Proptech Startups funded by Y Combinator (YC) in the San Francisco Bay Area 2024

April 2024

Browse 16 of the top Proptech startups funded by Y Combinator. Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, these are some of the hottest and fastest-growing startups.

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  • VergeSense
    VergeSense (s2017)Active • 70 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    VergeSense is a Y Combinator-backed startup that develops an AI-powered sensing device for facility management. The sensor-as-a-system platform consists of sensing devices containing a series of different sensor hardware, including an image sensor, coupled with a cloud platform for pre-training machine learning models that run on the hardware, process data and report occupancy analysis back to VergeSense’s cloud.
    artificial-intelligence
    proptech
  • Roofr
    Roofr (s2017)Active • 40 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    We're the all-in-one sales toolbox for roofers with helpful features to grow your business including: Stunning Proposals: Create a professionally designed proposal from a measurement report. Email & capture your clients’ e-signatures from any device. Aerial Measurement Reports: Order an accurate $10 roof measurement report or draw it yourself in minutes with drone, satellite or blueprint imagery. Our mission is to ensure every family has access to an affordable roof.
    saas
    construction
    proptech
  • Banner
    Banner (s2019)Active • 13 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Banner is the operating system for real estate teams. From building acquisition to disposition, Banner moves all communications, workflows, spreadsheets, and file-sharing into one system. With Banner, customers automate away 80%+ of their administrative work, saving up to 10% on project costs. The company is founded by Mark Murphy who formerly worked in RE finance, along with Kunal Chaudhary and Eric Gao, both UC Berkeley EECS alums.
    marketplace
    saas
    proptech
  • HomeRoom
    HomeRoom (w2022)Active • 25 employees • San Jose, CA, USA
    Homeroom helps investors provide affordable housing while making a 22% ROI. We do this by sourcing properties, arranging capital, managing construction, vetting tenants and collecting rent by the room. To date, Homeroom has brought on 85 property investors, growing 6X annually, are bringing in 420K in annualized net-revenue How it works: We help investors buy homes in cities that are attractive to young people, but lack affordable housing options. We then renovate and after about 20 days, the home is ready and we find qualified renters by the room. We launched in 2018 in Kansas City with 1 home. We now have 105 homes in 31 cities. In 2021, we grew rental GMV to $1.8M (300% YoY growth). Our average rent across every property is $458, which is about 50% lower than market comps, and our investors see returns up to 50% higher. We are HomeRoom. Johnny is the financial analyst/domain expert. Thomas is a cereal entrepreneur with a PHD in ML, and Mike hacked growth for Airbnb and Facebook.
    machine-learning
    real-estate
    proptech
    nlp
    data-engineering
  • Topkey
    Topkey (w2021)Active • 5 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Topkey is the all-in-one financial operating platform that simplifies expense management for hospitality managers.
    fintech
    real-estate
    proptech
  • Agave
    Agave (w2022)Active • 11 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    We build data infrastructure (APIs, financial automation) for construction, an unsexy-but-huge ($12T) industry. We help construction software companies integrate with the fragmented and old software that runs construction globally using our API. We help construction companies automate manual work in a no-code interface powered by our own API.
    saas
    construction
    b2b
    proptech
    api
  • Landeed
    Landeed (s2022)Active • 5 employees • Hyderabad, Telangana, India
    Landeed is building India's (then for rest of the world) fastest and most comprehensive property title search engine. More than 84% of Indian household wealth is stored in real estate, property and land. However, with 2/3rds of all court cases in India dealing with land-related disputes, it is essential that people have accessible public records to both protect themselves against litigation and provide appropriate documentation for facilitating transactions.
    documents
    fintech
    civic-tech
    proptech
    insurance
  • PermitFlow
    PermitFlow (w2022)Active • 25 employees • New York, NY, USA
    Intuitive workflow software that helps general contractors and developers identify the optimal permitting process and needed application forms for a particular project, and then easily fill the relevant paperwork to prepare a robust application package.
    govtech
    construction
    proptech
  • inBuild
    inBuild (w2023)Active • 12 employees • Wilmington, DE, USA
    inBuild boosts revenue for home builders by automating the thousands of invoices they receive for every project. For example, when a subcontractor sends an invoice for work they completed, inBuild checks the cost against the project budget, handles any approvals, pays the bill, and updates Quickbooks.
    ai-enhanced-learning
    fintech
    payments
    construction
    proptech
  • Trusty
    Trusty (w2022)Active • 6 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Trusty is an agent-to-agent matchmaking network that searches every home, regardless of whether it's on the market. This means fresh inventory for buyers, private offers for homeowners, and happy real estate agents.
    marketplace
    real-estate
    consumer
    b2b
    proptech
  • 42Floors (w2012)Acquired • 60 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    *Acquired by Knotel in 2018 42Floors was founded in November of 2011 with the vision of making it easy to discover and create your dream office space. Based in San Francisco, the 42Floors team is made up of experienced entrepreneurs, engineers, and real estate professionals. All with a passion for making the commercial real estate search process easier for everyone. On the site, you'll find available spaces, complete with high quality photography and all the data you need to make a decision. The site 100% free to use. 42Floors is currently in every major market in the United States, and we are still growing. We're always here to serve you.
    real-estate
    proptech
  • Starcity
    Starcity (s2016)Acquired0 • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Starcity was one of the largest co-living brands. Exit to Common in 2021.
    real-estate
    housing
    proptech
  • Landed
    Landed (w2016)Acquired • 2 employees • San Francisco, CA, USA
    Landed helps employers develop programs that increase access to homeownership for their employees. We do this by unlocking the power of shared appreciation to create down payment programs tailored to the needs of each institution, improving recruitment and retention of key talent. Unlike other programs, shared appreciation is mutually beneficial to funders and buyers, creating a self-renewing pool of capital that recycles as homebuyers exit the program.
    fintech
    proptech