Inman News unveiled seven members of the inaugural class of the Inman Incubator program today. Inman Incubator is a startup accelerator that offers a year’s worth of mentorship and up to $100,000 in promotional consideration to its enrollees.

The enrollees announced today were: HomeLight, Zumper, RealScout, NuOffer, Homing In, Happy Inspector and Realty Mogul.

Tomorrow, Inman News will introduce the six other startups that have been accepted into the program.

In addition to mentoring and promotional consideration, Inman Incubator participants will enjoy referrals to startup accountants, banks, lawyers, technical groups and other service providers, business plan review, and two founder meetups per year in San Francisco and New York City.


Google-backed HomeLight is a website that claims to match homebuyers and sellers with real estate agents based on transaction performance data.


Zumper is a national rental listing portal that obtains its listings through direct relationships with landlords, brokers and property managers. The company, which is backed by Greylock Partners, recently launched a free iPhone app, Zumper Pro, that allows an agent or landlord to create a listing from a unit and a digital flier for Craigslist.


RealScout is a search portal that allows homebuyers and agents to search MLSs based on qualitative criteria like open floor plans, high ceilings, large backyards and natural light.


NuOffer claims to enable agents to digitally negotiate a property sale in less than three minutes from a tablet.

Homing In

Homing In is developing a product that allows agents to share pictures and notes on properties.

Happy Inspector 

Happy Inspector creates mobile apps that assist with property inspections.

Realty Mogul 

Realty Mogul enables accredited investors to buy shares of investment properties like office buildings, apartment buildings and retail centers.

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