Open Home Pro, a business that allows realtors to run their open houses via the iPad and collect leads, has been sold to larger real estate search site HomeFinder.com. The app becomes HomeFinder’s first mobile application targeting realtors, as opposed to consumers like its previously launched iOS and Android applications.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed but founder Andrew Machado says the deal was “all cash,” and ballparked it at “right around” a million. Open Home Pro had earlier raised a small angel round of $35.3K, and was lean but profitable.
We first covered Open Home Pro back in December 2011, describing the app, incubated at DogPatch Labs in Palo Alto, as something that solved a serious problem for a real-world industry. On the iPad, the app is an upgrade to the standard “paper and pen” info collection system still used at many open houses today, while also…
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