Austin-based OJO Labs closed on a $62.5 million round of funding led by Wafra, the company said Wednesday in a release.

OJO Labs, founded in 2015, combines human and machine intelligence to provide personalized property recommendations and insights.

Breyer CapitalLiveOak Venture PartnersRoyal Bank of Canada and Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures also participated in the new round of capital that gives OJO Labs a total raise of $71.5 million, according to Crunchbase data. The company’s last funding round was a $45 million Series C in March 2019.

“The way people buy and sell homes is changing,” Jim Breyer, founder and CEO of Breyer Capital, said in a written statement. “This evolution has been expedited by recent events, and the real estate industry is on the cusp of something new in the wake of COVID-19. With a clear vision for the future and the technology to back it up, I believe OJO Labs is poised to be a leader in the next era of the homebuying industry.”

In addition to the investment, OJO Labs announced the acquisition of San Mateo, California-based Movoto, a residential real estate search site boasting nearly 24 million monthly visits. The acquisition amount was not disclosed. Movoto is OJO Labs’ third acquisition in the past two years.

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