Luxury Presence raised $5.4M to boost real estate marketing services

January 11, 2020
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Real estate has always boomed in Los Angeles, and new digital tools are continuously being developed to answer the needs of a market so industrious.

The latest of these is Luxury Presence, which pitches digital marketing services to real estate agents and has raked in $5.4 million in financing to support the buildout of its services and sales teams to manage clients.

Previous investors Switch Ventures led the round, which included participation from new investors Bessemer Venture Partners  and Toba Capital, alongside previous investors Gerald Risk, Peter Kelly, Jonathan Erlich and Blaine Vess.

Malte Kramer, the company’s Chief Executive, said in a statement:

“Our 2020 goal is to build a full digital marketing solution for real estate agents looking to build successful, lead-generating digital brands. 2019 was all about building the best real estate website platform in the sector and I’m so proud of what our team was able to accomplish. Our focus was on how to make beautiful, functional and lead-generating sites that were easily customizable to fit the agent’s needs and demands, and we did just that.”

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January 11, 2020

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