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I am new to this website and forum. I just graduated from college and am working on a start-up idea that I started in college during one of my business classes. My partner and I have focused our attention on the real estate rental market as an area of business where technology could improve the process and flow of current operations. Within the real estate rental market we have identified tenant placement as an operation that has not always been well received and could be improved
with technology.
As students we were tired of the rental process and thought it was highly inefficient, so we are attempting to fix that with would be like an eHarmony of the rental real estate world. We have databases of tenants and landlords and match the needs of both parties to create a qualified match.
You are professionals in this industry and we would love nothing more than a couple seconds of your time to help us validate this idea. All thoughts and insights are appreciated. You can see the initial info page at
Thank you all so so much for your time and consideration!!
 (Also if you have any real estate related ideas that could improve your efficiency at work we are happy to hear them as we are young computer programers and entrepreneurs ready for creation! Email us at

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Sorry TyTy.  But your site looks like spam.  There is absolutely no information listed there before someone signs up and surrenders their email to you.  You don't explain what you do or how.  You don't explain any processes to screen these tenants for suitability.  You have no explanation of the databases or how you match these together.   How large are these databases, what areas do you cover, etc?   There are no facts there.  If it is for real, you need to do a much better job of explaining this site.  Additionally, you probably need to check your state laws.  Many states require you to be a Realtor or licensed property manager to place tenants in rentals.  Some states have large fines for violating these laws.
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