Homee, a Tampa-based technology company, has raised $4.57 million from investors.
The latest investment, disclosed in a July 15 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, was an insider strategic round, said Doug Schaedler, co-founder and CEO of Homee, an on-demand home services platform that provides homeowners and property managers with instant access to thousands of qualified home service providers.
All of Homee’s strategic investors participated in the round, including State Farm, Liberty Mutual, Ferguson Ventures and The Hartford. Florida Funders in Tampa also participated as did existing investors Activate Capital Partners and Forte Ventures, Schaedler said.
Homee has raised $34.5 million since inception, he said.
The new capital will fund continued national expansion with Homee’s strategic partners who utilize the company’s software and services.
“It came together very quickly in just two weeks given recent very large growth opportunities with our strategic partners,” Schaedler said.
Homee is currently in 35 states and more than 100 metro areas.