Yopa raises £20m to fund expansion

Left to right: Andrew Barclay, David Jacobs, Daniel Attia and Alistair Barclay

Online estate agent Yopa has raised a £20m to fund a nationwide expansion in agents and technology enhancements.

The funds came from existing investors including dmg ventures, the venture capital arm of Daily Mail & General Trust, and Grosvenor Hill Ventures, the investment arm of Savills. This brings Yopa’s total equity funding to over £75m since it launched its hybrid model in January 2016 following three earlier investment rounds that included the latest backers in addition to LSL Property Services, which continues to be a significant investor.

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