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Two property heavyweights back Daft.ie challenger Realli

Cairn Homes founder Kevin Stanley and Bartra Capital’s Richard Barrett have contributed to the start-up’s most recent funding round

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
19th January, 2020
Richard Barrett, co-founder and shareholder with new fund Bartra Capital Picture: Fran Veale

Two major players in the Irish property sector have doubled down on their investment in the Daft.ie and MyHome.ie challenger Realli.

New documents filed with the Companies Office showed that Cairn Homes founder Kevin Stanley and Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital Limited have contributed to a new €335,000 injection of funding into Realli last month.

Kellysan Enterprises, owned by Dr Noel Kelly, made a significant €250,000 contribution to the round, while Caudax...

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