Moderne Ventures

Moderne Ventures

A microventure capital in Chicago that focuses on tech real estate, mortgage, finance, insurance, and home service companies

Moderne Ventures is a microventure capital in Chicago that focuses on tech real estate, mortgage, finance, insurance, and home service companies. Founded 2015 in Chicago, Illinois by Constance Freedman, it invests in early stage ventures,series B, series C, seed, and series A rounds. Its portfolio companies include Covered Insurance, Shyft, Nova Credit, Porch, and TransitScreen. As of March 2020, Moderne Ventures has made 50 investments. Their most recent investment was on January 8, 2020, when Porch raised $21M. Moderne Ventures has had four exits, the most notable of which include Tendril, Contactually, and Fieldlens. Moderne Ventures has raised a single venture fund, Moderne Ventures Fund I. This fund was announced on October 1, 2015 and raised a total of $42.8M.

Timeline

2015
Founded

Funded Companies

Company
Description
Industry
Website
Location
Better Mortgage

Better Mortgage offers an online mortgage application which promises faster preapproval and a better rate.

Homebot is a Denver-based company founded in 2015 by Michael Lynch, Ira McMahon and Ernie Graham.

MotoRefi is a mission- based FinTech startup that uses technology to help car owners save money and time.

Homesnap, Inc. is a Washington, D.C.-based real estate company.

Super is a San Francisco-based company founded by Jorey Ramer.

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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Constance Freedman

Founder and Managing Partner

Lindsay Hyde

Venture Partner

Liza Benson

Partner

Michael Baldwin

Senior Associate

Shawn Hill

Partner

Further reading

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Documentaries, videos and podcasts

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Companies

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CEO
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ByteGain, Inc.

Dwelo

EasyKnock

Payfully

Porch

Sagegreenlife

Snappt

StreetWire

Super

News

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Date
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FinSMEs
November 20, 2020
FinSMEs
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lalorek
August 20, 2020
SiliconHills
ICON, the Austin-based startup that builds homes with its giant 3-D printer using concrete as substrate, on Wednesday announced it has closed on $35 million in funding. Previously, the company raised $9 million in seed-stage funding. ICON is arguably one of Austin's most innovative startups tackling big problems like building homes for the city's homeless ...

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