An app aiming to “encourage accountability” within the rental property market just been released by a Leicester startup.
It is the brainchild of Alicia Porter, who started the company after a problem renting a property herself, which she describes as a “stressful” and “nasty” experience.
“It caused a lot of ongoing issues and we weren’t supported at all from the agent either which was tough and left a bitter taste.”
“It turns out there are many stories like this, some more severe but mostly just a lack of somewhere that encourages accountability and an open, honest forum.”
The entrepreneur says she aims to provide a platform where not only tenants can be heard and respected but also where issue resolution is placed at the forefront.
LetIN received an initial pre-seed investment for £55k from Bethnal Green Ventures.