Homie is the best place to buy or sell a home without a real estate agent. Buyers and sellers of real estate can now meet, negotiate, and transact without a middleman, saving up to 6% in commission fees! Selling or buying your next home has now been streamlined. Seamlessly search listings, make offers, schedule walkthroughs, complete paperwork, and finish closing--all with Homie.
Salt Lake City, US
Size (employees)
59 (est)-1%
Homie was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Salt Lake City, US
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Homie Office Locations

Homie has an office in Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City, US (HQ)
100 174 W 200 S
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Homie Financials and Metrics

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Total Funding

$8.3 m

Latest funding size

$4.50 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago


Homie's latest funding round in June 2016 was reported to be $4.5 m. In total, Homie has raised $8.3 m
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Homie News and Updates

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Iconic American alt-rock band Smash Mouth, has somehow maintained internet popularity since their 1999 hit, "All-Star." They can probably thank Shrek or, like, every meme. Smash Mouth leads a pretty normal internet life on social media, making slightly-odd graphics to celebrate various holidays an…

Homie nabs $4 mln seed

UK-based Homie, a home search platform for renters, has raised $4 million in seed funding. Connect Ventures led the round.

Peer-to-peer real estate marketplace Homie wants to replace your realtor with a bot

 Just a few weeks ago I was in Utah for the holidays, spending time with the many family members my husband and I both have there. At one family gathering, a cousin began talking about how he bought a brand new home and sold his own home all without a real estate agent on a site called Homie. Read M…

Utah real estate tech startup Homie expands into mortgage lending

Homie, a real estate tech startup based in Utah, already claims that it can save homebuyers thousands of dollars by automating the buying process and cutting the buyer agent commission out of a real estate deal, and now the company wants to do the same thing in mortgage lending.
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