RealMassive announced Thursday it has completed its Series A round with a large investment from RHS Investments.
The Austin-based startup has raised $8 million so far. Hank Seale, chairman of the board for Q2 Holdings, runs RHS. RealMassive also named Seale as its chairman of the board.
Craig Hancock, co-founder of RealMassive will now serve as CEO and Joshua McClure, also a co-founder, will serve as president. They will focus on sales in Austin.
“We are thrilled to announce the completion of our Series A, and we welcome Hank as Chairman of the Board,” said Hancock. “Hank’s public company experience provides RealMassive with exceptional senior leadership as we scale data-driven solutions to the commercial real estate industry. The Austin market reached data-maturity first, leading the nation as the earliest adopter of our premium products and services.”
RealMassive, which launched in 2013, provides accurate real-time data platform and analytics for the commercial real estate industry in Austin.
RealMassive has 29 employees and has launched in 33 major markets in the last year and a half. It provides information about 4.6 billion square feet of commercial real estate properties. Its partners include many of the nation’s leading commercial real estate companies including CBRE, Brandywine, Oxford, Cushman & Wakefield and others.