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This Northern Virginia-based startup launched an app for rental businesses

Founded in 2017, BaseRent this month launched a digital platform to help landlords manage their properties from vacancy to move out.

Alexandria, Va.-based BaseRent launched a digital platform for small rental businesses. With the same name, BaseRent’s web-based app is designed to help landlords manage their properties from vacancy to move out.

The startup was founded in 2017 by Corey and Elizabeth Losinski. Corey brings real estate experience to BaseRent, while Elizabeth is a business development professional.

“It’s time landlords and long-term rental businesses catch up with the demands of consumers and take advantage of modern technology,” Corey Losinski said in a press release. “Today’s landlords owe it to their tenants and to their small rental business to adapt practices that will cut time, money and headaches. That’s why we created BaseRent.”

BaseRent is meant to be an easy-to-use mobile app for landlords to post rental vacancies, screen applications, conduct background checks and track maintenance tasks associated with rentals. Eventually, the startup wants to scale the app to become one digital rental application in order to eliminate the paper management process.

The app hit the market on June 1 with features that allow landlords to complete five main components of onboarding new tenants, the press release states.

Here’s a few images of the BaseRent app:

The BaseRent app dashboard. (Courtesy photo)


The BaseRent app rental application. (Courtesy photo)


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