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Start-up uses AI to zero in on US property deals
Kate Lin | May 8, 2019

Team including former cyber intelligence agents builds model to target real estate transactions
Team including former cyber intelligence agents builds model to target real estate transactions

Skyline AI Co-Founder and CEO Guy Zipori Wins Rising Star Award at Commercial Real Estate 20 Awards 2019
New York Times | Feb 27, 2019

Guy Zipori, CEO and Co-Founder of Skyline AI, an artificial intelligence asset manager for commercial real estate, won the Rising Star Award at Real Estate Finance & Investment Magazine's Commercial Real Estate 20 Awards 2019.
Guy Zipori, CEO and Co-Founder of Skyline AI, an artificial intelligence asset manager for commercial real estate, won the Rising Star Award at Real Estate Finance & Investment Magazine's Commercial Real Estate 20 Awards 2019.

Skyline AI Named to the 2019 CB Insights AI 100 List of Most Innovative Artificial Intelligence Startups
Yahoo! Finance | Feb 6, 2019

Skyline AI honored for achievements in developing an artificial intelligence-based asset management technology for commercial real estate
Skyline AI honored for achievements in developing an artificial intelligence-based asset management technology for commercial real estate

AI Is Already Disrupting the Real Estate Industry, Says Skyline Founder
Meir Orbach | Feb 19, 2019

Speaking at Calcalist's WeTechBerlin conference, Or Hiltch explained the ways artificial intelligence can help people identify real estate opportunities
Speaking at Calcalist's WeTechBerlin conference, Or Hiltch explained the ways artificial intelligence can help people identify real estate opportunities

A Commercial Real Estate Executive’s Guide to Artificial Intelligence
Guy Zipori | Mar 28, 2019

Skyline AI CEO Guy Zipori offers some practical advice for real estate leaders on how to navigate the AI hype and make the right decisions to incorporate new technology into their business models.
Skyline AI CEO Guy Zipori offers some practical advice for real estate leaders on how to navigate the AI hype and make the right decisions to incorporate new technology into their business models.

What Is in a Name? When It Comes to Multifamily, Maybe a Lot
Franco Faraudo | Mar 14, 2019

Certain multifamily names correlate to higher asset value if you zoom in on the stats - but that doesn’t mean changing the name of an apartment building will necessarily create more value.
Certain multifamily names correlate to higher asset value if you zoom in on the stats - but that doesn’t mean changing the name of an apartment building will necessarily create more value.

One of Europe’s Biggest Real Estate Funds Partners With AI Startup
Franco Faraudo | Nov 21, 2018

With almost €700 billion under management DWS, the real estate investment arm of is one of the biggest in Europe and the world. They have over 60 years of experience investing in and managing properties all over the world. But even with their size and organizational intelligence they still see the possibility of using even broader data sets to help them make their property decisions.
With almost €700 billion under management DWS, the real estate investment arm of is one of the biggest in Europe and the world. They have over 60 years of experience investing in and managing properties all over the world. But even with their size and organizational intelligence they still see the possibility of using even broader data sets to help them make their property decisions.

DWS Group partners with real estate tech startup Skyline AI
Tova Cohen | Nov 20, 2018

TEL AVIV (Reuters) - German asset manager DWS Group (DWSG.DE) said on Tuesday it has entered into a strategic partnership with and become a minority shareholder in Skyline AI, a real estate asset management technology company.
TEL AVIV (Reuters) - German asset manager DWS Group (DWSG.DE) said on Tuesday it has entered into a strategic partnership with and become a minority shareholder in Skyline AI, a real estate asset management technology company.

DWS becomes latest investor to back proptech startup Skyline AI
IPE Staff | Nov 20, 2018

DWS Group has become the latest investor to back Skyline AI, a property-technology startup. The €692bn asset manager said it has entered into a “strategic partnership” with and has become a minority shareholder in real estate asset management technology company. Financial details were undisclosed.
DWS Group has become the latest investor to back Skyline AI, a property-technology startup. The €692bn asset manager said it has entered into a “strategic partnership” with and has become a minority shareholder in real estate asset management technology company. Financial details were undisclosed.

Venture Investors Find Plenty Of Powder To Stock Proptech War Chests
Joe Gose | August 1, 2018

Skyline AI Ltd., a property-technology startup, raised $18 million in a Series A round led by investors including Sequoia Capital and TLV Partners, with participation from a unit of Jones Lang LaSalle Inc., said Skyline Chief Executive Officer Guy Zipori
Skyline AI Ltd., a property-technology startup, raised $18 million in a Series A round led by investors including Sequoia Capital and TLV Partners, with participation from a unit of Jones Lang LaSalle Inc., said Skyline Chief Executive Officer Guy Zipori

Skyline AI raises $18M Series A for its machine learning-based real estate investment tech
Catherine Shu | July 31, 2018

A mere four months after coming out of stealth mode with $3 million in seed funding, real estate investment startup Skyline AI announced that it has raised an $18 million Series A. The round was led by Sequoia Capital, a returning investor, and TLV Partners, with participation from JLL Spark, a division of real estate investment management firm JLL
A mere four months after coming out of stealth mode with $3 million in seed funding, real estate investment startup Skyline AI announced that it has raised an $18 million Series A. The round was led by Sequoia Capital, a returning investor, and TLV Partners, with participation from JLL Spark, a division of real estate investment management firm JLL

Sequoia, JLL, TLV Invest in Israeli Property-Technology Startup
Gillian Tan | July 31, 2018

The $18 million Series A round investment in Skyline AI this week continues to raise the profile of the burgeoning proptech sector as startups invent new digital applications to finance, develop, lease, manage and monitor real estate, to name just a few solutions.
The $18 million Series A round investment in Skyline AI this week continues to raise the profile of the burgeoning proptech sector as startups invent new digital applications to finance, develop, lease, manage and monitor real estate, to name just a few solutions.

Real estate investment startup Skyline AI raises $18M in Series A
Konrad Putzier | July 31, 2018

Real estate investment tech startup Skyline AI raised $18 million in a Series A funding round, the company announced Tuesday.
Real estate investment tech startup Skyline AI raised $18 million in a Series A funding round, the company announced Tuesday.

Skyline raises $18 million for AI-powered real estate predictions
KYLE WIGGERS | July 31, 2018

Real estate is a tough market to crack, but Tel Aviv, Israel-based Skyline AI thinks it’s up to the task. The startup today announced an $18 million funding round led by Sequoia Capital and TLV Partners, with participation from JLL Spark and others.
Real estate is a tough market to crack, but Tel Aviv, Israel-based Skyline AI thinks it’s up to the task. The startup today announced an $18 million funding round led by Sequoia Capital and TLV Partners, with participation from JLL Spark and others.

Real estate industry getting smart about working with artificial intelligence
Kyle Campbell | July 5, 2018

Traces of automation can be found throughout the residential real estate market: listings, price estimates and home loans are available at the press of a button. In China, buyers can even consult robot Realtors.
Traces of automation can be found throughout the residential real estate market: listings, price estimates and home loans are available at the press of a button. In China, buyers can even consult robot Realtors.

Skyline AI and Greystone collaborate to bring AI advantages to commercial real estate finance
Andrea Zander | July 3, 2018

Skyline AI, a real estate investment technology company, and Greystone have formed a technological collaboration. The joint effort combines Skyline AI’s artificial intelligence expertise, Greystone’s industry-leading real estate finance sector expertise, and the advanced AI and machine learning capabilities of Greystone Labs — Greystone’s technology innovation department — to boost deal performance and the loan underwriting process.
Skyline AI, a real estate investment technology company, and Greystone have formed a technological collaboration. The joint effort combines Skyline AI’s artificial intelligence expertise, Greystone’s industry-leading real estate finance sector expertise, and the advanced AI and machine learning capabilities of Greystone Labs — Greystone’s technology innovation department — to boost deal performance and the loan underwriting process.

Sequoia-backed Startup Completes Algorithm-Based $26 Million Real Estate Deal
Tofi Stoler | June 18, 2018

Skyline AI develops a machine learning algorithm that identifies real estate opportunities and calculates an asset's current market value and potential future value
Skyline AI develops a machine learning algorithm that identifies real estate opportunities and calculates an asset's current market value and potential future value

Tech Startup Adds AI To CRE Valuation Process
Erika Morphy | April 25, 2018

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL–A routine appointment by a real estate technology firm — that of chief data scientist — will likely land the company on the radar of many potential clients and the industry at large.
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL–A routine appointment by a real estate technology firm — that of chief data scientist — will likely land the company on the radar of many potential clients and the industry at large.

Skyline AI raises $3M from Sequoia Capital to help real estate investors make better decisions
Catherine Shu | March 22, 2018

Skyline AI, an Israeli startup that uses machine learning to help real estate investors identify promising properties, announced today that it has raised $3 million in seed funding from Sequoia Capital. The round will be used to build its tech platform and hire experts in data science and machine learning.
Skyline AI, an Israeli startup that uses machine learning to help real estate investors identify promising properties, announced today that it has raised $3 million in seed funding from Sequoia Capital. The round will be used to build its tech platform and hire experts in data science and machine learning.