Shares of Redfin Corp. /zigman2/quotes/203726414/composite RDFN -7.14% slumped 5% in morning trading Monday, after the real estate brokerage services company announced a $110 million equity investment by Durable Capital Partners L.P. at a discount. The investment includes selling $70 million worth of common stock at $15.61, or 3% below Friday's closing price of $16.09, and $40 million worth of convertible preferred stock that pays an annual dividend of 5.5%. The stock has lost 43.5% over the past month, while the S&P 500 /zigman2/quotes/210599714/realtime SPX -1.12% declined 13.4%. "Durable's Henry Ellenbogen has been leading investments in Redfin since 2013, when we were a private company and the market was recovering from the great financial crisis," said Redfin Chief Executive Glenn Kelman. "In chaotic times, he understands our long-term commitments to our culture and our technology, and why those commitments position us to take share in a housing market that is being transformed by this pandemic to be more virtual, convenient and efficient."