It’s been five years since Dotloop sold to Zillow for $108M. Here’s what its founder has planned next
A Cincinnati native who exited the real estate tech startup Dotloop for $108 million has launched a new business, and the company has big plans for the Queen City.
Austin Allison, founder of Dotloop, the real estate tech startup that sold to Zillow Group in 2015, launched a new venture this month called Pacaso, a property tech company that aims to “modernize the generations-old practice of co-owning a second home.” While Pacaso formally calls San Fransisco home, he told me Cincinnati will serve as a primary market to grow his team.
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Written by Liz Engel.
Originally published October 20, 2020.
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