Roc Nation's Arrive unit participated in a debt and equity round that boosted the home rental-to-mortgage service provider's total financing to $182m.
Landis Technologies, the US-based operator of a rent-to-buy model for homes, completed a $165m series A debt and equity round yesterday featuring entertainment management agency Roc Nation’s venture capital arm, Arrive. Venture capital firm Sequoia Capital led the round, which was also backed by actor Will Smith’s investment vehicle, Dreamers VC, in addition to VC…
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