Homeday is a fast growing company founded 2014. Since then, we’ve been on a mission to revolutionise the way people sell and buy property. At Homeday we believe that there is a better way, by offering more transparency, efficiency and an overall smoother experience for all parties involved. Through our unique technology, our personal customer service and our local real estate partners, we aim at making real estate transactions as simple, effortless and fast as possible. After all, it’s the place we live in that matters most to us and there is no reason why buying or selling such shouldn’t be easy.
Today, Homeday is one of Germany’s largest platforms to find the best local agents and sell properties. We’re a team of around 50 people working in our offices in the hearts of Berlin and Cologne. Together with our more than 2,000 local partners, we want to improve the customer experience and property technology market as a whole.
We’re thinking big: Our mission is to revolutionise the real estate market across the world. To achieve this, we are constantly looking for independent-thinkers who share our passion for making a change, enjoy taking on responsibility and getting things done.
During his BWL (Business Administration) course at the University of Mannheim, Steffen Wicker founded his first company, simfy, which he developed into one of the fifth largest music streaming services in the world. As the Homeday Managing Director, he is responsible for strategy and products.
After his BWL (Business Administration) course at the University of Mannheim, Dmitri Uvarovski developed the Business Intelligence department at the music streaming company, simfy. After that, he worked as a Business Intelligence consultant for 2 years. He now looks after user acquisitions at Homeday.
After studying at the DHBW in Ravensburg, Philipp Reichle, as a co-founder of the successful music streaming service simfy, has been responsible for the platform architecture and product development. Within his work at Homeday, he is also responsible for the Development and Technology departments.
After her studies of Macroeconomics at the University of St. Gallen and Public Administration at the Harvard Kennedy School, Friederike Hesse worked as a strategic consultant. Her latest task was a leading function in human resources at a service enterprise. At Homeday she is responsible for the section Operations.