Supported by BMW MINI and Urban.Us, Urban Technology Fund for Startup, Urban-X held the fourth group demonstration day from the company at the Brooklyn Headquarters. 7 presenter companies We propose solutions to problems faced by contemporary cities, including pricing, energy and construction management, even inefficiencies of modern cycling helmets.
On the day we provided an impressive demonstration of entrepreneurial talent, there are some of the companies that actually marked us:
Rentlogic creates an objective algorithmic letter evaluation of the apartment using long-time city government data, with the aim of improving the transparency of home owners. CEO Yale Fox said that residents of the city spend half of their salary on rent, but in urban houses the same scoring system is used to decide where to eat, which cars to buy, what to see It is not seen. Rentlogic allows you to filter buildings before the apartment hunter signs the lease and avoid engaging the owner of unsanitary conditions and absences.
Rentlogic has partnered with homeowners seeking quality assurance of potential tenants and provides additional inspection functions to suspend letters outside the building. The company's customer list includes Blackstone and Phipps Houses, the world's largest nonprofit for profit for profit.
Rentlogic stands out is the ability to evolve. Currently it is only in New York,The same data used in New York is likely to be in all major US markets and Rentlogic minimizes admission costs to new cities by developing the core infrastructure necessary for data capture and analysis I kept it. From a demand perspective, the lessee maintains the same offer while the lessee is turning to Rentlogic for quality assurance and more competitors hold the "A" rating outside the building To cope with even greater pressure you have to deal with.
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