logo
logo

Here's the investor deck that helped real-estate startup Divvy raise a $30 million Series A led by Andreessen Horowitz

avatar
Jimmy Richmond
img

Two angles facing left, which often indicate, "return to the beginning."

Divvy provides alternative financing options for potential home buyers who don't qualify for traditional mortgages.

It does so by purchasing homes outright and allowing customers to pay it back in a series of monthly payments — 25% of which goes toward building equity and 75% toward paying "rent."

Last October, Divvy raised a $30 million Series A round led by Andreessen Horowitz, with participation from Caffeinated Capital, DFJ, and Affirm CEO, Max Levchin.

Below is the investor deck that helped Divvy raise its $30 million Series A.

Divvy is one of the many Silicon Valley startups working to change the way people buy homes.

collect
0
avatar
Jimmy Richmond
guide
Zupyak is a free content platform for publishing and discovering stories, software and startups.