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A decade after the Silicon Valley legend Marc Andreessen proclaimed that “software is eating the world,” software is now eating the home.

Proptech startups — including iBuyers (Opendoor), brokerages (Compass), construction firms (Procore) and insurance companies (Lemonade) — have made waves with billion-dollar valuations and high-profile IPOs, and the sector is only growing. Investors poured $3.9 billion into 89 U.S. proptech deals during the first quarter of 2021, according to Pitchbook.

“It’s the golden age of real estate tech in many ways,” said Errol Samuelson, chief industry development officer at Zillow Group.

In this month’s magazine, we explore the ways in which tech and real estate have become intertwined, including

But that’s not all — other big stories on tap include

… And much more! Subscribe today and check out the new issue here.


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