Berlin Hanno Heintzenberg, one of the co-founders of McMakler, leaves the company at the end of the year. The Handelsblatt has learned this from business circles. Heintzenberg should leave the company at its own request.
The 31-year-old will remain with the company as a shareholder in the future. It is unclear, however, what happens to Heintzenberg's shares in McMakler. The Proptech, as young real estate companies are called, does not want to comment on this.
Heintzenberg's duties will be taken over by Matthias Klauser and Julian Lübke. Both worked for McMakler from the beginning.
"Hanno has spent the last four and a half years doing great things in setting up the entire brokerage structure," says co-founder and CEO Felix Jahn, appreciating the work of Heintzenberg. "We regret his decision."
McMakler is an online brokerage platform, primarily for residential real estate. In the growing business unit, the Proptech competes among others with Homeday and Maklaro.
In the summer, the start-up has taken in a round of financing 50 million euros, so far record for a Proptech company. The valuation of the company with around 500 employees is estimated at 230 million euros.
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