Landlords generally hold all the cards when negotiating a new rental agreement. In a tough real estate market, eager renters often don’t know that they’ve made the wrong choice until it’s too late.
Social advocacy group Rentlogic aims to hold landlords accountable by providing prospective tenants with the Landlord Watchlist, a tool that renters can use to check the building they’re looking at against the number of audits and violations it’s received — giving renters the information they need to make the decision that’s right for them
By providing Rentlogic with a constant feed of data pertaining to 311 requests, rental violations, and other metrics that show the true nature of a property, ThinkData was able to help streamline the information that powers their site, ultimately leading to better service for their users.
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