Tech vets launch Seattle real estate startup to crowdfund rental home investing



a group of people posing for the camera: The Arrived team, from left, CEO and co-founder Ryan Frazier, CTO and co-founder Kenny Cason, CFO Joel Mezistrano, and COO and co-founder Alejandro Chouza. (Arrived Photo)


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The Arrived team, from left, CEO and co-founder Ryan Frazier, CTO and co-founder Kenny Cason, CFO Joel Mezistrano, and COO and co-founder Alejandro Chouza. (Arrived Photo)

Another tech-fueled real estate startup has arrived on the scene in Seattle.

Arrived Homes is a crowdfunding platform that allows anyone to purchase shares of rental properties and earn a passive income while the company handles everything from property acquisition to necessary improvements and management of daily operations.

The startup was co-founded by a trio of tech veterans, including CEO Ryan Frazier, formerly of Simply Measured and Sprout Social; CTO Kenny Cason, also from Simply Measured; and COO Alejandro Chouza, who headed up offices for Oyo and Uber. Real estate vet Joel Mezistrano is also part of the team as CFO.

The company got off the ground more than a year ago, but is announcing for the first time this

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