Thoma Bravo sells a RealPage for $ 10,200 million

2020 has a year of great economic growth for the inversion company Thoma Bravo, founded by the Puerto Rican Orlando Bravo. Lease sold for $ 11,000 million to company Ellie Mae – the platform for obtaining mayoral mortgage lenders in the United States this week announces the purchase of RealPage, the most important software company for the real estate and market analysis and real estate sector, for $ 10,200 million.

The sale, which includes the company’s net debt, will pay the shareholders $ 88.75 and effect per share. The purchase is at the disposal of the mayor Quantum in the history of Thoma Bravo, a company specializing in the purchase and sale of technology companies and software age. Actualmente la firm amounts to $ 73,000 million and assets.

It was reported that a transaction was completed, RealPage, owned by Richardson, Texas, will continue to operate under the leadership of President and Executive Director Steve Winn.

“The leading platform in the RealPage industry is fundamental to the real estate ecosystem and has enormous potential in the future, said Orlando Bravo, founder and social manager of Thoma Bravo. “Our company has a history of acquiring vanguard software vendors for specialized industries and boosting innovation and creation without sacrificing service to its main business and customers. Juntos, RealPage and Thoma Bravo can be used to create the company’s market offers and increase their current capacity to capitalize on the real estate market that is more complex and expanding, ”Bravo details.

The RealPage technology platform is reconciled because it allows property owners and wealthy administrators to change the form in which the experimental persons use the space to breathe. Customers use the platform to gain transparency in the deployment of assets, provide data information and monetize the space to create incremental returns. Currently provides services to more than 19 million units worldwide from offices in North America, Europe and Asia.

“We believe that this transaction will have an immediate and sustained value to RealPage’s shareholders, as it reflects the tremendous work he has done to build our company. I’m extremely sorry about this work and I’m also pleased that the transaction brought us the opportunity to work with Thoma Bravo, a company with a huge investment and software and operational capabilities. “We will increase our capacity to concentrate on executing our strategy widely and offering products and services to the best of our customers and societies,” said Winn.