Horiz.io, an SaaS platform aiming to simplify real estate investment for property search, yield calculation & rental management, has secured over €200,000 from more than 210 investors at the time of writing via its crowdfunding campaign, carried out via Crowdcube with currently less than two weeks in the securities offering.
Accessible to B2C and B2B, Horiz.io is based in France and claims 300k+ users. Horiz.io is fundraising “to finance its growth.”
The firm offers equity 3.69%; reports a pre-money valuation of €5,220,926; a share price of €7.22.
At present, the company is reporting 300k+ registered users and 20k+ property lots managed on the platform. In addition to this, there are reportedly 8.82M rental yield simulations carried out since 2016. The company raised 1.2M€ from investment funds Naco and Galia Gestion. It claims to be rated 4.5/5 on Google (128 reviews).
While sharing the problem they aim to address, the company explains that they think that investing in real estate is “a complex process as it requires a lot of time, competencies and knowledge.” They believe that finding all “the trusted advice and tools online can be a challenge.”
Their proposed solution:
Horiz.io is a SaaS platform that “gives you access to tailor-made tools for all your rental investment projects.” You can use it to “find your property, estimate your rentability and manage the rental.”
Market & Growth:
Since 2013, we’ve had 300k+ registered users and 20k+ property lots “managed on the platform. We are rated 4.5/5 on Google.”
Through a SaaS business model, our software is “accessible for B2C, and we launched a B2B offer in 2023. B2C: 19,99€/month B2B: 99€ to 149€/month.”
They believe that software competitors “are limited both for B2C and B2B mainly due to the barrier to entry, and that turnkey offer companies are partners rather than competitors.”
Use of funds:
They are raising funds to finance “the growth of their B2C real estate investment turnkey offer and mostly our new B2B SaaS offer.”
They started bootstrap, and then in 2021, they “raised 1.2M€ from Investment Funds Naco and Galia Gestion.”
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