apartment search

  • Zumper raises a $17.6M Series B to expand beyond apartment searches

    Zumper raises a $17.6M Series B to expand beyond apartment searches

    Zumper, the online apartment search platform, has raised $17.6M in Series B funding. This brings total funding to date to $39.2M. While the company declined to discuss valuation, TechCrunch has learned that it’s just north of $100M post-money. The round was led by Jim Breyer’s firm Breyer Capital and Foxhaven Asset Management, and included follow-up funding from existing… Read More

  • RoomHunt Wants To Become The Kayak And Match.com Of Rental Sites

    RoomHunt Wants To Become The Kayak And Match.com Of Rental Sites

    RoomHunt, which is launching today, wants to become the go-to aggregator for rental listings, starting with the competitive San Francisco market. The Web has changed how we search for long-term rentals, and companies like Zillow, Trulia and Zumper all want to become the destination sites for potential renters and landlords in the cities they cover. With the exception of a few services… Read More

  • Nestio Raises $750,000 To Make Apartment Searches Suck Less

    Nestio, a startup that aims to calm and organize the frantic process of searching for an apartment, announced today that it has closed a $750,000 seed funding round. The round was led by Quotidian Ventures, with contributions from a number of angel investors, including Joanne Wilson, Rick Webb, Josh Auerbach, and David Tisch. Read More