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Last Raised$3.5M | 3 yrs ago
Unison makes long-term investments in individual residential properties through two programs: Unison HomeBuyer, which provides a portion of the down payment needed to purchase a home, and Unison HomeOwner, which allows current homeowners to tap into their home equity without interest or monthly payments.
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Allowing homeowners to unlock their accumulated equity in their primary residence
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Apr 17, 2023
Trusts are booking private emergency vehicles and crews up to a year in advance to be available to respond to emergency incidents, Unison said. (Simon Dawson/PA) / PA Wire T he NHS is spending more than £1 million a week hiring private ambulances to attend emergency calls, according to research by a trade union. Unison said its figures were based on responses from two thirds of ambulance trusts in England that pay commercial companies to provide cover for critically ill patients. More than a dozen private companies are being commissioned by ambulance trusts across England to fill widening gaps in services and to meet response times amid overwhelming demand, the union claimed. This spend on private 999 services shows a lack of long-term planning and is a shocking waste of money Trusts are booking private emergency vehicles and crews up to a year in advance to be available to respond to emergency incidents such as road traffic accidents and stroke patients, said Unison. Read More It warned that spending tens of millions on private 999 cover is a “short-term fix, not a long-term solution to the crisis in ambulance services”. Speaking ahead of the union’s annual health conference in Bournemouth, Unison’s head of health Sara Gorton said: “This spend on private 999 services shows a lack of long-term planning and is a shocking waste of money. “It’s nothing more than a sticking-plaster solution. “Ambulance services are in a desperate state because the Government has failed to invest long term. “Patients are waiting ages for help to arrive or worse still dying before crews can reach them. “Others are stuck in emergency vehicles outside hospitals for hours and hours on end waiting for a bed. “This is a crisis of the Government’s own making that can only be resolved with a long-term plan. “Ministers must step up and come up with proper funding to tackle increasing demand and pay staff properly.” Register for free to continue reading Sign up for exclusive newsletters, comment on stories, enter competitions and attend events.
Unison Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Unison founded?
Unison was founded in 2004.
Where is Unison's headquarters?
Unison's headquarters is located at 650 California Street, San Francisco.
What is Unison's latest funding round?
Unison's latest funding round is Loan.
How much did Unison raise?
Unison raised a total of $97.77M.
Who are the investors of Unison?
Investors of Unison include Paycheck Protection Program, F-Prime Capital, Citi Ventures, RBC Ventures, Ron Suber and 4 more.
Who are Unison's competitors?
Competitors of Unison include Figure Technologies, Unlock, Kiavi, Point, AlphaFlow and 11 more.
What products does Unison offer?
Unison's products include HomeOwner.
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Cadre operates a data-centric investing platform. It offers predictive models and workflow tools that helps users to invest in a diversified portfolio of properties in high-growth markets. It offers commercial real estate investing for individuals, advisors, and institutions. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in New York, New York.
Roofstock runs an online marketplace where retail and institutional investors can buy and sell rental homes. It identifies local property managers to help new owners manage homes. It was founded in 2015 and is based in Oakland, California.
AlphaFlow offers an automated real estate investment management service. It offers automatic portfolio diversification for real estate investments. The company applies data, analytics, and technology to create diversified, passive income-producing portfolios. It was founded in 2015 and is based in San Francisco, California.
PeerStreet is an investment platform focused on democratizing access to real estate debt. The company provides investments in short term, real estate backed loans. PeerStreet allows investors to diversify their capital in an asset class that has been traditionally difficult to access. Loans are sourced and curated from vetted private lenders throughout the United States who have real estate knowledge and borrower relationships. The model allows for more borrowers to access capital and improve their local communities, one house at a time.
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