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Fifth Wall launches $118M European proptech fund

Oct 6, 2020

Fifth Wall’s Brendan Wallace and Brad Greiwe (Fifth Wall, iStock) Fifth Wall, the venture capital firm that’s backed Opendoor, States Title and Industrious, is looking overseas for its next hit. The Los Angeles-based firm is currently raising a $118 million European fund to invest in proptech startups. Although the fund is not yet closed, investors so far include the real estate arm of BNP Paribas, the French bank; Pontos, a Finnish family office; MOMENI, a German real estate developer; and Azora, a Spanish investment manager. Etienne Prongué, CEO of BNP’s real estate arm in the U.K., told the Telegraph that the deal with Fifth Wall was “strategically important,” and could serve was a “gateway” for European firms to expand to the U.S. Read more Founded in 2016, Fifth Wall has more than $1 billion in assets under management, having backed companies including Opendoor, States Title, VTS, Industrious and SmartRent. After raising a $212 million inaugural fund in 2017, Fifth Wall closed a $503 million protech fund — the largest of its kind — in July 2019. It has since closed a $100 million retail fund, and is raising a $200 million carbon impact fund. Over the last three years, real estate organizations in Europe have started to recognize the upside to investment in tech. “We believe the European proptech market is underpenetrated and has significant room to grow,” said Roelof Opperman, a managing director at Fifth Wall. There are 805 proptech companies in Britain, 547 in Spain and 342 in Germany, according to a recent study by Oxford University. To date, British investors have pumped $5 billion into the sector.

Brendan Wallace Investments

2 Investments

Brendan Wallace has made 2 investments. Their latest investment was in Dot.LA as part of their Seed VC on January 1, 2020.

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1/9/2020

Seed VC

Dot.LA

$4M

Yes

3L, Act One Ventures, Adam Friedman, Adam Miller, Allison Checchi, Anthos Capital, Austin Allison, Avery Rosin, Brad Gerstner, Brad Inman, Brad Ramberg, Brian Weinstein, CAVU Venture Partners, Chris Ovitz, Ciara Princess Harris, Comcast Ventures, CrossCut Ventures, Danny Passman, David Bonderman, Dick Costolo, Eddy Lu, Elie Seidman, Gabe Greenbaum, GeekWire, Greycroft, Hawke Ventures, Jam City, Jane Park, Jeff Kearl, Jeff Stibel, Jeff Wilke, Jeremy Zimmer, JJ Ramberg, Josh Jones, Josh Yguado, K5 Ventures, Karl Peterson, Keith Richman, Ken Ramberg, Los Angeles Dodgers, M13, March Capital Partners, Mark Mullen, Maveron, Michael Dubin, Michael Stoppelman, Mucker Capital, Navid Mahmoodzadegan, NFX, Paul Levine, Pelion Venture Partners, Perkins Coie, Rand Fishkin, Rick Hess, Ross Hoffman, Russell Wilson, Safire Partners, Sam Teller, Sean Rad, Snap, Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, Thrive Capital, Todd Jackson, Todd Lemkin, Torch Capital, Troy Capital Partners, Upfront Ventures, Watertower Ventures, and Waverley Capital

9

7/21/2014

Seed VC

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$99M

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Date

1/9/2020

7/21/2014

Round

Seed VC

Seed VC

Company

Dot.LA

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Amount

$4M

$99M

New?

Yes

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Co-Investors

3L, Act One Ventures, Adam Friedman, Adam Miller, Allison Checchi, Anthos Capital, Austin Allison, Avery Rosin, Brad Gerstner, Brad Inman, Brad Ramberg, Brian Weinstein, CAVU Venture Partners, Chris Ovitz, Ciara Princess Harris, Comcast Ventures, CrossCut Ventures, Danny Passman, David Bonderman, Dick Costolo, Eddy Lu, Elie Seidman, Gabe Greenbaum, GeekWire, Greycroft, Hawke Ventures, Jam City, Jane Park, Jeff Kearl, Jeff Stibel, Jeff Wilke, Jeremy Zimmer, JJ Ramberg, Josh Jones, Josh Yguado, K5 Ventures, Karl Peterson, Keith Richman, Ken Ramberg, Los Angeles Dodgers, M13, March Capital Partners, Mark Mullen, Maveron, Michael Dubin, Michael Stoppelman, Mucker Capital, Navid Mahmoodzadegan, NFX, Paul Levine, Pelion Venture Partners, Perkins Coie, Rand Fishkin, Rick Hess, Ross Hoffman, Russell Wilson, Safire Partners, Sam Teller, Sean Rad, Snap, Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, Thrive Capital, Todd Jackson, Todd Lemkin, Torch Capital, Troy Capital Partners, Upfront Ventures, Watertower Ventures, and Waverley Capital

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