The service, which is currently only available in the capital Warsaw, allows users to buy, sell and rent property through an online tool which focuses exclusively on properties marketed by brokers.
SpeedUp’s investment will allow the business to expand to other Polish cities such as Poznań, Wrocław, Kraków and Trójmiasto, the company said.
Bartłomiej Gola, managing partner at SpeedUp, said, “The decision to invest was based on insightful market analysis.
“Starbroker.pl is a simple, transparent and democratic tool. It promotes the best agents not the agencies that have large budgets to position their listings in the search engines.
“Furthermore the platform has a great team with deep knowledge of the real estate market.”
SpeedUp, which manages four funds, recently invested in Home Profit, a card-based affiliate scheme designed to help people save money when furnishing their home.
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