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San Francisco actual property tech agency opens regional hub in Tampa • St Pete Catalyst

San Francisco-based real estate technology company HomeLight has opened a regional center in Tampa, a critical step in its expansion plans for the state.

HomeLight, which provides a platform that provides real estate agents and their clients with expertise in the property buying and selling process, announced Monday that the location in the Westshore Concourse Center will serve as the company’s operational hub for Florida. It will be dedicated to providing exclusive, tech-assisted title and escrow services to the best real estate agents.

The new office will create at least 100 jobs in Tampa and more than 500 across the state, according to the company’s news release.

“With HomeLight planning to hire at least 500 people across the state of Florida, Tampa is an ideal city to serve as our first Florida office and regional hub because of its vibrant culture, booming business scene and diverse talent pool,” said Ankur Bansal , President of HomeLight Closing Services, told the St. Pete Catalyst in a prepared statement. “Our Tampa office will currently serve the St. Petersburg area – and as we continue to expand our products and services across Florida, we are considering opening additional offices both locally and across the state.”

HomeLight has been drawn to Florida as its closure service line has grown more than 500% in the state since June 2020, as well as Florida’s rapidly growing population.

The new location is an important step for HomeLight as the company continues to expand its presence in Florida and the United States

The HomeLight Listing Management Tool (photo courtesy of HomeLight).

“Thanks to HomeLight’s technology platform and the incredible attention to detail from their trustees, we can manage the closing process for our clients with ease – and shorten our closing date for clients compared to other traditional competitors in the neighborhood.” / The broker from Max Capital Realty , Clyde Murphy said.

HomeLight was founded in 2012 and is a privately held company with offices in Scottsdale, San Francisco, New York and Seattle, backed by well-known investors such as Zeev Ventures, Menlo Ventures, Group 11, Crosslink Capital, Bullpen Capital, Montage Ventures, Citi Ventures becomes. Google Ventures and others, according to the company’s press release.

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