Term Sheet — Tuesday, November 13

Nested, a London-based real estate agent using data to time home sales, raised 120 million pounds ($129 million) in funding. Northzone and Balderton Capital were among the investors.

Harpoon Therapeutics Inc, a South San Francisco-based clinical-stage immunotherapy company, raised $70 million in Series C funding. OrbiMed led the round, and was joined by investors including Cormorant, Ridgeback Capital Investments, Lilly Asia Ventures, NS Investment, MPM Capital, Oncology Impact Fund, Arix Bioscience, New Leaf Venture Partners, and Taiho Ventures LLC.

Clearbanc, a Toronto-based firm that invests in entrepreneurs, raised $70 million in fundings.  Investors included Emergence Capital, Social Capital, CoVenture, Founders Fund, 8VC, iNovia Capital, Real Ventures, Portag3, Precursor, WTI, Berggruen, and FJ Labs.

Spin Memory, a Fremont, Cal.-based MRAM developer, raised $52 million in Series B funding. Applied Ventures led the round.

Framer, an Amsterdam-based maker of an interactive design platform, raised $24 million in Series B funding. Atomico led the round.

4iQ, a Los Altos, Calif. and Madrid-based cybersecurity firm, raised $18 million in funding. C5 Capital Limited led the round.

AEGEA Medical Inc, a Menlo Park, Calif.-based medical device company, raised $17 million in funding. Solas BioVentures led the round.

Flyability, a Lausanne, Switzerland-based maker of collision-tolerant aerial inspection drones, raised  $11 million in Series B funding.

Simple Habit, a San Francisco-based stress relief app, raised $10 million in Series A funding. Foundation Capital led the round.

SmartRent, a Phoenix, Ariz.-based smart home company, raised $5 million in funding. Real Estate Technology Ventures led the round.

Portal,  an ad-free video and audio sharing platform, raised $4.2 million in seed funding. Mark Cuban, Day One Ventures, and Social Starts are among the investors.

Looxid Labs, a Seoul, South Korea-based startup tracking emotions using brainwaves and eye movement, raised $4 million in Series A funding. Hastings Asset Management, Daesung Private Equity, Sejong Venture Partners, and Samsung Venture investment were the lead investors.

Checkmate, a New York City-based platform that integrates multiple online ordering services into POS systems for restaurants as nations, raised $3 million in Series A funding. Tiger Global Management led the round.

Guardian Optical Technologies, a Tel Aviv-based tech startup, raised $2.5 million in funding. Investors included Union Ventures and B&E Equities.

•  WeRecover, a Santa Monica-based online booking engine for addiction recovery centers, raised another $2M in seed funding. Crosslink Capital led the round.

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