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Use this site to rate your landlord

Two Temple students created Whose Your Landlord (the incorrect grammar in the site name is intentional) to give power back to renters and hold landlords accountable.

Rowhomes in Fishtown. Photo by phillytrax on Flickr.

Landlord beef? Here’s your answer.

Two Temple students created Whose Your Landlord (the incorrect grammar in the site name is intentional) to give power back to renters and hold landlords accountable.

Rate your landlord here.

“Often, when we enter into a lease agreement, we as the customer relinquish all our power to the landlord,” the site’s About page reads. “It is time for that to change.”

The site is run by Nik Korablin and Ofo Ezeugwu, who graduated last April. They plan to monetize with advertising and are considering other revenue streams, Korablin said

Companies: Temple University

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