Online platform for long-term rental housing Rentberry raised $2.8 million in the second round of funding. Thus, the total amount of attracted capital in a startup founded by Ukrainians is $4 million.

This publication reports the AIN.

The round was led by the company Zing Capital and supported Nelson Brothers Property Management, Hopewell Development, 808 Ventures, Beachwood Ventures, Jade and other Value. Only round, according to co-founder and CPO of the company Lily Ostapchuk, was attended by investors from 11 countries and 19 U.S. States.

According to the newspaper, Rentberry plans to spend the money on the development of new features, including the establishment of risk assessment system to potential tenants and homeowners, as well as innovative search algorithm of apartments based on the Blockchain and AI. The startup also intends to go beyond the US market and make the platform available to users around the world.

Founded a startup Ukrainians Alexei lubinsky, Liliya astapchuk and Arsen Kostenko in 2015. The founders themselves live in San Francisco, however, a startup has employees in Kiev. Today, the company employs 23 people.

Rentberry designed to simplify long-term rental housing in the United States, as all processes – inspection of the apartment, signing contracts and monthly payments happen online.



Ukrainian startup Rentberry raised $2.8 million investment 03.10.2017

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