Landing, a membership-based flexible leasing startup, has announced a $100 million funding round and continue expanding into more markets.
Landing offers a quick and easy way to rent a space, which has been useful during the last year, with consumers looking to move as soon as possible due to various uncertainties. Because of its recent success, the startup has been able to expand into new markets, leasing to members in 75 U.S. countries in more than 10,000 apartments.
Bill Smith, CEO and Founder of Landing, said in a statement:
“The demand for more dynamic living experiences will continue to grow as work becomes more flexible and people have more freedom to work remotely. With this new funding and the support of our incredible venture partners, Landing will continue to lead the industry into the future of living — one that we believe is a simple, seamless experience that empowers people with freedom and flexibility.”
Landing isn’t the only company to come to this conclusion. In India, NCOME, an escrow-as-a-service startup, also raised $490,000 in a pre-seed funding round at the end of December. Back in the States, Knock has been spending the last year expanding into new markets with its own service and raising money to support its lease-back service as well as it’s Knock Home Swap product.