Homie, a property marketplace, has reportedly scored $23m in a funding round as it looks to expand its presence across the US.
The startup, which currently support Arizona and Utah, is looking to move into several US states this year including Nevada, Texas, Colorado, Idaho, Washington and Tennessee, according to various reports in the media.
Consumers can use Homie to find properties of varying styles in the US. Sellers are charged a flat fee of $1,500 and get access to a team of agents, while buyers can receive a refund of up to $5,000 for closing agents.
To further streamline the buying process, users can use Homie to receive a loan, with the entire process being completed online. The service also supports the refinancing of mortgages.
Earlier in the week, fellow online property marketplace HouseCanary also closed a funding round, bagging $65m from Morpheus Ventures, Alpha Edison and PSP Growth.
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