Keyper, a digital real estate investment management platform based in the UAE, has raised USD 6.5 million in a seed funding round. Access Bridge and Vivium Holdings led the investment, with participation from notable entities like MEVP, tech investor Jabbar Internet Group, key figures in the real estate sector, and a select group of strategic angel investors, as per a few media reports.
The capital infusion will be employed to ramp up the expansion and enhancement of Keyper’s rent facilitation and property management offerings. The platform’s objective is to provide a transparent, data-driven and seamless real estate experience for all stakeholders involved, it said in a statement.
Keyper, established in 2022 by founders Omar Abu Innab and Walid Shihabi, operates as a property management platform with various capabilities. It empowers tenants to monitor expenses, provides investors with access to real estate portfolios.
Since its inception, it has onboarded more than 2,100 freehold residential units valued at over USD 1.22 billion and has garnered the trust of 800 landlords, the company claims.