Josh Jensen bought his first house in Peoria, Ill., when he

was 23. He offered your house to spend for service school and throughout his tech profession– initially as a mechanical engineer and then as an executive for startup companies– Jensen and his better half bought, renovated and turned numerous homes.

“I purchased 10 houses over the last years,” stated Jensen. “I have refurbished them, offered them, gone through the evaluation process. And every time I go through the procedure I’m underwhelmed.”

That deep, deep experience with the process of buying and selling houses led Jensen to discovered Inspectify, a marketplace for home maintenances created to simplify the process of home purchasing (and selling).

Through the platform, purchasers can immediately schedule evaluations and get repair estimates. The company partners with real estate representatives to accelerate transactions.

“It’s leveraging the information to connect with provider to make the total processes far more streamlined,” Jensen said. “We can connect with home buyers to eventually do the work. They utilize this info to help the shift from buying to owning and much better managing a house.”

Jensen’s company, unlike numerous start-ups, is currently earning money. The business currently charges a platform fee off of every assessment reserved, and < a class="crunchbase-link"href="https://crunchbase.com/organization/inspectify-dd08"target ="_ blank"data-type= "company"data-entity="

inspectify-dd08″> Inspectify takes around 15 %of the expense of the evaluation. People invest in average between$380 and $450 on inspections, and the Los Angeles-based business isn’t brief on clients. Jensen said the business is growing its revenue 60% on a monthly basis since its launch in August of last year.

Jensen previously ran operations for the Andreessen Horowitz-backed business FlyHomes. And the other members of the founding group likewise have a history in the real estate video game. Co-founder Taylor Zwisler, a former executive at a start-up called Vault (and a realty representative in a past life), joined Jensen in releasing the Inspectify service along with Denis Bellavance, the business’s primary technology officer and a previous Amazon engineer and serial business owner.

Bellavance previously founded Peach and was a long time staff member at Zillow, introducing the company’s Canadian service.

“My other half and I have a fascinating model on realty investment,” stated Jensen. “We’ll purchase a house, remodel it and live in it and then move. It’s been a huge enthusiasm of ours … at first it was a side gig to bring in more capital.”

Now poised to graduate from < a class="crunchbase-link"href="https://crunchbase.com/organization/y-combinator"target="_ blank"data-type="company" data-entity =”y-combinator”> Y Combinator’s newest friend, Inspectify is coming along at a good time for start-ups focused on real estate.

Over the last couple of years, investments in residential or commercial property innovation and realty management services for both the domestic and commercial market have soared. In all, venture capital investment in home tech amounted to $1.6 billion through May. That number is down drastically, nearly 70% year-on-year, according to data from Keefe, Bruyette & & Woods, cited by National Real Estate Investor. Even that downside came with a historic advantage, with mean offer size was 63% above the historical average, according to the report.

Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.