The Series C funding round will help the San Francisco startup with its in-progress online service for connecting renters to landlords.
- Rental property platform plans on using $46 million in Series C funding to build an end-to-end platform for renting apartments and single-family homes.
- The company will hire up to 50 new staff to build out new products.
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