Zippy, a cross between a proptech and fintech company that provides providing loans to consumers who want to buy manufactured housing, announced it had hit $26 million in aggregate funding after multiple rounds. The company told that it was not disclosing specific amounts for each round, so there is no way to gauge the financial importance of any given round and the potential influence of the investors on the company.

Zippy, which calls itself a “community-focused chattel lender” because chattel mortgages are for the purchase of movable property, said it had recently “raised additional investment from Brand Foundry and repeat investors to drive further scalability and fuel the growing demand for manufactured home loans.”

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