Househappy Press Kit

Earlier this year Househappy launched two products that help homeowners track and manage the upkeep of their homes. In the same way a car dealership will send you a reminder about getting your oil changed or tires rotated, Trax and Trax Plus deliver reminders about home maintenance, and can make suggestions about potential contractors and offer project quotes.

A few week’s ago, the Business Journal’s tech reporter, Malia Spencer, wrote an entire cover story on seven of the strongest and most well-known tech companies in Portland’s booming market. She also turned her spotlight on the next wave of startups that are on the rise. Among those latter eight, four of them are in the real estate space.

Portland startup Househappy has scooped up Beaverton-based GruntWorks.
The move aims to create a unified platform for consumers looking for their next home as well as homeowners seeking maintenance help.
While the deal's terms weren't disclosed, the small GruntWorks team will join Househappy. GruntWorks CEO Scott Fouser is now Househappy's chief revenue officer. “Together our brands are scalable to provide continued great service, in addition to new products to a greater number of people at a faster rate,” said Fouser in a written statement. “Our ability to assist homeowners just got a lot more sophisticated.”

Househappy Raises Cash, Gets New CEO

A new Chief Executive Officer has joined the HouseHappy team and the real estate search specialist based in Portland is now getting ready for important new features. Fresh funding has also arrived to continue the development of the portal. The start-up has attracted $1.3 million funding during the earlier days of August. Fidelity National Financial is among its investor list.

Househappy has a new CEO and fresh funding to help continue development of its real estate listings portal.

The Portland startup earlier this month reeled in a $1.3 million funding round that included participation from Fidelity National Financial.

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