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Nine Four’s Preview For AIM’s 2019 Conference | Nine Four Ventures

‘This year’s AIM (Apartment Innovation and Marketing) Conference takes place on May 5-8th in Huntington Beach, CA. We are thrilled to be participating on the panel “Don’t Build It, Invest In It: The New Operator Approach to Technology”. Both Kurt Ramirez, Nine Four’s General Partner and Faith Aids, VP of Marketing at our partner, multifamily owner and operator, the Laramar Group, will be speaking to discuss the value that technology has and will bring to the real estate space.’

Built Technologies Announces Series B Financing Led by Goldman Sachs Investment Partners | Built

”Built Technologies, a leading FinTech company propelling construction lending into the digital age, today announced it has completed its Series B financing round of $31 million led by Goldman Sachs Investment Partners. The round included existing investors Index Ventures and Nyca Partners, as well as Regions Bank, Canapi Ventures and Nine Four Ventures, and brings Built’s total funding to $55 million.’

WeWork Files Confidentially For IPO, The Latest Unicorn Startup To Test Public Markets | Forbes

‘The company reported $1.8 billion in revenue in 2018, twice that of the previous year, but it reported a loss of $1.9 billion. The We Company didn’t disclose any financial information in the amended S-1’

Technology Helping Developers Take On More Work Amid Sustained Building Boom | Bisnow

‘With more construction and development teams adopting management platforms and data feeds like Suffolk’s, there are ways to cut down on costs in other aspects of a development. Image and video capturing keeps ownership groups engaged remotely and can cut down on travel budgets. The tech advancements also make it easier for a team to stick to schedule and budget.’

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