OneDome has announced that it has raised additional funding in a Series A round, as it claims its stake in between several competitors as it works to become one of the biggest portals in the industry.
Raising £5 million, it brings the total amount to £13 million in funding since it launched four years ago.
OneDome has been fortunate when it comes to backers, with such names as Lord Rothschild, the Rueben Brothers, Clark Winslow, and Sir Nigel Knowles, funneling funding into the startup.
The funding will be used on an e-Homebuyer system to allow transactions to be made in just four weeks. The funding will also go towards increasing marketing and consumer awareness.
OneDome CEO, Babek Ismayil, said:
“The home buying process has had little impact from technology and innovation, which has transformed our experiences in other areas of our life from shopping to food ordering. While home buying is naturally a more complex process, it can still be dramatically improved and optimized.”
OneDome is different than Rightmove and Zoopla as it focuses on the whole process and offers every step through its one platform.