it does: GetYourGuide is a marketplace for users to book tours and excursions and buy tickets for attractions. The company is headquartered in Berlin but says it has offices in 14 countries. In 2019, GetYourGuide raised a $484 million Series E round, which it described as the highest funding round for a company in the "travel experiences" category, TechCrunch reported . In 2020, amid pandemic travel restrictions, the company raised funding via a convertible note ; it has not raised an equity round to convert that note. How much it's raised: More than $883 million, according to the company Lead investors: SoftBank, Searchlight Capital Partners, Battery Ventures Casavo: $855 million Casavo What it does: Casavo is an Italian company that maintains a platform for buying and selling homes. A report from the magazine EU-Startups said Casavo works through an "instant buyer" model, meaning the company purchases homes, renovates them, and then finds buyers. Its CEO has said that since its launch in 2021 Casavo has sold 3,200 properties in Italy, Spain, and Portugal, TechCrunch reported . How much it's raised: 843 million euros, or about $855 million, according to the company Lead investors: Exor Seeds, Greenoaks Capital, Project A Ventures Weee: $800 million Weee! What it does: Weee is an Asian-and-Hispanic-grocery-delivery service that ships products across the United States. The company brought in $400 million in revenue in 2021. In April, it raised $425 million in Series E funding from SoftBank, valuing the company at $4 billion. But in June, it laid off 10% of its workforce. How much it's raised: More than $800 million, according to the company Lead investors: SoftBank, DST Global, VMG Partners Carro: $780 million Carro What it does: Carro is a Singaporean used-car marketplace that says it relies on algorithms and human expertise to help people buy and sell cars. Carro also provides insurance and financing services . How much it's raised: $780 million, according to PitchBook Lead investors: SoftBank, Venturra Capital, Mitsubishi, Celestial Sage International ManoMano: $725 million ManoMano What it does: ManoMano is a French marketplace for DIY, gardening, and home-improvement products. Aside from France, the company ships to Spain, Italy, Belgium, Germany, and the UK. In the fall of 2021, the company began talks for an initial public offering, Bloomberg reported . How much it's raised: $725 million, according to the company Lead investors: Dragoneer Investment Group, Temasek Holdings, Eurazeo, Idinvest Partners, Aglaé Ventures Vestiaire Collective: $691 million Vestiaire Collective What it does:  Vestiaire Collective is a marketplace for buying and selling secondhand luxury fashion. In March, the company, based in Paris, acquired a competitor, Tradesy , an American resale platform. It said it became the first resale platform certified as a B Corp in 2021, WWD reported . How much it's raised: $691 million, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Tiger Global, Kering, SoftBank, and Ventech HomeLight: $645 million HomeLight What it does: HomeLight is a real-estate marketplace that matches users with agents and provides insurance and escrow services. In June, TechCrunch reported that the company had acquired Accept, a lending startup based in Denver, Colorado. But Inman reported in July that the company had laid off 19% of its workforce ; it followed layoffs at other real-estate-tech companies like Redfin and Compass. How much it's raised: $645 million, according to the company Lead investors: Zeev Ventures, Menlo Ventures, Group 11 Rohlik: $619 million Rohlik What it does: Rohlik is a Czech grocery-delivery startup that's said to have tens of thousands of items that it buys wholesale and that usually delivers within two hours. Rohlik completed a $231 million Series D in June. How much it's raised: $619 million, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Sofina, Index Ventures, Partech Ventures Harry's: $600 million Hollis Johnson What it does: Harry's is an e-commerce brand for men's razors, shaving cream, and other grooming products. The company launched in 2012 as part of a wave of direct-to-consumer companies like Dollar Shave Club, Warby Parker, and Glossier. Bloomberg reported in April that the company generated more than 50% of its sales from brick-and-mortar stores. In 2020, the Federal Trade Commission blocked the sale of Harry's to Edgewell Personal Care, saying the acquisition "would eliminate one of the most important competitive forces in the shaving industry." How much it's raised: Over $600 million, according to the company Lead investors: Macquarie Capital, Bain Capital Houzz: $600 million Houzz What it does: Houzz is a platform for interior design and home remodeling that helps people share design tips and connect with professionals for hire. Twice in the past few years Houzz has laid off 10% of its staff . In 2019, the company disclosed that a hacker had stolen user information including home addresses, usernames, and passwords from its database. How much it's raised: Over $600 million, according to the company Lead investors: Sequoia Capital, Iconiq Capital StockX: $550 million StockX What it does: StockX is an online marketplace for sneakers, streetwear, collectibles, and gaming consoles. Bloomberg reported in January that the company had begun talks for an initial public offering with Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. In May, Nike accused  StockX of selling counterfeit sneakers on its site. The company  laid off 8% of its staff in early July. How much it's raised: Over $550 million, according to the company Lead investors: Tiger Global, Dragoneer Investment Group, Altimeter Capital Getaround: $523 million Getaround What it does: Getaround is an app that connects people in need of vehicles to owners willing to rent their vehicles out. A 2020 Washington Post article described concerns that criminals were using Getaround to find rides. In May, the company said it would go public via a $1.2 billion SPAC deal, Bloomberg reported . How much it's raised: $523 million, according to the company Lead investors: Menlo Ventures, SOSV, Horizon Technology Finance Facily: $501 million Facily What it does: Facily is a Brazilian e-commerce platform that's often billed as a "social commerce" platform because it allows users to purchase items as a group at discounted rates. In 2021, the company reached unicorn status after a $135 million funding round led by Goodwater Capital and Prosus Ventures. How much it's raised: $501 million, according to PitchBook Lead investors: Goodwater Capital, Prosus Ventures, Monashees Thumbtack: $500 million

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  • When was Casavo founded?

    Casavo was founded in 2017.

  • Where is Casavo's headquarters?

    Casavo's headquarters is located at Via Elia Lombardini, 10, Milan.

  • What is Casavo's latest funding round?

    Casavo's latest funding round is Series D.

  • How much did Casavo raise?

    Casavo raised a total of $786.38M.

  • Who are the investors of Casavo?

    Investors of Casavo include Picus Capital, 360 Capital Partners, Project A Ventures, Greenoaks Capital Management, The D. E. Shaw Group and 18 more.

  • Who are Casavo's competitors?

    Competitors of Casavo include Zefir and 4 more.

  • What products does Casavo offer?

    Casavo's products include EVA - Valuation Flow and 4 more.

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