Chinese property portal Zhuge.com has completed a 100 million RMB ($14 million U.S.) series C1 funding round, according to reporting on Kr-Asia.com. Investment company Zero2IPO and online marketing company BeiZeng Group led the round, while earlier investors Sequoia Capital China and Fosun RZ Capital also participated.

Founded in 2016, Zhuge.com has more than 80 million users in 668 cities across China. It has more than 200,000 agent users. According to a May 2018 report by Analysys.cn, Zhuge.com ranks fourth among property sites in China, in terms of total users.

In 2018 the company secured partnerships with furniture and home electronics rental provider EnjoyRental.com and overseas property listings site Uoolu.com. In August, the site announced it would be merging its brand with China’s largest home decoration services provider Jia.com. The agreement is being touted as linking home purchasing and renting with aftersales home decoration, in a single user ecosystem.

Founded in 2015, Zhuge pulled in a series B funding round worth 150 million RMB ($22.6 million U.S.) in July 2018. The round was led by American venture capital luminary Sequoia Capital. Existing investors Fosun RZ CapitalMaintrend Capital, Aqua Ventures, Suben Investment, and Shanghai Resource Property Consulting also participated in the round.

The Beijing-based company has raised a total of nearly 300 million RMB ($45.3 million U.S.) in just two years. It raised 10 million RMB ($1.5 million U.S.) in June 2016 and completed a 30 million RMB ($4.5 million U.S.) Pre-A round, led by Fosun Kinzon Capital, four months later. In March 2017, the company obtained 50 million RMB in series A funding from Maintrend Capital.

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