Mortgage platform LoanKuber raises $2 million led by Inflection Point Ventures

- Funds raised are part of an ongoing Series A round - LoanKuber enables mortgage lending for low-income households to help them on the path of financial well-being -IPV has earlier invested in LoanKuber in the Pre-Series A round - IPV has so far invested over Rs. 550 Cr across 140+ deals


Fintech Company LoanKuber, a digital mortgage platform for Micro-SMEs, has raised $2 million as part of its ongoing Series A round led by Inflection Point Ventures.  The round also saw participation from Accolade Holdings, LetsVenture, Family offices, and Marquee Angel Investors including Prashant Tandon (Founder 1Mg ). Pankaj Vermani (Founder, Clovia), and PE Veteran Vishal Gupta (TA Associates) The funds will be used to rapidly scale AUM, improve the existing technology stack as well as to build and expand the team.

LoanKuber is founded by Saurabh Nagpal, an alumnus of IIT Delhi and New York University, who was earlier part of the founding team of Lehman Brothers/ Nomura in India. LoanKuber provides customized mortgage loans to underserved MSMEs and is amongst the rare startups to achieve profitability early on in their journey.

The mortgage financing gap for MSMEs in India is estimated to be $300 billion and LoanKuber is one of the very few lenders today specifically addressing this huge opportunity which requires deep expertise and focus.

Mitesh Shah, Co-founder, Inflection Point Ventures says, “Over last year, LoanKuber has successfully built an extremely capital efficient and profitable business. We’re deeply impressed by the LoanKuber Team and their meticulous execution. We have invested in the Company from their Pre Series A stage and continue to back their vision as they grow at a healthy rate and address a huge financing gap which exists today in the Indian MSME sector.”


Loankuber has built an automated institutional co-lending platform for micro-mortgages allowing for competitive pricing to the end customer while generating significantly  higher yields on its  own NBFC balance sheet.  The company has created hybrid acquisition channels that include a digital connector platform, lead generation platform, and low-cost branches reducing customer acquisition costs by 30%.

A strong focus on unit metrics/capital efficiency and frugal operations has helped LoanKuber build a profitable business from inception. The company aims to build an AUM of Rs 200 crores in the next 15 months as part of its expansion plan.

Saurabh Nagpal, CEO, LoanKuber says, “The funds will be used to further fuel our mission of offering innovative and affordable mortgage solutions to micro-SMEs and the next half billion Indians. The current fundraising will help us further invest in the team, technology, and operations to fulfill our mission.  We are not just building a mortgage lending business; we are also transforming the lives of the Next 500 million people by unlocking the economic value of semi-urban and rural properties with our mortgage solutions.”