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VeryApt gets featured in Forbes

The StartUp PHL-backed company has raised a total of $1.15 million, according to the story.

Team VeryApt. Second from left is cofounder Ashrit Kamireddi and next to him is cofounder Scott Bierbryer.

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VeryApt, the Wharton MBA-founded startup with backing from Josh Kopelman’s StartUp PHL angel fund, got the Forbes treatment last week.
From the story, here’s an update on how the online apartment guide is doing:

The company currently has 10,000 properties in their system and expects to double that by the end of the year. The site started in Philadelphia, and moved out to five cities last year. This year, their goal is to both broaden and deepen their offerings by adding more cities quickly, but also by becoming more robust in the Philadelphia and DC markets where they have their strongest toeholds.

The company, based out of coworking space Industrious, has raised a total of $1.15 million. In January, we reported that the company had raised $735,000 from Philly Startup Leaders President Brock Weatherup, NYC-based Great Oaks Venture Capital and San Francisco-based Equipo Ventures.

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