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HomeMe app raises $3.2 million in seed round financing

Silicon Valley venture firm Menlo Ventures, which has invested in the likes of Uber, Tumblr and Dropcam, led the funding round and says it was impressed with the way the app reinvented the apartment rental experience.
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