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HomeFunding CA-based Honey Homes Secures $9.25Million in Series A-1 Round Funding

[Funding News] CA-based Honey Homes Secures $9.25Million in Series A-1 Round Funding

Honey Homes , a membership service delivering complete home upkeep and maintenance secures $9.25million in series A-1 round funding.

Honey Homes , a membership service delivering complete home upkeep and maintenance secures $9.25million in series A-1 round funding.

Era Ventures led the round, with participation from Khosla Ventures and Pear VC, two prior investors. In 2024, the firm plans to develop new service options and use the additional funds to expand throughout Texas and California.

Honey Homes is a membership service that offers full house maintenance and upkeep, and it is run by CEO Vishwas Prabhakara. A committed handyperson who becomes a partner for all of the members’ household requirements is matched with them.

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The smartphone app, a concierge hub where members can make appointments, get advice from an experienced team, and manage ongoing home upgrades, handles preventative duties. Since its founding in 2021, Honey Homes has helped over 1,000 members in the Dallas, Los Angeles, and San Francisco Bay Area with over 60,000 household tasks.

About Honey Homes

In 2021, Honey Homes was established following a number of unsatisfactory encounters with remodelling and housekeeping. They had had enough of the time spent on it, the bad quality, the lengthy delays, the unreliable suppliers, and even the pilfering of deposits for unfinished work. Upon seeing the extensive list of preventive home maintenance tasks, many of which we were unaware we needed to perform, they felt powerless.

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