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Follow the Money: Dallas Unicorn Adds Cisco Investments as New Backer; Fort Worth Glove Maker Lands $58M for Facility, HQ Upgrades; and More

by | Jul 29, 2022
Plus: Southlake SPAC to take financial services firm public; real estate startup Nada Closes $8.1M seed round; Southlake PE firm is raising two biotech-focused funds; Jones family-backed investment firm acquires travel software company; and more North Texas deals.
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Dallas-Based Nada Closes $8.1M Seed Round to Make Real Estate Investments More Accessible to All
by | Jul 27, 2022
Nada's Cityfunds enable people to invest in single-family rental homes and fractionally invest in owner-occupied homes in Dallas, Austin, and Miami. With the new funding, Nada plans to expand Cityfunds to six new cities, grow its Oak Lawn-based staff to around 60, and develop a home equity-accessing debit card.

“We fundamentally believe that we can make a material difference to people's lives by making real estate as an asset more accessible,” co-founder and CEO John Green told Dallas Innovates.
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Real Estate Tech Startup Nada Relocates Dallas HQ as it Looks to Quadruple Headcount
by | Mar 1, 2022
The startup's new digs in Oak Lawn will give it room to grow its workforce from 15 to around 50 by end of year. Enabling people to invest in single-family rental homes and fractionally invest in owner-occupied homes, Nada has attracted over $2 million from investors into its Cityfunds in Dallas, Austin, and Miami. Now it's expanding to Houston and other cities, launching a debit card, and expecting new funding soon.
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Dallas Residential Real Estate Startup Nada Raises $1.07M on Republic—the Max Funding Amount
by | Mar 2, 2021
Sell a home online—and pay absolutely nothing. That's the premise behind Nada, a residential real estate startup that's raised the maximum amount allowed by the SEC for its public equity offering on Republic, a crowdfunded investment platform. According to its CEO, Nada is the first Dallas company to do so.
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