Thailand-based real estate marketplace Hipflat has reportedly closed an undisclosed investment from Aucfan.
Other commitments to the round came from firms including 500 Startups, according to an article by e27.
Hipflat is a real estate marketplace which has more than 200,000 property listings. The platform allows users to buy, rent and sell their property or land, with a range of locations across the country.
This capital injection will allow the company to launch new products to help keep the market transparent, it said.
Japan-based Aucfan is an e-commerce price data comparison platform for China, America and Japan, with the platform helping to provide consumers and businesses of product prices globally.
This round of funding follows the company raised $335,000 in a Series A funding round in 2013, according to a previous e27 article.
Last month Thailand-based payments solution platform Omise received an undisclosed round of funding, months following its $25m ICO close. Also during the month Thai portfolio management platform FINNOMENA nabbed $3.2m in a Series A.
Earlier this week, LendingHome secured $57m in its Series C-2 round, alongside the launch of a $400m fund. While, London-based retail space online marketplace bagged an investment from Fifth Wall to support US expansion.
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