Digital solution for the LATAM market looking to move away from the traditional real estate transaction avenue, La Haus, is expanding operations into Guadalajara, Jalisco. The launch is just a part of La Haus’ plans to strengthen its presence in Mexico’s real estate market.
Expanding into Guadalajara will add 8,000 new homes and 65 new property partners to La Haus’ offerings.
Rodrigo Sánchez-Ríos, Co-Founder of La Haus said:
“Mexico is our current focus and Guadalajara is one of the most important districts in Latin America. Its geographical location and commercial importance, combined with Mexico’s growing property ecosystem, make it a very important region.”
La Haus brings Latin America a residential marketplace that utilizes smart data and analytics to help users find exactly what they’re looking for. La Haus’ goal is to become LATAM’s main digital option for home buying than traditional means.
The expansion into Guadalajara is just the first step in La Haus’ growth plans within Mexico. The startup already has a presence in Colombia, Medellin, Bogota, and Mexico City with plans for an expansion into more Mexican cities later this year.
In January, the company reported successful funding that would go towards this expansion plan. It raised $35 million in a Series B funding round led by Greenspring Associates, with participation from Acrew Capital, Kaszek Ventures, NFX, Trulia’s Co-Founder, IMO Ventures, Zillow’s Spencer Rascoff, and Hometeam Ventures.