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RENTMOOLA ANNOUNCES API PARTNERSHIP WITH NABORLY AMID TRANSITION TO PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PLATFORM


Toronto-based Naborly has announced a multi-year API and data partnership with Vancouver-based RentMoola, which is working to transition to a property management platform.

Naborly, which provides a residential tenant screening for landlords and automates administrative tasks, developed a custom API for RentMoola, which allows landlords and tenants to collect and make payments.

Through the API, RentMoola can provide a plug-and-play credit data system that manages credit, customer data, fair housing compliance, and high-grade data security infrastructure. The API will allow RentMoola to focus on its core competency of coordinating rental payments and tenant rewards.

“When you look at the most successful tech companies, you realize that focus and playing to your strengths is a critical factor for success. Our partnership with Naborly is a testament to both our companies’ ability to see the value that comes from working with others in order to maintain that focus,” said RentMoola co-founder and COO Philipp Postrohovsky. “Naborly’s technology is the clear leader in next-gen tenant screening.” FULL ARTICLE

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