Levanda, a short-term rental platform for owners and property managers, has more than doubled its attracted investment so far with a $5 million round.
The U.K.-based company, formed in 2014, has secured the investment from real estate private equity backer Henley.
The idea behind the company is to connect institutional real estate portfolio brokers with homestay and sharing economy-type services, such as Airbnb.
Hospitality companies and property managers are using it to aggregate inventory for onward distribution, both on domestic and international intermediaries.
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