David Eraker Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel

  • Investments
  • 1

  • Portfolio
  • 1

David Eraker General Information


Mr. David Eraker is a Co-Founder and serves as Chief Executive Officer at Surefield. He also is an Angel Investor. He is also the Co-Founder of the company. David is a serial entrepreneur, interested in the intersection of economics and applied technology. He co-founded Redfin. Prior to Surefield, he was a consultant at Microsoft Research working on free-viewpoint video commercialization efforts. Additionally, he founded and ran Mindsite, a consumer Internet and telemedicine offering focused on the mental health market. As the founder and CEO of Redfin, he led product development efforts for a new web-based form of map search, developed a salaried model for residential real estate agents, and served on the board of directors through multiple rounds of venture capital. He holds a BS in Biochemistry from the University of Washington.

Contact Information

Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • 3100 Airport Way South
  • Suite 21
  • Seattle, WA 98134
  • United States
+1 (206) 000-0000

David Eraker Investments (1)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
000000000 01-Jun-2013 00000 (00000 00000 Real Estate Services (B2C) Generating Revenue 00000 000000
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David Eraker Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
David Eraker Angel Investor 0 Seattle, WA
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