La Haus, a Colombian provider of end-to-end online brokerage services for buying and selling residential properties, has raised a series C round of $62 million USD, according to research platform Tracxn.
Founded in Medellín by a group that included two of former President Álvaro Uribe’s sons — Jerónimo Uribe and Tomás Uribe — the “proptech” startup is building off of the $135 million USD rounds it completed in 2021.
In addition to its Medellín location, the company also operates in Bogotá and Mexico City.
“For most people, homeownership is key for the creation of wealth and stability,” said co-founder Rodrigo Sánchez-Ríos in 2021 after La Haus completed its series B round. “Before now, it’s been out of reach for many Mexicans and Colombians. We’re excited to use this funding to bring this opportunity to many more people across Latin America.”
Photo: La Haus leadership team gathers in 2021: Rodrigo Sanchez-Rios, Jeronimo Uribe, Thomas Floracks, Santiago Garcia. (Photo: La Haus)