DURHAM – HomeCloud continues to bring in new investors as it seeks to grow its software offerings that provide a certified, digital record of a home’s condition to enable homeowners to more effectively maintain their home.

According to an SEC filing, HomeCloud has landed $4.24 million in new cash from 26 investors.

The filing was made Friday, Sept. 15.

The company, which says it is “The Home Inspection Alternative,” was founded and is led by entrepreneur George Kirkland.

“We take the intelligence of a home inspector, and put it into an app,” Kirkland told WRAL TechWire in a 2022 interview.

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