Lofti, a London, UK-based property management platform for tenants, homeowners and landlords, raised $1.5m in seed funding.
Taiwanese family office fund WoodJC made the investment.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its services across the UK, further grow its team and develop its community hub.
Founded by Andreas Gkerazis in 2020, Lofti is a cloud-based property management platform for tenants, homeowners and landlords available on iOS, Android (coming soon) and a dedicated desktop web app. The company provides a cloud-based document management and communication platform to improve transparency and interactions between landlords and tenants, an on-demand fixed price booking system for vetted contractors, data analytics to predict potential maintenance issues, and a community hub to enable different groups such as landlords to share advice, provide support or exchange services.
The platform is currently available as an iOS and web app, with the Android app set to launch soon.