#1 ACCELERATOR IN REAL ESTATE
Accelerating the top technology companies into real estate and adjacent verticals.
REACH is a growth accelerator created by Second Century Ventures, an early-stage technology fund, backed by the National Association of REALTORS®.
REACH leverages 100 worldwide bilateral partnerships in 85 countries and an unparalleled network of executives within the commercial and residential real estate marketplaces. Second Century Ventures’ REACH Accelerator manages a portfolio of over 130 technology companies.
REACH will help launch and accelerate the most promising new technology companies in the real estate and adjacent industries through an intensive event-based program. Based in Chicago, IL, REACH will leverage an exceptional community of real estate industry executives, investors, developers, mentors, and entrepreneurs along with the global REACH Accelerator network.
HEAR FROM OUR MENTORS
"Being a mentor for NAR REACH has been one of the most fulfilling experiences for me. Not only do I get a sneak peek of what emerging technologies are coming into the industry, I am able to help those companies shape their products and their approach to better serve agents and brokers."
"I like to be a REACH mentor because not only do I get to see amazing new technologies directly from the founders, but I get to give constructive criticism and brainstorm on real-life applications from a REALTOR® perspective and possible end user. I feel like I get to contribute to the development and evolution of technology which ultimately helps members and the real estate industry."
"Mentoring satisfies my desire to learn from, as well as, to lend insights to like minded entrepreneurs trying to navigate this crazy intersection of real estate and technology. The give and take is both personally and professionally rewarding."
"I’m honored to be a mentor for the Second Century Ventures REACH program. Through the program, I’m able to meet and advise the brightest new companies driving innovation in the real estate and mortgage industries."