Fifth Wall Ventures

Fifth Wall Ventures

Fifth Wall Ventures, founded in 2016, is a venture capital firm focused exclusively on real estate technology.

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As of May 2017, Fifth Wall had invested roughly $70 million dollars in half a dozen companies, including portfolio management software company VTS, home-selling platform Opendoor, title insurance startup States TitleStates Title, and storage provider Clutter. Other investments include ClassPass (a reservation app for fitness classes); B8ta (technology retailer) and Notarize (online notary software). The fund’s biggest holding as of May 2017 was OpenDoor, which has raised almost $320 million.

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The firm was founded by Brad Greiwe and Brendan WallaceBrendan Wallace. Greiwe co-founded single-family home rental company Invitation Homes, which went public in 2017 with a $6.7 billion valuation. Wallace started his career as a real estate analyst at Goldman Sachs and worked for The Blackstone Group's real estate division. He also founded Identified (company) and co-founded Cabify. Greiwe met Wallace through Blackstone, which was the only investor in Invitation Homes. The two began investing by forming special purpose vehicles.

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The firm was founded by Brad Greiwe and Brendan Wallace. Greiwe co-founded single-family home rental company Invitation HomesInvitation Homes, which went public in 2017 with a $6.7 billion valuation. Wallace started his career as a real estate analyst at Goldman Sachs and worked for The Blackstone Group's real estate division. He also founded Identified (company) and co-founded Cabify. Greiwe met Wallace through Blackstone, which was the only investor in Invitation Homes. The two began investing by forming special purpose vehicles.

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Fifth Wall Ventures was formed in 2016 with capital commitments of more than $20 million. The firm announced a $221 million fund in May 2017. About half of Fifth Wall’s $240 million in funding comes from strategic real estate industry partners. These include CBRE Group, the largest commercial real estate services and investment firm in the world; Prologis, the largest industrial REIT in the world; Equity Residential, the largest owner of apartments in the USUS; Lennar Corporation, the second largest homebuilder in the country, Macerich, a mall operator; Lowe's, the home improvement chain; Host Hotels & Resorts; and the office developer Hines.

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The firm was founded by Brad Greiwe and Brendan Wallace. Greiwe co-founded single-family home rental company Invitation Homes, which went public in 2017 with a $6.7 billion valuation. Wallace started his career as a real estate analyst at Goldman Sachs and worked for The BlackstoneBlackstone Group's real estate division. He also founded Identified (company) and co-founded Cabify. Greiwe met Wallace through Blackstone, which was the only investor in Invitation Homes. The two began investing by forming special purpose vehicles.

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Fifth Wall Ventures Raises $503M To Invest In Real Estate Tech

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July 17, 2019

Fifth Wall Ventures raises $503m for its second fund.

The fund will be used to invest in real estate technology.

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Fifth Wall Ventures was formed in 2016 with capital commitments of more than $20 million. The firm announced a $221 million fund in May 2017. About half of Fifth Wall’s $240 million in funding comes from strategic real estate industry partners. These include CBRE Group, the largest commercial real estate services and investment firm in the world; Prologis, the largest industrial REIT in the world; Equity Residential, the largest owner of apartments in the US; Lennar CorporationLennar Corporation, the second largest homebuilder in the country, Macerich, a mall operator; Lowe's, the home improvement chain; Host Hotels & Resorts; and the office developer Hines.

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As of May 2017, Fifth Wall had invested roughly $70 million dollars in half a dozen companies, including portfolio management software company VTS, home-selling platform Opendoor, title insurance startup States Title, and storage provider Clutter. Other investments include ClassPass (a reservation app for fitness classes); B8taB8ta (technology retailer) and Notarize (online notary software). The fund’s biggest holding as of May 2017 was OpenDoor, which has raised almost $320 million.

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As of May 2017, Fifth Wall had invested roughly $70 million dollars in half a dozen companies, including portfolio management software company VTSVTS, home-selling platform Opendoor, title insurance startup States Title, and storage provider Clutter. Other investments include ClassPass (a reservation app for fitness classes); B8ta (technology retailer) and Notarize (online notary software). The fund’s biggest holding as of May 2017 was OpenDoor, which has raised almost $320 million.

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