Led by Goldman Sachs, Built Technologies raises $31 million in Series B

Led by Goldman Sachs, Built Technologies raises $31 million in Series B

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Built Technologies, a leading FinTech company propelling construction lending into the digital age, today announced it has completed its Series B financing round of $31 million led by Goldman Sachs Investment Partners.The round included existing investors index Ventures and Nyca Partners, as well as Regions Bank, Canapi Ventures and Nine Four Ventures, and brings Built’s total funding to $55.

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Fintech construction company Built Technologies announced it raised $31 million its Series B financing round. The round, which brings Built’s total funding to $55 million, was led by a big name in capital: Goldman Sachs Investment Partners.

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According to Housing Wire, Built Technologies was able to raise $31 million for the series B funding round, thus bringing the total company funding to a whopping $55 million. Apart from Goldman Sachs, other key investors and lenders in the financial technology platform included Canapi Ventures, Nine Four Ventures, and Regions Bank.

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Nashville-based Built Technologies, a construction lender, has secured $31 million in Series B financing. Goldman Sachs Investment Partners led the round with participation from Index Ventures.

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