Here’s a list of today’s tech funding stories, updated as the day unfolds. Tip us here if you have a deal to share.

Home-selling startup Opendoor takes $20M

San Francisco startup Opendoor is pushing a killer idea: using the Internet to sell your home in a jiffy. No wonder investors can’t help but keep pouring their money into the startup.

Today Opendoor is announcing a $20 million round of funding, just seven months after announcing a $10 million round. The startup is off to a strong start in its first market, Phoenix.

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Citymaps picks up $6M as it creates a new way to love maps

Today, New York City-based Citymaps is announcing it has nabbed $6 million — and is releasing version 2.0 — so it can continue creating a new way to love maps.

The new series A1 funding was raised from Coatue Management, Nokia Growth Partners, Acadia Woods LLC, and existing investors. It brings the total raised by the company to $11 million, and will be used to support hiring, development of a web product to complement the existing mobile apps, and creation of an infrastructure for monetization.

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Narvalous launches Chrono Wars and raises $2.3M in funding

Silicon Valley online game publisher Narvalous has raised $2.3 million in angel funding, and it has launched its Western open beta for the online game Chrono Wars: Light of Darkness.

The angel funding will help Palo Alto, California-based Narvalous launch its action-oriented massively multiplayer online (MMO) fantasy game.

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